JLM Scholars Staff

JLM Scholars Staff

Chaka Wilson, MEd h

Program Manager

Chaka Wilson, comes to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) from the Office of Student Academic Success (OSAS) at OSU, where she has served as an academic planning specialist and the Columbus State Community College (CSCC) Advising Specialist since 2018. Prior to OSAS, Chaka worked at Columbus State Community College in New Student Programs and the Center for Advising, Support, and Exploration. Both her degrees, M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning and BA in Social and Behavioral Science, were earned at Ohio State. Chaka brings her extensive work experience with transfer students and a lifelong commitment to educational access programming and services.

Huda Naseer h

Program Assistant

Huda Naseer is a second-year undergraduate student majoring in marketing at the Fisher College of Business. As an alumnus of the James L. Moore Scholars Program and a transfer student, she is very familiar with ODI and is excited to have a bigger role in it. Huda's first year at Ohio State would not have been the same without the staff at ODI, so she hopes she can be just as supportive and aid students in whatever it is that will help them be their best selves.

Evelin Nunez-Rodriguez h

Graduate Administrative Associate

Evelin Nunez-Rodriguez is a second-year Master student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs Program (HESA) from Cleveland Ohio. She is no stranger to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI). She is a Young Scholar Alumni and has served as a mentor for various programs within ODI. Evelin has a profound passion for education, culture and social justice which she hopes to only strengthen in her career working with students.

Daniel Anaya h

Work Study Student

Daniel Anaya is a first-year undergraduate student in University Exploration from Cleveland Ohio. He is a part of the Young Scholars Program and with prior knowledge of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) he is fully motivated to learn and assist students entering campus as he has had first-hand experience of being given nothing but full support from ODI. His interest in giving back is what is leading him towards majoring in Social Work and pursuing a career revolved around being a resource to those in need.

Jasmine Wooten h

Work Study Student

Jasmine Wooten, is a single mother pursuing a bachelor's degree in Social Work. In her professional career as a Social Worker, she wants to offer support in overcoming barriers and aid non-traditional and student parents on their journey to achieve economic independence by pursuing higher education.