RCSA Officers

Regina Choy, (President)

My name is Regina Choy, and I'm in my second and final year in the Rehabilitation Counseling Program. I am on the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor track with the hopes to one day working with the veterans with disabilities. As a veteran, I strive to provide the very best to all and hope to do the same for the Rehabilitation Counseling Student Organization. In my spare time I enjoy volunteering for community clean-ups, running a local 5K, and spending time with my family. Thank you for giving me this opportunity.


Gabriela Navarro, (Vice President)

Stephanie Mendoza-Sahagun, (Treasurer)

My name is Stephanie Mendoza-Sahagun and I am a first year student in the Rehabilitation Counseling program. I was born and raised in Chula Vista. During the pandemic, I was a Special Education teacher for people with Moderate/Severe disabilities. I have transitioned to now working with adults with disabilities. On my free time, I enjoy spending time with family, trying new restaurants, and listening to music! I love getting connected with my community and hope to build on them!


Brenda Esparza, (Secretary)


A little bit about me, I am now in my second year through the distance program. I work as an Instructional Aide for special education at an elementary school, however, I would like to work at a DSPS community college office in the near future. I received my bachelors in Gender, Ethnicity, and Multicultural Studies from Cal Poly Pomona. I am a first generation college student from my family and who have been the driving force in support behind my pursuit in higher education. In this program, I have already met so many people who genuinely care about servicing within their community and giving back. I look forward to the opportunities this program offers, and the resources available for off campus and through distance learning. Thank you for giving me this chance to be a part of creating a safe space for students to receive support and connect with like-minded individuals with similar aspirations.  

Amalia Mendoza, (Recognized Student Organization Liaison)

My name is Amalia Mendoza and I am a 3rd-year student in the Rehabilitation Counseling Major. I aspire to become a DSPS College Counselor or work for the Department of Rehabilitation. Since the moment I was an undergrad I knew I wanted to go to Grad School. I started preparing myself, asking questions and getting involved and when senior year came around, I knew it was time to apply. I could not be any happier when my acceptances came in and all my hard work had paid off. Once someone told me you have been preparing yourself since you were a child. The person was right, I am delighted to be part of the SDSU family and to keep on striving for success and making my family proud. This is all for my parents and the sacrifices they have made and for a better future. Thank you! Looking forward to graduation, upcoming endeavors and keep enjoying my journey to be able to be of guidance/representation for my community.


Fabiola Guerrero, (Distance Program Liaison)

My name is Fabiola Guerrero. I am in my second year in the distance Rehabilitation Counseling Program. I am interested in obtaining a career supporting and counseling students with disabilities in post-secondary education. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of California, San Diego and am proud to be completing my graduate studies through San Diego State University. My favorite self-care activities include nature walks, strength training, listening to podcasts and reading nonfiction books.


Gurleen Grewal (Appointed Liaison)

My name is Gurleen Grewal. I am a second-year student in the Rehabilitation Counseling Program and on the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor track. I completed my bachelor's degree from Sacramento State University, majoring in Psychology. I plan to work in the rehabilitation counseling field and try to make a difference in society.









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