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Abraham Araya '19

President

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Abraham is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Biology and Society on the pre-medical track. Outside of his role as president, he is the current treasurer of the Alpha Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, a resident advisor in the Townhouse Community and involved in the Black Students United political action committee. He is working towards being a dermatologist and affecting change within the intersection of medicine and social justice. His time at Cornell has been spent exploring identities and their intersections to understand others, and himself, better.

 

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Tatiana Ferraro '19

Executive Vice President

Sigma Lambda Upsilon/ Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc.

Tatiana is a junior, biological sciences major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. In conjunction with her role in MGLC, she is also the co-president of the Pre-Medical Minority Mentorship Program, a member of the Cornell Association of Medicine and Philanthropy, an undergraduate researcher in the Deitcher Lab, and an active member of a performance group at the Schwartz PMA Center. Tatiana aspires to enter the medical field, and is particularly interested in anesthesiology. In the mean time, she hopes to utilize her undergraduate years to become a strong leader within her communities and to explore her passions both inside and outside of academia.

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Kenny Zhou '20

Vice President of Judicial Affairs

Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Inc.

Kenny Zhou is a sophomore studying Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences. In the past two years through MGLC, he has met different people from different backgrounds, and has learned much about himself. He hopes to lead the organization to new heights, as well as learn more about culture, justice, diversity, and identity. Outside of MGLC, Kenny is involved in Student Agencies, Inc., CUABS, The Men of Last Call, and he is a Resident Advisor on North campus.

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Haena-Young Lee '20

Vice President of University & Community Relations

Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.

Haena (Class of 2020) is majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in the Dyson Business Minor for Engineers. Hailing from the exciting suburbs of Maryland, she aspires to combine her engineering background with her diverse interests in business, literature, and music to ultimately create positively impactful designs and products.

On campus, she is on the executive boards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Korean American Student Association, and Multicultural Greek Letter Council. Haena is also a proud sister and Co-Cultural Chair of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Incorporated.

 

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Jong Han '19

Vice President of Finance

Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Jong Han is a junior in the School of Arts and Sciences studying Economics. Jong Han is currently a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Economics and pursuing a profession in the financial services industry. Throughout his time at Cornell, Jong has found great commitment towards his identify within both the AAPI and Asian-Greek community. He currently serves as Vice President of Finance for Pi Delta Psi Fraternity, Inc. as well as Vice President of Finance for CAPSU, the umbrella organization for all undergraduate AAPI organizations. He is from San Diego, California and is an avid NBA fan.

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Sarah Brown '19

Vice President of Programming

alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc.

Sarah Brown is a junior in the School of Arts of Sciences studying Information Sciences.

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Camille Chan '19

Vice President of Communications

alpha Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, Inc.

Camille Chan is a junior studying Global and Public Health Sciences with minors in Biological Sciences and Environmental and Sustainability Sciences. She is pursuing a pre-medical track and aspires to explore the intersectionality of community health and emergency medicine. Outside of MGLC, she is on the e-board for Alternative Spring Breaks and Crème de Cornell. Camille is from Queens, New York and her interests include eating and photography.