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Student Advisory Group

Charged with shaping the Engaged Cornell student leadership initiatives, the Start-up Student Advisory Group (SAG) formed in spring 2016. The group provides advice on a variety of projects, including the development of a new leadership certificate, the ongoing structure of the leadership programming and advisory board, and event planning and co-sponsorship opportunities.

Students were asked to apply to the SAG after being nominated by faculty and staff from across campus.

Membership, Spring 2016:

Amber Aspinall ’17 School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Zach Benfanti ’16 School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Charis Benjamin ’16 College of Arts and Sciences
Jordan Berger ’17 School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Madeline Campbell ’16 School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Maximilian¬†Cohen ’16 College of Engineering
Jazlin Gomez ’16 College of Arts and Sciences
Kendall Grant ’16 School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Gabrielle Hickmon ’16 School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Treijon Johnson ’17 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Emma Johnston ’16 College of Arts and Sciences
Lofy Khalafalla ’17 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Jung-Ju Lee ’16 College of Arts and Sciences
Grace Lin ’16 College of Arts and Sciences
Seth Martin ’16 College of Engineering
Conor McCabe ’18 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Ayisha McHugh ’16 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Nereida Ramirez ’17 College of Arts and Sciences
Antoine Saint-Victor ’16 College of Arts and Sciences
Matthew Stefanko ’16 College of Arts and Sciences
Jamie Zabinsky ’16 College of Arts and Sciences