(L to R: Pam McFadden & Maggie Chen-Hernandez)
Coordinator, Mosaic Multicultural Unity Center
Associate Director, Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions
Maggie’s heart runs green, having earned two Bachelors degrees from MSU (Psychology & Engineering Arts) and a Masters degree in Educational Administration from Michigan State. As an undergraduate student, she was a Resident Assistant and one of the founding members of the Asian Pacific American Student Organization (APASO). She has greatly enjoyed working with students to help them to learn about their cultural and social identities, to develop their leadership skills, and to ignite their potential to become future social justice advocates in the world. Currently, she can be found at Mosaic: The Multicultural Unity Center, developing learning opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to explore intercultural issues. as well as serving as a Co-Director of the mruleICA program.
Administrative Assistant, Mosaic Multicultural Unity Center
Pam is a hard-working, dedicated, and hilARIOUS professional. She has been working as a receptionist/secretary for over 20 years and current works as the Secretary here at Michigan State University’s Mosaic Multicultural Unity Center. Pam has held this position for the past 15 years. She enjoys spending time with her granddaughter, fishing, cooking, reading, and listening to a wide variety of music.