2015-2016 Barnard College Honor Board Members
Julie Ahn is a senior of the Class of 2016 and a Co-Chair 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 Managing Editor for On Our Terms, the undergraduate journal of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies, and is the secretary of the Columbia University chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success.
Emma Hede-Brierley is a senior in the Class of 2016 and is serving her second year as Co-Chair of the Barnard Honor Board. She is thrilled to be back at Barnard College after a semester studying in Paris, France at Reid Hall, University Paris-VII Denis Diderot. Emma is an Urban Studies major with a concentration in Political Science. Her work in the Barnard community to promote the Honor Code through educational dialogue is an extension of her numerous commitments to the university community; Emma has been a student leader with the Barnard Constellation program, Columbia University Habitat for Humanity and works at the Barnard Store. She intends to pursue graduate studies and a career in the urban realm through the nonprofit or public sectors.
Molly Doernberg is a senior in the Class of 2016 and a new member of the Honor Board. She is a double major in Anthropology and Neuroscience, and she is hoping to pursue a career either in research or health policy. On campus, Molly has worked to affect meaningful change in the area of student mental health as a policy contributor to the executive board of Active Minds. She is also a Biology Lab TA and a member of CU Sigma Delta Tau. Off campus, Molly is currently interning at the Substance Use Research Center of the New York State Psychiatric Institute.
Sarah Krosnick is a sophomore in the class of 2018 and a new member of the Honor Board. She plans to major in anthropology. Outside of school, Sarah is a member of Columbia University's Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, a sophomore class representative to the Student Government Association, and a member of the Student Government Association's Committee on Policy. She has interned at the National Institutes of Health for the past four summers. After she graduates from the College, she hopes to attend law school and pursue a career combining her interests in law, public health, and ethics.
Eilish O'Kelly is a sophomore in the class 2018 and a new member of Barnard’s Honor Board. Eilish plans to pursue a double major in Economics and U.S. History in order to better understand the history of international migration to New York City. She also intends to be an Athena Scholar. At Barnard, Eilish has been involved in Barnard’s Student Health Advisory Committee (SGA), CU Delta Gamma, and the Columbia Women’s Business Society. During her junior year Eilish plans to take a break from exploring all that New York and the Columbia/Barnard communities afford in order to study abroad in Paris.
Sarah Schreiber is a senior at Barnard College and is a three year member of the Honor Board. In addition to her membership on the Board, she is also the Co-Editor-and-Chief of The Barnard Bulletin, Barnard's on-campus lifestyle magazine and has served as an International Orientation Leader for the past two years. An English major passionate about all things fashion and beauty editorial, Sarah hopes to pursue a magazine job post graduation.
Maya Stackhouse is a junior in the Class of 2017 and this is her second year as a member of the Honor Board. She is pursuing a joint major in Anthropology and Human Rights, and is working toward a career in the nonprofit sector. She is on the executive board of the Columbia Ski and Snowboard Club, and is a member of CU AllSex. Maya is committed to helping cultivate a standard of generosity and respect within and beyond the Barnard community.
Erin Wong is a junior in the Class of 2017 and new member of the Honor Board. She transferred to Barnard in spring 2015 and joined the Urban Studies Program with a concentration in Sustainable Development. This year, Erin is a Civic Engagement Fellow, member of CU Delta Gamma and SGA Rep. for Sustainable Initiatives. A Seattle and Hong Kong native, Erin aims to return to aims to return to Asia after completing her bachelor’s degree to pursue a career in environmental advocacy.
Naomi Wong is a junior of the Class of 2017 and a new member of Barnard’s Honor Board. At Barnard, Naomi is majoring in Economics while pursuing a minor in Psychology. She enjoys working with children and has been involved with College Mentors for Kids program, a nonprofit that pairs elementary schools children with college students for weekly activities around campus. Outside of Barnard, Naomi has interned at Relevent Sports, a sports business company that hosts the International Champions Cup every summer and this company aspires to bring a bigger soccer influence in the United States. Post-graduation, Naomi hopes to join the sports business industry.