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It brings us great pleasure to introduce ourselves as your 2022-2023 Black Recruitment and Orientation Committee (BROC) coordinators!!! We are a team of students who work with the Black Community Services Center to welcome the new class of Black students. We are incredibly busy organizing a variety of events that will help you get to know your fellow classmates, learn more about Stanford, and gain valuable insight from current students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Congratulations, and welcome to Stanford! You are beginning an exciting journey, and we’re here to ensure a memorable transition for you.

2022-2023 Black Recruitment & Outreach Coordinators

Mikayla Tillery (She/Her)

Class Year: 2025

Organizations: Associated Students of Stanford University, Black Student Union, Black Community Services Center, Stanford Student Alumni Council, and Partnerships for Climate Justice in the Bay Area 

Why I joined BROC: I wanted to be a BROC coordinator because I had such an amazing Black support system during my transition to Stanford! I hope to pay that forward by helping actualize fun, informative, and engaging events to support the next class of frosh through the transition

Keithan Ducre (He/Him)

Class Year: 2025

Organizations: Hume Center

Why I joined BROC: I am so enthused to join the BROC team for the year! The BROC staff during my matriculation to Stanford played an integral role in creating excitement and a community for my peers and me to engage in. Taking on that role for the next group of students means the world. 



Ruby Onsongo (She/Her)

Class Year: 2024

Organizations: Society of Black Students and Engineers (SBSE), Stanford Undergraduate Materials Society (SUMS), Stanford Biodesign

Why I joined BROC: I joined BROC because I wanted to help create exciting, welcoming programming that helps other students connect with the Black community on campus! I was also interested in learning more about the work that goes into planning these events and help promote them to my peers.