Meet the Staff
Aimée Milne, Associate Director of Case Management (formerly Aimée Polzin) (she/her) is an Oregon native and a 2002 graduate from Lewis and Clark with a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology. Prior to working at LC, she supported individuals in community mental health settings and worked in a pediatric eating disorder clinic. Her work with students encompasses supporting their efforts to identify and engage with appropriate resources both on campus and off campus to support overall wellness. She serves as a member of the Welfare Intervention Network and often participates in facilitating trainings for faculty and staff in supporting students who are experiencing mental health concerns.
Malavika Arun, Graduate Practicum Student (she/they) is a graduate student in Student Affairs Administration program at the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education & Counseling. They serve as a Graduate Area Director in the L&C Campus Living Office overseeing Stewart, Odell, and Akin halls and joins the Office of Case Management staff as a Graduate Practicum Student this semester. Originally from a small town in southern India, Malavika graduated from the United World College Diploma Program in 2015 and from Lewis & Clark College of Arts and Sciences in 2019 with a double major in Psychology and Theatre. She spent the past year working in residential mental health working with clients experiencing varying forms of schizophrenia. Through their work in Case Management, they are especially interested in working with BIPOC and international students in order to make care more accessible to these communities. They are also working with the Leaves And Re-entries Committee to support students taking a break from college. She is stoked to join the Case Management Team and learn more about supporting students in need.
Isaias Sanchez, Graduate Student Worker (he/him) is a California native born and raised in Downtown Los Angeles and identifies as a Guatemalan-American, Latinx male, and first-generation He is a graduate from Lewis & Clark with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & English. He is currently attending the Graduate School at Lewis & Clark in the Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy Program. He supported and advocated communities in Los Angeles that aren’t aware of the resources that are available around them. His future work will involve advocating for students that are underrepresented and that lack resources and support them to identify and engage with appropriate resources both on campus and off campus to support overall wellness. He serves as a member of the Student Health Advisory Board and is a representative of the Graduate Student Union.