Advisory Board Members

REPS Advisory Board

The REPS Advisory Board is filled with incredible students, faculty, and staff across the University. Our committee brings multiple stakeholders into the conversation, affirming that sexual violence prevention requires the participation of all campus community members. Coming from various campus perspectives, the REPS Advisory Board members work in subcommittees surrounding our five main goals. Resources, Education, Collaboration, Communication and Engagement. 

Mecedes Lindsay 

Pronouns: She/Her

Sociology '26

ASUSF Sophomore Class Representative 

I joined REPS because I wanted to learn about Title IX and what they do and how they support students so that I can share this information with my peers and constituents 

Brandon Keniston headshot Brandon Keniston (BK)

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Position(s): Goalkeeper for Men’s Soccer Team

Class, Major: Entrepreneurship, 2024

I joined REPS because… “to help spread awareness of the resources available to all students so everyone feels safe, confident, and included on this campus."

Aniah Francis HeadshotAniah Francis

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Position(s): Peer Educator, Off-Campus

Class, Major: Sociology with a concentration in Criminology, Law and Society; Senior

I joined REPS because… “it is important for me as a woman of color to provide safe spaces and advocate with others for human dignity and agency in a society that has normalized harm being inflicted on others without any real repercussions" 

Andrea Rocha HeadshotAndrea Rocha

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Position(s): Associate Director of Off-Campus Living

“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice and now that I have it, I'm not going to be silent”

- Madeleine Albright

Ethan lee-Bellows headshot Ethan Lee- Bellows

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Position(s): 2021 McCarthy Fellow

Class, Major: Psychology, 2023

I joined REPS because… “I want to promote a safe, inclusive, and healthy campus where students feel comfortable in their college relationships and understand how to advocate for themselves and others.”



Jenny Lee headshot Jenny Lee

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Position(s): Assistant Director of Health Promotion Services

I joined REPS because… “I wanted to work with others to empower those in our USF community to take part in preventing sexual violence at USF."

Kayla Robley headshotKayla Robley

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Position(s): Cadet, US Army ROTC

Class, Major: Biology, 2022

I joined REPS because… “I believe that it is every student and faculty member's right to feel safe and protected on campus.”



Sara Doell headshot

Sara Doell

Pronouns: she/hers

Position(s): Head Women's Golf Coach

I joined REPS because… "I feel that the more support, resources and community we can provide for students, the stronger culture we can create on our campus."


Aishwarya Kulkarnia headshotAishwarya Kulkarni

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Position(s): BAIS Peer Advisor

Class, Major: International Studies, 2022

I joined REPS so… “that I could make the campus a safer and more enjoyable space for everyone."


Mauricio Diaz de Leon HeadshotMauricio de Leon

Pronouns: He/Him/El

Position(s): ​​Associate Director for Justice & Outreach, University Ministry

Organization and Leadership, Ed.D candidate

"The educator has the duty of not being neutral." - Paulo Freire


Erin Echols headshotErin Echols

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Position(s): Director of the Cultural Centers

I joined REPS because… “I believe in the importance of creating innovative education, advocacy, and prevention programs, within the community, for the community.”



Paavani Lella headshotPaavani Lella

Pronouns: she/they

Position(s): Dons Helping Dons

Class, Major: Biology and Theology & Religious Studies, 2024

I joined REPS because..."sexual violence prevention and education is crucial in order to create a safe and healthy environment, and I hope to play a part in making USF a safer space for everyone."



Lamonte Stamps headshotLamonte Stamps

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Position(s):  Director, First-Year Programs and Family Engagement 

I joined REPS because… “this work is essential, especially in my role of introducing new students to our USF campus community.”




Kalii Caldwell headshotKalii Caldwell

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Position(s): Cross Country and Track

Class, Major: Chemistry, Junior

I joined REPS because… “one of the most important aspects of campus culture is the perpetuation of trust and respect. I feel tremendous responsibility in creating an environment where all students, faculty, and community members feel safe and important!”




Michael Cosgrove headshotMichael Cosgrove

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Position(s): Director of Compliance, University of San Francisco Athletics

I joined REPS to… “build bridges between Athletics and other campus constituents that help create a more unified and understanding community.”



Emma Gaut headshotEmma Gaut

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Position(s): R.A. in Gilson and Research Assistant

Class, Major: Psychology Major in Honors College, 2023

I joined REPS because… “I really value how the work we are doing envisions and actively creates the ideal community we all deserve here at USF – one that is safe and welcoming for all students of all backgrounds and identities.”



Jess Javier headshotJess Javier

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Position(s): Recreation Sports Manager

I joined REPS because… “sexual violence prevention and education is important. I strive to always support our students and it starts with being an advocate for positive change."