Office of Outreach and Involvement

About

The Office of Outreach and Involvement (OOI) dedicates itself to helping students launch themselves into the student association here at the University of Washington. From assisting entities with their outreach strategies and managing involvement, to the ASUW Ambassador Program, OOI works to ensure that the ASUW is a representative, wide-reaching organization that provides positive experiences to its students. None of the advocacy, rallies, concerts, or other events would be possible without interns and volunteers.
Whether you are brand new to UW or are just looking to gain some work experience in an area of interest, the Office of Outreach and Involvement (OOI) is here to help you find your best fit on campus in the ASUW or beyond.

We are a dynamic team dedicated to helping you make the most of your Husky experience.

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Julia Jannon-Shields
Director | she/her/hers | Studying Community, Environment & Planning (CEP) + Communication (COM)

This school year, I'm excited to...

  • Intentionally expand ASUW's outreach to be more diverse & accessible
  • Make the most of my final year at the UW!

If I could give a Ted Talk, it'd be on... the golden era of Disney Channel.

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Nicole From
Assistant Director | she/her/hers | Studying Business (Marketing)

This school year, I'm excited to...

  • Mentor incoming students and help them build community through ASUW Ambassador program
  • Complete a two-day backpacking trip and (hopefully) get to go indoor rock climbing again

If I could give a Ted Talk, it'd be on... how to throw a proper tea party.

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Nora Morsi
Projects Intern | she/her/hers | Studying Computer Science

This school year, I'm excited to...

  • Create new partnerships within the ASUW and cultivate its volunteer community
  • Challenge myself to try new things and go out of my comfort zone!

If I could give a Ted Talk, it'd be on... what makes a good horror movie.

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Eman Mustefa
Operations Intern | she/her/hers | Studying Computer Science

This school year, I'm excited to...

  • Work with new Ambassadors and introduce them to ASUW
  • Work on computer science outreach to K-12 schools in the greater Seattle area

If I could give a Ted Talk, it'd be on... social media and fangirls.