Onisha Etkins '16 & '17
BA Science, Technology & Society and MS Community Health and Prevention Research
I am a Brooklyn raised Guyanese-American pursuing my Ph.D. in Social Epidemiology and I'm determined to attend a different carnival in the Caribbean every year of my twenties.
Janei Maynard '16 & '17
BA in Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity w/ Identity, Diversity, and Aesthetics concentration & MA in Communication w/ Media Studies concentration
Based in her hometown of Aurora, CO, Janei's passion lies in hip hop education, hip hop equity, and hip hop feminism. Since graduating, she has performed and competed with World of Dance Colorado champions, COhe One Motive, at a local and national level. She currently teaches dance, works in nonprofit education and communications, and is in the process of starting up a nonprofit dance studio that provides dance, academic, and social emotional & relational wellness resources for low-income students & students of color.
Maya Pete '18
BA Science, Technology & Society with Honors
Maya is a direct response marketer and a Plus Size Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger from El Paso, Texas. She’s an alum of Stanford’s Xi Beta chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
Schyler Alexandra Cole '18
I was born and raised in Memphis, TN, and while at Stanford I was a cheerleader, Co-President of the Stanford Black Pre-Medical Organization, a member of the Senior Class Cabinet, and officer for the Stanford Japanese Exchange Conference. I am currently a student at the University of Tokyo in the Graduate School of Public Policy. I created S.A.Certainly to share my experiences overcoming fear to be my true self, to inspire, and to provide knowledge and tools for fellow dreamers to turn goals into reality.
Bianka Quintanilla-Whye '17
BS Mechanical Engineering
Bianka graduated in 2017 and went on to work as a prototyper at Google X. She then took a leap to pursue full-time entrepreneurship to run her business, b.serene. Bianka also runs a makerspace for high school students in the East Bay, and teaches yoga.
Teyonna Jarman '18
BS Product Design
Teyonna was a member of Everyday People a cappella, Ram’s Head Theatrical Society, and the Asian American Theater Project. She is now working for a Stanford grad-led startup company in San Francisco.