Tavin Martin is a double major in Global Affairs and Education, Schooling and Society with a minor in Latino Studies who currently serves as Director of Diversity and Inclusion, First-Generation Low Income Division. She is a proud resident of Lyons Hall, but when she’s not on campus she lives in the city of Evansville in SouthWestern Indiana. In her first year on campus, Tavin served in various departments within student government including Dept. of University Policy, Dept. of Diversity and Inclusion, Dept. of Health and Well Being, and Dept. of Gender relations. She was also selected as a member of Student Government’s First Undergraduate Experience in Leadership program, and she worked within the Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee. When Tavin’s not in the Student Government office, you can find her playing rugby with the Notre Dame Women’s Rugby Team, volunteering at La Casa de Amistad and the Robinson Center, or attending meetings for the Evansville Youth City Council. After spending her entire high school career working as a barista, you can usually find Tavin drinking coffee on or off-campus (usually at Cloud Walking Cafe), or she may be lifting weights in the Rock. Whether you want to chat about the first-gen college experience, education reform, or student government, Tavin is always willing to grab food or coffee!