Sandler Center Staff

The Sandler Center mission is implemented through the hard work and dedication of a team of Undergraduate and Graduate students.

 2019 Staff Picture

2019-2020 Staff

 Matta Web

Matta Sannoh, Graduate Assistant

Hometown: Washington, DC

Program: Masters in Public Health

I choose to work at The Sandler Center because the best way to battle against drug and alcohol addiction is to stop it before it starts. This graduate assistant position is a wonderful opportunity to educate students on prevention tactics while remaining involved on campus. In my free time, I enjoy visiting cafes, reading books, and taking in a good view. 

 

Katy Haller, MPH Intern

Hometown: Pittsburg, PA

Program: Masters in Public Health

 

 

 Hope 2018

Hope Cherian, Peer Educator

Hometown: Chicago, IL

Major: Health Sector Management & Policy

I choose to work for the Sandler Center because it is important to me that my peers are educated about making smart decisions concerning drugs and alcohol. Outside of the Sandler Center, I enjoy experiencing different cities, trying new foods, and going to Wrigley Field to watch the Cubs.



Bobby 2018 

Bobby Chabloz, Peer Educator

Hometown: St. Louis, MO

Major: Nursing

I work for the Sandler Center to educate students and influence them to make safe decisions. In my free time,I like Jet skiing and watching the Blues.  

 

 

 

 Maddie 2018

Maddie Darish, Peer Educator

Hometown: Metro Detroit, MI

Major: Exercise Physiology

I choose to work for the Sandler Center because I think it is important that UM students know what do if they or their friends are in a serious situation regarding their health. I enjoy Scuba diving, watching TLC, wakeboarding, boating on the Detroit River.

 

 

Tej Bhasin, Peer Educator

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Major: Finance, Sports Administration

I choose to work at the Sandler Center because I care about my peer’s safety and well-being. I believe that as a peer educator, I am given the tools and the platform to truly impact people’s lives and help them to make smart decisions while using alcohol and other drugs. The Sandler Center is unique in that it allows students to teach other students and removes the barrier of understanding that can arise between students and the administration. As a peer educator, I have the potential to have a real impact on my peers.

 

 

Julie Erhardt, Peer Educator

Hometown: Haddon Township, NJ

Major: International Finance


 

 Emma Michiels

Emma Michiels, Peer Educator

Hometown: Englewood, NJ

Major: Human and Social Development

I choose to work at The Sandler Center for many reasons. I first heard about The Sandler Center through two of my close friends at UM who were actually peer educators in previous years. They recommended I apply as they know me to be a person who loves educating and helping others. Another reason I chose to work at The Sandler Center is that I wanted to be involved in a prevention program and gain experience within my field of interest.