President- Allison Bartels | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi y’all! I’m Allison, a junior from Colleyville, Texas and I’m majoring in Government and Latin American Studies. I am SO thrilled to be serving my peers as the President of HOPE. I’ve been a member of the Substance Abuse branch since my freshman year, and was fortunate enough to serve as VP of the branch for two semesters. When I’m not in the Fishbowl, you can usually find me with me at Zable Stadium, running with the greatest cross country and track team in the entire world. I love dogs, running, substance abuse prevention, and baking cupcakes. If you have any HOPE questions, suggestions, or just want to say hi, please don’t hesitate to contact me: email@example.com
Vice President of Sexual Health Branch – Tess Curry | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey! I’m Tess Curry and the VP for Sexual Health! Born and bred in Potsdam, NY, I have ventured down to W&M to study Biology and Music. Outside of HOPE, I am the captain of the Club Soccer team, an Orientation Aide, a member of the amazing organization Building Tomorrow, part of a Biology research lab (I am currently writing up my results from a study I performed in Australia on a small grass bird), and I coach soccer at a local Elementary school. I’m excited to work with the wonderful members of the Sexual Health branch and HOPE as a whole! Please contact me if you have questions about HOPE, Sexual Health, or anything!
Vice President of Substance Abuse Branch – Christina Phang | email@example.com
Hi everyone! My name is Christina Phang and I’m a junior from Arlington, Virginia pursuing a double major in Economics and Environmental Science & Policy. Outside of HOPE, I’m a member of Students for Belize Education (a service group trip to Belize), and am also a member of Chi Omega. I joined HOPE in the Spring of 2012 and have enjoyed every minute of it since! I look forward to working with the amazing members of the Substance Abuse Branch, and can’t wait for all the great programming to come! Feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about substance abuse or HOPE!
Vice President of Mental Health Branch – Karen Travis | email@example.com
Hello! My name is Karen Travis and I’m a junior here at the College of William and Mary. I’m majoring in Marketing and German Studies (Gesundheit?) but I’m also really passionate about public health. I joined the Mental Health branch of HOPE as a freshman so I’m really dedicated to helping make this a happier and healthier campus. I’m also involved in the Student Marketing Association and I can now add studying abroad in Berlin to the list of cool things I’ve done. In my free time I enjoy watching “House Hunters” and wishing I could be a Disney Princess. I’m SO excited to be the new VP of Mental Health, please feel free to reach out to me with any questions!
Vice President of Healthy Relationships/Sexual Aggression – Molly Adair | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi! I’m Molly Adair, a junior at the College of William & Mary and an Arlington, VA native. I’m an Art major and Marketing minor and I joined the Healthy Relationships/Sexual Aggression branch of HOPE as a freshman after extended orientation. I am very passionate about promoting healthy relationships and am especially interested in the influence of rape culture. When not at HOPE, you can find me running around the club lacrosse field, drawing cartoons for on campus publications, or obsessing over Capitals hockey! Send me a message at email@example.com if you have any questions, comments, or ideas for programming!
Treasurer – Anne Kelly “AK” Rhudy | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi everyone! I’m AK and I’m this years treasurer. I am a proud member of Sexual Health and former Vice President. I’m a junior studying Chemistry and Finance. I love being a member of HOPE because it allows me to share my passion for public health with a great group of people. Sexual Health loves having fun together! Besides being treasurer for HOPE, I’m a member of Chi Omega. Feel free to ask me anything about HOPE, Sexual Health or just about everything!
Outreach/Fundraising Chair– Lexie Mellis | email@example.com
Hello! My name is Lexie Mellis, and I’m a junior, here studying neuroscience and computer science from northern Virginia. I became a member of the Healthy Relationships and Sexual Aggression branch after falling in love with HOPE at extended orientation! Outside of HOPE, I work in a research lab, spearhead TribeRides, and bake approximately 7 kgs of bread a week. I am so excited for a year of really outing the outreach in HOPE!
Recruitment Chair – Carly Blatt | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey everybody! My name is Carly Blatt and I’m HOPE’s Recruitment Chair this year! I’m so excited to get work on HOPE’s executive board this year. I’m a sophomore here at the College, studying neuroscience and I hail from Baltimore, Maryland!! GO RAVENS. Besides HOPE I’m on the club soccer team, I participate in a Branch Out group that goes to Tanzania and I live in the French house. HOPE is an awesome organization that tries to improve the overall experience of William and Mary students. If you guys have any questions about HOPE or if you’re interested in joining HOPE please please please don’t hesitate to email me whenever.
Webmaster – Michelle Clark, 2014 | email@example.com
Hi there! I’m Michelle Clark and I’m in charge of this website! I’m a junior double majoring in Public Policy and Environmental Policy, and lucky for me I live close to DC in Manassas, VA. In addition to webmaster, I’m a member of the Healthy Relationships and Sexual Aggression branch of HOPE. I’m also a lock on the Women’s Rugby Team (W&M LOVES TO SCRUM!), and a member of the honor fraternity Phi Sigma Pi. I’m already having a blast updating the website and I’m looking forward to adding new features, so if you have any ideas at all or notice something broken or wrong, don’t hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you like anonymity here’s my suggestion ox!
Molly Adair, Naid Allassan, Logan Altizer, Jamar Banks, Gianna Baiges Parrilla, Allison Bartels, Lauren Bayse, Catherine Belte, Megan Berry, Paula Billingsley, Anna Binstein, Aaron Bishop, Chelsea Bracci, Carly Blatt, Hannah Boes, Jasmin Boothe, Alex Camacho, Meredith Cantwell, Sarah Carroll, Mary Beth Case, Rachel Cason, Kim Chaney, Rachel Cheche, Michelle Chen, Michelle Clark, Taylor Coyner, Carrie Crow, Julia Crowley, Tess Curry, Patrick Diaz, Rose Duke, Rebecca Easter, Sara Eklund, Michelle Gillespie, Marissa Gonzalez, Lauren Gordon, Katie Graap, Nicolas Gupta, Gracie Heidt, Courtney Herbolsheimer, Sarah Higgins, Elaine Hillgrove, Krystyna Holland, Caroline Hughes, Nicki Jannah, James Janopaul-Naylor, Gagan Jindal, Ryan Jiorle, Kelsey Kavanagh, Aylin Kaya, Libby Kerver, Kristin Kurtz, Karen Leary, Jake Lewitz, Margot Lubowshy, Natalie Mabile, Jonathan Marlton, Sian Martin, Grace McGlade, Lexie Mellis, Cathy Merritt, Heather Michalak, Andrew Monick, Alicia Moore, Emmie Murphy, Marre Paone, Komal Parhar, Alice Persons, Christina Phang, Anne Kelly Rhudy, Maggie Rodney, Christina Rotondo, Matthew Sabas, Raychel Schwartz, Carson Scott, Elizabeth Scott, Hope Smith, Jessica Smith, Sarah Smith, Allison Smithwick, Veronica Snyder, Tony Song, Katie Stiffler, Rachel Sullivan, Annie Sung, Caitlin Thomas, Elizabeth Thomason, Karen Travis, Mallory Trent, Megan Vahsen, Janice Van, Lauren Vick, Leslie Walden, Matt Walton, Amy White, Dakota Willis, Liz Wolfe, Yusi Zhang
Advisor - Sarah Menefee, email@example.com
Sarah (Irwin) Menefee graduated from the College of William & Mary with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and went on to complete a Post Baccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. She then received her Master of Public Health (MPH) from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she completed a certificate in Health Education and focused her program on topics related to adolescent health. Sarah is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), and she returned to William and Mary in the summer of 2006 as the College’s full-time Health Educator. Her current responsibilities include advising the Health Outreach Peer Educators, organizing awareness weeks, and implementing programs such as Mental Health Screening Day.
Advisor – Eric Garrison, firstname.lastname@example.org
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