Payal Patel (President):
Payal Patel is a Senior General Biology and Pyschology major who enjoys anything Terp, playing tennis, cupcakes, and food. She is a member of Images tour guides and loves it here at Maryland. She joined SHAC after realizing that many of her fellow students don't know about all the neat stuff [the Health Center] has to offer. She wants to help in promoting all the events and services available. She is also excited to work with other SHAC members to help reflect the student body's opinions in Health Center decisions.
Maryam Qayumi (Vice President and Treasurer):
Maryam Qayumi is a Senior Community Health and Pre-Dental major on the Pre-dental Track. She is involved with the Maryland Club tennis team, Phi Sigma Pi National Co-ed Honors Fraternity, Pre-Dental Society, and Senior Council. She joined SHAC because she wants the students' voices to be heard by the Health Center.
Toni Hoehn is a Senior Psychology and Pre-Physician's Assistant major. She is also involved with CAPER as a Research Assistant. She joined SHAC to be directly involved with students and because of her passion for health. She wants to make a difference!
Hi, my name is Ally Toles, and I am a sophomore
Community Health/Physiology and Neurobiology Double Degree. In addition to
being a member of SHAC, I am a member of OAES, Phi Alpha Epsilon, and the
Maryland Equestrian Team. I joined SHAC, because I wanted to help my fellow
students learn about all the Health Center has to offer. My main health concern
would be staying healthy in the dorms. If students were aware of simple things
they can do to keep themselves disease-free, I think we could be a lot
healthier as a whole.
Hey y'all! My name is David Hanna. I am Junior, studying Neurobiology and Physiology and Religious studies, I am involved in a couple of research labs on campus focused on cognitive development and heart disease, and a TA for organic chemistry. I hope to use my experiences from SHAC as a physician one day. The biggest campus health concern I have is providing information to students to educate them on the health resources available for them.
My name is Rebecca Rouse, and I am a junior double major in Behavioral and Community Health and Spanish from Los Angeles, Calfiornia. On campus, I am a facility supervisor at the Eppley Recreation Center, an ambassador for the College of Letters and Sciences, the president of a community service club called Jelly for the Belly, a member of several honor societies, and a member of the Food and Nutrition Club. As a SHAC member, I would like to address poor nutritional habits, lack of nutritional knowledge, and smoking.
Elaine Nghiem is a Sophomore Finance major. She is interested in many hobbies, including cooking. She has interests in public health and business. When she can, she likes to nap! She joined SHAC to familiarize herself with Health Promotion and Advocacy work.
Amanda Pereira is a Senior International Business, Spanish, and Pre-Med major. She is interested in dance and martial arts. She joined SHAC to encourage students to take advantage of the health care resources on campus and to be good advocates for their own health and well-being.
Jasmine Townsel is a Senior Psychology and Spanish major. She is involved with Student Entertainment Events (SEE) and the CAPER Lab. She joined SHAC because she wants to help increase student knowledge of Health Center services and healthy living practices.
Couriel is a Sophomore English and Women's Studies major. She is involved with the Black Honors Caucus, Honors Ambassadors, and Sister to Sister. She joined SHAC to help increase student awareness of the Health Center and the many opportunities it has to take advantage of.
Jonathan Henricks is a Sophomore General Biology major. He is involved with Ballroom at Maryland and Gemstone. He also has interests in playing the guitar/bass and cooking. He joined SHAC to increase student awareness of pertinent health issues and the Health Center, as well ast to get involved with the health community.
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