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Peer Mentor/Student Staff

ACE Peer Mentors play a central role in assisting students and ensuring that they learn valuable academic and life skills. Our peers are a consistent source of encouragement and support for students throughout the semester as they motivate and help students realize their potential. Peer Mentors function as leaders, course and workshop facilitators, and overall positive role models.

Meet the people who make our mission happen.

vmeza3@uic.edu

Veronica Meza

Veronica Meza is, currently, a junior majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Spanish and Disabilities and Human Development. She became a student at UIC during the Fall 2013 semester after graduating from Von Steuben Metropolitan High School. In the past, Veronica has volunteered in youth programs, such as Sprouting Leaders to help third graders with science, and both seventh and eighth grade girls in overcoming issues they have with school. After graduation, she plans to pursue her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy.

In her free time, Veronica loves to relieve stress by going to the gym or by going for a short run.  She also loves to spend time with her family and friends by exploring new cafés, restaurants, playing sports, going camping, and traveling around Chicago.

Khalil Suliman

Khalil Suliman is a 4th year senior at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is expected to graduate in May 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Computer Science.

Khalil is,also, on the board for the UIC Muslim Student Association (MSA) on campus. In his free time,Khalil likes to play video games and learn new skills in programming.

Khalil Suliman