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Leadership

Caroline Davis (class of ’16)

  • April 2015 – Present, Linguistics Club Baltimore MD Secretary
    Caroline documents meeting minutes, notifies members of meetings and organizes events
  • January 2014 – May 2014, Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority Baltimore, MD, PanHellenic Delegate
    Caroline relayed information between her chapter and the PanHellenic Council.
  • August 2013 – December 2013, Webmaster and Public Relations Chairman
    She created and published all promotional materials for the chapter and launched chapter website and social media.

 

Alison Feeney (class of ’17)

  • Fall 2014 to present, President for UMBC’s Club Lacrosse team
    Responsible for managing the club; serving as point of contact with the club’s sports director, securing refs, running practice when needed, and designing team gear.

 

Naomi Martínez (class of ’17)

  • Summer 2014, Subcentro de Salud, Ecuador
    Naomi co-led community workshops on nutrition and diabetes for the at-risk population

 

Dylan Elliott (class of ’17)

  • 2015 – present, Secretary Executive Board of UMBC’s Mock Trial Team; December 2014 – Present, Treasurer
    Dylan has served UMBC’s mock trial team as a member of its executive board, assisting in the decision making process for personnel decisions, tournament choices, and other program matters. Dylan contributed to the program’s historic run to the Opening Round Championship Series during the winter of 2015 both as a member of the executive board and as one of the team’s leading attorneys.
  • May 2015 – Present, Humanities Scholars Program Senate, Senate-Chair
  • Fall 2014 – Present, Humanities Scholars Program Advisory board
  • May 2014 – May 2015, Treasurer of the Honors College Council.
    Dylan served the Honors College and UMBC community as the treasurer of the HCC, which plans multiple events for the UMBC student body. Dylan served as a liaison with the SGA and Office of Student Life, attending to the financial details of event planning.
  • September 2014 – Present as a Council Chair; (Fall 2013 – Present, UMBC Residential Life’s Peer Review Council).
    Dylan, serving his second year on the Peer Review Council, took a leading role in his council’s proceedings, particularly early in the year when his fellow council-members were all new to the PRC. Dylan often served in the speaking capacity on the council, guiding the hearing’s progress and leading the interactions between the charged student and the council.

 

Laura Sharp (class of ’17)

  • Fall 2014 – present, Humanities Scholars Program Advisory Board
    Laura contributes ideas about how to make the Humanities Scholarship program more engaging and supportive.
  • Fall 2014 – present, Queer Student Leadership Council member
    Laura helps coordinate the activities and information of UMBC’s LGBTQ+ groups and communities

 

Maggie Graham (class of ’17)

  • Fall 2015, Secretary for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority (an executive board position)
    Organize meeting minutes, write thank you cards, help make choices for the chapter
  • Fall 2014 – Spring 15, Humanities Scholars Program advisory board
    Maggie worked with other members to plan events, develop the Humanities Scholar’s Constitution, and helped launch the Humanities Scholars Senate.

 

Mary Farrell (class of ’18)

  • Fall 2015 – Present, Panhellenic Association Representative, Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, – Mary attends and give updates at regular meetings of the UMBC PanHellenic Council while also reporting back to leadership in her own sorority. Mary acts as the ambassador between her sorority and its overarching Greek organization (PHA).
  • Fall 2015 – Present, Standards Board Member, Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
    – As an active member of the Standards Board, Mary attends bi-weekly hearings relating to disciplinary infractions and proposes consequences and future plans of actions so as to remediate any issues. Mary also helps leadership in dealing with interpersonal conflicts and providing guidelines for future infractions, should they occur.

 

Flora Kirk (class of ’18)

  • 2014 – Present UMBC Ancient Studies Council, assisted running events
  • 2013 – 2014, Middletown High School Stage Manager

 

Julian Tash (class of ’18)

  • Fall 2015 – present, Vice President of The Asian Studies Council of Majors.
    Julian conducts club meetings, creates club events, and contributes in various ways in running the club.
  • Spring 2015 – present, President of the Visual and Fine Arts Club.
    Julian runs meetings and connects the group with other student organizations to create collaborative projects. The group collaborated with the UMBC Living Poet’s Society to create an “artist’s open night mic” offering a free exhibition space for any interested artists. A collaboration with ComicCon, at which student artists were connected with opportunities to sell their art, and an interactive public drawing space number among a few of the other initiatives that Julian organized and executed as the President of UMBC Art Club.
  • Fall 2014 – 2015, LLC Council
    He worked with students from other Living Learning Communities to plan events for the all of the LLCs.
  • Spring 2014 – present, Treasurer of Debate Club.
    Julian made weekly allocation requests. Additionally, helped run meetings, judge debates, and plan club events. Julian was one of only two debaters from UMBC to be admitted to the American Parliamentary Debate Association National Tournament in Spring 2015. At this tournament,he and his partner successfully restored UMBC’s spot among APDA tournament hosting institutions.

 

Kelly Wan (class of ’18)

  • 2015 – present, Vice President of Cleftomaniacs, the co-ed a capella group on campus. Kelly handles marketing, publicity, and management of social media platforms. Additionally, she runs executive board meetings and makes crucial announcements during rehearsals.
  • 2014 – present, Humanities Scholars Program Senate member.
    Kelly was recently elected to become a senator to represent her cohort on the newly established HSP Senate. She and fellow senators have suggested some on and off campus activities and are trying to promote the scholars program for future applicants.
  • 2014 – present, Living-and-Learning Communities (LLC) Council member.
    She helped create and promote several events to bring all the LLCs together, such as the Halloween Fun Fest and the LLC Gift Exchange and Social.

 

Rebecca Haddaway (class of ’18)

  • 2015 – 2016, Vice President of Fellowship in Alpha Phi Omega: Alpha Zeta Pi chapter, a co-ed service-related fraternity on campus.
  • Fall 2015, Treasurer, Lisa Simpson Book Club
    The club purpose is to read all of the books that Lisa Simpson, from the Simpsons television show, has ever referenced in the show.
  • Spring – Fall 2015, Treasurer Visual Arts Club
    Club promotes student arts representation on campus, as well as serving as a creative outlet for participants.

 

Morgan Zepp (class of ’18)

  • REACH Initiative – Service Learning Coordinator—Morgan is in charge of coordinating the mentors volunteering for the program and making sure that they receive Service-Learning credit through the Shriver Center, as well as leading Reflection Sessions on how the program is going for them
  • “Lisa Simpson” Book Club – Vice President – In this fun book club, Morgan’s aim is to foster a more literary climate at UMBC by getting students together in a non-academic environment to talk about works of literature.
  • English Council of Majors – Treasurer – Morgan is in charge of delegating how the money of the organization is handled, as well as doing other administrative things like publicizing events the organization is having.
  • Bartleby Creative Arts Journal – Social Media Coordinator – She is responsible for running the Bartleby Facebook page and publicizing events on myUMBC, as well as creating interesting graphics that would help for these events to be publicized.

 

Emily Grace (class of ’18)

  • Spring 2016, The English Council of Majors vice president
    Emily will serve as ENG-COMs vice president, which will involve the revitalization of the club’s presence within the major and the organization of speakers from various English related professions
  • 2015 – 2016, Engineers Without Borders secretary
    In this position, Emily organizes meetings for the executive board and the general body, sends formal emails to donors, project contacts, and others as needed, organizes connections between EWB and other on-campus groups. She staffs events as the face of EWB at Involvement Fest, meetings for Engineers Week, and presentations as needed. She also assists with Grant Writing.
  • 2015 – 2016, The Lisa Simpsons Book Club secretary
    Emily creates flyers as needed to spread awareness about the clubs on-campus events, and assists the president in further advancing the club’s presence on campus.
  • Fall 2015, Humanities Scholars Council Senator and Interim Senate Chair
    Emily advises and suggests activities for the scholars program to Dr. Oskoz, helps staff and set-up events as needed. As Interim Senate Chair, she was responsible for organizing meetings with members, taking and distributing minutes, and communicating with the Scholars as needed. Emily moved the Senate to GoogleDocs and organized the first Freshman election while in this position.

 

Emily Barnes (class of ’18)

  • 2014 – 2015, Living Learning Community Council
    Emily helped to organize events to bring together members of living-learning communities

 

Carrie Cook (class of ’18)

  • Fall 2014, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Apprentice Team

 

Kate Giitter (class of ’18)

  • Spring – Fall 16, Kate is a board member of new student organization, the Education Council of Majors. As a board member she helped create the organization’s policies and goals, and currently plans and manages events and programs for the upcoming semester.

 

Anthony Alberti (class of ’18)

  • Fall 2016, Communications Director at QUMBC
    This a queer activist and awareness group on campus. As Communications Director, Anthony writes notes for each meeting and coordinates all of group’s social media in addition to helping in the planning of all group events