About Us

Amie Rodriquez

Amie Rodriquez, Administrative Support Coordinator


Amie is the Administrative Support Coordinator for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Inside the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Amie is responsible for the coordination, marketing, and funding of events and grants awarded through the office, as well as general administrative support. She is also the Operations Coordinator for the Institute for Student Success, a bi-annual professional development event for staff, faculty and administrators. She is an alumni of HSU and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work with an emphasis in working with youth and a Masters in Business with an emphasis in Sustainability.  Prior to moving to Humboldt, and during her time as an HSU student, Amie held a variety of positions, including "House Mother" at Casa De Vida, a home for pregnant teens in Reno, Nevada, Chiropractic Assistant, Office Manager, and Assistant Manager in Hospitality/Customer Service. Amie's volunteerism includes working with populations differing in age, ability, race, religion, sexual orientation and socio-economic status. She is most passionate about her work with the Northern California Girl Scouts, which focuses on addressing the social issues that middle school girls encounter. On her time off, Amie enjoys reading, scrapbooking, baking and visiting family/friends out of town.

Jennifer Eichstedt

Jennifer Eichstedt, Bias Response Coordinator


Jennifer is the current HSU Bias Response Coordinator. She has been working with students, staff and faculty to develop this system over the last three years, and has been an active participant in social justice work on HSU's campus for 13 years. She serves as a Professor in the Sociology Department and also collaborates in Conflict Resolution activities. Her passions grow out of being a working class white woman within a multi-racial family. She is an artist, dog trainer, and avid reader; and understands the importance of telling one's story and working towards resolution. Come talk with her or have her come to your University unit to lead a workshop or discussion on bias response!