Who We Are
Title/s: Program Coordinator
Women Initiatives & Community Outreach
Specialty Area: Loyola University Chicago Empowering Sisterhood (LUCES), Empowerment Pipeline High School Outreach, and Ramblers Analyzing Whiteness (RAW)
Office #: DSC 118
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers
Naseeb currently serves in the role as Program Coordinator in which she oversees the program development of Loyola University Chicago Empowering Sisterhood (LUCES), Empowerment Pipeline High School Outreach, Social Justice Dinner Dialogues (SJDDs) and Ramblers Analyzing Whiteness. Each of these programs are geared to support Women of Color, CPS High School students, and all Loyola students looking to develop a deeper understanding of social identities, leadership, and social justice.
Originally from the West Coast, Naseeb Bhangal completed her Bachelors in Political Science and Psychology at Gonzaga University and is currently completing the M.Ed. Higher Education program at Loyola University Chicago. Prior to moving to Chicago, Naseeb served as an Orientation Coordinator and worked closely with first-year students and families at Gonzaga University. For the last year-and-a-half, Naseeb has served the Department of Residence Life, specifically the Simpson and San Francisco residential communities, as an Assistant Resident Director.
Naseeb looks forward to incorporating her passion for storytelling and critical pedagogy into the Program Coordinator role, which will focus on leadership development, advocacy and outreach through various programs provided in SDMA. When she's not reflecting on her next "aha" moment to share with students or asking the questions "why" and "how" for the millionth time, you can find her running on the Lakeshore path, calling her grandparents in India or baking the perfect chocolate chip cookie.