Professional Staff

Todd Davis

Administrative Specialist for Alumni and Parent Engagement

 Registration for Events
 Questions about Payment and Refunds
 Supervision of Student Office Assistants

Emily Decker ’85

Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement

15th and 35th Reunion Class Committees
Alumni Chapters
 Regions: Midwest, Hawai`i, Alaska

Stephen LeBoutillier ’00

Assistant Vice President for Engagement

Alumni, Donor, and Parent Engagement
Board of Alumni
Parents Council
 Regions: Hawaii

Ginger Moshofsky ’83

Senior Associate Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement

5th and 40th Reunion Class Committees
Alumni Weekend
Equity and Inclusion Committee
 Regions: South, Southwest, Northern California, Seattle

Chelsea Nordby

Associate Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement

L&C Insider newsletters
Alumni Honors Celebration
Oral History Project
Albany Society

Amanda Valley

Associate Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement

Homecoming and Family Weekend
Student Alumni Association Ambassadors
Class Correspondents program
Young Alumni Council

Student Staff

Sydney Brown ’25

Alumni and Parent Engagement Intern

Pronouns: she/her

Hometown: Mesa, Arizona

Major/Minor: International Affairs

Campus Involvement(s): International Affairs Symposium, Resource Lab

Liv Bruce ’24 (she/her)

I am Environmental Studies student who loves filmmaking. I have experience working as a camp counselor as well as facilitating large events which I look forward to doing during Alumni Weekend.

Ben Burnham ’24 (he/him)

I’m a current Lewis & Clark football player, studying Political Science with a focus on Law. I am looking to attending law school after graduation in the Portland area.

Caroline Drew ’24 (she/her)

Hi there! I’m Caroline. I’m a third-year Sociology/Anthropology and French Studies student from Omaha, Nebraska. In between classes, I love listening to and making music, reading, biking, and exploring Portland. I host a show on KPH Radio, called Stumpgrown, where I interview local musicians. I’m always looking for music, book, and podcast recommendations!

Kai Emery ’24 (they/them)

Hello there! I am a rising senior Environmental Studies and French double major from New Zealand. I am passionate about the outdoors and social justice. I will be working as the Volunteer Program Coordinator for the LC Centre for Social Change and community engagement next year. I have absolutely loved my experience at Lewis & Clark thus far, particularly my study abroad semesters in Cameroon and Thailand. I am grateful for the opportunity to be involved in the LC French Club and take classes in a variety of different disciplines. In my free time I like to draw, play the clarinet, volunteer and get outdoors. After college I would like to get my tattoo license, visit more of the US and gain hands-on experience in environmental justice and humanitarian work. I am very excited to meet more alumni, network and build community during alumni weekend and beyond.

Marzieh Ghaderi ’24

Student Office Assistant

Pronouns: she/her

Hometown: Iran

Major/Minor: Psychology and Dance 

Campus Involvement(s): Arts, Dance, Theatre, Athletics 

Mary Hatten ’24

Student Office Assistant

Pronouns: she/her

Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Major/Minor: English with concentration in Creative Writing

Campus Involvement(s): International Affairs Symposium

Interests: Geology, Arts, Animal lover

Jeremy Kwok Choon ’24 (he/him)

My name is Jeremy Kwok Choon, I am an international student from Mauritius which is a tropical island located in the Indian Ocean, however, I grew up in Eswatini. I am a Davis Scholar that attended the United World College in Southern Africa where I learned about numerous different cultures and traditions. I am an Economics & Environmental Studies double major with a focus on sustainable and equitable development. Currently, I am interning at Sustainable Northwest, a nonprofit focused on bringing together economic and environmental solutions for community benefits. In my free time, you can find me either playing soccer, cooking comfort food or somewhere out in nature. I love the outdoors, especially water activities with my favorite being white water rafting. The beautiful scenery the Pacific Northwest has to offer was one of the major reasons why I chose to fly across the world and call Lewis & Clark my home.

Jose Manuel Maidana ’24 (he/him)

I am a rising senior from the Andean region in Northern Argentina and I’m double majoring in World Languages and Literature, and Sociology and Anthropology. I am passionate about community organizing, social change, and learning more about emotional intelligence and languages. I am very excited about the opportunity of engaging with alumni and their families and I am eager to hear about their anecdotes from back in the day.

Hannah Marians ’24 (she/her)

Political Science and Sociology and Anthropology double major

Pronouns: she/her

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Major/Minor: Political Science and Sociology/Anthropology

Campus Involvement(s): Speech and Debate

Helen Mayfield ’25 (she/her)

Hello! My name is Helen. I am originally from Manhattan Kansas, but I love the Pacific Northwest. I am an Art History major graduating in 2025. I also currently studying abroad in Paris for French Studies. I am looking forward to meeting everybody at reunion!

Azucena Morales Santos ’24 (she/her)

I am a first-generation college student from Hillsboro Oregon. My parents are first-generation immigrants from Oaxaca, Mexico. My parent’s background and my upbringing that is embedded in valuing community in education pushes to pursue my long-term goal of getting a doctorate. I am double majoring in Hispanic Studies and Sociology and Anthropology & minoring in ethnic studies. I know that I want to give back to my community by taking part in planning and facilitating the programing of events at L&C. At Lewis and Clark, I work with the Inclusion and multicultural (IME through the Great Expectations Mentorship program, co-leader for Native Student Union, Co- chair for the 19th Ray Warren symposium on race and ethnicity, Pamplin Fellow of the Pamplin Society, Student Alumni Ambassador and much more! I am dedicated to the work of fostering a safe and empowering space for BIPOC students. During my free time, you can find me watching Korean dramas.

Cloe Moreno ’24 (she/her)

I was born and raised in San Diego, CA where the bustling city felt like a small town community. Coming to Portland I felt the same comfort and excitement from the city and am always trying to explore my surroundings. Back home I have volunteered and worked for a nonprofit art organization in my neighborhood that removes recycled material from the wastestream to be reused in art projects for underserved schools and summer workshops for kids in the community. Because I run on the Cross Country team, and love to cook I find health and wellness an important aspect in my life. I hope to further my interests with my Psychology major and Health Studies minor by giving back to the community.

Nick Ni ’24 (he/him)

My name is Jingte Ni, but you can call me Nick. I’m a rising Senior Chemistry major here at LC and I was born and raised near Shanghai, China. I’m an avid coffee enthusiast, always on the hunt for the perfect cup of joe. I’m also a fan of aviation and love to learn about the latest developments in aerospace technology. I’m also passionate with sport like Tennis, Golf, and F1.

Daniela Rivas Clavel ’25

Student Office Assistant

Pronouns: she/her 

Hometown: San Salvador, El Salvador 

Major/Minor: International Affairs 

Campus Involvement(s): International Affairs Symposium 

Marta Ružić ’25

Student Office Assistant

Pronouns: she/her

Hometown: Travnik, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Major/Minor: Music

Campus Involvement(s): Arts, Dance, Student Philanthropy

Sophia Stringer ’24 (she/her)

Hello, my name is Sophia! Nice to meet you! I am a psychology major and health studies minor. I am excited to work with APE to help connect current students with LC Alumni. At the moment I serve on the BSU leadership and a part of the Campus Living Team. When I am not in class or doing homework, you can find me jogging in Tryon or crocheting. I hope to connect with other Alumni to make Lewis & Clark a more inclusive space.