The Program on Intergroup Relations | Spectrum Center | Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
Henry Mochida is the Communications Specialist of Intergroup Relations, Spectrum Center, and Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (ISM). He guides the development and implementation of strategic communications processes for the three units and beyond. Henry completed his master’s degree and was a Ph.D. student in Urban Planning at the University of Hawaiʻi with a focus on media advocacy and participatory action research methodologies. While there, he worked with the Globalization Research Center, innovating the application of digital storytelling as a social justice tool for communities internationally. Henry brings over a decade of experience advancing multimedia praxis with students, faculty, and staff in-service of marginalized communities. In his spare time, Henry follows news events, publishes articles analyzing the urban condition, enjoys listening to podcasts, and is a photographer and experimental filmmaker.