spxce staff

SPXCE Team

La-Tarri Canty
Associate Dean for Intercultural Engagement

Pronouns: she, her, hers
lcanty@mit.edu | 617-253-6189

LBGTQ+ Services Staff

Lauryn McNair
Assistant Director, Intercultural Engagement, LBGTQ+ Services

Pronouns: she, her, hers and they, them, theirs
lmcnair@mit.edu | 617-253-1612

Multicultural Programs Staff

Nina DeAgrela, M.Ed.
Assistant Dean, Intercultural Engagement, Multicultural Programs

Pronouns: she, her, hers
tonina@mit.edu | 617-253-0225

Dr. Alma Jam
Assistant Director, Intercultural Engagement, Multicultural Programs

Pronouns: she, her, hers
almajam@mit.edu

Meet the SPXCE Graduate Assistant Team!

Contact the GA's by visiting the OMP or LBGTQ+ Services websites!


SPXCE GA team

SPXCE GA team bios


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Imani Price, she/her – OMP GA for the BSU - is a second-year graduate student studying Higher Education Student Affairs at Salem State University and her Master’s program focuses on social justice within higher education.
 
Josh Beckett, he/him – LBGTQ+ Practicum GA - is in his second year of his Master’s in Higher Education in Student Affairs at Salem State University. he is originally from Warren, ME, where he enjoys playing with his cat and singing.

Maihnia Lee, she/her – OMP GA for AAPI students/orgs - will be the GA for AAPI Student Clubs, where she will be engaging with student cultural clubs to organize events, provide resources, and foster a sense of belonging for students.

Nina Foushee, she/her – LBGTQ+ GA - is a first-year clinical social work student at Boston College.  She holds a B.A. in history from Stanford University and has spent the past decade living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Robert Hines, he/him – LBGTQ+ GA/OMP Practicum GA - is a second-year graduate student at Salem State University studying Higher Education Student Affairs. He obtained his B.S. in Business Management from UMass Dartmouth.
 
Sidney Irias, she/her – OMP GA for the LCC - is pursuing her master's degree in Clinical Social Work at Boston College. As a first-generation Honduran-American, Sidney has been passionate about working with historically oppressed youth in the education system.