Meet our Peer Educators!

The CARE Peer Educators are a group of UNCW students whose goal is to reduce the risk of interpersonal violence in the hopes of elimination. This goal is realized through interactive presentations, tabling events, discussions, films and panels, and awareness campaigns that reach out to University students. Check out some of our CARE Peer Program Pictures.


Rachael Grosser

Hometown: Oak Ridge, NC

Major: Psychology

 I became a Peer Educator because the CARE office is an extremely important place on campus. I want to be a part of the team so that I can grow my knowledge about the issues that CARE focuses on and also so that I am able to spread awareness to my peers. I have recently determined that, in the future, I would love to work with students of all ages and encourage them throughout all of the trials school can put us through.

Diamond Haywood

Diamond Haywood

Hometown: Jackson, NC 

Major: Social Work 


I became a CARE peer educator because I want to be a part of a community dedicated to making our campus a safe environment for all. 


Isa Pleasants

Hometown: Wilmington, NC 

Major: Communication Studies with a minor and in Non-Profit Management  


I joined CARE because I wanted to make a tangible positive impact on this campus. Spreading the messages of education, advocacy, awareness, and self-love has been such a fulfilling part of my life at UNCW. 


Kat Weber

Kat Divijata

Hometown: Anaheim, California

Major: Communication Studies


 I became a CARE peer educator because I wanted to be apart of a community that not only stands up for those who are knocked down, but also directly helps those individuals. CARE does exactly that.