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Community Engagement Officers

Community Engagement Officers (CEOs) promote Kodiak spirit and sense of belonging on campus through outreach to the Cascadia student body about programs and activities, and by building connections between students and opportunities for involvement. CEOs manage campus-wide communications and marketing for co-curricular events, programs, and activities sponsored by the Office of Student Life, the Events & Advocacy Board, and a variety of student clubs. CEOs also manage and promote appearances by Kody the Kodiak, Cascadia's mascot. 

You can contact the Community Engagement Officers at ceo@cascadia.edu 

Roles

Our Community Engagement Officers team includes three distinct roles, with interconnected responsibilities.

Graphic Arts CEOs

Our Graphic Arts CEOs design all the visual content for our promotional materials. They make the posters, flyers, sandwich boards, brochures, stickers, and logos that you see around campus for Student Life and student club programs. The Graphic Arts CEOs also produce the weekly “TP Times” newsletter that you see in all of Cascadia’s restrooms. Additionally, they create digital content such as web banners, animated videos, motion graphics, and our latest project, the Kody Coloring Book on Canvas. Check out some of our graphic design work!

Digital Engagement CEOs

Our Digital Engagement CEO manages our social media presence and creates much of Student Life’s digital content. The Digital Engagement CEO produces projects such as the “Kodiaks in Quarantine” web series, promotional videos for upcoming events, photo albums from past events, interactive Instagram content, aerial drone videos, club interview videos, and all manner of fun stories, polls, giveaways, and Q&As on social media.

Outreach & Marketing CEOs

Our Outreach & Marketing CEOs are out in the field connecting with students in-person. They do frequent tabling events and mobile marketing visits, where they give out stickers and snacks and sign students up for our weekly email newsletter “Kody’s Weekly.” They also do class visits to College 101 classes to help new students get connected with involvement opportunities. They lead campus tours for prospective students and new students during orientation. They work with our Club Council to help clubs promote themselves and grow their membership, and they also help facilitate Student Life’s Involvement Fair each quarter. Outreach & Marketing CEOs bring Kody the Kodiak to life and manage all of our mascot’s public appearances. Additionally, they do the day-to-day work of hanging all the posters and flyers, distributing the TP Times to every bathroom, updating our Club Info and Weekly Events Calendar bulletin boards, and compiling all the announcements for our weekly newsletters.

Meet our Student Leaders

 

Graphic Designer

 

Name: Monica He (she/her)

High School you graduated from (and city): Bothell High School in Bothell, WA.

Why did you choose to attend Cascadia? It’s close to home, and I appreciated the fact that the school prioritized sustainability and inclusivity.

What advice would you give a new student?Cascadia has many great opportunities and cares a lot about their student body, so don’t be afraid to explore what it has to offer. The people here want to help you!

What are your plans after Cascadia?Earn a Bachelors in Information Science, and maybe go on to grad school after working for a bit.

What are your hobbies/interests? Big fan of reading webtoons and watching documentaries. I also enjoy playing simple games like Tetris or 2048 because I am horrible at any other kind of game.

If you could be a superhero, what would your superpower be?Preferably something cool like supernatural intelligence or shapeshifting. Or something kind of mundane but convenient like night vision to make up for my myopia. 

What are some of your favorite snacks? I don’t have a favorite snack, but something I enjoy eating is dried mango.

Email me! mhe@cascadia.edu

 

OliverName: Oliver Miller (he/him)

High School you graduated from (and city): Bothell High School in Bothell, WA.

Why did you choose to attend Cascadia? Cascadia is near my family’s home and offers a lot of opportunities to engage with outdoors that aren’t available with other colleges in the area.

What advice would you give a new student?SHOW UP. Show up to your professors’ office hours, school events, classes, etc. There are so many opportunities you will miss the chance of even acknowledging if you aren’t there. 

What are your plans after Cascadia? Eventually I’d like to pursue a bachelor’s degree in biology so I can get a job studying a specific topic that piques my interest. Currently though, I am interested in finding a tattoo apprenticeship and becoming a tattoo artist. 

What are your hobbies/interests? 

If you could be a superhero, what would your superpower be? I think being able to shift between states of matter would be interesting. Ideally I’d be able to control myself and then I could hypothetically fly, shapeshift, and whatever else I could come up with.

What are some of your favorite snacks? Sushi and white rice.

Email me! omiller@cascadia.edu

 

Outreach & Marketing

 

KristiinaName: Kristiina Tulleau (she/they)

High School you graduated from (and city): Woodinville High School, Woodinville. 

Why did you choose to attend Cascadia? I wanted to further my education and surround myself with a kind environment. 

What advice would you give a new student? Ask your professors if you need help! Showing interest in the course and dedication is something that professors appreciate. Also, don’t be afraid to go up to people and talk, most people want to make friends too. 

What are your plans after Cascadia? I want to study Psychology so I can help people. 

What are your hobbies/interests? I love writing, reading, listening to music, cooking, and watching anime. 

If you could be a superhero, what would your superpower be? Teleportation. Or maybe flight? 

What are some of your favorite snacks? Can’t go wrong with a sandwich. 

Email me! ktulleau@cascadia.edu

 

Name: Miyu Nakamori

High School you graduated from (and city): 

Why did you choose to attend Cascadia? 

What advice would you give a new student? 

What are your plans after Cascadia? 

What are your hobbies/interests?  

If you could be a superhero, what would your superpower be? 

What are some of your favorite snacks? 

Email me! MNakamori@cascadia.edu