2019-20 EXECUTIVE BOARD

President

Ngozi Ezeokeke 

ngozie2@uw.edu

Class: Senior  

Graduation Year: June 2020   

Major: Materials Science & Engineering

 

"I am looking forward to working with the rest of the 2019-2020 UW NSBE Executive Board to provide our chapter members with resources to help them excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. I also hope to build an inclusive community on the UW campus that will encourage others to join and engage with NSBE while pursuing a degree in engineering or other related fields."

Vice President 

Felicia Dunscomb

feliciad@uw.edu

Class: Senior

Graduation Year: June 2020  

Major: Materials Science & Engineering

 

 “I am looking forward to being able to create and continue partnerships that can benefit our members. NSBE has become an essential part of my campus life, so I am excited to serve as Vice President this year.”

 

Programs Chair

Ifrah Mohamed 

ifraham206@gmail.com

Class: Sophomore

Graduation Year: June 2022  

Major: Informatics 

“NSBE has been a positive impact in my life by providing me with multiple outlets to build my professionalism. I am looking forward to uplift the mission statement through various events, balancing fun and professionalism. I would like these events to create NSBE into a fun family-like environment.”

Treasurer

Liban Hussein

libanh@uw.edu

Class: Senior

Graduation Year: June 2020  

Major: Electrical & Computer Engineering

“I’m excited to be serving as the UW-NSBE Treasurer this year. I plan on continuing our previous sponsorships while developing new ones, in addition to increasing the number of active members able to participate in both regional and national conferences”.

Pre-College Initative Chair

Mryam Girmay

martiyey@uw.edu

Class: Junior

Graduation Year: June 2021  

Major: Electrical & Computer Engineering 

"NSBE has opened a lot of opportunities to me, including my first internship. As a PCI chair, my goal is to provide interesting and educative PCI events to the pre-college students. I also seek to create the first NSBE Jr. Chapter in Seattle. I strive to fulfill the NSBE mission, “To increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.”

Secretary 

Alaiyi Lawson

alaiyi@uw.edu

Class: Junior

Graduation Year: June 2021  

Major: Industrial and Systems engineering 


"I joined NSBE because I understood the large impact it had on my sister who went to the University of Florida. NSBE can give so many opportunities and create lifelong friends and networks and that was a community I wanted to be part of”

 

Media Coordinator 

Henok Taffere

ht21@uw.edu

Class: Junior

Graduation Year: June 2021   

Major: Electrical & Computer Engineering

“My plan for this year is to showcase what UW NSBE is all about through social media platforms. Using social media and our website, I would like to attract more members and keep our followers up to date by sharing the amazing experiences we have as a chapter”.

 

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