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Meet Randy Moore, Diversity and Inclusion Center Intern

By Randy Moore

Hello everyone, my name is Randy Moore and I will be representing Viterbo in many ways this year. One of those ways will be through Viterbo’s diversity program as the diversity intern.

Though I come from the small town of Los Lunas, N.M., I was not born in the U.S. I was born on the small island of Okinawa, Japan. In fact, I have traveled to many places in the world such as Australia, Germany, and all over the U.S. I am a senior at Viterbo, my major is business administration and I run on the track and field team. I am a very outgoing and motivated person who loves to get involved with my team, community, and friends. I enjoy being active, helping people and the great outdoors. I also enjoy many aspects of culture in my life including a variety of sports, diverse foods, cooking experiments, and music genres such as rap, hip-hop, reggaeton, Spanish music, electric dance music, country, R&B, Christian rock, and Christian metal. 

I love doing all that I can to help the people that come to me with even the smallest of tasks; nothing is beneath me when someone is in need. I go out of my way to make sure that everyone is satisfied and to leave a lasting impression that I can be counted on in the future. Feel free to stop by the Diversity and Inclusion Center in Murphy Center 542 this semester. It is open to everyone and there are many great resources and events happening.