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Meet the Community Response Team

Our Community Responders

Reba McCutcheon

Associate Dean of Students

Reba is Associate Dean of Students, Care and Crisis Services, serving as a Senior member of the Crisis Management Team and oversees the Community Response Team. She serves in an advisory capacity for both Body Positive Cornell and Nature RX, and is a member of the Tompkins County Suicide Prevention Coalition. Reba served on the university’s Mental Health Review, has presented at national conferences such as CIVSA and IVY+ and holds memberships with NASPA, ACHA, and NAMI.

Jordan Ferrari

Community Response Coordinator

103 Appel Commons

As a Boston Posse Scholar, Jordan earned a B.A. in Gender Studies at Bucknell University. In their undergraduate studies, Jordan volunteered as an interpersonal violence peer educator, trained as a RAINN (R*pe, Abuse, & Inc*st National Network) volunteer, served as an ambassador for the Peace Corps, and studied social justice and human rights in Berlin, Stockholm, Rabat, the Sahara Desert, and Cape Town. 

Ana Riley

Community Response Coordinator

103 Appel Commons

Ana Riley is a Community Response Coordinator, part of the CRT. Ana has several years of experience in the human services field, having worked as both a family caseworker and subsidized housing caseworker prior to coming to Cornell. Committed to social justice, Ana deeply cares about helping others through times of crisis in a way that honors their identity and own measure of success. 

Sandra Valdes-Lopez

Community Response Coordinator

103 Appel Commons

Sandra (she/her/ella) joins the Community Response Team from Southern California, bringing to the Cornell community deep commitments to care approaches that are trauma and resiliency-informed, intersectional, culturally humble, equity and justice-minded, body-inclusive, and compassionate. Sandra has had the privilege of partnering with a number of communities in international and domestic human services contexts and in higher education contexts, learning along the way that vulnerability is a gift and superpower that should be received and engaged with respect and tender regard.