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Peer Mentors

Spring 2020 Mentors


Destiny Cole

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
Major: Social Work
“I wanted to be a mentor because I wanted to help all students have an advocate and also have a support system navigating Indiana State University.”




Robin Deonia

Pronouns: He/Him/His
Hometown: Punjab, India
Computer Science master’s student
“I like to talk and share my experiences about life. I believe mentoring is important because sometimes you need someone to talk about the problems of normal life situations you are dealing with. It gives you a direction in your life.”




Luke Fleck

Pronouns: He/Him/His
Hometown: Jasper, IN
Major: Accounting
Minor: Forensic Accounting
“I wanted to be a mentor because I want to see everyone that comes to ISU be successful. For some individuals, this is easy, but others need more help, and I want to be a resource of assistance that a student can use to be successful here at ISU and in the future.”



Wykhia (Keyah) Hoosier

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana
Major: Communications with a concentration in Media Studies
Minor: Art
“I wanted to be a mentor to be someone other students and young adults can look up too. Being a mentor is important to me because it helps me give a teaching hand to those who are in the need of having a role model.”



Yvonne Luna

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Hometown: Merrillville, Indiana
Major: Human Development and Family Studies
Minor: Counseling
“I like being a mentor because I get to provide support and help for students at State. Mentoring relationships can help people prepare for their future, set goals, and strengthen skills that are necessary for adulting. 🙂”



Kerstin Minton

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Hometown: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s student
“I chose to become a mentor because I have had some amazing mentors throughout my life, and I want to be able to be that person for someone else. College can be a really stressful and overwhelming time, but if you have someone who can help you navigate those murky waters, life can be a lot easier.”




Bria Reed

Pronouns​: She/Her/Hers
​Hometown​: Matteson, IL
​Major: Applied Health Sciences with a concentration in Health Administration
Minor​: Business Administration
“I wanted to be a mentor because I think it’s important for students to have the necessary guidance to succeed, and it starts with us. The best thing about being a mentor is knowing that I can positively impact the lives of my mentees.”



Deveon Williams

Pronouns: He/Him/His
Hometown: Valparaiso, Indiana
Major: Music Education
“The reason why I wanted to become a mentor is because I love working with students. I want to become a teacher and being a mentor is moving me one step closer to my ultimate goal. I think mentoring is important because it's a way for students who don't necessarily have the guidance or that role model within their life to have that support system within their lives, mentoring helps build a person and structure them.”


KatherineKatherine Williamson

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
Hometown: Merrillville, Indiana
Major: Political Science concentrating in Foreign Affairs
Minor: International Studies and Business Administration
“I became a mentor because I feel the benefit is for everyone involved and I love seeing the end result.”





Cunningham Memorial Library
Room 233
510 N 6 1/2 Street
Terre Haute, IN 47809
Phone: (812) 237-3052

Mentoring Center Hours:
Monday-Thursday 8 AM – 8 PM
Friday 8 AM – 5 PM

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