2020 Editorial Board
MICKENA BUTLER is a junior at UWB with a major in Health Studies, and a minor in Global Health. Mickena enjoys listening to and looking for good music, reading, and watching movies or documentaries in her free time. She works as a CNA caring for fragile disabled children. She loves learning about public health issues and policies from around the world. Mickena hopes to be a public health advocate whether it be as a physician, social worker, a nurse, or helping to amend or create health policies. This is her first quarter being a part of The CROW editorial board, and she looks forward to being a part of it in quarters to come.
HALEY DAMORE graduated in March of 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Studies. She has accepted an internship position at Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center helping to analyze data sets from their most recent Population Health Needs Assessment supplement. In doing this she will help to assess the greatest cancer needs for minorities in the greater Seattle area. She is involved in undergraduate research on virtual reality treatments for phantom limb pain in amputees. Upon graduation, she hopes to get involved in epidemiological research and plans to attend graduate school in the future. Although busy with research and full-time school, her most important role is that of a mother to her one-year old son. She is looking forward to expanding her experience in research writing as a board member for The CROW.
MOHAMAD ISMAIL is a senior who will be graduating in the spring of 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Studies. After graduation, he aspires to earn a master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Washington. Outside of academia, Mohamad enjoys his time working as an emergency department medical scribe. Aside from school and work, Mohamad enjoys activities based in the natural world such as hiking, fishing, and ranching.
JENNA LAU is a fourth-year undergraduate student who will be graduating in June 2020 with her BA in Health Studies. She plans to attend medical school in the future in order to become a Psychiatrist. Throughout her experiences at Cascadia College and UWB, she has been exposed to scholarly research of a variety of disciplines (such as organic chemistry, philosophy, and more!) Although Jenna has not always liked writing, she has come to appreciate and rather enjoy the process through being able to conduct her own research in previous classes. By being a part of The CROW, she hopes to show others that they too can develop their own passion and niche in composition. She looks forward to helping others transform their own interests and ideas into words too!
ANNA MISHKOVA is a third-year undergraduate pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. Anna is an officer of the Mathematics Society on campus. She is a logophile, who enjoys writing and reading, and she is excited to be a part of the editorial board for the CROW. Currently, she works as a peer consultant at the Writing and Communication Center.
WESSAM NAKOUR will be graduating in June 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies and a minor in Leadership. He is motivated as a father of two daughters to pursue higher education at the University of Washington Bothell. He currently works as the head manager of Seattle CruisePark and will be seeking career opportunities in the field of Public Health come Winter to further explore his interests. His passion for research writing was reflected in his class work and was introduced to the Campus Research and Observational Writings Editorial Board where he will continue to learn and apply his skills to The CROW’s fifth volume.
ROSE O’CONNOR is a first-year graduate student pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics. She received a B.A. in English from Skidmore College in 2018 where she also minored in Management & Business. She plans on applying to PhD programs for Fall 2021 and hopes to one day teach at the college level. She currently works at UW Bothell’s Writing and Communication Center and spends her free time knitting, watching documentaries, and drinking coffee.
AUDREY TINNIN is a senior majoring in Culture, Literature, and the Arts. She currently works in the UW Bothell Writing and Communication Center as a peer consultant. In the future, she will pursue a career in education. On campus, Audrey participates in rotaract club and outdoor wellness activities. Audrey’s interest in research led her to joining The CROW editorial board. She is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the board, and she is looking forward to learning and gaining insight from others. Outside of class Audrey enjoys camping with friends.
Andrea Stone, PhD.