Communication and Consent Educators (CCEs)

CCEs are part of a larger group of around 60 undergraduates who work within Yale’s wide variety of communities to promote a more positive sexual climate on campus. To do this, CCEs share skills through learning experiences such as the Myth of Miscommunication workshop taken by all first years and create spaces for informed, productive discussions. CCEs can also connect students to resources for dealing with sexual misconduct and would be happy to discuss any issues related to Yale’s campus culture.

Your 2023-2024 Hopper CCEs

Lucía Amaya Martinez

Lucía Amaya Martinez is a member of the class of 2025 majoring in History with a certificate in Human Rights. She was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia and loves all types of Latin American music and dances. In addition to being a CCE she is involved with Club Colombia and is a Spanish language tutor. In her free time, she loves reading, going on long walks, discovering new music from all over the world, and writing poetry.

Fardouza Farah

Fardouza Farah is a member of the class of 2026 in Grace Hopper college pursuing a major in Ethnicity, Race & Migration. She was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa but is most recently from Owatonna, Minnesota. Outside of CCE, she is a board member in the Yale Muslim Student Association and the Yale Black Muslims Society. She serves on the Muslim YouthLeadership Council at “Advocates for Youth”, and leads the consent team at The Body Org. She enjoys candy crush, arcade games, and boba runs in her free time.

Maya Fonkeu

Maya Fonkeu (she/her) is a member of the class of 2025 majoring in Ethics, Politics, and Economics and is originally from Easton, Pennsylvania. Outside of working as a CCE she‘s also the Yale College Council VP. She loves to read, travel, and hang out with her friends. On campus you can probably find her studying in the Acorn or hanging out in Hopper’s buttery!

Sabrina Mellinghoff

Sabrina Mellinghoff (she/her) is a Grace Hopper ‘24 and a sprinter on the Varsity Track and Field Team. She is majoring in German and History of Science and Medicine, and is a Global Health Scholar on the pre-med track. She is passionate about working towards a healthier culture on campus through her role as a CCE, and in her free time can be found spending time with her housemates on her porch.

Annelise Quintero

Annelise Quintero is a member of the class of 2026, majoring in Ethnicity, Race, & Migration. She is a proud SoCal resident who is passionate about human rights, environmental justice, and she looks forward to fighting our broken systems in the future. In addition to being a CCE, she dances as a member of Rhythmic Blue and teaches dance at the IRIS center with CityStep. She loves watching movies with friends, listening to music, and you can always reach out to explore coffee shops together and chat!