Who We Are
A team of students supports the senior advisor in furthering the anti-racism initiative at USF. Meet our student team, and consider applying for our open position!
Shacoriann "Shaye" Graham
Hello, my name is Shacoriann Graham and I am from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I am a junior and Health Science major with a double concentration in Biological sciences and Aging sciences. I am a member of USF chapters of Black Women in Medicine, National Council of Negro Women, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and National Society of Leadership and Success. I am also the founder of Acori Web Development. My hobbies are making websites, dancing, talking/educating about natural hair. I am looking forward to allowing the Black students on this campus to feel like they have a voice and their concerns are being heard.
My name is Alana Mayott, and I am a freshman student from Melbourne, Florida. I am majoring in Environmental Science and Policy. I am currently a member of Florida PIRG, a bipartisan organization focused on creating a healthier, safer and more sustainable world. Some of my hobbies include photography, yoga and scrapbooking. As a student assistant, I am most looking forward to being able to do research that will help develop more involvement and inclusion for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) at USF and to be able to support and contribute ideas that will help improve and facilitate the diversity and inclusion initiatives currently on campus.
Hello, my name is Shirley Ngo, I was born in Bronx, NY, and moved to Tampa, FL, when I was still little. I am a freshman majoring in Health Science and intend to become a pediatric nurse. I am currently a shadow for Vietnamese Student Association and plan to join other Asian clubs on campus! I enjoy hanging out with my family and I love traveling as well! In this position, I am looking forward to learning more about anti-racism, the USF community, and building strong connections with the team and staff!