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CSRE Undergraduate Council

Kimiko Hirota, Council Chair

PRONOUNS: she/her

YEAR: 4th

MAJOR: Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity and Sociology

EMAIL: kimikohi@stanford.edu

Kimiko Estella Hirota ’20 (she/her) is the CCSRE Undergraduate Council Chair. She is a senior studying CSRE with a subplan in Politics, Policy, & Equity and Sociology. She grew up in Spokane, Washington writing and performing poetry. Her honors thesis analyzes immigration services at the U.S-Mexico border under the Trump administration, and she’s also passionate about prison abolition, elder care, and sexuality in pop culture. 
 
Salei Salanoa, Community Development Chair 

PRONOUNS:  he/him

YEAR: 3rd

MAJOR: Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity and Psychology 

EMAIL: ssalanoa@stanford.edu

Salei Salanoa ‘21 (he/him/his) is the Community Development Chair for the CCSRE Undergraduate Council. He is a junior studying Psychology and Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CSRE). His roots lie in Colima, Mexico and the island of Samoa, but he was born and raised in Inglewood, CA. He is passionate about thinking through the framework of intersectionality in an effort to highlight lived experiences as valuable bodies of knowledge. If he’s not working at the FLI (First-Gen and/or Low-Income) Office or dancing with Los Salseros de Stanford, you can find him in other community-based spaces! 
 

Jasmin Martinez, Education & Leadership Development Chair

PRONOUNS:  she/her & they/them

YEAR: 4th

MAJOR: Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies 

EMAIL: jmart33@stanford.edu

Jasmin Martinez ‘20 (she/they) is the Education & Youth Leadership Development Chair on the CCSRE Undergraduate Council. They are a senior studying Chicanx/Latinx Studies, and her roots are in Delano, a small agricultural town found in California’s Central Valley. Jasmin plans to attend law school with the goal of supporting her community’s efforts toward advancing educational equity, police accountability, and immigrant rights in Kern County. On campus, they also work as an Ethnic Theme Associate in Casa Zapata and as the Workshop Chair for the Stanford FLI (First-Generation and/or Low Income) Conference, and she spends most of her time in these community spaces!
 

Pilli Cruz-De Jesus, Outreach and Collaboration Chair

PRONOUNS:  he/him

YEAR: 2nd

MAJOR: Undeclared

EMAIL: pilli@stanford.edu

Pilli Cruz-De Jesus ‘22 (he/him) is the CSRE Undergraduate Council Outreach and Collaboration Chair. He is an Undeclared Sophomore who will be majoring in a STEM field and minoring in CSRE. During elementary and below he lived in the Bay Area, but spent middle school and high school in Cambridge, MA. He is passionate about education equity and community access to knowledge which is often trapped within certain institutions.