Meet the Team

Diana Karageozian


Diana Karageozian, LCSW 

Empathy | Woo | Developer | Input | Connectedness

Diana graduated from Fresno State with a Bachelor's and Master's in Social Work. She is originally from San Francisco and considers herself not just an Ally, but an Accomplice for social justice.

"When I meet with you, I want you to leave feeling hopeful, relaxed and supported, so you can move forward toward your personal goals."







Anna Ruelas-Gomez


Anna Ruelas-Gomez, LCSW

Intellection | Empathy | Learner | Developer | Maximizer

Anna started her college experience at College of the Sequoias and went on to complete her Bachelor's and Master's in Social Work at Fresno State. She was born to immigrant parents from whom she has learned her biggest lessons. 

"My goal is to provide you a safe place where you can be yourself. I will listen to your experience and support you in this important chapter of your life."







Komalpreet Sangha


Komalpreet Sangha

Futuristic | Focus | Relator | Significance | Consistency

Komalpreet graduated from Stanislaus State with a B.A. in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. She is now pursuing her M.A. in Higher Education Administration and Leadership.

"I am grateful to be a part of Project HOPE because I get to provide support to students during their time of need. It is always comforting to know you are not alone in your journey."








VeronicaVeronica Portugal

Harmony | Developer | Connectedness | Input | Significance

Veronica graduated from Fresno State with a BA in Psychology. She is now pursuing a Master's in Social Work and her PPS credential.

"My goal is to provide a service to students that is free of judgment and promotes HOPE. I want students to feel empowered an supported during difficult times." 









Jae OliverJae Oliver

Adaptability | Learner | Arranger | Futuristic | Responsibility 

Jae is in her final year as an undergraduate Social Work student. She hopes to earn her Master's in Social Work at Arizona State University and eventually become a LCSW.

"It's very enlightening to be able to work with college students and address the hardships that may be impacting their education all while being a student myself. Utilizing the power of relatability, we are able to collaborate to find solutions and overcome any problem."