2016-2017 Barnard College Honor Board Members
Sarah Krosnick is a junior, class of 2018, and a co-chair 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.
Naomi Wong is a senior, Class of 2017, and a co-chair 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.
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.
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.
Joining the Board for 2016-17 are:
Dassi Karp ‘19
Julia Delgado ‘19
Connie Blumenthal ‘19
Lauren Abode ‘19
Honor Board Faculty Members are:
Mary Sever, Chemistry; Achsah Guibbory, English; and Belinda Archibong, Economics