Pluralism and Unity Board
The Pluralism & Unity Board (PUB) is a student-led initiative that aims to provide a platform for marginalized voices. It encourages a cohesive environment by creating a safe space for accessible dialogue regarding issues of individual and community identity.
The Executive Board
This select group of students is a cohesive unit that serves in a programming, leadership, and advisory role to bring events on campus that engage and enlighten the entire Lewis & Clark community in the areas of: social justice and advocacy; intercultural and multicultural engagement; leadership and diversity training; an intellectual and artistic inquiry.
If you are interested in applying for a position on the Executive Board, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Board Members
Chris Chew (‘15)
Chris Chew is a sophomore Music major and has been involved with PUB since Spring 2012. Chris keeps himself busy as a member of the football team, Acapella, ISLC and the Lewis & Clark mentoring program.
Executive Board Alumni
Sydney Stead (‘13):
Sydney is a Sociology/Anthropology major and a TCK who grew up in California, Singapore, France, and Minnesota. She is interested in social development, learning new words and languages, and exploring unique cultures. Sydney is currently pursuing her interests, as well as her aspiration for a more just and sustainable world, through an internship with World Pulse, a media enterprise dedicated to listening to and broadcasting the unheard voices and innovative solutions of women worldwide.
Kyle Yoshioka (‘13)
Kyle is an Art History major from Petaluma, California. He is interested in the social impact of art, the influence of cultural institutions, and Aesthetics. His honors thesis for the Art History major explored contemporary Internet art. He is the Curatorial Research Intern at Museum of Contemporary Craft in downtown Portland.
Evaristo Laron (‘13)
Evaristo is a Computer Science major from Oakland, California. He is a member of the Varsity Football team. When Evaristo is not behind his books or on the field, he enjoys playing the Ukulele and participating in community service. He is extremely interested in becoming a youth mentor.
Clare Eisenberg is a Sociology & Anthropology major/Chinese minor from Minneapolis, MN. She has studied abroad in China and conducted research projects on ecotourism in Yunnan province as well as students’ perceptions of the Chinese education system.
Carley Matsumoto (‘13)
Carley Matsumoto is an Environmental Studies major and has been fortunate enough to pursue her academic interest in urbanization through research in Nairobi, Kenya. Carley also served as the intern for the Office of Multicultural Affairs in her senior year.