Student Staff

Nathena Murray Profile Picture

Nathena Murray

WellsLink Intern / Student Assistant

Nathena Murray is a sophomore majoring in Biology and Neuroscience on the Pre-Med Track with the dreams to become a doctor.

One day to show young ladies that anything is possible with God, determination, self-care and patience. Morals behind spreading love and giving back to communities were instilled in her at a very young age and she believes such morals have aided her growth in the individual she is today. Nathena participated and successfully completed the First Year WellsLink Leadership program, and now holds the title of the Intern for the program. She is also the Co-Mentoring Chair of the Juvenile Urban Multicultural Program, also known as JUMP Nation, which is a mentoring program for 8th graders in the Syracuse Community. She made Dean’s List twice last year, is known a Success Scholar and was recently inducted into the Renée Crown University Honors Program.

Nathena is determined to be more active in the Syracuse Community as she understands that there is a dire need for us, as students of this prestigious university, to do so. She wants to leave her mark on this campus and the community at large and is really excited for what her future holds.

Diamond Cole Profile Picture

Diamond Cole

Diamond Cole is originally from Syracuse, so Syracuse University felt like the perfect choice for her since she was already acclimated to campus which made her transition much easier. She has also been a part of the Office of Multicultural Affairs since her freshman year of high school.

Now being a student at Syracuse University, she is able to access OMA at its full potential. She is a mentee in the fullCIRCLE Mentoring Program, and plans to join most of the programs offered during the rest of her years here. She is grateful to have to have OMA as a support system.

Jewél Jackson Profile Picture

Jewél Jackson

Dimensions Intern / Student Assistant

Jewél Jackson is a Junior studying Newspaper & Online Journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, she has been living in the Arabian state of Kuwait for the past 8 years. After being a mentee during her freshman year within the Dimensions program, she now serves as the programs intern and one of the many mentors. Outside of the OMA office she is a Gender & Sexuality columnist for the Daily Orange and is an editor for the campus magazine publication, Femme Noir. She also writes for other campus magazines and is apart of the Newhouse Student News Team. She hopes to continue her expansion of writing!

Assata A Cradle-Morgan Profile Picture

Assata A Cradle-Morgan

Peer Mentor Advisory / Student Assistant

Jordan Rose Profile Picture

Jordan Rose

Peer Mentor Advisory / Student Assistant

Patricia Douglas Profile Picture

Patricia Douglas

Social Media Intern / Student Assistant

Kyliah Almeida Profile Picture

Kyliah F Almeida

Peer Mentor Advisory / Student Assistant

Taylor Amoafo

Student Assistant

My name is Taylor Amoafo and I am a freshman majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders. I have a passion for helping people which is why I aspire to be a Speech Pathologist in the future. I was born and raised in Queens, New York as a Ghanaian-American which exposed me to so much diversity. I plan on staying in touch with my culture and learning about others through OMA and many programs on campus.

Dominique Sheldon

Student Assistant

Aiden Reese Taylor

Graphic Design Intern – Student Assistant