Partners

Nancy Davis

Nancy Davis
College of Engineering Advisor
Office Hours: Wednesday 2:30-4:30pm

Nancy Davis has been an academic advisor at UC Davis for 15 years, the last 10 years in the College of Engineering. She is available for questions relating to students' academic experience at UCD, whether they are in the College of Engineering or not.Nancy is typically in the AB 540 Center Wednesday afternoons for drop in appointments.

Bethany Wellman

Bethany Wellman
Psy.D., Post-Doctoral Resident

Bethany is a post-doctoral resident with Student Health and Counseling Services.  She obtained her Psy.D. from Marshall University and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Texas at El Paso.  She is a first generation, non-traditional, college student from a small coal mining community in southern West Virginia and her research focuses on systemically decreasing barriers for mental health treatment. She loves painting, roadside attractions, and live music.

Gabriel Zamudio

Gabriel Zamudio
M.S., Psychology Doctoral Intern

Gabriel Zamudio has over 7 years of experience doing college and community counseling, with a vast majority of them being with college student populations. He previously worked in San Antonio, Texas and the Dallas, Fort Worth area providing services to underserved and undocumented Latino populations before coming to UC Davis this year. Originally from Monterrey, Mexico, Gabriel has a background as an international student as well as a Latinx working his way up in the American educational system. Gabriel’s way of working with students is a collaborative approach, where students can identify and process their own values and strengths, and how to use them to shape better outcomes.

Fun fact: Gabriel likes cooking (all kinds!)

Office hours: By appointment.

 

Anel Morales

Anel Morales
Legal Fellow
University of California Immigrant Legal Services Center

Anel was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She moved to Northern California to attend UC Santa Cruz where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies and Sociology as well as a minor in Latin American and Latino Studies. She recently graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA. She has been involved with several non-profit organizations providing legal services to undocumented immigrants in both the Santa Cruz area and Los Angeles area, and also in East Boston where she worked for a law firm. In her capacity as law clerk, she had the opportunity to work on various forms of immigration relief, such as Asylum petitions for both adults and juveniles, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, and marriage applications. Through her clinical experience at Northeastern University, she grappled with the intersection of immigration and labor law and successfully represented immigrants in unemployment hearings before administrative officers. She has also worked on business immigration matters at a law firm in downtown Los Angeles prior to starting law school and while in law school, she interned at Northeastern University’s Office of the General Counsel conducting similar work. She is bilingual and speaks Spanish and English.