(Class of 2018) Is an international student from Johannesburg, South Africa. He is a Bachelor of Science Business Administration major and Political Science minor. In his sophomore year at Marist, he won 1st place at the 2016's Mid-Hudson Regional New York Business Plan Competition. During the 2016 elections, he worked for the Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign headquarters in Brooklyn as an intern. The same year, his role as UNC Chapel Hill’s SBP campaign manager was recognized by NPR as one that “Broke Barriers.” He follows and enjoys all types of music.
(Class of 2020) Is a freshman Communications in Journalism major with minors in Political Science and Graphic Design, currently serving as the News Editor for the Marist Circle. She also works as the head graphic designer for SnoQap Financial. Before attending Marist, she served as the Editor in Chief of her high school paper in Cedar Grove, N.J.'s and worked as a reporter for her town’s online official newspaper, TapInto Cedar Grove/Verona. She is a Ray-Ban addict and Birkenstock enthusiast who keeps seashells from the Jersey Shore in her book bag year-round.
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(Class of 2020) Is an international student from Taipei, Taiwan. Before Marist, he attended a boarding school in Maine. He is currently undecided, he shares a passion for photography and business. He cycles as a hobby. Hence, while in Taiwan, he worked as a bike messenger in a small startup company called Fassenger St. He participated in different business projects with the company which has driven him to take an interest in business. During school breaks, he enjoys traveling around the world with his camera to capture all the exciting moments.
(Class of 2018) Is a junior Biomedical Sciences major with a minor in Psychology on a Pre-Medical School track. He is a research student, whose work spans from hospitalist patient management to cave organisms. His sophomore year he co-authored two published abstracts for the Society of Hospital Medicine. That year he also published a journal article about the circadian rhythms of cave amphipods. His research brought him to present at an International Scientific Congress in Mexico this past April. Joseph enjoys actively being the captain of his ski team and outdoor activities.