Meet Our Peer Navigators

An Ha

My name is An Gia Ha, and I am pursuing a Business Administration with Transfer degree at Mt. SAC. I am a former ESL student, first-generation immigrant, and first-generation college student from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Growing up in a vast community of Chinese speakers in Vietnam, I spoke Cantonese at home and Vietnamese at school. Fast forward to now, I can speak English, Cantonese, Mandarin, and elementary Korean. In the future, I hope to become a User Interface/User Experience Designer and improve users’ relationships with technology. I am passionate about peer mentoring EOPS/CARE students because it will help students feel that they belong in a community of people from similar backgrounds and ambitions. I hope my contributions allow students to think that they are heard and valued by their peers in a remote setting and on campus.



Jasmine Toms

My name is Jasmine Toms. I am a fellow EOPS student and former CARE student who is pursing an Associates in Arts in Social Behavioral Sciences. I am passionate about helping others and I want to help others to advocate for their self and their beliefs. I am a mother to a beautiful, strong, and proud little girl who I do all of this for. My goal is to be a first-generation student and succeed, so my daughter isn’t lost like I was when it comes to college.



Audrey Jiang

My name is Audrey Jiang. my major is music with an emphasis in piano performance. One interesting fact about me is that I have been playing piano for 13 years. I am passionate about classical music and Jazz. I am passionate about classical music because that is my major and that is the thing I have been doing my whole life. I passionate about Jazz because I love the way they perform and the mood Jazz brings me.



Carlos Romero

My name is Carlos Romero, and I am currently enrolled at Mt. SAC. I am pursuing my degrees in Psychology, Sociology, Social Justice, History, Social and Behavioral Science, and Humanities. I am a first-generation college student living with a learning disability who works diligently to inspire everyone, but particularly those who share similar backgrounds, like me. Furthermore, I am passionate about navigating others to success and advocating for disadvantaged students.



Danny Arenas

My name is Danny Arenas. I am first generation student. I have been at Mt. Sac for two years going on three year now. My major is psychology, but I also have a fascination for neuroscience.