AΩE | Leadership


Executive Board

President | Grace Mulcahy

As President, Grace is responsible for handling all chapter activities and members, as well as leading the rest of the executive board. Grace is a fourth year Materials Science & Engineering Major and Aerospace Engineering Minor from Nantucket, Massachusetts. Outside of Alpha Omega Epsilon, she is a teaching assistant in the MSE department, enjoys camping and outdoor activities, and has studied abroad at Georgia Tech Lorraine.

Vice-President | Dasha Artsikhovska

As Vice President, Dasha is in charge of our professional development activities and sisterhood events throughout the year. She is a fourth year Materials Science & Engineering major from Ukraine! She has participated in undergraduate research, interned at Jacobs Consulting, and works on campus for the Material Science & Engineering Department. She enjoys working with animal rescue groups around atlanta and hopes to one day own her very own animal sanctuary and rehabilitation center.

Membership Educator | Marissa Rubino

As membership educator, Marissa Is responsible for our recruitment events, guiding new members and welcoming them into the sisterhood. She is a third year Mechanical Engineer originally from Chicago. She has interned for East West Manufacturing, as well as Hoffer Plastics. She also enjoys traveling, and studied abroad in France during the Spring 2018 semester, visiting 9 other countries along the way.

Treasurer | Taylor Niehoff

As Treasurer, Taylor is in charge of the chapter's budget, oversees each officer's budgets, and ensures that all sisters pay dues. Taylor is a third year Biology major from Columbia, SC. She has participated in undergraduate research in a molecular neuroscience lab for two years and has been a teaching assistant in the Biology department for a year. She interned at the National Institutes of Health in summer 2018 and has a return offer for this upcoming summer. Taylor enjoys baking, hiking, and exploring Atlanta.

Secretary | Sarah Wilson

As Secretary, Sarah is responsible for taking meeting minutes and distributing them to the sorority. She also helps coordinate logistics as part of the executive board. Sarah is a third year Environmental Engineering major from New York. Sarah interned at the House Committee on Energy & Commerce on Capitol Hill in spring 2018. Outside of academics, Sarah enjoys rock climbing, podcasting, and camping.









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