Reagan Le is the middle child of Vietnamese refugee parents and is a first generation college graduate who was born and mostly raised in the Portland Metropolitan Area. He considers himself a triple Beaver as he earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Oregon State University, and currently, serves as the Director for Diversity & Cultural Engagement (DCE) supporting the needs of the Cultural Resource Centers and their initiatives. Prior to returning to Oregon State University, he worked at the University of Oregon and Colorado State University.
Beyond DCE, he is actively engaged on/off campus by serving on such things as the Bias Response Team, President and Provost’s Leadership Council for Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice, Community Wellness, Education and Safety Network (CWESN) Advisory Group, Pacific Islander Student Alliance Steering Committee, and as faculty advisor for the Vietnamese Student Association.
Reagan seeks inspiration through mutual learning and developing spaces for “ah ha moments” around social/political/cultural/racial/environmental justice, identity development, and innovations. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, road trips, hiking, biking, photography, visiting museums, good food with family/friends, archiving and being a budget audiophile.