Leadership Team

Meet the 2021 Magis Leadership Team
Photo collage of 2021 Magis Leadership Team

Headshot of Kaelyn Arcilla

Kaelyn Arcilla '22

Lead Mentor
Magis Cohort:
2018-19
Hometown: Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Major: Kinesiology
Minor: Child and Youth Studies
Involvement: Behavioral Technician, Gymnastics Coach at San Francisco Gymnastics

Headshot of Jared Bague

Jared Bague '22

Mentor
Magis Cohort:
2018-19
Hometown: Irvine, CA
Major: Kinesiology
Minor: Child and Youth Studies and Philippine Studies
Involvement: Director of Alumni and Professional Outreach for Kasamahan

Headshot of Ethan Lee-Bellows

Ethan Lee-bellows '23

Mentor
Magis Cohort:
2019-20
Hometown: San Diego, CA
Major: Psychology
Involvement: ASUSF Sophomore Class Representative, Lifeguard at Koret Recreation Center

Headshot of Mercy Mehzun

mercy mehzun '23

Mentor
Magis Cohort:
2019-20
Hometown: Culver City, CA
Major: Communication Studies
Involvement: Treasurer for African Students Association, Secretary for Ethiopian and Eritrean Student Association

Headshot of Bob Just

Bob Just

Director (January 2016 - Present)
Hometown: Manchester, VT
Education:
Master of Science in College Student Personnel from Western Illinois University

Bachelor of Science in Human Development & Family Studies with a Minor in Business Administration from the University of Vermont 

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Jordan Sandoval

Co-Director
Hometown: Redwood City, CA
Education:
Bachelor of Arts in Art History/Art Management from the University of San Francisco

Mentors aid in the successful transformation of 20 first-year at the University of San Francisco by serving as a role model and resource while encouraging engagement, satisfaction, and socially responsible leadership development among our Fellows.  

Mentors, with the collaboration and support the Program Directors, will meet the following expectations:

  • Serve as the primary cluster facilitator for a team of five (5) first-year Fellows
  • Attend all Magis events
  • Engage in two day-long trainings to prepare for each semester
  • Facilitate or Co-Facilitate at least 1 leadership development workshop for the Program 
  • Meet weekly as a Leadership Team, or as needed

Mentors are selected each spring semester to serve during the following academic year. Mentors are traditionally selected from our Alumni Society (those who have completed a fellowship with the program). 

The selection process begins with a nomination process from within the community, followed by a written application. Applications are reviewed by the current Leadership Team and interviews are offered to a select number of individuals. 

Program Directors extend offers to candidates based on overall performance within the recruitment process and cumulative program engagement.