Meet Our Staff

The Well has assembled a caring, student-centered team of coordinators, mentors, and educators to help you get the most out of your UC Riverside experience. If you have any questions, problems, or a concern, we probably have someone on our staff that can't wait to help you through it. Our doors are open five days a week, and you're always welcome to contact us by phone or via e-mail.

 

The Well 2022
 
 
Connie Marmolejo, DrPH - Interim Director & Mental Health Educator
  • connie.marmolejo@ucr.edu 
  • 951-827-5642
  • Connie (she/her/ella) grew up in Southern California and received her BS in Health Science and Human Ecology and her Master of Public Health degree from Cal State San Bernardino. She earned her DrPH in Health Policy and Leadership from Loma Linda University, in which her research focused on student mental health and food security. She advises the peer group Active Minds, and her focus area is student mental health. She joined The Well family in 2018. Connie stays well by going to the gym, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.


Marisol Torres, MPH, MCHES - Interim Director & Health Educator III 
  • marisol.torres@ucr.edu
  • 951-827-2874
  • Marisol (she/her/ella) was born in Mexico and grew up in San Bernardino, CA. She earned her BS in Health Science and Human Ecology from Cal State San Bernardino and her Master of Public Health from UCLA. She advises the peer group Golden ARCHES, and her focus areas are sexual health, alcohol, and other substances. She joined The Well in 2017 and then again in 2021. Marisol stays well by jogging, working out, sleeping, and spending time with her family and friends. 
 

Daniel Lopez Salas - Health Educator II
  • daniel.lopez-salas@ucr.edu
  • 951-827-5501
  • Daniel was born near Mexico City and moved to the California at the age of 6. In 2016, he earned his BA in Linguistics and Anthropology at UC Riverside. Daniel advises the Public Health Peers, focusing on COVID-19 and Flu prevention and education across UC Riverside. Some of Daniel's ways to be well is hiking, biking, or finding new restaurants to eat at.