Meet the AIC Staff
Mai J. Lo Lee, Interim Director of American Intercultural Center
My name is Mai J. Lo Lee and I work in the American Intercultural Center as a multicultural adviser at UW-Green Bay. I advise UW-Green Bay college students on how to be successful and graduate. For example, I advise students on time management, financial aid, grade calculations, how to read a syllabus, course registration, multicultural development, leadership/student involvement opportunities and other issues college students face at UW-Green Bay.There is no question or concern that is too big or too small – you just need to stop by my office and ask! Together, we will find solutions and ensure success!
In addition, I also advised UW- Green Bay student organizations: Organización Latino Americana, Southeast Asian Student Union and Women of Color. Everyone is welcome, so please come and join the fun!!!
I was raised north of Merrill, Wisconsin but graduated from Wausau East High School. I obtained my Master’s Degree in Education from UW- La Crosse and my Bachelor’s Degree in English and Mass Communication from UW-Eau Claire.Email Address: email@example.com Telephone #: 920-465-2720
Bao Sengkhammee, Multicultural Advisor
My name is Bao Sengkhammee and I work in the American Intercultural Center as a Multicultural Advisor at UW-Green Bay. I help students with a variety of topics such as leadership and student involvement opportunities, grade calculations, campus involvement, study skills, tutoring, and any other questions and concerns that students may have. Feel free to contact me and we can explore answers to your questions. In addition, my philosophy as a Multicultural Advisor is to engage, empower, inspire, motivate, and assist our diverse student population to graduation.
I was raised in the Green Bay area. I obtained my Master’s Degree in Education Psychology from UW-Milwaukee and my Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Urban and Regional Studies from UW-Green Bay. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, watching movies, trying new cultural foods, eating spicy foods, and learning about other cultures.Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone #: 920-465-2720
Loretta Rafter, University Associate
My name is Loretta Rafter and I work at the American Intercultural Center as a University Associate.
I greet students when they come into the AIC and help with their inquiries.
I was born and raised in Chicago. Currently I live in Green Bay with my husband and children.Email Address: email@example.com Telephone #: 920-465-2720
Sierah, Student Employee
Hello, my name is Sierah and I am a junior here at UWGB from Brookfield, WI. I plan to double major in psychology and human development to one day be a sports psychologist. I enjoy playing golf, hanging out with my little brother and traveling around the country.
Adrianna Shuler, Student Employee
Hi My name is Adrianna Shuler and I am a senior this year. I am an Art major with a studio emphasis and a minor in Graphic Design and Humanistic Studies. I am from Green Bay, Wisconsin. I enjoy drawing and going to the movies.
Lee Vang, Student Employee
My name is Lee Vang and I am a super senior. I am majoring in Human Development and double minoring in Psychology and Humanistic Studies with an emphasis on Cultures and Values. I am from Weston, WI and I enjoy playing volleyball, watching movies, and listening to music.
Janae Due, Student Employee
My name is Janae Due, and I am a senior. I graduate in December with an English and Women’s and Gender Studies degree. Social justice activism is one of my passions, and my involvement on campus reflects this. I am currently applying to grad school to pursue my professional career in higher education to assist multicultural students in acclimating to college.