Sandler Center Staff

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

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2019-2020 Staff

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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. 

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Katy Haller, MPH Intern

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA

Program: Masters in Public Health

I decided to work at the Sandler Center because I am passionate about social responsibility. Through my position, I am able to help keep our campus community safer in a fun and exciting way. In my free time, I am either at the beach or reading some obscure nonfiction.


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Adeeb Ahmed, Peer Educator

Hometown: Stuart, FL

Major: International Finance, Marketing & Management

I choose to work at the Sandler Center because I love being able to educate my peers while gaining valuable experience that can be used all throughout my career. I'm very passionate about being a peer educator, I’ve gained new skills & tips to better my own life and share them with the UM community. I also really enjoy being able to implement my own creativity into programs developed to teach our student body ways to stay safe through interactive events. In my free time, I love meeting new people and creating new memories!

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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.  






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Kirra Peery, Peer Educator

Hometown: San Fransisco, CA

Major: Marketing & Real Estate

I choose to work at the Sandler Center because I love engaging with my fellow ‘Canes. Being a peer educator allows me to address important topics such as safe consumption of alcohol and other drugs, with the intention of hopefully improving someone’s understanding and overall wellbeing. In my free time I love golfing, photography, and exploring all of the culinary opportunities Miami has to offer.











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Julie Erhardt, Peer Educator

Hometown: Haddon Township, NJ

Major: International Finance

I choose to work for the Sandler Center because it gives me an opportunity to help people. I’m excited to teach my peers about the resources they have available in case they get into a bad situation relating to drug and alcohol safety. In my free time at school, I love hanging by the pool, eating at Vicky Bakery, and playing IM sports.


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Emma Michiels, Peer Educator

Hometown: Englewood, NJ

Major: Human and Social Development

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.