President – Carly Blatt | email@example.com
Hey everybody! My name is Carly Blatt and I’m HOPE’s President this year! I’m so excited to get work on HOPE’s executive board this year. I’m a Junior 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.
Vice President of Sexual Health Branch – Ryan Goss | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello wonderful people. My name is Ryan Goss, I am from Simsbury, Connecticut and I am a sophomore here at the College. I am honored to serve as HOPE’s Vice President of Sexual Health, working to ensure our beloved community has the knowledge and resources to make informed decisions about sex. In addition to HOPE, I am member of I.T. (Improvisational Theatre), a Tribe Ambassador at the Undergraduate Admission’s Office, an intramural softball umpire, and amateur Barack Obama impersonator. I intend to graduate with a major in Public Policy and a minor in Community Studies. Please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com with any comments, questions, or suggestions.
Vice President of Substance/Alcohol Awareness Branch – Kelly Gorman | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi! My name is Kelly Gorman and I am a sophomore from Pelham, New York pursuing a Psychology major and Biochemistry minor. I joined HOPE last year as a freshman and it was one of the highlights of my year. I have loved having the opportunity to work and bond with such an exceptional group of people, and am so excited to continue doing so, both in my branch and the organization as a whole. Outside of HOPE, I am also the education vice president of Gamma Phi Beta, and on the club lacrosse and golf teams. I love being involved in HOPE, and am so excited for this coming semester! If you have any questions about Substance and Alcohol Awareness or HOPE in general please don’t hesitate to contact me!
Vice President of Mental Health Branch – Rachel Boykin | email@example.com
Hey there! My name is Rachel Boykin and I’m a Junior here at the College. I joined HOPE as a Sophomore and have loved it since day one! My goal in life is to become a sexologist and counsel adolescents. Currently I am majoring in Psychology and minoring in Gender Studies. I love all things involving philanthropy and service. My main passion since I came to school has been volunteering with Avalon, a local shelter and organization aiding those who have suffered Domestic/Sexual violence. You might also see me around campus giving tours and possibly tripping across these ancient bricks of ours. Other random facts about me: I love all shows from the late 80s (Golden Girls, Fraser, Murder She Wrote…..I have a unique taste) and I collect gnomes. I look forward to seeing how HOPE will give back to our campus this year and I also look forward to helping lead the Mental Health branch this year!
Vice President of Healthy Relationships/Sexual Aggression – Jordan Taffet | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! My name is Jordan Taffet and I am a sophomore at the College of William and Mary hailing from The City of Brotherly Love (Fun Fact: We are home to the Wawa corporation!). I love photography, movies, music, and (of course) the highest art form imaginable: Chipotle. As for my major, I am hoping to study both English and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies. I joined HOPE after falling in love with it during extended orientation of my freshman year. Since then, I have become incredibly passionate about the idea that we all deserve healthy, loving relationships with the people in our lives without fear of aggression–sexual or otherwise. As such, I am SO excited to be working with the HR/SA branch and the rest of HOPE. Please feel free to email me with any questions, concerns, or comments about HR/SA or HOPE in general at email@example.com. You are also MORE than welcome to approach me in person, as I love meeting new people
Treasurer – Thomas Le | firstname.lastname@example.org
Outreach/Fundraising Chair– Zoe Sivak | email@example.com
Hello everyone! My name is Zoe Sivak. I’m a sophomore here at the college and I’m pre-health with a double major in history and kinesiology. My role in HOPE is the Outreach and Promotion specialist! I am in the sexual health branch, and I am incredibly invested in the physical, mental and sexual health of my W&M tribe! If you ever want/need to contact me, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org!
Recruitment Chair – Sarah Carroll | email@example.com
A Kinesiology/Anthropology double major, Junior Sarah Carroll enjoys food justice, early childhood education, and convincing people they should join HOPE! But in all honesty, Health Outreach Peer Education is an incredible opportunity for anyone who is discerning enough to look at the underlying structures within our society and compassionate enough to want to affect positive change. HOPE excels by bringing together a plethora of unique individuals and creating a mosaic of skills, passions, and knowledge which can address health concerns on both macro and micro levels. If any of this appeals to you, please get in contact with me, we would love to have you!
Webmaster – Nickole Medel | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey all! My name is Nickole Medel and I am a sophomore here at the College. I am a Psychology major and a Dance minor, but I hope to go to law school once I graduate. I joined HOPE during my freshman year because I learned what the group did and I knew I just had to be a part of it! I am in the Sexual Health branch of HOPE and I love talking about sexual health as well as overall wellness with others. I am also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, Pointe Blank Dance Company, and the mock trial team. I am usually everywhere and anywhere so feel free to come up to me or email me at anytime with questions about HOPE, health, or anything!
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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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