Education & Training Coordinator

Gil Kim ('23) is pursuing a Legal Studies and Psychology dual degree with a Spanish minor. She is one of CEPA’s Education & Training coordinators and involved in the Restorative Justice, Food Justice, and Debt-Free Future campaigns. In her free time, she loves spending time with friends, drinking tea lattes and bubble teas and other teas, reading, watching movies, and completing nonograms and crossword puzzles on her phone!


Campaign Coordinators

Prisha Dayal (‘25) is a double major in Political Science and Social Thought and Political Economy, with a minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She is one of CEPA’s campaign coordinators, with a primary focus on the Food Justice and Restorative Justice campaigns. She is a yoga enthusiast and loves going to farmers markets, taking thrift trips to Northampton, and collecting pretty kombucha bottles.


Lily Pleven (‘26) is a freshman studying Social Thought and Political Economy. She is a campaign coordinator here at CEPA running the Debt Free Future campaign, and is also very involved in the Food Justice campaign. When not at CEPA, she loves hanging with friends, collecting records and clothes, going to Frank, and spending time outside.


Policy, Legislative, and Research Coordinator

Mick DeVos ('24) is a Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies major. They participate in the Restorative Justice campaign and assists others with research & creates Radical UMass content as CEPA’s Policy and Legislative Research Coordinator. They love to spend their free time making playlists and reading. When they aren’t working at CEPA, they’re either barista-ing at Starbucks or practicing drag!


External Communication & Outreach Coordinator

Jamie Seo ('25) is a Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and a Public Health major. She is CEPA’s External Communications Coordinator and is involved in sending out the weekly newsletters and collaborating with other student groups to create a more inclusive and accessible campus. She is mainly part of the Restorative Justice campaign. In her free time, she loves to spend time lifting, reading, discovering new restaurants, and exploring coffee shops!


Media Coordinator

Caitlyn Fair (‘25) is a junior studying Education & Sociology. She is the internal media coordinator for CEPA and works increasing CEPA’s media presence and building connections with other student power groups. When not at CEPA Caitlyn can be founding spending time with her friends, thrifting, or trying out a new recipe!



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CEPA Grad Director

Mick Mandeau is the graduate assistant at CEPA. She is pursuing an M.Ed in Social Justice Education and received a B.S. in Sustainable Food and Farming at UMass. She cares deeply about student activism and advocacy and focuses her work on food access. She loves spending time biking, crafting, hiking with her partner, and cooking.