Cloe Zamora

Cloe Zamora
Youth Groundbreaker
Advocate Groundbreaker
Cloe Zamora (she/they) is a fourth-year International Student at Bishop’s University from Mexico, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Neuroscience and minoring in Fine Arts. She has been creating space for students in her various roles. She fights for change in her University making sure it becomes more equitable and inclusive. As president of Alpha Phi Women’s Fraternity, she changed the laws to ensure inclusivity and break through gender normativity commonly found in sororities. She has also given a voice to international and neurodivergent students in her role as a Peer Supporter working for BUnited. One of her core beliefs is that people need to feel seen, heard and have the space to express themselves. She uses this belief in everything she does and collaborates closely with University staff to give students the best resources they deserve.
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