Women’s Center Student Staff


    Christine Rosales

  • Christine Rosales, Graduate Student Assistant, M.I.N.T. Program Coordinator

    Graduate Student Assistant/M.I.N.T. Program Coordinator

    Pronouns: she/her/hers

    Graduate Program: Social Psychology Ph.D.

    Email: chelrosa@ucsc.edu

    Program Lead: M.I.N.T. Program Coordinator

    Christine is a sixth year graduate student in the social psychology Ph.D. program and is earning designated emphases in feminist studies and critical race and ethnic studies. Her interests involve learning about everyday acts of resistance, how we can engage in visionary pragmatism, and how we can work together to dismantle and uproot systems of oppression. She is very excited to be a part of the Women's Center in hopes of helping to build a stronger, more supportive, and fiercer community for womxn that centers the experiences and needs of womxn of color and womxn whose identities intersect with being queer, undocumented, low-income, and disability. In her spare time she enjoys dancing (mostly to 80's music), exercising, watching T.V., and eating pupusas (only the ones made by mom). 

  • Madelyn Lara-Villalpando

  • Madelyn Lara-Villalpando, Administrative InternAdministrative Intern
    Pronouns: She/Her
    Major(s): Literature, Latin American Latino Studies, Sociology 
    Madelyn is a fourth-year undergrad student and is from San Diego, CA. She currently works at tWomen’s Center as well as the Chicano Latino Resource Center. Working at the Women’s Center, Madelyn hopes to help highlight and give space to the many intersectionalities that are a part of the women at UCSC in order to find community with fellow students and encourage their sense of belonging on campus. During her free time, she enjoys trying new food, daydreaming, and learning new things. 

  • Mia Aniceto

  • Mia Aniceto, Programs & Outreach Intern

    Programs and Outreach Intern

    Pronouns: She/Hers

    Major(s): Feminist Studies, Cognitive Science, Education

    Mia Aniceto is a third year Pilipinx-identified first generation college student. She holds positions in various organizations including the Peer Advisor for the Feminist Studies Undergraduate Department, the Vice Chair for Anakbayan Santa Cruz, and the Academic Coordinator under Bayanihan. Working at the Women's Center, Mia hopes to emphasize intersectional feminism and the critical pedagogy of the interconnections of sexism, racism, classism, ableism, and all other oppressive structures. During her free time, she enjoys eating breakfast burritos and listening to the Red Hot Chili Peppers or Frank Ocean (often simultaneously).

  • Amy Mancia

  • No alternative text
    Programs and Outreach Intern
    Major(s): Sociology, Latin American/Latino Studies

    Pronouns: She/Her
    Amy is a first-generation college student from South Central Los Angeles. She is currently involved around campus working as Teaching Assistant for K-5 students, as well as, first-year college students. Working at the Women's Center, Amy hopes to help build community amongst womxn at UCSC and highlight both intersectional and hidden identities of womxn that are often overlooked by mainstream society. During her free time, Amy likes to lay in bed with a face mask on, going to Disneyland, learning about her culture and the Salvadoran diaspora, and making spontaneous plans.