Meet Our Fellows

Whitt Harper

Hey y’all! I am Whitt Harper (he/him). I am from Little Rock, Arkansas, and I am a senior in the Neuroscience Department, where I study brain-brain interactions in autism. As an autistic person, I also challenge myself and other researchers to incorporate autistic narratives and voices into their work. Beyond working as an AccessAbility Center Fellow, I work as an RCA in Butler College and stay involved with the Princeton Disability Collective (DisCo). Otherwise, I enjoy running on the nature trails around Princeton. Talk with me about disability in academia, disability representation on campus, and anything and everything autism. I look forward to meeting you at the AccessAbility Center!

Whitt Harper

Katie Daniels

Katie Daniels is a Sophomore studying neuroscience on the premedical path. She joined the AccessAbility Center during her first semester at Princeton to connect with and uplift the voices of individuals with disabilities in the Princeton community. Katie is particularly passionate about spreading awareness for invisible disabilities inspired by her own experience with eight concussions and a chronic illness. When not in the AccessAbility Center, Katie can often be found studying in East Pyne or baking cookies. During her next few years as a fellow, she hopes to keep learning from others' experience with disabilities in order to continue building the community of support at Princeton and advance the center's advocacy efforts.

Katie Daniels

Pia Sarah Haykel

Pia Sarah Haykel (she/her) is a Junior in the History Department pursuing certificates in French and Persian. Pia Sarah first joined the AccessAbility Center staff as a Junior after an empowering experience sharing her story with the AccessAbility Fellows and community at large in a Student Spotlight. For Pia Sarah, AccessAbility means open communication and dialogue, carving out significant spaces for self care, creating community in what can feel like an overwhelming campus, and giving ourselves and each other the power to share our stories and use our voices. She is a happy cataloguer of Rare Books and Special Collections, nature lover, and pilates enthusiast who you can find on the C floor of Firestone Library. Pia Sarah hopes to be a support to other students with disabilities and to live by the words of Maya Angelou - “If you must look back, do so forgivingly. If you must look forward, do love prayerfully. However, the wisest thing you can do is be present in the present…Gratefully.”

Pia Sarah Haykel

Reina Coulibaly

Reina Coulibaly (she/her) is a Senior in the Department of Religion pursuing certificates in Gender and Sexuality Studies and American Studies. Reina first joined the AccessAbility Center staff as a Sophomore and has a special interest in educating on how disability intersects with other identities, like race, gender, class, and culture. She is a proud Butler Bee, plant mom, and fiber artist who you'll often find sipping on a dirty iced chai latte (even in the Winter!)

As she graduates this year, Reina hopes to see the AAC reach even more people, joining the Princeton community in a sense of solidarity, celebration, and friendship with disabled colleagues and classmates.

Reina Coulibaly

Elleen Xue

Hi Everyone! I’m Elleen Xue, a member of the class of 2026 from Connecticut and Shanghai intending to concentrate in Classics. Some of my interests include: disability advocacy, Alzheimer's Disease research, and Ancient Greek and Roman medicine and their respective implications on modern medical practice. I love the center because it’s a safe and welcoming space for everyone on campus, whether you have an interest in or experience with disability advocacy or not. Please feel free to reach out to me about anything!

Elleen Xue

Fiona Galvis

Hi everyone! I am a junior from New York City, majoring in SPIA with certificates in History and the Practice of Diplomacy, European Cultural Studies, and Contemporary European Politics and Society. I joined the AccessAbility Center at the beginning of my sophomore year, as I was looking for a place on campus to continue the advocacy work I had grown up doing! When I’m not at the Center, you can find me taking pictures for the Daily Princetonian, spending time outdoors, or painting with my friends.

Fiona Galvis