Executive Taylor

Director of Multicultural Affairs - Stephanie Mgbadigha

Multicultural Affairs strives to educate and engage students about diverse communities and coordinate the advocacy and programming efforts of ASOSU on issues concerning students of color. Multicultural Affairs achieves this by providing volunteer support to cultural student organizations, representation in student government, event planning and OSU administration, as well as an annual Diversity Summit to increase unity in the student body. They also administer the OSU chapter of the Oregon Student of Color Coalition, and works with OSCC to represent OSU students of Color.

Communication with Writing minor

About Me
I’m from a town in Central California called Turlock, and will be going into my fourth and final year at Oregon State. I love to read on the weekends, go on adventures with my friends, and swing on swing sets. I love to play volleyball, swim and dance, and I love to spend days at the coast. I wanted to join and stay involved with ASOSU in order to see the issues I felt passionately about brought to the organization, the knowledge I gained from my involvement over the years applied to our initiatives, and serve the students more!
Goals for the Year
My goals this summer include:
1. Initiating transition to free textbooks
2. Advancing advocacy work to larger proportions and gaining more student involvement
3. Increasing student awareness and engagement of issues and the ASOSU

Projects I am working on
Textbook Rally for Fall Term, SIFC Restructuring, Board of Trustees Selection, Hiring a new staff
Favorite Movie 
Favorite Book
1984 by George Orwell
An Abundance of Katherine’s by John Green
Fall Availability
Monday: 10:00am-1:00pm
Tuesday: --------------
Wednesday: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Thursday: --------------
Friday: 10:00am-1:00pm
Contact Information
SEC 110