Meet Us

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Survivor Advocate

Jess Glass Walsh (she, her)

Jess received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2019 and a Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina in 2021. Jess’ passion for advocacy work and supporting students grew from varying roles in student leadership positions, working as a Graduate Assistant at U of SC’s interpersonal violence office, and volunteering for a national sexual violence hotline. Jess enjoys making art, caring for her cat, Kitty, and puppy, Pippin, and is struggling to keep her plants alive. Jess is a Gemini and apologizes in advance. 

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Survivor Advocate

Makele White (she, they)

Makele identifies as queer. Makele obtained her Bachelors in Gender Studies from the University of Utah in 2018. Before coming to U of A, their work focused on reproductive healthcare, education and prevention in K-12 schools, and supporting survivors in a shelter setting. Makele is passionate about building community that is safe, intersectional, and collaborative. In their spare time, Makele creates pottery, cares for their plants and animals, and enjoys the beautiful Tucson desert. Makele is a Scorpio but she promises she’s nice. 

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Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Diana Lohr, LCSW (she, her)

Diana is also the program coordinator for the Oasis program.

Mary Belknap

Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Mary Belknap, MS, LPC (she, her)
Michael Biuso

Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Michael Biuso, MA, LPC (he, him)
Amy Cunningham

Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Amy Cunningham, LCSW (she, her)
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Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Erica Granillo, LCSW (she, her)
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Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Jennifer Jepson, PsyD, LCSW (she, her)
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Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Nichol LeBeau, LAC (she,her)
Wyatt Kanyer

Oasis Mental Health Counselor

Wyatt Kanyer, LSWAIC, RYT, TCTSY-F (he, him)