Meet the Council Leaders

Environmental

Downtown Greens

Makayla Stepp-Davis is a senior Environmental Geology major with a minor in Environmental Sustainability. She is the leader for Downtown Greens. She loves spending her time swimming and hanging out with friends. She is also the president of UMW Club Swim for the 2017-2018 school year. She is currently a R.I.S.E. Peer Mentor. Her favorite annual COAR event is Good Neighbor Day.”

Hometown: Newburgh, New York

Environmental Awareness and Action

Winnie Cargill

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Mentoring

Bigs in School

Maia Smith

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Thurman Brisben Center

David Levinson is a Senior Political Science major. He is the program leader for the Thurman Brisben Center. David loves playing basketball and meeting new people! In the future he hopes to work on political campaigns and wants to change the world. His favorite annual COAR events are Pumpkin Palooza and the Head Start Gift Box Drive.

Hometown: Fairfax, Virginia

Thurman Brisben Center

Kimberly Garcia is a Junior double major in Sociology and Spanish and a minor in Practical Ethics. Kim is a co-leader for the Thurman Brisben Center. She loves to volunteer her time to help a cause and is passionate about creating change in her community. In the future, she sees herself working with a non-profit organization that combats poverty and/or social injustice. In her free time, she likes to hang out with her friends and watch Netflix. Kim is currently studying abroad in Spain for the Spring 2018 semester.

Hometown: Arlington, Virginia

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Therapeutic Horse Back Riding

Jordan Chandler is a Sophomore majoring in Geography with an Urban Studies minor. She is also getting a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Jordan plans to work for the government or military one day with her knowledge of GIS. She is currently a co-leader for Therapeutic Horseback Riding. Jordan likes to relax with friends and have a good time. Her favorite annual COAR event is Good Neighbor Day.

Hometown: Leesburg, Virginia

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Therapeutic Horse Back Riding

Linnea Harding-Scudder is a Junior Business Marketing major with a minor in Economics. She is a co-leader for Therapeutic Horseback Riding. She loves working with children and animals. After she graduates, she hopes to volunteer for the Peace Corps, as well as attend graduate school. Her favorite COAR event is Good Neighbor Day.

Hometown: Richmond, Virginia

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Young Women’s Leadership Program (YWLP)

Erynn Sendrick is a senior psychology major. Her family lives in Medway, Massachusetts and her younger sister’s name is Kerry. She loves cats, plants, and cooking. She is the Young Women’s Leadership Program COAR Council Leader for the 2017-2018 year.

Hometown: Medway, Massachusetts

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Food Bank

Erin Koch is a Senior Psychology major. She started volunteering with Food Bank her first year transferring to UMW, and she fell in love with it. Erin will be co-leading for the Food Bank for the 2017-2018 school year. In her spare time, she loves spending time with family, enjoying time outside, and working with animals. In the future, she hopes to be working in a field relevant to her major, such as Criminal Psychology. Erin’s favorite annual COAR event is the Head Start Gift Wrapping Party because it is full of fun and holiday cheer.

Hometown: Woodbridge, Virginia

Food Bank

Kira Tucker is a Senior Environmental Geology major with an Environmental Sustainability minor. She is a co-leader for the Food Bank program. Kira is passionate about reviving the health of our environment and helping people and animals. Her favorite COAR events are Into the Streets and the Head Start Gift Box Drive.

Hometown: Arlington, Virginia

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Food Recovery

Eliza Moreno is a Junior double major in Spanish and Communications and Digital Studies. She is currently a co-leader of the Food Recovery Network and enjoys being out in the community helping others. Her favorite COAR annual event is the Head Start Gift Box Drive.

Hometown: Arlington, Virginia

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Kayla Thompson is a Junior Political Science major with an Economics minor. She is a co-leader for UMW Food Recovery. In her spare time Kayla likes to hike and hang out with her friends. She hopes to attend law school after her studies at Mary Washington and go on to work for the government. Her favorite annual COAR event is the Spring Forward Festival. Kayla is currently studying abroad in France for the Spring 2018 semester.

Hometown: Arlington, Virginia

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Bragg Hill Tutoring

Paige Beidelman is a Freshman majoring in Mathematics and enrolled in the Elementary Education program. Paige hopes be an encouraging and inspirational teacher. Paige is the leader for Bragg Hill Tutoring and will also be traveling to Alabama for Alternative Spring Break this year. During the winter, Paige enjoys snowboarding, but in warmer weather she goes for bike rides through Fredericksburg. Her favorite annual COAR event is Head Start Gift Wrapping.

Hometown: Columbia, MD

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Hope House

Carina Lee is a Business Administration major. She is the program co-leader for Hope House. Carina enjoys cooking, traveling, and volunteering in her free time. In the future, she hopes to become a business owner and continue to serve her community. Her favorite event is the annual COAR Variety Show. 

Hometown: Herndon, VA