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COHS Dean’s Student Advisory Council

Members

  • Becca Anderson

    Becca Anderson

    Masters of Social Work Student

    Becca Anderson is a full-time online Masters of Social Work student at Boise State while currently living in southern Oregon. She additionally works full-time as a case manager for Options for Southern Oregon. Anderson enjoys helping people for a living and often feels as if her job isn’t work. In her spare time, Anderson enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time with her dog.

    Becca Anderson is a full-time online Masters of Social Work student at Boise State while currently living in southern Oregon. She additionally works full-time as a case manager for Options for Southern Oregon. Anderson enjoys helping people for a living and often feels as if her job isn’t work. In her spare time, Anderson enjoys hiking, cooking, and spending time with her dog.

  • Gabriella Coto

    Gabriella Coto

    Pre-Occupational Therapy Student

    Gabriella Coto is a junior at Boise State University who is currently majoring in psychology and on a pre-occupational therapy pathway within health sciences. After she graduates, her plan is to attend graduate school to pursue a master’s in occupational therapy. Eventually, Coto’s goal is to become a traveling occupational therapist, working with individuals in different parts of the world. She is an Idaho native who enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, cooking, tricking, and listening to 80’s music.

    Gabriella Coto is a junior at Boise State University who is currently majoring in psychology and on a pre-occupational therapy pathway within health sciences. After she graduates, her plan is to attend graduate school to pursue a master’s in occupational therapy. Eventually, Coto’s goal is to become a traveling occupational therapist, working with individuals in different parts of the world. She is an Idaho native who enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, cooking, tricking, and listening to 80’s music.

  • Sareya Harvey

    Sareya Harvey

    Kinesiology Student

    Sareya Harvey is a first-generation student from rural Idaho in her third year at Boise State pursuing a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with an athletic training emphasis. Harvey has a love for sports and human physiology, which is why she chose athletic training. She is currently a peer health educator for the BroncoFit wellness program. After she graduates next December, Harvey plans on pursuing a master’s degree at Boise State as well. Outside of school, Harvey additionally coaches volleyball and officiates basketball. She loves being involved with sports, spending time with athletes, and spending time with friends and family when she’s not busy with homework.

    Sareya Harvey is a first-generation student from rural Idaho in her third year at Boise State pursuing a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with an athletic training emphasis. Harvey has a love for sports and human physiology, which is why she chose athletic training. She is currently a peer health educator for the BroncoFit wellness program. After she graduates next December, Harvey plans on pursuing a master’s degree at Boise State as well. Outside of school, Harvey additionally coaches volleyball and officiates basketball. She loves being involved with sports, spending time with athletes, and spending time with friends and family when she’s not busy with homework.

  • Jacob LaMay

    Jacob LaMay

    Health Sciences student

    Jacob LaMay is currently working to obtain a health science degree from Boise State in order to attend and graduate from medical school. He is very focused on his studies, and has worked hard to maintain his 4.0 GPA. During his free time, LaMay volunteers at the Idaho Food Bank, plays the drums, and weight-lifts. Not only does he focus on his studies, but he is very busy with work. LaMay works as a phlebotomist at a plasma donation center, and also manages the largest movie theater in the state of Idaho. In order to prevent burnout and do well in classes and work, he makes sure to find the joy in everything that he does. By doing this, he has been blessed by becoming 1 of 25 Idaho Governor’s cup Scholars, an Eagle Scout, and the section leader in his marching band for the drumline. His current focus is on studying for the MCAT, the rigorous entrance exam for medical schools in the United States.

    Jacob LaMay is currently working to obtain a health science degree from Boise State in order to attend and graduate from medical school. He is very focused on his studies, and has worked hard to maintain his 4.0 GPA. During his free time, LaMay volunteers at the Idaho Food Bank, plays the drums, and weight-lifts. Not only does he focus on his studies, but he is very busy with work. LaMay works as a phlebotomist at a plasma donation center, and also manages the largest movie theater in the state of Idaho. In order to prevent burnout and do well in classes and work, he makes sure to find the joy in everything that he does. By doing this, he has been blessed by becoming 1 of 25 Idaho Governor’s cup Scholars, an Eagle Scout, and the section leader in his marching band for the drumline. His current focus is on studying for the MCAT, the rigorous entrance exam for medical schools in the United States.

  • Hailey Opperman

    Hailey Opperman

    Nursing Student

    Hailey Opperman is attending her second year at Boise State University and is pursuing a degree in Nursing. In 2018, she graduated from high school just a few hours east at Idaho Falls High School. She is passionate about working with others and learning about their values and dreams—which is why she joined the Inclusive Excellence Student Council (IESC). Opperman wants to use her privileges to advocate for others and support marginalized communities. On the IESC, she wants to help build a campus culture where every student knows that their voice, identity, and experiences matter.

    Hailey Opperman is attending her second year at Boise State University and is pursuing a degree in Nursing. In 2018, she graduated from high school just a few hours east at Idaho Falls High School. She is passionate about working with others and learning about their values and dreams—which is why she joined the Inclusive Excellence Student Council (IESC). Opperman wants to use her privileges to advocate for others and support marginalized communities. On the IESC, she wants to help build a campus culture where every student knows that their voice, identity, and experiences matter.

  • Hanna Suman

    Hanna Šuman

    Pre-Medical Health Science Student

    Hanna Šuman is a junior at Boise State University majoring in Biology and Pre-Medical Studies. She currently works as a CNA at St. Luke’s and hopes to become a trauma surgeon. She came to the US with her family as a refugee from Bosnia. Her refugee background has made her very passionate about helping frontline communities in Boise. She is also involved in student government at Boise State University, serving as an Inclusive Excellence Student Council Member. In her free time, Šuman loves to go hiking and spend time with her dog.

    Hanna Šuman is a junior at Boise State University majoring in Biology and Pre-Medical Studies. She currently works as a CNA at St. Luke’s and hopes to become a trauma surgeon. She came to the US with her family as a refugee from Bosnia. Her refugee background has made her very passionate about helping frontline communities in Boise. She is also involved in student government at Boise State University, serving as an Inclusive Excellence Student Council Member. In her free time, Šuman loves to go hiking and spend time with her dog.