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Sonia Ajmera

Sonia Ajmera is currently a junior at Vanderbilt majoring in Neuroscience and English. She plans to pursue a career in medicine, but would also like to spend some time traveling around the world and being a photographer. She is involved in a variety of organizations on campus, including the Vanderbilt International Relations Association (VIRA), the Vanderbilt Emergency Medical Society (VEMS), and Vanderbilt Students Volunteer for Science (VSVS), among others. Furthermore, Sonia is a Chancellor’s Scholar and a Resident Adviser. Sonia is so excited to be a part of the Standing Team for Leadership Excellence and looks forward to working with the student body to develop some great leadership initiatives!

Anna Watt

Anna Watt is a junior in the College of Arts and Science pursuing a double major in Economics and English.  At Vanderbilt she serves as co-chair of VPB Speakers Committee, Logistics and Finance Chair for Dance Marathon, Alumni Relations Chair for Chi Omega, and as a panel member and student adviser on the Undergraduate Honor Council.

Aditya Karhade

Born and raised in India, I moved to the United States at the age of nine. Since, I’ve spent time in Pennsylvania, Florida and California but I consider Jacksonville, FL my hometown. At Vanderbilt, I’m studying Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience and planning to pursue a career in medicine. I’m
involved in several organizations, including the Multicultural Leadership Council (MLC), Vanderbilt Student Volunteers for Science (VSVS), Alternative Spring Break (ASB) and BhangraDores, among others.

Chloe Stegeman

My name is Chloe Stegeman, and I hail from the glorious state of Georgia. I am a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Medicine, Health, and Society with minor in Corporate Strategy and English. I am involved on the Dance Marathon Exec board as the Dancer Relations Co-Chair, and am excitedly serving as a first-year VUceptor. I also spend my time serving as a high school youth ministry coordinator for a local Nashville church and continue to work with the Gwinnett County Public School’s high school leadership development program, the Gwinnett Student Leadership Team. I have a passion for service and growing others and cannot wait to serve on the Standing Team of Leadership Excellence!

Jim Jin

Jim Jin is a rationally emotional, indifferently passionate, expressively introvert, intelligently foolish, half-awake creative nerd who loves & hates coffee.

He will serve as the co-publicity chair for Vanderbilt Alternative Spring Break, VP for Creative Campus Residential Fellows, and Creative Director of Sustainabears project, a social cause funded by the Resolution project. As a kid who never grows up, he also enjoys putting up interactive art installations on campus every now and then.

Nathan Markiewitz

It took Nathan Markiewitz a while to realize how central leadership was to his life. Growing up in Cincinnati, he developed his first leadership philosophy in the Boy Scouts, where he would go on to earn the rank of Eagle Scout. His next passion led him to serve as the Social Action Vice President and President for his youth group in high school.

After arriving at Vanderbilt, he bounced between Hillel and theatre before landing in his fraternity, Phi Kappa Psi. After spending two years developing anti-hazing new member education on the local and national level, Nathan now represents the southeastern region on Phi Psi’s board of directors.

Additionally, Nathan’s an active member of the Standing Team on Leadership Excellence, Vanderbilt Spoken Word, and the Kefi Project, a public art initiative. Academically, Nathan majors in English and Cognitive Studies with a minor in Quantitative Methods and wants to earn a PhD in Quantitative Psychology.