Student Coordinators/Receptionists

Emily Ferrari, Coordinator


I’m Emily, and I am a senior majoring in Biology with a minor in Psychology. I do genetics research on campus, and after graduation, I plan to pursue a career as a genetic counselor. Beyond my academics, I love watching movies and playing music (and talking about the combination of the two). What I love most about the Writing Program at Swarthmore is the sense of community that comes from working as a part of this team. I love seeing the unique aspects that each WA brings to their role within the Program and how all of those strengths combine to shape the role that the Program plays within in the larger Swarthmore community. As WAs, we function as fellow classmates with the time and resources to provide an extra prospective during the writing process. The Writing Program is an invaluable addition to our academic environment, and I am very happy to be a part of it.


Cindy Lim, Coordinator  


I’m Cindy, a senior majoring in Political Science and minoring in Philosophy. Working as a WA has taught me the importance of every step involving the writing process as well as the value of asking questions about how you go about those steps. The various opportunities the Writing Program provides to discuss these questions with others have been especially valuable for me, and I’m certain that others who become involved with the Program will find this cooperative model of learning helpful as well. 

Sophie Moody, Coordinator 


I'm Sophie, a senior neuroscience major and Arabic minor from New York. I am on the swim team, and I enjoy spending my time eating good food and being outdoors. I appreciate the Writing Program because it celebrates the diversity and the myriad of styles in writing, bringing together writers with different academic backgrounds to collaborate and discuss their work and ideas. One of my favorite parts about being a Writing Associate is the opportunity I have to participate in this collaborative dialogue, broadening my own knowledge of different materials and effective writing styles through conversations with members of the community. 



Seetha Davis, Receptionist 











Aly Ye, Receptionist