Jessica Holland- Director
Jessica Hidalgo Holland joins the Women's Resource Center in 2017 as the new director. She brings to UNM over fifteen years of experience working in the non-profit sector. A native of the northeast, and a graduate of New York University, Jessica quickly found a calling in social justice philanthropy working for Tides Foundation and the Third Wave Fund*. She then took her skills to California raising resources for Guide Dogs of the Desert and Hope Through Housing Foundation.
With a passion for creating positive social change, Jessica spent the last five years conducting outreach and fundraising for Albuquerque SANE Collaborative. Her involvement with UNM’s SMART team gave her a deeper understanding of the unique challenges facing the UNM community. She resolutely supports UNM’s efforts in becoming more trauma informed and victim centered in how they respond to sexual assault, and is eager to help enact policy that reflects this commitment.Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Caitlin Henke- Program SpecialistAs the Program Specialist of the WRC, Caitlin advocates for gender equity and social justice at UNM and provides resources to campus departments. She also co-supervises the student staff and serves as a committee member on several campus wide initiatives. In addition she has advocated for heath and social equity in a variety of roles within non-profit organizations. Caitlin is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and New Mexico Highlands holding degrees in Human Development and Family Relations and Counseling. Caitlin aims to understand the “big picture”, connect the dots and execute the right strategies and solutions to address the needs in our community. Her strengths include ability to build strong partnerships; communication skills, problem solving and helping others reach their full potential. When not at the WRC, Caitlin enjoys spending time with her family and playing with her two kids (a great excuse for being a kid again), as well as window-shopping, Netflix binges, and trying new restaurants. Contact info: email@example.com
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Meghan Lippert - WRC Liason
Cortny Stark-Graduate Assistant
A 2013 graduate of New Mexico Highlands University’s Masters of Community Mental Health Counseling and Rehabilitation Counseling, Cortny is currently a doctoral student, graduate assistant, and teaching assistant in the University of New Mexico Counselor Education program. Her clinical practice is grounded in a wellness-based humanistic approach, with an emphasis in trauma-informed care. As a mental health, substance abuse, and rehabilitation counselor, Cortny can provide counseling services for a variety of mental health concerns. Her clinical experiences have lead her to specialize in trauma work, substance use issues, crisis intervention, women’s issues, and medical cannabis as a mental health and medical intervention.
Arianna Trott- Graduate Assistant
Arianna joins the Women's Resource Center team to support Impact, our leadership and mentorship program. Arianna's career focused on promoting social justice by addressing health and behavioral health disparities. She is currently a doctoral student at the University of New Mexico studying Counselor Education. She obtained her BA from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon and her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UNM. During her time in Oregon, she volunteered with multiple homeless organizations, studied Community Psychology, and conducted research in the field of Autism. As a licensed mental health counselor, she volunteers at an Indian Health Services Hospital. Arianna consults on behavioral health research and evaluation, including work in substance abuse prevention and early childhood development and education.
Trisha Martinez-Graduate Assistant
Tanupreet Suri-Graduate Assistant
Tanupreet Suri received her Masters of Science in Mental Health and Counseling from Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York and received her Bachelors of Arts from the University of Maryland in Baltimore. She also holds an independent license to practice mental health counseling in New York state. Tanu is currently a doctoral student at the University of New Mexico, her focus is on the intersection of technology and mental health, and college students' development. Tanu has an extensive background working with a range of populations in various areas, including community health, health education, awareness, promotion, and wellness. Additionally, she has experience working with students providing one on one therapy, group therapy and mental health outreach on several college campuses.
Reina Davis-Community Outreach Coordinator
Reina is a senior at the University of New Mexico studying Chicano Studies and Women's Studies. After completing her bachelors degree, Reina would like to work with youth in non-profit organizations. She works to collaborate with various on and off campus organizations to meet the needs of both students and community members. She enjoys poetry, music and hiking.
Faith Renegar-Office Assistant
Faith is in her fourth year at the University of New Mexico. She plans to graduate with a Bachelors in Religious Studies and plans one day to get a Masters of Library Science. Faith is an office assistant and helps with maintaining the computer pod and the book and media libraries the WRC offers. She enjoys cats, reading and crafts.