Fordham Club Members

Isabella Sabino is a senior majoring in Digital Technologies and Emerging Media and double minoring in Marketing and Film and TV. She is from Township of Washington, New Jersey. On campus, Bella is involved in: the President of Dance Co-Op, a writer for FLASH Magazine, a model for MODE Magazine, New Student Orientation, Pedro Arrupe Volunteers, The Fordham Club, Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society, and Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society. Her internships have included: advertising agency VaynerMedia, luxury handbag designer 1 Atelier, and Arts Management Magazine. In her free time, Bella enjoys sitting out on Edward’s Parade, going on adventures in Manhattan and Brooklyn, seeing Broadway shows, and spending time with her roommates. After graduation, she hopes to continue her time as a Post-Creative Strategy Resident at VaynerMedia. 

Matthew Corso is a senior at Fordham University majoring in International Political Economy and minoring in Business Administration on the pre-law track. He is originally from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. At Fordham, Matthew is the Transitions Coordinator on the Senior Week Committee and participates in the Undergraduate Law Review and Pre-Law Society. He is also a Manresa Scholar and on the Dean’s List. Matthew studied at Trinity College Dublin for a semester last fall and was active in the school’s literature and music societies. For the past two years Matthew interned with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, a legal non-profit organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals. Matthew plans on going to law school after graduation and pursuing work in criminal defense and public interest law but is also interested in AI-related law. He is also a proud Eagle Scout and occasionally volunteers with his old Scout troop. Matthew is constantly reading, loves hiking and camping, and is unfortunately a Philadelphia sports fan. Matthew hopes to continue the Fordham Club’s work on mental health initiatives, particularly focusing on helping students adjust to the emotionally volatile life changes that occur during one’s college years. 

Andrew Derrico is originally from Harrington Park, New Jersey, majoring in New Media & Digital Design, and has a minor in Marketing at Fordham College Rose Hill. On campus, he is a member of Fordham’s improv comedy group, Stranded In Pittsburgh, as well as the Fordham Marketing Association. He was in the Manresa Scholars Program in his first year and was a student caller then supervisor at The Ram Line, the student call center. Over his time at Fordham, Andrew has explored a variety of business and liberal arts topics, developing an interdisciplinary problem solving approach. In the spring of his junior year, Andrew studied abroad in Granada, Spain where he practiced his Spanish and explored the Spanish & Mediterranean culture. Outside of his classes, he plays the guitar, teaches snowboarding and stand up paddleboarding, and has an interest in the automotive industry where he is currently interning. 

Luisa Rosa is a senior from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Business Administration. Luisa is captain of the DI Fordham Swimming and Diving Team. She has been a three-year Student Researcher at the Educational Data Mining Laboratory at Fordham, a Global Transition Coordinator for two years, and Vice-President of International Integration for two years at the United Student Government. She has also been the Computer Science Society President for two years, a three-year tutor at the Office of Academic Advising for Student-Athletes, and a member of Alpha Sigma Nu. This past summer, Luisa worked with the DAAD RISE program in Munich, Germany. She performed research at Ludwig Maximilian University about Human-Computer Interaction, specifically Movement Feedback Systems. After graduation, Luisa plans to either pursue a career in Data Science or Machine Learning or pursue a Master’s Degree in Data Science after graduating in 2024. Luisa is passionate about generating information from data. She is positive, organized, dedicated, and goal-oriented.

Nicole Kilada, from Long Island, New York, is a senior in the Fordham College at Rose Hill Honors Program. She is majoring in History and Spanish Studies with a minor in Biological Sciences. Nicole is the Chief of Medical Operations of Fordham University EMS (FUEMS) and an EMT and ambulance driver. She also volunteers as an EMT at Huntington Community First Aid Squad on Long Island. Around campus, Nicole works as a Pre-Health Peer Mentor, helping first-year students acclimate to the pre-health curriculum and supporting upper-level students through the medical school application process. She is also the President of Fordham’s Chapter of Saving Mothers, dedicated to raising awareness for maternal healthcare disparities. Nicole also spends time giving campus tours as a University Ambassador and copy editing for the Fordham Political Review. Nicole has also embarked on independent history research analyzing the impact of physicians and medicine in Argentina’s Dirty War. After graduating, Nicole hopes to attend medical school in the upcoming fall.

Grace Gagliardi is a Fordham College Rose Hill senior from Wayne, Pennsylvania. She is graduating in December 2023 with a Bachelor's in Psychology and a Marketing minor on the Pre-Law Track. On campus, Grace is a Transfer Mentor and Advisor, a University Ambassador in the Rose Hill Society, a Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) tutor, a Fordham University Experienced Leaders (FUEL) program member, and a Psychology Department’s DEI Councilperson. Grace is also a member of the Psychology Club, Psi Chi Psychology Honors Society, Sigma Xi Scientific Honors Society, Rodrigue’s Coffee House, a writer for Mode Magazine, and on the Fordham University Research Journal (FURJ) Copy and Peer Review teams. Last Spring, she was a Research Assistant in the Youth Development in Diverse Contexts (YDDC) Lab while conducting a research project under Dean Rachel Annunziato titled “The Effects of Detention and Probation: The Adverse Developmental Trajectory of Juvenile Offenders.” At the Fordham Undergraduate Research Symposium last April, she had the pleasure of presenting her findings on the efficacy of screening intakes on recidivism and rehabilitation for juvenile offenders. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, spending time with friends and family, curating Spotify playlists, and rooting for the Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles. After graduation, Grace plans to work at a New York-based law firm while preparing for law school, where she hopes to specialize in immigration or family law.

Dana Kenneally is a senior at Fordham College Rose Hill, pursuing a B.A. in Political Science and minoring in Communications and Culture with a concentration in Media Studies. Dana serves as the President of the Rose Hill Society, a Captain on New Student Orientation, and a member of USG’s Committee on Sexual Misconduct. She is a member of three honor societies: Alpha Sigma Nu, Pi Sigma Alpha, and Sigma Xi. During her sophomore year, she lived in the West Wing ILC in O’Hare Hall. In the past, she served as a First-Year Advising Student Assistant (FASA), a member of the Dining Committee, and played intramural volleyball. Outside of Fordham, Dana interned at an educational management software company, on a U.S. Senate Campaign in Massachusetts, and in Senator Schumer’s NYC Office as an Immigration Casework Intern. She has conducted research through Fordham University’s Undergraduate Research Department in the field of political communications. Her work analyzed gender biases against women in the American cable news systems. Currently, she is an intern at Evergreen Strategy Group, a political consulting firm that specializes in strategic communications. After graduating in December, Dana hopes to continue her work in political consulting. 

Victoria Elise Sogueco (she/her) is a senior in the FCRH Honors Program majoring in International Studies and minoring in Russian. During her time at Fordham, she has worked as the Cultural Programming Coordinator for OMA's Women's Herstory Month, served on the E-Board of FUPAC and the planning committee for OMA's LGBTQ+ History Month, studied abroad in Berlin, lifeguarded at the university pool, and been a member of numerous clubs on campus. Vic is currently working on her thesis on relations between the Philippines, China, and the U.S. in the South China Sea and enjoying her last semester at Fordham. After school, she plans to pursue immigration law.

Maura Mulvihill is a senior at Fordham College Rose Hill studying Psychology and Spanish Language and Literature major from West Caldwell, New Jersey. Maura is currently the president of Rodrigues Coffee House, Fordham's student run coffee shop and DIY music venue. She performs with Fordham's Stand Up and Sketch Comedy teams, the former of which she serves as captain. She has held positions as section editor on two of Fordham's publications, the paper and Relish. She has participated in CEEL projects including a YPAR research project investigating attitudes towards the LGBTQ+ community in an all-boys Catholic high school. Maura is also a member of Fordham's chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society of Jesuit colleges and universities. She is passionate about research involvement and is currently working on her senior honors thesis in psychology. After graduation, Maura hopes to pursue a career in one of her two passions: music or research (two very different things, she knows!). 

Isabel Danzis is a senior from Bethesda, Maryland. She is double majoring in journalism, and digital technology and emerging media (DTEM). Isabel is the editor in chief for Volume 105 of The Fordham Ram Newspaper. Before serving as editor in chief, Isabel was an assistant news editor and the news editor. Outside of the Ram, Isabel works in the news department of Fordham’s radio station, WFUV. At WFUV, Isabel works as a host, producer, and reporter. She hosts the daily news podcast as well as the program Fordham Conversations. She is also the senior producer for WFUV’s long-standing public service campaign, Strike A Chord. In her earlier years at Fordham, Isabel was a member of the United Student Government’s Sustainability Committee, where she worked with Fordham’s flea market. She also served as the vice president of the Crochet Collective and worked as a new student orientation leader. After graduation, Isabel hopes to work in podcasting or radio broadcasting. 

Sophia Ricci is a senior at Fordham College Rose Hill with a major in International Studies and  minors in Spanish and Peace and Justice Studies. She has been involved with the Fordham Jetes since her freshman year, serving as the Costume Mistress for two semesters, and now as the President. During her time at Fordham, she has also been involved in the Humanitarian Student Union and Fordham Undergraduate Law Review, both as a Staff Writer and a Senior Editor. Sophia has interned at various non-profits throughout her Fordham career, including Movement for Justice in El Barrio in East Harlem, Agua de Coco in Granada, Spain, and the American Friends Service Committee in Red Bank, New Jersey. She is very passionate about immigrants rights and helping immigrants find a pathway to citizenship. Sophia currently serves as the Immigrant Rights Special Projects Coordinator at Movement for Justice in El Barrio. She also volunteers with Literacy Partners helping to facilitate conversations for immigrant parents who are learning English. After graduation, Sophia hopes to attend law school with the goal of becoming an immigration attorney.

Gabriella Nisco is from Wilton, Connecticut. She is a senior at FCRH studying journalism with minors in fashion studies and creative writing. Upon graduation, Gabriella hopes to pursue a job in the media industry that blends her passions for writing and fashion with creative expression. Over semesters and summers, Gabriella has held internships in public relations and marketing. As a student who wants to fully immerse herself in Fordham culture, she is involved in various organizations to practice her craft and contribute to the Fordham community. On campus, Gabriella is a tour guide through the Rose Hill Society, a contributing writer for the Fordham Ram, Mode Magazine, and Her Campus, an active member of Fashion for Philanthropy, and a transfer mentor. In addition to the Fordham Club, academic success has landed her membership in Lambda Pi Eta and the National Society of Success and Leadership. Through the Fordham Club, Gabriella hopes to make an impactful change that benefits the future of Fordham through community and mentorship-based efforts. Gabriella's favorite thing about Fordham is the access to exclusive opportunities, such as volunteering at the Emmys, and the balance of a traditional and urban campus. 

Julia Khankan is a biology major, currently interested in life science consulting. She is from Long Island, New York, and lives five minutes from the beach with her twin sisters and parents. Some of her hobbies include going to the gym, listening to music, decorating, reading, politics, and current events. She has also been acclaimed captain of the women's squash team as of its Fall 2023 season and is the president of the Partners in Health club, where she works closely with legislative leaders in Washington DC to support and integrate health equity. She is religious and would say a lot of her core values are shaped around religion. She is a jack of all trades, able to communicate with people, be organized and meticulous, can work well in a team, can be a leader, and problem solve. As a member of Fordham Club, she will help the Fordham community achieve realistic goals within the Bronx collaboration pillar of our mission.     

Lauren Redelman is a senior from Long Island, New York, studying Political Science, Economics, and Peace and Justice Studies. Her involvement on campus over the past four years includes serving as the President of the Political Union at Fordham, the Treasurer of Fordham's chapter of She's the First,  a council member of the Pedro Arrupe Volunteers, and a university ambassador of the Rose Hill Society. After graduation, she hopes to work in state or city government or at a nonprofit. As a member of the Fordham Club, Lauren hopes to collaborate more with the Bronx community in facilitating meaningful interactions between our campus and the world outside of our gates.

James Cordero Jr. is a senior in the Pre-Health professions program at Fordham College Rose Hill, majoring in the Biological Sciences. At Rose Hill, he serves on USG’s Student Experience Committee, liaising with the RamFit Center, Athletics, and Campus Ministry. He is also a sitting member of USG’s Facilities and Dining Committee, representing student interests in discussions regarding campus facility operations. In addition to USG, James has served as Treasurer of Catholic Relief Services. He is currently conducting organic chemical synthesis research in Dr. Shahrokh Saba’s laboratory to create new experimental procedures that can be integrated into undergraduate organic chemistry lab curricula to enhance student understanding. In Spring 2023, he was inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu and began an internship at KidZdent Pediatric Dentistry, Orthodontics, and Special Needs Dentistry. As a Fordham Club member, he wants to significantly enhance and streamline students’ academic experience. After graduation, James hopes to attend dental school, with his clinical interests centering around family and pediatric dentistry. 

Madison Colleran is a senior in FCRH from Medfield, MA. She is studying Political Science with a double minor in Spanish and Latin American and latino studies on a pre-law track. On campus, she is the President of Leading Women of Tomorrow and loves to spend time on Arthur Ave trying new restaurants. Off campus, she has held internships in many different political offices for people like United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and New York City Mayor Eric Adams. She loves to read and spend time with her friends and cannot wait to make a change at Rose Hill this year!

Hanif Amanullah is a senior from Austin, Texas, majoring in International Studies on the Middle East and North Africa track and minoring in Environmental Studies. He is a member of Alpha Sigma Nu (the Jesuit Honor Society) and is a Manresa Scholar. He has been working for Fordham's Office of Student Involvement for three years. This year he is the Operations Manager for the McShane Center, where he oversees club events and the student worker staff. An aspiring journalist, he has content-edited for The Fordham Political Review, worked as a layout editor for The Fordham Undergraduate Research Journal, and served as the Managing Editor for The Fordham Ram. Hanif is currently in the process of writing his senior thesis paper, which focuses on the commodification of religious rites and ritual spaces in the Middle East. Over the spring 2023 semester, Hanif conducted field research on natural resource management and wildlife conservation in southern Kenya; he is in the midst of refining that research for publication. After graduation, Hanif intends to pursue a career in multimedia journalism. Outside of school, Hanif plays in a jazz ensemble, is in an intramural volleyball team, and enjoys hiking in the Hudson Highlands.

Cole Mullins is a senior at Fordham College Rose Hill studying International Political Economics and American Studies on the Pre-Law Track. He is originally from Coronado, California. During his time at Fordham, he has been involved with the Rose Hill Society as the Chair of Outreach Ambassadors and a New Student Orientation Captain and Leader. He has served as a Class Senator and the Vice President of Student Life within the Fordham United Student Government. Cole is also currently a part of The Hot Notes Acapella, Club Ultimate Frisbee Team, Pre-Law Society, and Fordham Flipside. Over the past two years, Cole has worked at the Fordham University Office of Undergraduate Admissions, where he has served on admissions panels, provided campus tours, and assisted with weekend visitor events. He was also able to travel to Taipei, Taiwan, this past summer to conduct research for his American Studies Senior Thesis. After graduating, Cole plans to attend law school and pursue a career in the legal field. 

Hector Cruz is a senior from the Bronx, New York studying Mathematics & Information and Computer Sciences. He is the Executive President of the Commuting Students Association at Rose Hill. Off-campus, Hector is a Co-Director of the Hip Hop Youth Research and Activism Conference, an annual conference that develops youth leaders and contextualizes social justice issues through the lens of Hip Hop. Through his work, Hector hopes to continue to support commuter involvement on campus through events and initiatives as well as make Fordham University a more welcoming and accessible space for the local community.

Bridie Salter, originally from Northbrook, IL, is a senior majoring in International Political Economy and Economics. While at Fordham, she has been closely involved with the Center for Community Engaged Learning and Campus Ministry. Serving as an Education and Formation captain for Urban Plunge, as well as a council member for the Pedro Arrupe Volunteers, Bridie is passionate about creating sustainable relationships with community partners. This past summer, she worked for the Bronx is Blooming, a Bronx-based nonprofit whose mission is to grow and support a culture of environmental stewardship in the Bronx. She served as a mentor for the Bronx is Blooming's youth leadership program. Additionally, she wrote a legal note during her junior year for the Fordham Undergraduate Law Review. The note analyzes the effectiveness of the Every Student Succeeds Act in addressing the root causes of educational disparities. This year, Bridie serves as a senior editor for the law review. After graduation, she plans to enter the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and attend law school. 

Jaya Joyce is a senior from Rhode Island, pursuing a double major in Film & Television and Communications & Culture on the Pre-Law track. Jaya currently serves as the Secretary of Alpha Sigma Nu and is also an active member of Lambda Pi Eta. Since her freshman year, she has worked in the News Department at WFUV 90.7, Fordham’s NPR Affiliate Radio Station. Throughout her time at WFUV, she has used her platform to give others a voice through the “Community Dialogues” Podcast, where she interviewed community members about initiatives they were implementing to combat social injustices in New York City. On campus, Jaya takes pride in welcoming new members to the Fordham community by serving as a Tour Guide, a New Student Orientation Captain, and previously a First-Year Advising Student Assistant. She was also the Captain of her intramural volleyball team and a New York Film and Television Student Alliance board member. Passionate about the intersection of Entertainment and Law, Jaya currently serves as a Legal Intern at a Music Law Firm, along with being a member of the Recording Academy’s GRAMMY U Program. Upon graduation, she is dedicated to pursuing a career as an Entertainment Attorney.

Briana Al-Omoush, originally from Hartsdale, New York, is a Fordham College Rose Hill senior majoring in American Studies and Theology. Along with her current role as Executive President of the United Student Government at Rose Hill, Briana has held positions in varying clubs and organizations across campus, including serving as a Senior Editor for the Fordham Undergraduate Law Review, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Fordham Political Review, Faculty Advising Student Assistant, and Student Collaborator for Teaching Race Across the Curriculum projects. Outside of her active work to promote equity and inclusion across the University, Briana has held internships with the New York State Office of Inspector General and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Briana has actively worked to increase inclusion and knowledge of the Bronx community at Fordham, through hosting Bronx Appreciation Week while serving as Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion on the United Student Government at Rose Hill during Spring 2023 and through her former role as an Equity and Justice Advisory Board member for the Bronx Community Foundation. Following graduation from Fordham, Briana will attend law school and plans to become a litigator. 

Harry Parks is a senior at Fordham College Rose Hill majoring International Studies and minoring in Orthodox Christian Studies and Arabic. He is a member of the FCRH Honors Program. He currently serves as the president of the Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) and has sought to elevate the Orthodox Christian student voice on campus through OCF activities, continued collaboration with the Orthodox Christian Studies Center (OCSC) at Fordham, and partnerships with faith-based clubs and Campus Ministry. He has participated in organizing multiple interfaith events spearheaded by Campus Ministry including Fordham’s 9/11 Interfaith Memorial Service, Fordham Faith Fest, and Prayer and Picnic with the President. He is a current member of the International Studies Student Board and an active member of Fordham’s Interfaith Dialogues in sophomore and junior year. For two summers, Harry interned in the Ecumenical Department of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America where he assisted with Department messaging on creation care, racial reconciliation, and women's rights. During his second summer, he helped establish and was the inaugural intern of the OCSC Summer Internship Program which provides funding for internships at the Archdiocese through OCSC. Following graduation, Harry hopes to pursue a career in foreign policy analysis and diplomacy with a focus on geopolitics and religion. 

Sarah Flaherty is a senior from Summit, NJ majoring in English with minors in Philosophy and Business Administration: Law & Ethics. Outside of her academic endeavors, Sarah has had extracurricular involvement with University Choir & Campus Ministry through the Schola Cantorum where she engages with the greater Fordham community through the service of Music. She is also a part of the Fordham Respect for Life Club where she and other students coordinate volunteer events aimed at addressing issues pertaining to life and human rights. In her free time, Sarah enjoys reading philosophical novels and creating visual art that explores her journey with Faith and Jesuit education. Upon graduating, Sarah will be moving on to work at the Japanese bank, MUFG, where she will work in their Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crimes prevention department. As she embarks on the next part of her life’s journey, she hopes to embody what it means to be a Jesuit student and serve and care for others by ensuring that her work aims to make the world a more just and ethical place. 

Alexandra Tamsi is a senior at Fordham Rose Hill pursuing a major in International Studies and a minor in Cybersecurity on the pre-law track. On campus, she serves as the president of the student-led Asian Cultural Exchange (ACE) organization, collaborating with other multicultural clubs and campus offices to highlight and celebrate the diversity of the Asian and Asian American experience. She celebrates her Filipino-American heritage through membership in the Fordham University Filipino American Club (FUPAC) and is currently writing a senior thesis on the Filipino community in Woodside, Queens. Alex is also the president of the Catholic Relief Services club, where she participated in the Fordham Chapter’s first outreach trip to the Philippines. In the past, she has volunteered in several Center for Community Engaged Learning programs and served as a tutor for the Higher Education Opportunity Program. 

Quinn Fantozzi is a senior at FCRH from Allentown, Pennsylvania. She will graduate in the spring with an Honors in Psychology and a minor in marketing. During her time at Fordham, Quinn has been involved with a variety of on-campus organizations, including several service clubs. She is on the executive board for Fordham’s Best Buddies chapter and is a member of Psi Chi, the International Honors Society in Psychology. She has also been involved with MODE Magazine and Fashion for Philanthropy. During the spring of her junior year, Quinn studied abroad in London and was part of a group dedicated to service and fundraising at the Fordham London campus. As a member of Fordham Club, Quinn is excited to contribute to her school and community to ensure an enriching experience for future students. Before her senior year, she completed an internship doing public health research, which investigated neighborhood satisfaction and engagement within her hometown. Quinn is passionate about mental health and is currently working on her senior honors thesis exploring anxiety in college students and substance use as a coping mechanism. After graduating from Fordham, Quinn hopes to attend graduate school and become a mental health provider for adolescents.

Liam Dahlborn is a senior from Chicago, pursuing a double major in Journalism and Communications. He is an active member of the Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society and Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society. During the spring semester of his junior year, he studied abroad in London and served as Fordham’s study abroad ambassador. On campus, Liam is a Rose Hill Society tour guide for the admissions office and an orientation captain/leader. He also has been involved with Fordham Student TV, Campus Activities Board, Fordham Dance Marathon, Communications Collective, and Manresa Scholars. Since his freshman year, he has worked at WFUV Radio in the news department as the social media producer. He has increased the visibility of the station via digital media, newsletters, and videos. Liam has participated in several internships throughout his time at Fordham. During the summer of 2022, he interned at PKPR, a New York public relations firm. Last fall and this past summer, he was the social media intern for NBC TODAY. For the current academic year, Liam is interning with the NBC News and TODAY booking team, building upon the skills he has learned about the broadcast industry.

Lindsey Berry is a senior at Rose Hill majoring in Integrative Neuroscience with a German minor. She is involved in Campus Ministry as a retreat leader and as the Student Intern for Spiritual Programs. She is also the music director for Praise and Worship on campus, and is involved in the Gloria Dei choir as well. Academically, Lindsey currently conducts research on second language acquisition at the EEG Language and Multilingualism Lab at Fordham. This past summer, she received a DAAD RISE Germany scholarship, where she was funded to conduct research on attention and auditory processing in Germany for three months. She has also interned at the Derfner Judaica Museum, where she searched archives and translated relevant documents to uncover the story of a German family fleeing persecution in the 1940s. As a Fordham Club member, her goal is to ensure that all students have access to resources that empower them and make them feel welcome and celebrated. After graduation, she will pursue a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience with a concentration in Psycholinguistics, where she will eventually become a professor and lead her own research lab. 

Stefania Bonanni is a senior from Albany, NY majoring in Biological Sciences and minoring in History and Environmental Studies. Involved in research on campus since her sophomore year, Stefania has worked in three laboratories to explore her research interests. Topics include cardiomyopathy using the fruit fly as a model organism, plant-soil feedback mechanisms of the invasive Japanese knotweed plant, and the genetic diversity of sea turtles in Costa Rica. She also studied abroad in Queensland, Australia where she conducted field research focused on rainforest marsupials. In the spring of 2023, she was inducted into Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society. Outside of her scientific interests, she is on the Leadership Council of the Pedro Arrupe Volunteers, in which she organizes service projects and social justice events to support those in need in NYC. She serves as Treasurer for FlipSide, a club that provides opportunities for students to attend weekend events around NYC that are alcohol-free. She is also on the executive board for the Climate Impact Initiative, in which she spreads awareness about sustainability on campus. After graduation, Stefania plans to go to graduate school to earn her doctorate in Biological Sciences and become a researcher. 

Cristina Scofield is a senior at Fordham College at Rose Hill from Northern New Jersey. She is majoring in Interdisciplinary Mathematics and Economics and pursuing an Honors Concentration in American Catholic Studies through the Curran Center. She is the President of Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit Honor Society, is a student leader for Queer Spirit Community, and has participated in the Matteo Ricci Seminar. During her time at Fordham, Cristina has helped launch the Youth Engagement Program, a mentorship program pairing students in the Honors Program with middle school students at Jonas Bronck Academy on Fordham Road. As a recipient of FCRH Undergraduate Research grants and the Campion Scholarship, Cristina has conducted research on housing in New York City and is currently working on research studying algorithmic bias in hiring. As a member of the Honors Program at Rose Hill, Cristina is currently writing her Honors thesis on Robert Moses' impact on New York City's housing stock.