PE Co-Coord Emily Liu
Emily is currently a first year student with a prospective major in Cell and Molecular Biology. She is passionate about social justice and constantly seeks inspiration in the form of intellectual discussions and interactions with people from various backgrounds. In her free time, she enjoys classical piano, photography, online shopping, and attempting to cook.
PE Co-Coord Ashley Barnes
Ashley Barnes is currently a junior from San Diego, California studying Biopsychology, Cognition, Neuroscience (BCN) with a minor in Women's Studies: Gender and Health. Her time at at Michigan has taught her that she’s strong enough to handle any challenge thrown at her, like surviving Michigan winters. In her free time you can probably find her “dancing her little heart out with the Movement Dance Team or spending her hard earned paycheck from Victoria's Secret at Victoria's Secret.” She is so excited to see all the great things next year has in store (:
MA Co-Coord Don Lyons
Donald Alfred Lyons III is currently a sophomore in the Residential College, majoring in Psychology. He joined the MAs his freshman year, and his primary project this year was organizing #YesMeansFest, a concert that raised funds for Safehouse. He attended high school in Ludington, Michigan.
MA Co-Coord Sarah Hong
Sarah Hong is currently a sophomore studying BCN (Biopsychology, Cognition and Neuroscience) with CASC (Community Action and Social Change) minor. She considers her home Vancouver, BC, Canada, as she had spent the majority of her time there. She is absolutely thrilled to be a co-coordinator for the Men's Activism Program for 2014-15, and would love to see more minority students involved in the program.
NPA Co-Coord Anna Forringer-Beal
Anna is currently a rising junior with an anthropology major and statistics minor. On sunny spring days in Ann Arbor you can find her outside by the Huron River with friends or a good book. Also, Espresso Royal is her home away from home. She is looking forward to getting to know everyone next year!
NPA Co-Coord Katelyn Maddock
Was chosen for our student voice this semester - here is the link to her article.