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kc Bui kc Bui
Program Coordinator
Vice Chancellor Student Affairs Office


KC is the primary administrative support contact for the UCLA Global Citizens Fellowship. KC earned a bachelor's degree from UC Irvine in 2007 and master's degree from Ohio State University in 2012 in Higher Education in Student Affairs.

In 2007, KC worked in Vietnam teaching the TOEFL test at universities in Hue and Can Tho.


Madhu NarasimhanChris Howell
Career Center

Industry Relations Manager, International & Experiential Opportunities


In 2012, as an undergraduate at UCLA, Madhu co-founded the Fellowship along with Ajwang Rading in order to empower the humanitarian aspirations of the UCLA community.

Madhu graduated from UCLA in 2013 with a B.A. in political science and a minor in South Asian studies. He is currently serving as a 2014 U.S. Fulbright Fellow in Southeast Asia.

Terry GiangTerry Giang
Administrative Support
Residential Life


Terry Giang is a support staff in the Department of Residential Life, a component of Student Affairs that focuses on building community for students who live on campus. He has a background in Marketing and Design from UC, Santa Barbara and pursued his post-graduate degree at the Academy of Art in San Francisco. He provides administrative, logistical and design solution to all divisions under the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Development.


Charles AlexanderCharles Alexander- Associate Vice Provost for Student Diversity and Director of the Academic Advanced Program

Charles Alexander is the Associate Vice Provost for Student Diversity and Director of the Academic Advanced Program. He provides full-time executive and intellectual leadership for a collection of programs designed for nearly 6,000 undergraduates from diverse populations, who have been historically underserved by higher education; these include students from low-income families, first-generation college students, and students from historically underrepresented groups. In addition to his role as Associate Vice Provost, he is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Dentistry’s Division of Public Health and Community Dentistry.


Angela CampbellAngela Campbell- Director, UCLA Scholarship Resource Center

After graduating from the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) in 1988, Angela served as an HGSE Admissions Officer while concurrently supporting the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural Relations as its Project Coordinator. She moved to LA in 1989 and continued to work on various higher education initiatives within the UCLA College. In 1995 she helped to develop UCLA’s first Scholarship Resource Center (SRC)—a unique center which helps undergraduates to search for and to secure private funding. She has served as the founding director since 1996, and also works with the UCLA College Development Office to coordinate recruitment and selection processes for numerous UCLA College donor scholarships. The SRC also manages UCLA's national and international merit scholarships, and coordinates the annual Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society program and commencement.


Monroe Gorden, Jr.Monroe Gorden, Jr.- Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Monroe Gorden, Jr. provides leadership for the integrated network of more than 20 departments whose programs, services, and experiences connect at some point with every UCLA student in virtually every aspect of life outside the classroom.  In addition, an area of ongoing focus has been academic preparation and fostering a college-going culture among underserved communities.   Monroe began his work at UCLA in 2006 as the Chief Administrative and Financial Officer.  He has taken on several roles during his 10 years at UCLA, including working as the Assistant and Associate Vice Chancellor in Student Affairs. Monroe received his Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) degree, with a Business Emphasis, from the University of California, Los Angeles and his Juris Doctorate degree from Pepperdine University School of Law.


Janina Montero, Vice Chancellor for Student AffairsJanina Montero- Vice Chancellor Emeritus

Dr. Montero provided leadership as the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs from 2003-2016.  Prior to her move to UCLA in 2003, Montero served as the chief student affairs officer at Brown University and at Princeton, and held the Dean of the College position, among others, at Wesleyan University. She earned three degrees at the University of Pennsylvania, including a Ph.D. in Hispanic literature.


Kal Raustiala, Director Kal Raustiala- Director, Ronald. W. Burkle Center for International Relations; Professor, UCLA Law School and UCLA International institute (Program on Global Studies), Associate Vice Provost for International Studies

Professor Raustiala serves as Director of the Burkle Center at UCLA, which emphasizes interdisciplinary research and policy-oriented teaching while looking at the role of the United States in global cooperation and conflict. He is also a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations, serving on the editorial boards of and contributing to various international media outlets, from the American Journal of International Law to the International Herald Tribune and Le Monde. At UCLA, Professor Raustiala’s research focuses on international law and politics.


Telfilo F. Ruiz, Distinguished Professor of History Teofilo F. Ruiz- Distinguished Professor of History

Originally from Cuba, Professor Ruiz has taught at several renowned institutions in the U.S., as well as the Ecole des hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris. His research focuses on the social and cultural (popular culture) history of late medieval and early modern Castile. Having been honored previously by the Carnegie Foundation for his outstanding teaching, Professor Ruiz was honored by President Obama as a 2012 recipient of the National Humanities Medal for his inspired teaching and writing.


Susan Swarts- Assistant Vice Provost and Assistant Dean

Susan Swarts is the Assistant Vice Provost and Assistant Dean for Administration with the UCLA Division of Undergraduate Education. Susan helped launch the Global Citizens Fellowship in 2013 and continues to be a strong supporter of the fellows in their preparation for travel and project implementation. A native Ohioan, she graduated from Ohio State University with a BA and MA and is now completing her doctoral degree in Education at the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies.


G. Jennifer WilsonG. Jennifer Wilson- Assistant Vice Provost for Honors

Dr. Wilson received her BA in English at the Center for Contemporary Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham in England and her Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Barbara. A UCLA Luckman Distinguished Teacher, she specializes in literature of the American South, with additional focuses on the uses of history, politics, and culture in literature, as well as on honors pedagogy. She directs the College Honors program at UCLA. Dr. Wilson is the UCLA faculty representative for prestigious national and international scholarships and fellowships, including the Strauss Scholarship, in which students must design and, if selected, implement a public service project.