The Student Government Diversity Outreach Department is a dedicated group of students who advocate for underrepresented students on campus. We support the Trans-Inclusive and Mental Health syllabi clauses, are advocating for online diversity competency training for incoming students, and are working towards making campus more accessible.
Meet the Co-Directors
Sam Chan | she/her/hers
I’m Sam Chan, and I’m a third year student studying political science and business administration. My pronouns are she, her, and hers. I am excited to be serving as one of the Department of Diversity Outreach Co-Directors this year. Some of the goals I have for the Diversity Outreach Department include supporting first generation college students and international students, housing inclusivity for LGBTQ+ students, and campus accessibility for all. I also plan on going to student organizations and talking with them about how Student Government can advocate and support them. If you’re interested in learning more or want to talk, please reach out via email! I’m happy to set up a meeting with you and talk.
Shelsey Hall | she/her/hers
A native of Raleigh, NC, Shelsey Hall is a senior double majoring in Philosophy and Political Science with a concentration in Law and Justice. In this role, Shelsey hopes to change the campus culture to one that champions an environment of inclusion and equity, well incorporating an understanding of intersectionality and an acknowledgment of privilege. She hope to act as an advocate, an ally, and most importantly an accomplice. Thus, her goal is to create spaces in which all members of the NC State community feel their voices can be heard.