2014-15 Barnard College Honor Board Members
Emma Hede-Brierley is a rising junior in the Class of 2016, and serves as Co-Chair of the Barnard Honor Board 2014-2015 alongside Sarah Schreiber. (Emma is studying abroad for spring 2015!) A second year member of the Honor Board, Emma is majoring in Urban Studies with a concentration in Political Science and Art History. She will be studying abroad at Reid Hall in Paris, France in the spring of 2015. On campus, Emma is involved with Columbia University’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity as a special projects trip leader and coordinator, and works at the Barnard Store.
Sarah Schreiber is a rising junior of the Class of 2016 and a second year member of the Honor Board; she serves as Co-Chair of the Board, alongside Emma Hede-Brierley. An avid lover of all things literature, beauty, and fashion, Sarah hopes to join the magazine industry post-grad and is currently a beauty editorial intern at Good Housekeeping magazine. At Barnard, Sarah is majoring in English while pursuing a minor in Art History; on campus, she is the Features editor of the Barnard Bulletin (Barnard’s lifestyle magazine) and a member of Smart Women Lead.
Cassidy Leventhal is a Senior of Class 2015 and Head of PR & Marketing for the Honor Board. She is passionately interested in the subjects of her major and minor, Comparative Literature and Philosophy, and is determined to bring her love of both with her into the business world after she graduates. In addition to her projects with the Honor Board, she is also a dedicated Founding Member of Alpha Omicron Pi, and served as AOII’s Vice President of Academic Development.
Eliana Uku is a senior of the Class of 2015 and Spring 2015 Co-Chair of the Board. She is a transfer student to Barnard (trekking all the way from NYU) and is majoring in Economics and Mathematics. She has also been involved in SGA, CU Delta Gamma, and the Columbia Women´s Business Society. Beyond the Barnard gates, Eliana has held internship positions at various companies such as Forbes Media LLC and BMO Capital Markets. Post-graduation, she plans to apply her collective experiences to a career in finance.
Julie Ahn is a junior of the Class of 2016 and the SGA Liaison for the Honor Board. Julie is a philosophy major and is also pursuing an interdisciplinary concentration and minor on race and ethnicity. At Barnard, she is the head copy-editor for On Our Terms, the undergraduate journal of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies, and the secretary of the Columbia University chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success. A passionate and competitive equestrian, Julie also served as the co-captain of the Columbia University Equestrian Team.
Adriana Banta is a rising senior of the Class of 2015 and a new member of Barnard’s Honor Board. She is pursuing studies in both Film and Economics. Adriana serves as treasurer for Columbia University Film Productions, Barnard and Columbia’s largest student run film organization. During the year, Adriana expands her involvement in entertainment beyond our campus through her internship at Saturday Night Live and by completing a documentary she has co-created with a fellow Barnard student.
Caroline Williamson is a senior of the class of 2015 and a new member of Barnard’s Honor Board. She is a Medieval and Renaissance Studies major, concentrating in Art History and Religion. She is a writer and blog editor for HerCampus Barnard and is a member of Delta Gamma at Columbia University. Caroline hopes to pursue a career in journalism, and after graduation will be moving to Sydney, Australia.
Maya Stackhouse is a sophomore of the Class of 2017 and a new member of the Honor Board. She is working on a joint major in Anthropology and Human Rights. She is an active member of CU AllSex, formerly known as CU FemSex, and is committed to helping cultivate a community at Barnard that supports and uplifts its members.