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Meet the SACM Team

The Student Affairs Case Management Services team is an excellent resource for faculty and staff who seek consultation about a student in distress, or have general questions about a concerning student situation.

For any inquiries about SACM, please email:

  • Andrew Hua

    Andrew Hua

    Title: Director

    Pronouns: He. Him. His. 他


    Before starting at UC San Diego, Andrew has served as a Higher Education professional at the University of California, Berkeley and Washington State University. He received his Master of Arts in Student Affairs Administration degree from Michigan State University (Go Green! Go Spartans!) and he received my Bachelor of Arts in Sociology degree from the University of California, Riverside (Go Highlanders!). Currently, Andrew is also in the process of acquiring his doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the UC San Diego and California State University, San Marcos. Personally, he’d like to share that he is a huge Disney fanatic and love photography. So you could say that his hobbies are going to Disneyland and taking pictures. However, he has other hobbies as well. He enjoys playing volleyball, board/video games, going on foodie adventures, and hiking. Andrew’s various experiences in Crisis Management, Behavioral Threat Assessment, Non-Clinical Case Management, Residential Life, Greek Life, Student Conduct, Conference Services, and Student Government, along with his desire to learn and passion for developing students, holistically, as leaders, citizens, and scholars in a safe and welcoming community is the foundation of his student affairs experience.

  • Annie Lin

    Annie Lin

    Title: Assistant Director

    Pronouns: she/hers

    Schools: Graduate Division, School of Medicine and School of Pharmacy


    Annie graduated from UC San Diego in 2017 with a B.S. in Public Health. After working briefly post-graduation at the UC San Diego Library and Education Studies Department, Annie obtained her Master of Social Work from CSU San Marcos in 2021. She then worked with transitional-aged foster youth as a case manager and therapist for a while before returning to UC San Diego as a Student Affairs Case Manager in March of 2022. Annie’s glad to be back at her alma mater and work with students in the same shoes she was in years ago. Areas she’s passionate about include increasing affordable access to quality mental health care and building additional supports for students with mental health disabilities and former foster youth.

    Outside of work, she enjoys playing with her dog Speedy, playing zombie computer games with friends, and attempting to (and oftentimes failing at) cooking new recipes with her partner.

  • Monique Holbert

    Monique Holbert

    Title: Intake & Operations Coordinator for Student Affairs Case Management


    Monique earned her master's degree in educational leadership in 2023 from San Diego State University. She is passionate about education, advocating for radical change within the educational sector. Monique has had the privilege of working with diverse groups of students, but her primary focus at the moment is college students attending UCs. She is interested in discovering ways to holistically support students as they navigate their college experiences.

    Outside of work, Monique enjoys photography, painting, and engaging in any activity that requires creativity.

  • Jade Barrett

    Jade Barrett

    Title: Case Manager

    Pronouns: she/hers

    Colleges: ERC and Revelle


    Jade earned her Master of Social Work degree in San Diego. She is passionate about supporting students and working in higher education with a background of 5 years supporting college students. She became passionate about the higher education setting while working in academic advising and providing clinical support to local colleges. Outside of work, Jade enjoys camping, music, and art!

  • Kevin Baldueza

    Kevin Baldueza

    Title: Case Manager

    Pronouns: he/him/his

    Colleges: Marshall and Seventh College


    Kevin Baldueza started as a graduate assistant in 2020, then stepped into his full-time role as a Student Affairs Case Manager in June of 2022. Kevin received his Bachelors of Social work from California State University San Bernardino in 2020, and went directly into his Master’s program at California State University San Marcos, where he received his Masters of Social Work degree in May of 2022. Kevin has a passion working with individuals who come from underrepresented populations. In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing guitar, fishing, powerlifting, and spending time with friends and family.  

  • Martina Galvan

    Martina Galvan

    Title: Case Manager   

    Pronouns: she/hers

    Colleges: Muir and Warren


    Martina Galvan (she/hers), daughter of Marie and Eriverto Galvan, is a lover of adventure, endlessly curious, enjoys nurturing relationships, and is rejuvenated by Nature, laughter, and creativity. She received her A.A.S. in Photography, B.S. with a focus in Management, and Master of Social Work (MSW). In previous social work roles, Martina has worked with refugees/asylum seekers, domestic partner violence centers, homeless resource centers, and taught English as a Second Language in six countries. In her role as a Student Affairs Case Manager at UC San Diego, she and her team holistically support students with accessing a variety of essential resources on and off-campus. Martina also serves as the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion liaison for her team and works closely with the UC San Diego Community Centers. 

  • Bianca Barreto

    Bianca Barreto

    Title: Students with Dependents Coordinator    

    Pronouns: she/hers

    Colleges: Seventh and Marshall Colleges


    Bianca Barreto is the inaugural Students with Dependents Coordinator - a position at UC San Diego that started in December 2022. She works centrally within Student Affairs Case Management Services to provide a student-centered approach to the role. Her goal is to provide 1:1 direct contact and case management to individual students who are in need of extra resources on/off campus, as well to work collaboratively with different campus partners or local entities to provide more visibility and advocacy for students with dependents at UC San Diego. 

  • Chrystian Smith

    Chrystian Smith

    Title: Creating Culture of Care Manager 

    Pronouns: she/they


    Chrystian is the inaugural UC San Diego Creating Culture of Care Manager and started in January 2024, after being with Student Affairs Case Management the Triton2Triton Coordinator. They coordinate the Triton2Triton program, develop and implement campus-wide wellness initiatives, and manage the Creating Culture of Care trainings. Chrystian received her bachelor's degrees in Political Science and History from San Diego State University and has completed her MA in Educational Leadership from San Diego State University. She is passionate about the intersections and impacts of wellness, mental health, and basic needs access on educational outcomes for marginalized students. They are a San Diego local and love this city so if you need recommendations, let them know! An avid reader, walker, amateur chef, and cat-mom.