2018 - 2019 Executive Board 

Neil Dixit

Program Director

Neil is a current fourth year in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Gender and Sexuality Studies, with a minor in Anthropology. He sure does love service learning (slearning)!! He is excited to be one of the Program Directors and broaden ASB's reach so more people can slearn. If you need to find him, there is a very good chance he'll be in Norris.

Avery Goods

Program Director

Avery is a senior studying Political Science and Environmental Policy and Culture. She fell in love with ASB on her first class trip, and dove right into it afterwards. Avery can usually be found frantically running around to different events on campus, or trying to catch up on all the shows her friends keep recommending.

Dorothy Hogg

Program Director

Dorothy is a senior studying Geography, Statistics, and Environmental Policy and Culture. She is from the most amazing city on earth, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Dorothy has been involved in ASB since her freshman pre-orientation trip. When not working on ASB, you can find her cooking up some ASBangin food in her apartment! 

Chloe Yoo

Treasurer

Chloe is a junior from Vancouver, Canada studying Economics and MMSS. Her first ASB trip was during spring break of freshman year when she participated in the Prisoner Entrepreneurship Program in Dallas, TX, and she has been passionate about ASB ever since. Chloe also enjoys playing the guitar and going out to Chicago to discover cute cafes.

Adam Davies

Trip Leader Coordinator

Adam (he/ they) is a Junior from Appleton, Wisconsin studying Social Policy and Gender Studies. Their favorite ASB trip was going to Mission: Wolf where they got to meet three ambassador wolves and had a blast! In his spare time, Adam really enjoys grilling and being out in nature, and you can usually find him either on the Lakefill or at Norris.

Hope Kaliski

Trip Leader Coordinator

Hope is a senior Learning Sciences major in SESP, with a Global Health minor. Hope went on a pre-orientation trip her freshman year, and has been in love with ASB ever since! She has gone on seven trips so far, and plans to go on many more. When she's not on an ASB trip (but still thinking about ASB), Hope can be found in Annenberg or Norris.

Kendall Gail

Trip Leader Coordinator

Kendall is a sophomore from Winfield, Il majoring in HDPS with a Spanish minor. Her first ASB trip freshman year took her to Lexington, Ky to work with Greenhouse17 and it was definitely love at first site (get it?!). She is ASuperB excited to be a part of exec and contribute to this AmazingSB organization that has given so much to her (and of course continue the tradition of making bad ASB puns). On campus you can usually find Kendall running along the lake, attempting to ride her penny board, or just chilling on the lakefill listening to whatever music she's into that week.

Helen Lu

POP Co-Coordinator

Helen is a junior at Northwestern University in the School of Education and Social Policy studying Learning and Organizational Change with a double major in Computer Science. She fell in love with ASB after her POP trip in the fall of her freshman year. She is excited to serve as part of her second ASB Exec Board and hopes to make the trips as enjoyable for other students as they are for her! 

Savanna Ruiz

POP Co-Coordinator

Savanna is a rising Junior majoring in Materials Science and Engineering with a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies. She loves ASB because of the discussions it facilitates around social justice and the amazing community she's found because of it! Her favorite spot on campus is the lakefill or Shakespeare's garden and she really really loves dogs and reading.

Chase Stokes

POP Co-Coordinator

Chase is a rising sophomore born and raised in Omaha, NE and currently living in St. Louis, MO. He is majoring in Psychology and Gender and Sexuality Studies, and first became involved with ASB after a great experience on his Louisville POP trip. When he's not falling in love with animals on ASB trips, he's usually in Norris with other members of ASB Exec, trying to procure participants for studies in the psych lab he works in, or watching Grey's Anatomy. 

Nancy Le

Education Co-Chair

Nancy is a junior from Houston, TX majoring in Learning & Organizational Change with an adjunct major in Global Health Studies. She met some of her closest friends in ASB and has loved every trip she’s been on. In her spare time, she likes to bike, bake, vlog, and hang out at coffee shops.

Sofie Rosenzweig

Education Co-Chair

Sofie (she/her/hers) is a senior in Weinberg majoring in Global History and minoring in German and Environmental Policy & Culture. She has been on ASB trips to Community Groundworks, SC-Cares, and Kentucky Refugee Ministries. On campus, she works in the video office for Northwestern football, and is a member of College Mentors for Kids. A fun fact about Sofie is that every Cubs player whose shirt she buys gets traded

Lily Zhang

Participant Coordinator

Lily is a junior studying Political Science. When she isn't napping, she can be found hanging around in Deering Library, playing the flute in Concert Band, staffing Model UN conferences, working at Evanston Public Library,  and, of course, doing ASB! She enjoys discovering good ramen to console her solitude… Nah it’s really because she’s always hungry.

 

Hector Gomez

Site Development

Hector is a current sophomore from Illinois, majoring in Social Policy (Go SESP!). He tries to bring a queer of color critique into his studies and works to step outside dominant modes of thought. If you want Hector to talk, ask him his thoughts about food and cooking, architecture, design, or fashion.

Michael Deneroff

Community Engagement Chair

Michael is a senior from Bloomfield Hills, MI, studying social policy and legal studies. After POP this fall, he'll have been on four ASB trips. His favorite trip so far has been to the Prison Entrepreneurship Program in Dallas, TX (the bbq was amazing). Michael also loves to hike, cook, and explore Chicago.

Vanessa Chu

Public Relations Chair

Vanessa is a junior from Arizona majoring in CS with a possible minor in art. She first went on an POP trip with ASB to Kansas City and has been eager to contribute to ASB since. Through ASB, she has met the most amazing people and is thankful for the community she has found. She can’t wait to introduce ASB to the rest of NU and to share her love for slearning (s/o to neil for this term) and food with future ASBers! You can likely find her chilling in Coffee Lab or napping somewhere.

Sadie Hood

Public Relations Chair

Sadie is a Junior in Weinberg studying Computer Science with a minor in Middle East North African Studies. She began her love of ASB with a trip at her previous university to work with Habitat for Humanity. On campus, she can be found dancing at BLAST classes and walking around the lakefill

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