CROSS CANYONS / BRAGDON
Hi! I'm Andrew Williamson. Hailing from the Philadelphia area originally, I attended American University and West Chester University graduating with my BA in Psychology. A few years later, I headed west to earn my master's degree in School Counseling from Gonzaga University.
From the time I began college until the present, I've worked in helping professions. I have a background supporting both children and adults with Autism as well as experience as a school counselor. In making the jump to higher education, I am excited to help students in their growth as learners, leaders, and the next generation of global citizens.
Aside from all that, you will often find me on a hike, a jog through campus, in the fitness center, or on the golf course. Additionally, you will hear me fawn over my cat Putt Putt, see me reading on my patio, or out and about in Portland checking out live music, restaurants, and bars.
If you're still reading this, I want you to know I'm here for you. If you need help with anything from academics to peer conflicts, it would be a privilege to support you. Part of my position is to help students get connected with the right resources so if I'm not the precise person for a situation, I will get you the support you need. And if you see me on campus, feel free to say hello! I love getting to know Reed students and staff and the amazing things they are doing on campus each day.
I’m Sarahina Borgia, you can also call me Sam (They/Them/Theirs). I am a born and raised Floridian and I also attended undergrad in Sarasota Florida (A wonderfully, beautiful little beach town) at Ringling College of Art and Design where I obtained a BFA in Motion Design. While at Ringling I was heavily involved in Student/Residence Life, which ultimately lead me to pursue a professional career in higher education. Post-graduation (2017) I moved out to Nacogdoches, Texas for a Hall Director position with Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA) overseeing various communities. I lived/worked there for three years while obtaining my MA in Student Affairs and Higher education and working in SFA's Office of Multicultural Affairs conducting programming and community education, focused on the queer community.
My passion areas are student support, engagement, and development. I enjoy helping students find and develop their voices; giving them the tools to use those voices to navigate the world and the challenges they might face during and post-college.
When I'm not on campus I'm probably out vintage shoping with my partner all over portland, hiking around the PNW with my partner and pup, finding the next concert to attend and mosh out to, or the exact opposite of chilling on the couch to netflix/movies.
I look forward to engaging with you all, please feel free to reach out or flag me down if you see me walking about town.
Destinee is the name, and eating good food is the game. My pronouns are she/her, and I live with my fat black cat named Poppy that I treat like a human child. I was born in Oregon but was raised in Washington, and I definitely like Portland better than Seattle.
In my pastime, I make art, read, watch international films and tv, try new food places, and get lost in the city. Even though I’ve only been at Reed for a relatively short time, I have so much admiration for this place. Let’s connect and grab coffee or go for a walk while we talk about how we can help you thrive in your time at Reed.
Anna Mann / ODB / FSM
Hello! My name is Pablo Brito (He/Him/El) I am coming to Reed from Oregon State University, where I was working as an academic advisor with the School of Psychology. I was born in Oregon and have spent the majority of my life around the Willamette valley (think an hour south of Portland) in a super small town called Mt. Angel and in a city called Salem (our state's capital). My parents are from Mexico, specifically from the state of Morelos, about two hours south of Mexico City. I try to visit my family in that area at least once a year.
Some fun info about me! I am super into cooking (Mexican food is my specialty) and like to try new recipes (even when I fail, I learn something new about the process), love adding new vinyl to my record collection (yes, I own a record player), love live music, and I spend time running outside.
Hi There, Hello!
My name is Megan Simón (she/her/hers), and I was lucky enough to have grown up right here in Portland, Oregon. I graduated from Portland State University with a B.S. in Social Sciences in 2022 and am now working on my masters degree in Educational Policy and Leadership. Before coming to Residence Life I worked at Reed in other capacities, both in the Student Life Office and the Office for Student Engagement. I also serve as the Director of Education for the Gender, Advocacy, and Inclusion Network (GAIN) of Higher Education where I am in charge of curating the organization's yearly educational opportunities and conference sessions.
I am excited about helping students successfully navigate processes and systems through advising, programming and project management. Throughout my career I have maintained a particular interest in accessibility and equity, working to facilitate conversations around supporting students with disabilities beyond the classroom.
I live with my husband, son, and our pets, Doodles and Mochi. For fun, we love taking road trips through eastern Oregon, playing cribbage, watching bad reality tv, and perusing the nearest record store.
Office Hours: Student Center 114, Every Wednesday from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Your house advisor (HA) is one of the first people you will meet at Reed. These upper-division students are selected for their skills and interest in helping fellow students, and are trained in areas such as peer counseling and conflict mediation. They act as an excellent resource for questions about academics, campus life, and Portland in general. HAs also help to bring students together by organizing activities such as movie nights, pizza parties, study breaks, provocative talks, excursions around Portland, and trips to the coast or the Reed ski cabin with the students of their residence halls. At least one house adviser lives in every residence hall.