2013 Fall Executive Board

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Co-President - Christine Feng '14

Christine Feng is a senior in the Operations Research and Financial Engineering department pursuing a certificate in Applications of Computing. She is from the beautiful town of Cupertino, California and misses the weather there tremendously. Christine joined the Sierra Leone team during her freshman year as part of the Technical and Grant Writing subteams. Outside of EWB, she avidly watches Modern Family and eats a ton of late meal.

Co-President - Delphine Slotten '15

Vice President of Public Relations - Emma Snyder '15

Emma Snyder, class of 2015, is from Brunswick, GA and plans to major in the Woodrow Wilson School with certificates East Asian Studies and possibly South Asian Studies. Emma loves to travel and explore the world. She is thrilled to be at Princeton and a member of EWB, which has given her the opportunity to use her passions for economics and international development as well as travel the world. She joined the awesome Sierra Leone team her freshman year and last year was one of EWB’s Events and Publicity Chairs and this year is thrilled to continue to serve EWB as Vice President of Public Relations. Outside of EWB, Emma is co-captain of Princeton Club Swimming and also a member of the Religious Life Council (RLC).

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Vice President of Development - Stephanie Teeple '14

Stephanie is a senior hailing from Callaway, VA, pursuing a Woodrow Wilson School major and certificates in Global Health Policy and Near Eastern studies. Having served as Events and Publicity Chair and VP, she is excited and honored to enter her second year with EWB-PU as Vice President of Development. Outside of EWB, Stephanie works as the publicity coordinator at the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, serves as an RCA in Forbes College, and supports Wellbody Alliance. When she's not dreaming up more destinations to add to her "places to visit" list, you can also find her breakdancing with Sympoh Urban Arts Crew. International development is her passion, and she can't wait to start a new year with EWB!

Membership Development Director - Sinan Zhang '16

Sinan Zhang is a sophomore currently planning to pursue a degree in Operations Research and Financial Engineering from Beijing, China. She became involved with EWB in her freshman fall as a member of the Media and Events Council. Outside of EWB, Sinan is involved with Princeton Corporate Finance Club and Princeton University Language Project.

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Events and Programming Co-Director - Prakhar Agarwal '14

Prakhar is part of the amazing class of 2014, majoring in Operations Research and Financial Engineering and pursuing certificates in Finance and Applications of Computing. He has been a member of EWB Princeton's Peru team since freshman year and has been involved with design and financial aspects of the project while also supporting their successful efforts to retain the coveted EWB Project Olympics Cup through structural baking shenanigans. He is really looking forward to getting even more involved with EWB as a member of the board and to helping the organization grow. Outside of EWB, he is involved around campus as an Orange Key tour guide, an actor in Princeton South Asian Theatrics and regular (though not very good) Smash player.

Events and Programming Co-Director - Salena Hess '16

Salena is from Arlington, Virginia. She is a part of the Class of 2016 and plans to pursue a degree in Operations Research and Financial Engineering. Salena is also a SEADS participant and a member of the newly formed Kenya Project Team. Outside of EWB, Salena enjoys skiing, cooking, drinking lots of coffee, and playing on the Women's Club Lacrosse team.

SEADS Co-Director - Maggie Cutlip '16

Maggie is a sophomore from Hong Kong majoring in chemical engineering with certificates in sustainable energy and French language and culture. She is a member of the Peru team. Outside of EWB, Maggie enjoys playing violin for Princeton Music Outreach and PUP, running, being a member of the amazing class of 2016, and eating frozen yogurt whenever it's available.

SEADS Co-Director - Tina Wei '16

Tina, a prospective Woodrow Wilson School major, is a sophomore from Kansas. Having explored sustainable development through a variety of meaningful lenses as a participant in SEADS, she is thrilled to lead the endeavor as a Co-Director of the program this coming year. When she is not spending time on EWB, Tina may be found serving as a board member of the Yoga Club and the Student Advisory Board to the Art Museum.

Information Technology Director - Anqi Dong '16

Anqi is a sophomore from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, and is an Electrical Engineering major. Besides being IT Director, Anqi is also a member of the Peru project team. In addition to EWB, Anqi is a member of various computer science and electrical engineering groups on campus, through which he also does community outreach.

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Media & Publicity Committee Chair - Akshaya Uttamadoss '15

Akshaya is a junior electrical engineering major from Piscataway, New Jersey. In addition to chairing the Media & Events Council, she is a member of the Kenya team. Akshaya is also a member of the South Asian Students Association and spends (what feels like) the rest of her time in lab. Her hobbies include dabbling in art & photography, refining her eclectic taste in indie music, and the appreciation of good cupcakes.

Kenya Project Co-Manager - Jessica Luo '15

Jessica is a junior from Hudson County, New Jersey majoring in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a focus on Architecture and Engineering. She joined EWB in her freshman year as part of the Ghana team, and traveled to Ashaiman for the program's final monitoring trip. As co-project manager of the Kenya Team, Jessica looks forward to delving into East Africa and maintaining the Kenya team’s status as Project Olympics champions.

Peru Project Co-Manager - Amanda Li '16

Hey everyone! I’m currently a sophomore in Forbes potentially majoring in EEB.  My involvement with EWB began when I attended the first meeting for the Peru team. In that meeting, and the meetings to follow, I soon became drawn into the mission and goals of EWB. I loved the idea of working closely with students from all different backgrounds, skill levels, and disciplines, applying our knowledge and learning from one another as we embarked on our task at hand: providing the community members of Peru with a sustainable water system. Wanting to become more involved in EWB, I decided to run for the EWB board, and was fortunate enough to be elected as Secretary. I am definitely looking forwards to this next year as both a member of the board and as co-Project Manager of the Peru team!

Peru Project Co-Manager - Kasturi Shah '16

Hi everyone! I'm a sophomore in Butler College. I live in Mumbai, India and may major in either Physics or the Woodrow Wilson School. I have been involved with the Peru team since the second week of my freshman year and have loved it from Day One. Managing the Peru project this year with Amanda thus far has been terrific! Outside EwB I can be found playing rugby for the women's club rugby team, planning events with the International Student Association and watching 'Homeland'.

Sierra Leone Project Manager - Ben Liu '15

Ben is a junior from West Windsor, NJ, majoring in chemistry and pursuing a certificate in teacher preparation. Since the beginning of freshman year, he as been a part of the Sierra Leone team, specializing in the technical aspects of the project. Outside of EWB, he is involved in the Princeton University Chemical Society, archery team and volunteers at Princeton Medical Center. He also loves to ski and tries his very best to avoid wipe outs during ski races (with varying degrees of success).

Sierra Leone Project Co-Manager - Tyler Rudolph '16

Tyler is a sophomore engineering student from the beautiful state of Colorado. After returning from India on Princeton's Bridge Year Program, he has been intensely interested in the intersection of math/science with development. EWB presented itself as a perfect opportunity to bridge those interests and create meaningful change. Tyler is very excited to explore and engage with Sierra Leone and his fellow EWBers. On campus Tyler can be found working in the Rocky Dining Hall, on Outdoor Action trips, or with the Club Soccer Team.

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EWB-Princeton Senior Advisor & Peru Project Co-Manager Emeritus - Nihar Madhavan '15

Nihar is a junior hailing from the incredible city of Atlanta, GA and majoring in Mechanical Engineering, though he really wishes he could major in everything else too. He stumbled upon the EWB-Peru team sometime early freshman year and quickly made his life goal to "Save Babies in Perú!". He is extremely happy to have been an active member of the team as it has begun implementation of its project in Pitajaya, Peru as well as its on-campus efforts beating the other project teams in the EWB Project Olympics. When not actively seeking to "save babies," Nihar spends his time generally searching for all kinds of adventure in and out of the Orange Bubble.