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The Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement (EJCE) at UC Berkeley is a collaborative of offices and centers that advocate for, build capacity with and dialogue among and across diverse communities. Our community engagement approach enriches the academic success of students while fostering a campus climate that honors the dignity of all people. Each partner space is steeped in rich and vibrant legacies and established community-centered praxes of educational justice: leadership development, access, activism, academic excellence and social justice. Our work reflects interconnected identities and experiences through our collective and individual commitments to support and advance future global leaders.

EJCE Immediate Office

Elisa Diana Huerta, PhD (they/them/elle)

elisahuerta@berkeley.edu

Dr. Elisa Diana Huerta (they/them/elle) is a Brawley born and Tejas raised organizer, educator, artesanx, and scholar. They did their undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin and their graduate work at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Elisa’s scholarship and teaching focuses on expressive culture, women of color feminist praxis, hemispheric Indigeneity, radical pedagogy, and community-based research. As the Founding Director of the UC Berkeley Multicultural Community Center (MCC), and now Interim Associate Vice Chancellor of EJCE, Elisa is proud to co-create dynamic and engaged holistic resources for students, faculty, staff, and community members on a daily basis. Art-making, of all kinds, make their heart happy.

Andrea Wilson (she/her)

andreawilson@berkeley.edu

Andrea Wilson is the Business Operations Manager for the Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement at UC Berkeley, providing administrative, financial, and operational oversight. She previously held positions as the Communications Coordinator at the Yale Center for International & Professional Experience and the Communications Manager at the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity. Andrea earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Connecticut and her Master of Public Health degree from Southern Connecticut State University.

Juan Garcia (he/him)

juanmgarcia@berkeley.edu

Juan Garcia is the Administrative Assistant of the Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement at UC Berkeley. He previously held Administrative support positions at UC Berkeley’s Graduate Student Services and most recently at UC Berkeley’s Career Center. Juan earned his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from UC Berkeley.

University of California, Berkeley 
212B César Chávez Student Center # 2440  
Berkeley, CA 94720-2440

ejce@berkeley.edu
Office (510) 664-7889
Fax (510) 642-4788