Ana Terminel Iberri
Her interest in communication was fueled during her high school during, when she attended a series of protests in which she noticed that those present had a difficult time advocating on behalf of their cause. The inability of both sides to persuade those opposing their views led her to question the communication strategies and passion present in these types of settings.
During her undergraduate degree she studied Communication and minored in Justice Studies. As a graduate student, her research interests focus on the intersection of communication and issues of justice locally and globally. As a Director in CALL, she is intrigued by the power of public speaking and storytelling and their potential to act as tools for social change.
Cathy Cayetano is one of the Graduate Student Directors for the Communication Assessment Learning Lab (C.A.L.L.) and a second semester graduate student of the Masters of Arts Communications Studies Program (M.A.C.S.) at the Arizona State University West Campus. Cathy enjoys being a director in the lab because it allows her to be able to see the growth in everyone, from the mentees to the mentors. When she is not studying and/or working in C.A.L.L. Cathy enjoys spending time with her two loves, her son Pedro III (14 years) and her daughter Carolina (8 years) and with her supportive husband, Pedro Jr..
Saint Lozon Ranson
Saint Ranson was born December 16, 1988, in Clarksdale, MS, to Saint Applewhite & the late Mary Ranson. At an early age, do to family hardships & community instability, Saint learned that he was destined for excellence. He is a member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church also located in Clarksdale, MS where he plays keyboard, piano, and organ. In the fall of 2007 to the spring of 2009, he attended Coahoma Community College where he served as Student Government Association President, student ambassador, National Model United Nations member, Phi Theta Kappa member, the English Club, S.I.F.E. (Students in Free Enterprise), student tutor/mentor, and as well as Resident Assistant. In May of 2009, Ranson graduated with honors from Coahoma Community College earning his Associates Degree. In the fall of 2009, he transferred to Jackson State University where he majored in Speech Communication with a minor in Political Science and Theater.His main stage theatrical productions at JSU include: Livin Fat, The Drums Of Sweetwater, Before It Hits Home, Bubblin’ Brown Sugar the Musical, The Laramie Project, Black Nativity and Damn Yankees the Musical. He graduated from JSU Magna Cum Laude in May/2012 earning his Bachelors Degree. He is now one of the Graduate Student Directors here at Arizona State University at the West Campus and also graduate student in the MACS Program where he plans to complete his coursework to earn a Masters Degree. He loves to dance, sing, play football and play music. He believes that even through the hardest times and things in life, God gives us what he knows we can handle. Even though at times we feel we can’t, our own strength proves otherwise. His long-term goal in life is to become a professor in Communication & the Arts. His philosophy of life is: “The power to define is the power to destroy. Never let anyone define who YOU are.”