Kaisha Brezina (BA) is the Global Opportunities Coordinator in the Office of Global Activities. Her tasks include advising students interested in participating in Global Independent Study opportunities and working with visiting scholars. Kaisha is an alumna of the University of Michigan, where she studied Psychology and International Studies. Due to her interest in global education and service learning abroad Kaisha studied in India, Argentina, and Iceland during her undergraduate career. Now, working within the Office of Global Activities Kaisha hopes to bring her passion and drive to help both visiting scholars and Global Independent Study students feel comfortable and at hoMe while abroad.
Shih-Ya is a Taiwanese graduate student with a practice method in Community Organization and area in Community and Social System at the U-M School of Social Work. Shih-Ya is an International Student Assistant for OGA, whose mission is to support international students in study and relationship building. Having lived in different countries and worked with people from various places, Shih-Ya enjoys diversity and multicultural environments. Her international status and cross-cultural experience help her understand and find commongrounds among different perspectives. Her goal is to develop programs that bridge gaps between the majority and minority groups around the world.
Tahrima Khanom is a graduate student with a practice method in Management of Human Services and practice area in Community and Social Systems in the School of Social Work. Tahrima is a Coverdell Fellow and served in Uganda as a Literacy Specialist, where she discovered her passion for community development. As a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Tahrima assists OGA with student programs, event coordination and advising specifically related to Peace Corps.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106