Trevor Tezel, SFS 2015
Omika Jikaria, SFS 2015
“I support the establishment of the Georgetown Disability Cultural Center because all Georgetown students deserve a safe space on campus that can engender strong personal identity, while offering support in navigating academic and student life.”
Trevor Tezel (SFS 2015) is the President of the Georgetown University Students Association (GUSA). He is an international politics major and former chair of the College Democrats. Trevor also serves on the Campus Life Working Group, the Sexual Assault Working Group, and the Healey Family Student Center Committee.
“Georgetown University has always been at the forefront of creating a campus environment that is welcoming to all students, and the DCC is a crucial aspect of that. Our administration fully supports and endorses this important initiative.”
Omika Jikaria (SFS 2015) is the Vice President of the Georgetown University Students Association (GUSA). She is majoring in Science, Technology, and International Affairs. Omika was the Executive Director of the 41st National Collegiate Security Conference (NCSC) and choreographer for Rangila. She is also a Women Advancing Gender Equity (WAGE) Fellow and a sister in Delta Phi Epsilon (DPE) Professional Foreign Service Sorority.
Image: Trevor and Omika standing in Sellinger Lounge of the Leavey Student Center. Trevor is a white man with short brown hair wearing an ivory t-shirt that says St. Louis, and Omika is a South Asian woman with medium length dark brown hair wearing a deep purple top and black sweater. They are holding the same handwritten sign that says, “Disability Justice for Georgetown!”