Student Health on Campus
Student Health on Campus (SHOC) is run by Colby students under the direction of a staff advisor. SHOC members work to educate students around campus about issues relating to their health and wellness. They develop and present creative, interactive workshops including stress reduction, responsible drinking, healthy eating, and sexual health. Members also organize and promote different events on campus such as wellness seminars, blood drives, and a “stressbuster” fair. If you are interested in joining SHOC, please contact the staff advisor, Katie Sawyer.
SHOC Student Bios | Facebook page
Ashley Olvera is a junior Posse scholar from Houston, Texas double majoring in Global Studies and East Asian Studies. Along with being a member of SHOC, she is the cultural exchange chair for the Project PengYou chapter, an active member of Students Organized for Black and Latinx Unity, and sits on the Pugh Community Board. Outside of the academic world, Ashley is passionate about helping others understand what it means to be a healthy student on campus.
Caroline is a junior at Colby from Bethesda, Maryland. She is majoring in Global Studies with a minor in Human Development. Along with SHOC, she is involved in Cure the Cloud and the Spikeball Club on campus. Though she is studying abroad in the spring, she is excited to see all of the great things SHOC does this semester.
Tommy McGee is a sophomore from Bowie, Maryland double majoring in Government and History with a Managerial Economics minor. Along with SHOC, Tommy is on the baseball team at Colby, part of the Newman Council, a SAAC representative, a COOT leader, and a member of the Special Olympics Club. Tommy is excited for his first year with SHOC where he hopes to help create and maintain a healthy campus full of happy students.
Lily Herrmann is a senior from Schenectady, New York double majoring in French Studies and Global Studies with a concentration in International Relations and Foreign Policy. Lily is passionate about increasing the accessibility of health services and resources to students from a variety of backgrounds and identities. On campus, Lily is also involved with Hall Staff, the Colby Democrats, the Feminist Alliance, and Women’s Rugby.
Sarra Bridges is a member of the class of 2019 from Bucksport, Maine. This is her third year on SHOC and she is serving as president this year. She is on the pre-med track and majoring in biology with a concentration in neuroscience. She is also very interested in public health and will be pursuing a masters after Colby. She is very passionate about health education and promoting a holistic view of wellbeing. On campus she is also involved in the global health collaborative, quilting club and pottery club. In addition, she enjoys volunteering, reading, hiking and traveling.
Charlotte Del Col is a sophomore at Colby from Wellesley, MA. She is majoring in Environmental Policy with an Anthropology minor. Charlotte is interested in making mental health a topic of regular conversation at Colby. Along with SHOC, she is a member of the Colby Sirens a cappella group. In her free time, Charlotte loves to be outside, travel, and play with her dogs!
Calvin Bohner is a Sophomore at Colby College double majoring in Music and Psychology with a concentration in Neuroscience. Calvin is originally from Barrington, Rhode Island but has spent the past seven years living abroad in Bangalore, India and London, England. He is passionate about mental health and excited to better the Colby Community through SHOC. Outside of SHOC Calvin spends most of his time at the Woodsmen’s field or playing guitar in the Colby Music Incubator.
Taylor Glassman is a member of the class of 2021 from Rumson, New Jersey. She majoring in Biology with a concentration in Neuroscience. In addition to being part of the SHOC team, Taylor is a tour guide and volunteer at the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter. She also loves spending time outdoors whether its hiking, skiing, or running. Taylor is excited to work with SHOC to promote health education on campus so that students can make healthy and informed decisions!
Sam Orenstein is a sophomore from Marblehead, Massachusetts. He is a double major in Global Studies and Spanish and is looking forward to studying abroad and honing his Spanish skills. Sam is passionate about promoting physical health on campus and educating the Colby community about strategies for living a healthy lifestyle. Apart from SHOC, Sam volunteers at the Mid-Maine Homeless Shelter through the Lives of Purpose program and is a tutor in the Spanish department.
Meghan Enslow is a senior from Chatham, New Jersey majoring in English and minoring in Chemistry while on the Pre-Med track. She is passionate about promoting conversation about different aspects of health and wellness and making Colby a healthy and safe place for all. In addition to working with SHOC, Meghan is involved in Colby Emergency Response and plays on the Women’s Rugby team. She loves reading, listening to music, cooking, and being outside.
Matt Reasor is a member of the class of 2020 majoring in Psychology and Anthropology. Born and raised in Clarksville, Tennessee, he brings a dash of southern hospitality to Colby’s campus. Along with SHOC, Matt is also a member of the baseball team, a Community Advisor, a Wellness Coordinator for SAAC, and a CCAK mentor. He likes to kayak and watch the Titans (sheesh). He’s excited to work with SHOC to create a comfortable and empowering campus for each and every member of the community.
Kiana Lui is a sophomore from New York City double majoring in Psychology and Spanish. Along with being part of SHOC, she is also involved in the Asian Student Association and is a Sexual Violence Peer Educator. Kiana is passionate about fighting mental and sexual health stigmas and promoting sexual well being amongst students.
Adrián is a sophomore from the great city of Houston, Texas with a double major in English and Sociology with a minor in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality studies. Adrián is passionate about mental, sexual, and emotional health as it specifically pertains to those who identify as a member of the queer community. His main goal is to raise awareness about these issues but also provide support so everyone can engage with a radical form of self-love. Besides SHOC, Adrián is apart of The Bridge, QTPOC, The Farnham Writing Center, SOBLU, and Hall staff. If you see him around please be sure to say hi!
Chris Romano is a member of the Class of 2021 here at Colby. He is a Government and History double major. Chris traces his roots back just an hour down the road, having been born and raised in Yarmouth, Maine. In addition to SHOC, Chis is a member of the baseball team, the Colby Catholics community, and the Special Olympics Club. His other passions include listening to music, playing pond hockey, and exploring the Maine outdoors.
Jenny Flaumenhaft is a senior from Newton, Massachusetts double majoring in Education and English. She is passionate about making the connection between mental health and outdoor education. In the future, Jenny hopes to pursue a career working with children. Aside from SHOC, she is also serves on COOT Committee and as COOT (first year orientation) leader and as a Colby Cares About Kids (CCAK) mentor. She is enthusiastic about helping people and is excited to work with SHOC this year!
Sandeep Kaur is a member of the class of 2020. She is from Queens, New York, and is a psychology and global studies double major and an economics minor. She is specifically interested in mental health and how social factors such as class, gender, and race affect one’s well-being. In addition to SHOC, Sandeep is a COOT leader, and works as a SVP (Sexual Violence Prevention) Peer Educator and a research assistant for the Global Studies Department. She is also involved with the Asian Student Association (ASA), the South Asian Society (SAS), CCAK, and the Oak Student Committee.
Annie Lee (she/they) is a junior from Southern California currently pursuing an independent major in environmental media and communications. Going into their second year with SHOC, Annie is particularly excited to promote sexual and mental health across campus. In addition to SHOC, Annie is also involved with The Bridge, QTPOC, ASA, WOCA, CCOR, Oak Institute for Human Rights, Sexual Violence Prevention Training, Sex Ed Facilitation, and Pugh Center Fellows.