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Eva Long, MEd

Eva began her role as the coordinator of the Asian, Pacific Islander, Desi American (APIDA) Cultural Center in the Office of Multicultural Student Success in October 2018.

In her role, Eva aims to promote awareness and understanding of the unique histories and cultural identities of the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander community by providing institutional resources, educational support, and community outreach efforts and programs to students, faculty and staff.

Her mission work is rooted in community and in relationships with others, emphasizing relational agency for action. Eva cares deeply about engaging in individual moments and collective communities while weaving relationships to co-create spaces of justice to deepen learning and relating across differences.

Eva is a first generation college student (first in her family to obtain a college degree in the U.S.), having earned her B.S. in politics from the University of San Francisco and M.Ed. in student development administration from Seattle University. ‚Äč