Rachell Enriquez (Tohono O'odham) has worked in multiple departments over her years on campus. Her passion for seeing student’s success began as an undergraduate. Her fondest memories as an undergraduate were volunteering for the Ethnic & Gender Cultural Centers, Native American Student Programs & Chicano Student Programs. These cultural centers provided her with resources and tools needed to embrace herself, her values, and inspired her to continue practicing native ways and learn more about her Tohono O’odham heritage. She dreamt of someday being given the opportunity to work for a campus cultural program where she could pay it forward. Rachell’s commitment of dedication to student’s success was earned. Rachell recently joined Native American Student Programs as Program Coordinator. When not working, Rachell enjoys attending cultural events, spending time with her family, raising a college student, reading, singing, dancing, cooking, and definitely eating.