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Our Board

Our Board is composed of campusCATALYST alumni from a diverse range of majors and cC experiences.

Adrian Di Meo, Co-Chair : Adrian is a fourth-year Statistics major from Windsor, Canada. Adrian worked with an after school childcare centre named Camp of Dreams when he was in campusCATALYST’s Winter 2017 cycle. Adrian and his team were responsible for performing a location feasibility study for Camp of Dreams as they were considering purchasing a new property. Adrian serves as a member of the student outreach team for the campusCATALYST Board. Outside of campusCATALYST, Adrian loves binge watching TV shows, eating tacos, and walking the Chicago Lakefront Trail.

Adrian Di Meo, Co-Chair: Adrian is a fourth-year Statistics major from Windsor, Canada. Adrian worked with an after school childcare centre named Camp of Dreams when he was in campusCATALYST’s Winter 2017 cycle. Adrian and his team were responsible for performing a location feasibility study for Camp of Dreams as they were considering purchasing a new property. Adrian serves as a member of the student outreach team for the campusCATALYST Board. Outside of campusCATALYST, Adrian loves binge watching TV shows, eating tacos, and walking the Chicago Lakefront Trail.

Teddy Knox, Co-Chair : Teddy is a third-year studying Economics and Public Policy. In Autumn of 2017 he helped homeless services nonprofit Featherfist develop a marketing plan to improve its donor base. After a long day of campusCATALYST work, Teddy likes to relax by playing piano or rewatching sitcoms from the golden age of 2005-2015.

Teddy Knox, Co-Chair: Teddy is a third-year studying Economics and Public Policy. In Autumn of 2017 he helped homeless services nonprofit Featherfist develop a marketing plan to improve its donor base. After a long day of campusCATALYST work, Teddy likes to relax by playing piano or rewatching sitcoms from the golden age of 2005-2015.

Sahana Ramani, Mentor Liaison:  Sahana is a fourth-year Economics and Public Policy major from Fairfax, Virginia. During campusCATALYST’s Fall 2017 cycle, she worked with Resilience Partners to create an impact evaluation model for fiscal sponsorship agencies. Outside of campusCATALYST, Sahana loves teaching, dancing, practicing yoga, and finding the best ice cream in Chicago!

Sahana Ramani, Mentor Liaison: Sahana is a fourth-year Economics and Public Policy major from Fairfax, Virginia. During campusCATALYST’s Fall 2017 cycle, she worked with Resilience Partners to create an impact evaluation model for fiscal sponsorship agencies. Outside of campusCATALYST, Sahana loves teaching, dancing, practicing yoga, and finding the best ice cream in Chicago!

Alex Ma, Mentor Liaison:  Alex is a third-year Economics Major with a minor in Statistics. She was part of the Spring 2018 cycle and worked with Center on Halsted, an LGBTQ community center on the north side, to assess community needs for a new center on the south side. Outside of CC, Alex enjoys visiting museums, baking, and exploring restaurants downtown.

Alex Ma, Mentor Liaison: Alex is a third-year Economics Major with a minor in Statistics. She was part of the Spring 2018 cycle and worked with Center on Halsted, an LGBTQ community center on the north side, to assess community needs for a new center on the south side. Outside of CC, Alex enjoys visiting museums, baking, and exploring restaurants downtown.

Fendy Gao, Long-Term Initiatives:  Fendy is a third- year studying Physics and Economics from San Francisco. She was a part of the Spring 2018 cycle and worked with Strawdog Theatre on creating a marketing plan to increase its community outreach. Outside of campusCATALYST, Fendy likes to cafe-hop in downtown Chicago, dance, and bake mind-blowingly delicious brownies.

Fendy Gao, Long-Term Initiatives: Fendy is a third- year studying Physics and Economics from San Francisco. She was a part of the Spring 2018 cycle and worked with Strawdog Theatre on creating a marketing plan to increase its community outreach. Outside of campusCATALYST, Fendy likes to cafe-hop in downtown Chicago, dance, and bake mind-blowingly delicious brownies.


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