Who We Are (OID)

Arianna Figueroa, Interim Assistant Director

Arianna was born and raised in Southern California. She has lived in the Bay Area and most recently Portland, Oregon. She attended Claremont High School and is excited to be back in one of her many hometowns. A double alumna, Arianna graduated from Lewis & Clark College with her B.A. in sociology and anthropology and her M.A. in student affairs administration. She is committed to fostering an inclusive community, as well as supporting and developing diversity and equity initiatives. Arianna enjoys hanging out with family and friends, getting to know folks over meals and coffee, and watching football (Go Raiders!). Some of her favorite things are music, dogs, and sunshine. Her hobbies are doing nails and makeup, cooking, and DIY projects. Her favorite candy is a mango chile paleta (lollipop) and her favorite foods are tacos and In-N-Out. 

Contact: afigueroa@g.hmc.edu | 909.607.3470 | oid@g.hmc.edu

Art Reyes ’18, Interim Program Coordinator

Art is from Pomona, CA and attended Ganesha High School. He is a recent HMC alumni and majored in engineering. Art is excited to continue to be part of the HMC community and support diversity initiatives. As a student at HMC Art was involved as a SPLS Club president, Atwood Dorm president, and West Dorm proctor. As a former Mudder, Art is committed to being a lifelong learner, working and learning alongside the wonderful HMC community. Hobbies: Art enjoys are video games, barbecuing, and playing pick up basketball. His favorite candy is sour gummy worms and his favorite foods are cheeseburgers, tacos, and barbecued brisket.

Contact: areyes@g.hmc.edu | oid@g.hmc.edu

Student Interns

The 2018–2019 OID student interns members serve as social justice ambassadors for the Harvey Mudd campus! Stop by to say hello and find out what’s happening through OID.

Callie Glanton

Callie Glanton ’20 is from Roseville, Minnesota. Interested in mathematical and computational biology, she hopes to advance medical technology through biomedical engineering. She joined the OID team to strengthen her connection with social justice at Mudd and learn every day how to be a better member of society. In her free time she enjoys dancing, exploring the outdoors, creating arts and crafts and biking.