Council Bios

Jenny Liu, President

liuj215@wfu.edu

I'm a senior from Sarah Soda. I'm a mystery, wrapped in an enigma, wrapped in a bean burrito. Wait, we have a council bio page? I think the interns forgot to tell me.

 


Kara Towery, Fellowship Coordinator

toweke16@wfu.edu

Hey I'm Kara and I am a junior from Morganton, North Carolina!  I am an Anthropology major and I hope to pursue a career in medicine after undergrad.  Here at Wake, I am on the cheerleading team and I am also an RA in Collins!  I enjoy hiking, dancing, hanging out in the BSU lounge, or spending time with my family in my free time.   Maya Angelou once said, "The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned".  Since coming to Wake, I have felt most at home at BSU. BSU offers a welcoming and loving atmosphere, which I felt since I came to the first Horizons meeting.  I look forward to serving as the Fellowship Coordinator for the rest of the year and hopefully meeting some of you through Horizons, bible studies, or Sacred Cow.


Madison Rose, Summer Missions Coordinator / Covenant Family Coordinator

rosemn16@wfu.edu

I am Madison Rose, and I am a junior from Morganton, North Carolina.  I'm a Health and Exercise Science major, and I hope to become a dentist one day!  I really enjoy spending time with family and friends, dancing, hiking, fishing, and volunteering.  BSU is my home away from home, and I hope you will feel that way as well.  I look forward to seeing you at the many awesome BSU events over the year!


Lindsey Hoots, Pastoral Care Coordinator

hootlk16@wfu.edu


Hello! My name is Lindsey Hoots and I am a junior from Winston-Salem, NC.  I am a Biology major, and minoring in English and Chemistry. I a
also the Co-president for Wake's Club Softball team, and I am on the WF EMS crew. My hobbies include reading, binge-watching tv shows, and hanging out with my friends and family. I'm obsessed with the movie She's the Man and pugs. I love BSU and am so thankful for the life-long friendships I have made here.




Andrew Wilson, Outreach Coordinator

wilsab16@wfu.edu                                                            

I am a Junior from Statesville, NC. History is my Major and I am also a Latin American Studies Minor. I hope to pursue a career in the legal field one day. This is my third year on BSU and as Coordinator, my job is to collaborate with other organizations on campus. When I have free time, I enjoy golfing, playing basketball, and writing short stories. I have gone to Cuba with BSU and feel that the organization has had a profound impact on my life. I'd invite all interested students to Horizons on Tuesday nights at 6! 










 


Imani Stewart, Special Ministries Coordinator

stewki16@wfu.edu


Hey guys I'm Imani and I am from High Point, NC! I am a junior and a Health and Exercise Science major here at Wake with a double minor in chemistry and math (yes I really like numbers). I plan to pursue a career in medicine once I graduate and hopefully get into med school. Besides BSU, I am involved in Wake's Concert Choir, M.E. (musical empowerment), and work in the gym. I love to sing and spend most of my time outside of class listening to music, humming along, or straight belting it out  if I am alone...even when I'm studying. I also spend my free time playing and watching sports and go to almost every Wake sporting event I can. BSU has become another home here at Wake for me. We all have become a little family and I love being apart of this group, whether it's worshiping every week, or running around playing IM's with everyone. 


Caroline Boyce, Worship Coordinator

boyccm16@wfu.edu
 

    Hey guys! My name is Caroline Boyce, and I am a junior from Tyner, North Carolina. I am an Accounting major and an undecided Physics minor (idk). I hope to be a part of Wake's MSA program after undergrad. At Wake, I am a part of BSU, YoungLife, and a player, as well as Treasurer, for the Women's Club Basketball team. In my free time I like to play pick-up soccer or basketball, play the piano, and eat really tasty food. I love  BSU because I get to do all three of those things whether its playing on the IM team or worshipping and enjoying dinner at Horizons on Tuesdays.  I look forward to seeing everyone at BSU next year!


Reina Echevarria, Secretary/Treasurer

echera16@wfu.edu

Hey Everyone!
My name is Rein. 

Sierra Browning, Public Relations Coordinator

browse18@wfu.edu

Hey Everyone!
My name is Sierra.




Andrew Mauney, New Student Representative

maunca18@wfu.edu


I am Andrew.






















The New Student Representative is chosen by the BSU in the Fall to represent new students, both freshmen and transfer students.





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Default bio for council members who don't write a bio:

The details of my life are quite inconsequential... very well, where do I begin? My father was a relentlessly self-improving boulangerie owner from Belgium with low grade narcolepsy. My mother was a fifteen year old French llama seller named Chloe who had  webbed feet. My father would drink, he would make outrageous claims like he invented the question mark. Sometimes he would accuse chestnuts of being lazy. The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament. My childhood was typical. Summers in Rangoon, luge lessons with Ludite ex-patriots who taught me to disdain writing my own bio for websites.  In the spring we'd make meat helmets, which has served me well in my complete domination of Kaitlin Mundy in every sport we've ever played. When I was insolent I was placed in a burlap bag and beaten with reeds- pretty standard really.

Disclaimer: this is what happens when members don't write their own bios.
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