Diversity Education Trainer
Eric Sanchez, M.Ed., serves as a Diversity and Inclusion Educator for the University of California, Davis in the Vice Chancellor's Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Eric supports the campus diversity education program which includes being called upon by academic and administrative departments and units regarding diversity and inclusion issues. Having worked with UC Davis undergraduates in the areas of retention, persistence, and graduation since 2001, he serves as a strong resource and frame of reference for the intersection on diversity and inclusion topics with the undergraduate experience. Prior to joining the Office of Campus and Community Relations in 2018 he served as the Assistant Director of the UC Davis TRIO Scholars Program (SSS); a federally grant funded program serving low-income and first-generation undergraduates at UC Davis. An alumnus of UC Davis, Eric has been on campus since 1999 and has facilitated a myriad of diversity and inclusion themed workshops, trainings, courses, and presentations since 2002; including the Developing Deeper Advising Relationships series.