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Meet Our 2019 Pre-O Student Leadership Team!

Jaide Hinds-Clarke, from Westwood, N.J., is a junior student-athlete on the women’s basketball team and was awarded the first recipient of the “Ginny Doyle Scholarship” last season. Recently, she was honored as a recipient of the 2019 Black and Bold Leadership award from Diversity Richmond. 

Hinds-Clarke was a three-time Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week during her freshman season in 2016-17. This season (2018-2019), Hinds-Clarke has been one the most improved players in the Atlantic 10 Conference with eight double-doubles, including nine in a row. She was second on the team in scoring, including a career-high 20 points against Dayton. She grabbed a career-high 19 rebounds against VCU, ninth most in a single-game in school history.

Hinds-Clarke spent the summer of 2018 serving as a full-time intern at the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities and served as a facilitator in their week-long social justice retreat for high school students. She is passionate about social justice issues and hopes to continue to pursue her love for creating more inclusive places for all people. She has already made an immediate impact through her leadership as a co-founder and co-president of the University of Richmond’s “Shades of Pride” affinity group, supporting LGBTQ students of color.

Hinds-Clarke will graduate in May 2020 with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Sociology and Leadership and with a minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality studies. She is a part of the National Society of Leadership and Success and has landed on the A-10 Academic honor roll each year. She has goals and aspirations of pursuing a career as a Chief Inclusion and Equity Officer for the NCAA.

Jaide Hinds-Clarke

Tuan Le is a rising sophomore (Class of 2022) from West Chester, PA pursuing a dual degree between Mathematical Economics and Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and a minor in Computer Science. In his free time, he enjoys reading and sitting outside, going out with his friends, and going to parties. He also really enjoys exercise, and wakes up every morning before class to either lift weights or run around the lake. His favorite TV show is JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Some of his favorite artists are Khalid, Eminem, and Queen.

Besides being involved with New Student Orientation and Multicultural Pre-Orientation, he also serves as the Ambassador Chair for the Asian American Student Union, which he helped create. He also serves as a Family Cluster Leader for the Peer Advisors and Mentors Program this coming year. He is passionate about learning and growing in inclusive communities and fostering mutual understanding between all members of the community.

Tuan Le

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