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Calista McIntosh


Calista McIntosh is a Psychology major and double minoring in Addiction Studies and Sociology. She is an active participant in Black Student Union, while also being a Community Service Chair for the WVU NAACP Chapter. She wanted to join the Diversity Ambassador team because she believes that WVU should be a safe space for students. Her goal is to inspire students to explore organizations and groups so they can enjoy shared experiences and feel represented on campus.  She hopes to create a connection with students so they can feel comfortable knowing they have an advocate on campus; aspiring to support everyone in finding, nurturing, and appreciating their identity. 

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– Board of Governors Rule 1.6

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