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What our faces do:

The anonymous and confidential nature of Ears for Peers necessitates that information about our members be kept private. However, we have two members, called “Faces,” whose role is to be the public face of Ears, and therefore they do not take calls on the line. You may have seen them tabling at Dewick or Carm, or representing Ears at on-campus events.  If you have questions about Ears for Peers, please don’t hesitate to approach them.

2023- 2024 Faces

Alvalyn Dixon-Gardner

Alvalyn (she/her) is a senior majoring Clinical Psychology. Alvalyn has been a member of Ears for Peers since her sophomore year. She is a DREAM mentor and Residential Assitant, so she really enjoys spending time with others and meeting new people. She enjoys working on creative projects, reading books (please send recs), and learning new hobbies. If you have any questions or concerns about Ears or anything else she welcomes all questions! 

Lillie Bukzin

Lillie (she/her) is a senior majoring in Psychology and Child Study & Human Development. She has been a member of Ears since her freshman year and on campus, is also involved with children’s media related research and giving tours of Tufts to prospective students. Lillie in her free time loves to go on walks, paint, and meet new people. She is always happy to answer any questions about being a part of this incredible organization or about anything else! She can be contacted at

Conor Moore

Conor Moore (he/him) is a senior majoring in Biopsychology and is on the pre-med track. He has been an Ear since the fall of his sophomore year. Outside of Ears, Conor is one of the co-coordinators of Green Dot and works as an EMT at Armstrong Ambulance. You can frequently spot him at the Dunkin’ on Boston Ave with his large iced coffee, lifting weights at the gym, and studying on-campus at spots like Lilly Library. He loves meeting new people, and if you want to ask him any questions (Ears related or not), don’t hesitate to contact him at!

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