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William is a junior from Manasquan, NJ with minors in Entrepreneurship and Data Science and a certificate in Global Citizenship. On campus, he is a Gryphon in the Sayre Park Village residence hall, the Lead TRAC Fellow for ENGR 005, the Vice-Chief Engineer for the Sigma Phi Delta Engineering Fraternity, and a Rossin Junior Fellow for the Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. In his free time, Will enjoys working on his own ideas, such as his startup Preff (https://www.preff.menu). This summer, William worked at PwC Czech Republic through the Lehigh in Prague study abroad program, and then interned with OSIsoft in Philadelphia doing software development.
Vice President
Kai is a junior from Doylestown, PA. On campus, he is involved in the Sigma Phi Delta Engineering Fraternity and the Lehigh Coders Community. In his free time, he enjoys coding, basketball, and snowboarding. Kai is currently working at the CSB-founded, cryptocurrency exchange startup Dolomite (https://dolomite.io) as a frontend software engineer developing in React. This past summer, Kai worked at Avast Software through the Lehigh in Prague program.
Alec is a sophomore from Wellesley, Massachusetts. Ouside of CSB, he is the Academic Chairman of the Sigma Phi Delta Engneering fraternity. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, rock climbing, and producing music. This summer, he taught archery at a camp on Cape Cod.
Isabel is a junior from Ambler, PA. On campus, she is a player on the club lacrosse team, a member of the Women in Computer Science club, and the Standards Board Representative for the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. Her professional interests include cybersecurity, virtual reality, and augmented reality. This summer, Isabel interned at Citibank.
Director of Professional Development
Melissa is a junior from Kinnelon, NJ. On campus, she is an executive board member of Women in Computer Science, a Computer Science tutor through the Center of Academic Success and the Operations Chair of the International Business Club. She has professional interests in fintech, cyber security and artificial intelligence. This summer, Melissa interned for SecurityScorecard, a cyber security firm based in NYC. 
Director of Public Relations
Sam is a sophomore from Sammamish, WA. On campus, Sam is a Gryphon in the STEM themed housing community in the Taylor residence hall and is the Fundraising Chair for the Sigma Phi Delta Engineering Fraternity. In addition, Sam placed first in Citi Bank's FinTech Hackathon for their app called HOM and currently is working on a startup called Niteful. Over the summer, Sam worked as a Camp Counselor for his local school district,.
Social Coordinator
Maxim is a sophomore from Center Valley, PA. On campus, he is a cellist for the Lehigh Philharmonic, a grader for CSE 017, and is Recruitment Chair for the Sigma Phi Delta Engineering fraternity. During his first year Maxim also worked for CSB-founded cryptocurrency exchange startup Dolomite (https://dolomite.io/). This past summer he interned with Dolomite as a backend engineer developing in Scala.
Director of Alumni Relations
Hello, my name is Matthew Gunton, and I'm a sophomore from Lawrenceville. My big passion in computer science is designing things that make life less tedious. I was on Student Senate my freshmen year, along with playing on the Squash team. One of the great experiences for me freshmen year was winning second place in the Lehigh-Lafayette Programming competition. This year I'm going to be creating an alumni mentorship program for all those CSBers who want one. The idea is to find a Lehigh alum who is doing something you want to do ten to twenty years from now. Feel free to reach out to me anytime.
First-year Representative
JiSoo (Lina) Park is a freshman from Yong-in, South Korea. On campus, she is a treasurer for the Korean Student Association, secretary for the Recreational Tennis club, and a member of the International Business Club and Finance Club. Her professional interests are artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and financial technology. As a first-year representative, she is going to bridge the gap between upperclassmen and the FY students through active conversations to support CSBA to become more cohesive.