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Peer Mentors

Otis College Peer Mentors

Otis College of Art and Design student leaders are devoted to enriching students’ experiences on campus by providing them with a network of support and guidance, developing interactive programming, and fostering a friendly and diverse community that is built on respect.

Peer Mentors are committed to enhancing the student development of first-year students and encouraging their successful transition to Otis College. Peer Mentors create opportunities for new students to make connections with their peers and their community through interactive events and programming. Peer Mentors also aim to support their mentees by meeting with them one and one throughout their first year, guiding and motivating them, informing them about Otis College resources, and reminding them to take advantage of special opportunities for first year students, such as our Take FLIGHT program. Peer mentors are committed to creating a community of connected, engaged, and thriving students. 

 


Ayden Cammarn

Áine Schimmelman

  • Pronouns: 
  • Major: Game and Entertainment Design
  • Status: Sophomore
  • Otis Email Address: acammarn@student.otis.edu
  • My life theme song would be Sunflower by Post Malone.

Elora Becker

Bowen Friddle

  • Pronouns: 
  • Major: Communication Arts
  • Status: Junior
  • Otis Email Address: ebecker@student.otis.edu
  • My life theme song would be Running Up That Hill by Kate Bush.

Heather Yun

Emelie Gardanier 

  • Pronouns: 
  • Major: Game and Entertainment
  • Status: Junior
  • Otis Email Address: hyun@student.otis.edu
  • My life theme song would be Blessing Chord by Roselia.

Jonae' Hooks

Patrick Henderson Jr.

  • Pronouns: 
  • Major: Product Design 
  • Status: Sophomore 
  • Otis Email Address: jhooks@student.otis.edu
  • My life theme song would be Dance Tonight by Lucy Pearl.

Patrick Henderson

Suni Mullen

  • Pronouns: 
  • Major: Animation 
  • Status: Senior
  • Otis Email Address: phenderson@student.otis.edu
  • My life theme song would be My Day by Tarrus Riley.

 


For further information on how to get involved, contact Liz Soto lsoto@otis.edu, or call (424) 207-3726

FOR FIRST YEAR STUDENTS: You can select your peer mentor through your Orientation Course on the Nest (OWL Student Life).