Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Asian American Activities Center
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Since joining the A³C staff in 1991, Cindy has worked with faculty, staff and alumni to build community and to create programming and opportunities that support students in their academic and co-curricular endeavors. Cindy works with students on programming, leadership development, and advising and collaborates with campus partners to ensure that the needs of students are met. Cindy also serves on various University committees and is a member of The Gates Scholarship Advisory Council. Cindy is a longtime Alameda resident who graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Math. Prior to coming to Stanford, she spent time in New York working as a speechwriter for David N. Dinkins who became the first African American Mayor in New York City.