SEEDS

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We are located in Student Center 112.

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SEEDS Professional Staff

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  • Madeline Harmon
  • SEEDS program director in the office of institutional diversity (OID)

SEEDS Student Staff

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  • Chloe Tian '23
  • NE Emergency Food Program (NEFP) Coordinator 
  • Hi! I am Chloe, a prospective Econ/Anthro major from Xinjiang, China and went to high school in Maine. I am excited to work with SEEDS as the NEFP coordinator, and bridge more Reedies to the broader Portland community contributing our parts in alleviating food insecurity for low SES and disadvantaged households. I love talking to different people, eating and making food, spending time outdoors and playing Taekwondo/soccer. I am particularly passionate about LGBTQ+ and ethnic minority's justice in China.
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  • Inés Anleu '22
  • Community Cycling Program Coordinator
  • Hello! My name is Inés, I'm a rising junior studio art major! I'm originally from Guatemala City, and I didn't take up cycling until I came to Portland two years ago. Ever since I joined Reed's Bike Co-Op last year, I realized how important it is to learn to fix your bike. It generates a space that allows folks to exchange knowledge that in turn makes biking more accessible. I'm excited to create safe spaces for people to learn about cycling safety and mechanics, and to bond about it with the bigger Portland community!
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  • Olivia Dao '21
  • Off-campus Federal Work-Study Coordinator
  • Olivia is a senior Neuroscience major from Southern California. Outside of her Reed responsibilities, she enjoys spending her time cooking and eating good food (especially Vietnamese food), playing music, and laughing. She believes that connecting with the Portland community can enhance students’ experiences at Reed and she is really excited to help individuals connect and build beneficial partnerships with the Reed and Portland community.
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  • LiLi Siedare '23
  • Community Engagement Events Co-Coordinator
  • Hi, I’m LiLi (she/her/hers)! I’m a second year Sociology major interested race, specifically Asian American advocacy. In my spare time, I enjoy snacking, photosynthesizing, and watching horror films. I look forward to working with the Collective Voices series and bringing more Reedies into community engagement. By providing a platform for marginalized people to educate and talk about their experiences, we can further work towards positive social change. Feel free to come to me with suggestions for local speakers, organizations, activists or artists the you’d like to see at Reed for the Collective Voices series!
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  • Abhi Rajshekar ‘21
  • Community Engagement Events Co-Coordinator
  • Abhi is a senior political science major from Thrissur, India. He is a fan of tennis and likes to bake and write during his free time. Come talk to him about the organizations you’d like for us to invite for Collective Voices, and other speakers, activists or artists you’d like to see at Reed!
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  • Nitya Vikrant '22
  • Reed Community Pantry Co-Coordinator
  • I’m Nitya, a rising Economics junior from India and Indonesia! I am very passionate about connecting with Reedies and talking about creating safe spaces on campus. When I’m not in class, I love cooking elaborate dinners, tending to my sourdough starter and talking about lactose intolerance!
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  • Leila Sinclair ‘22
  • Reed Community Pantry Co-Coordinator
  • Leila is a third-year comparative literature major from Toronto, Canada, who also works as co-chair of the Restorative Justice Coalition and a SHARE advocate. She’s always up for admiring trees, baking muffins, and chatting about how to create welcoming spaces, and there’s a high chance she’s haunting the PAB practice rooms right now. She’s excited to help the pantry grow this year, and would love to hear your ideas and help connect you to the pantry, so feel free to reach out or say hello.
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  • Kyla Hayworth ’21
  • Reed Community Pantry Co-Coordinator
  • Kyla (they/them) is a senior psychology major from ATX and one of the Reed Community Pantry coordinators. They care a lot about food justice, both on and off-campus. Their hobbies include eating, petting their cats, and sewing. Feel free to ask them about accessing or volunteering for the pantry!
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  • Lucy Xing ’21
  • Books 2 Prisoners Coordinator
  • Lucy Xing is an angry Chinese from the Bay Area interested in political education. She looks forward to working closely with other students of color in her role as the API Student outreach and Programs Coordinator at the MRC, the SEEDS Books 2 Prisoners Coordinator. She is also the editor of Radicle, the peer-reviewed Anthropology journal of Reed. You can find her currently advancing her agenda through the English and Anthropology departments.
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  • Lucas Yong ‘21
  • SEEDS@Schools Co-Coordinator
  • Lucas is a senior Math/CS major from Singapore. He loves to cook and share food with his family and friends. He is super excited about SEEDS@Schools, which connects Reed students to after-school programs at the elementary, middle, and high school level. Talk to him about getting involved!
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  • Sophie Klingborg '22
  • SEEDS @Schools Co-Coordinator
  • Sophie is a Biology major and New Yorker who enjoys several old-person hobbies such as embroidery and crossword puzzles. She would love to foster a loving community at Reed and in the greater Portland area. She is always receptive to fresh ideas and points of view.
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  • Madelynn Conley '22
  • Admin & Marketing Co-Coordinator 
  • Madelynn is a third year ES-Chem major from Cleveland, OH. She grew up second oldest in a family of 7 kids and consequently has had numerous jobs working with children of various ages and abilities. Her Japanese heritage has informed her experiences in social justice and community. As she studies ES, she hopes to learn more about the countless ways science and conservation go hand in hand with human rights and social issues.
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  • Aditya Gadkari '22
  • Community Engagement Credit Coordinator
  • Aditya is a junior Economics major from Pune, India. He is passionate about social and environmental justice and is an outdoor enthusiast, especially when it comes to backpacking and mountaineering. When he isn't catching up on readings, Aditya loves watching rugby, petting animals and going on long walks through Portland. He is always happy to answer questions regarding SEEDS or CE credit or even to chat over a cup of coffee so do not hesitate to reach out to him.