REPS Interns



REPS Interns 2023-2024

Lily Stringfellow

Pronouns: she/they

Public Health '26

I joined REPS because

 I envision a future in reproductive health , and sexual violence prevention, and being a part of the on campus Title IX community feels like an excellent way to dip my toe in what feels like a very person and important public health anomaly.

Tenisha standing in front of a white wall with fairy lights. Tenisha Green

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Sociology '26

I joined as an REPS intern because I wanted to get more involved with student life, while developing skills that will help me in the long run!

Maya Oliveros

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Nursing '25

I joined REPS because I believe that creating a safer and more inclusive campus community is something that should involve everyone! I hope to help more people get involved in making a more positive social and sexual culture on campus.