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Registered Student Organizations

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) is home to registered student organizations (RSOs) whose purpose is relevant to the mission of this office. These RSOs are part of the Council of Inclusion and Awareness (CIA), a multicultural programming and leadership development council committed to diversity, inclusion and social justice.

This council welcomes and supports RSOs whose missions include the advancement of groups that have been and continue to be underrepresented in higher education and beyond. The CIA also strives to include a multicultural and cross-cultural educational component in their programming. CIA's mission is to develop the leadership skills and talents of its student members. It is the goal of CIA member organizations to represent and promote diversity as they bring the Illinois Wesleyan community together through educational and inclusive collaboration. 

The Council of Inclusion and Awareness (CIA) 2023-2024


Registered Student Organization 


Contact Info

Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) Michelle Lu
Black Student Union (BSU)  Tyrin Sykes
IWU Pride Alliance Sena Ntumy
Japanese Culture and Language Club Copper Stone
Jewish Students Association Melinda Burgin
Men of Color Tyrin Sykes
Muslim Student Association (MSA) Yahyobek Mamirov
Office of Multifaith Engagement Anjelia Dominguez
Multifaith Ambassadors Melinda Burgin
South Asian Student Association (SASA)  Anusha Bhojanam
Spanish and Latino Student Association (SALSA)  Nathalie Romero
Shringara Theatre Co. Daniel Porea
Student Senate Jacob Bickett
Student Senate Diversity & Inclusion Commissioner Mannat Kandal
Students of Color in STEM Jonathan Rios
Student with Disabilities Association (SDA) Em Chamberlain
Women of Color Juanise Foster


Does your RSO have a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion, and social justice?

Is your organization interested in joining the CIA? 


For questions, concerns or more information, please contact the CIA Advisor Sharla Brown-Ajayi at