Meet the Peer Health Educators
Dedicated to supporting the healthy lifestyle choices of students by providing health and wellness education and resources.
When requesting peer wellness coaching (PWC appointment request) you have the option to request a specific PHE. Look below to learn a little more about what our Peer Health Educators are passionate about.
Cam Bacca, Pomona College ’19
Carmen Abbe, Scripps College ’18
Deve Menta, Pitzer College ’20
Donely Gunn, Harvey Mudd College ’19
Elise Van Scoy, Scripps College ’20
Jack Fairbairn, Pitzer College ’18
My name Jack Fairbairn. I was born and raised in England but have been living in the United States for the past five years. I transferred to Pitzer College last year and am now, while studying anthropology, in my senior year. I love anything and everything to do with the outdoors and nature. As a PHE, I am highly interested in alcohol and drug misuse, as well as wilderness/outdoor therapy.
Jennifer Torres, Pitzer College ’18
Johnny Villaseñor, Claremont McKenna College ’20
Katie Carrillo, Claremont McKenna College ’19
Sara Bautista, Scripps College ’18
Senqué Little-Poole, Pomona College ’19
Sully Whitely, Scripps College ’19
Hello, all! My name is Sully Whitely and I am a third-year student at Scripps studying Spanish and politics/public policy. I’m passionate about women’s health and how we can make it inclusive and accessible, about birth control methods and about consent culture and how we can educate/spread awareness regarding safe and consensual intimate relationships. When I’m not at HEO, you can find me watching Tasty videos, snacking, talking about current events on air at KSPC and writing. Come and chat with me!
Suzette Guzman, Scripps College ’18
Hey! My name is Suzette, and I grew up in Phoenix, AZ. I’m a senior at Scripps majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry and dance. I enjoy healthy food, dance and having fun in the sun.
Interested in working at HEO?
HEO hires a diverse group of student staff from all over the Claremont Colleges, with the application process starting in April for the following academic year. HEO hires both work-study and regular pay students, as well as volunteers and CGU MPH interns. If you’re interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.