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January 12, 2021

The Alpha Circle of the National Leadership Honor Society Omicron Delta Kappa will welcome three honors and 50 student fellow practitioners at the annual Founders' Day/ODK conference at Washington and Lee University at 5 pm on January 19, 2021. Due to the COVID-19, the conference will be held in virtual form this year, but it is free and open to the public



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The director of the Philadelphia Library Company will deliver a keynote speech at the conference. The topic of his speech was "Friendship, Franklin and the Future of Democracy". Barsanti (30 years old)

Since Benjamin Franklin was founded in 1731, he has been leading the library company. He has a eclectic career at the intersection of education, art and organizational management, including at the Rosenbach Museum and Library, the Pew Art and Heritage Center, and the free Philadelphia Foundation Library. He has taught art management at Trexel University and has served on the boards of several non-profit organizations, including the Pig Iron Theater Company, the Independent Charter School and the Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Philadelphia Union.

The sponsor of this year's honorary ODK is Philip D. Douglass '70, Professor Emeritus of Applied Theology at Covenant Theological Seminary. Sally Stone Richmond, Vice President of Admissions and Financial Aid at W&L; Andrew Wright '95, Director of Biden-Harris Transition Legal Policy.

Douglass joined Covenant Theological Seminary 34 years ago after working in the pastoral district of Washington, DC for 12 years, where he established three Presbyterian churches. In St. Louis, he opened two more Presbyterian churches and served as the weekend pastor of the local church for six years while teaching at the local seminary. He has taught "spiritual and ministry formation and "ministerial leadership", as well as elective courses for church building and leadership development. He also supervised ministerial doctoral programs in seminaries and served as the director of DMin for all seminaries in North America President of the Association. In 28 years, he served on the National Committee responsible for building churches for the American Presbyterian Church and helped build more than 1,000 churches. His book "What is the personality of your church?" : Discover and develop your church’s style of ministry," designed to help pastors and pulpit committees understand their unique church ministry styles and gifts. Douglas and his wife Rebecca have four children and 10 grandchildren.

Richmond joined W&L in 2015 as the Vice President of Admissions and Financial Aid. Based on her own change experience at Davidson College, her alma mater, she spent 25 years in education, investing in student gains and appreciation Opportunities for general education. . Richmond has long been particularly interested in gender studies, which has influenced her university honors thesis, postgraduate guidance, and the Anglican High School's longitudinal research projects. She has worked at Occidental College for 9 years and continues to serve at W&L. She has been very happy to serve on national and regional committees. Stone has established a strong team of admissions, assistance and Johnson Project colleagues at W&L. Since she took office, the first-year curriculum has grown significantly in terms of ethnic and socioeconomic diversity while maintaining a high Educational background and broad interests. Richmond and her husband Thom have a daughter.

Wright served as an associate adviser to President Barack Obama. Prior to that, he served as the director and adviser of the National Security Subcommittee of the US House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee. He also served as Assistant Counsel to Vice President Al Gore at the Clinton White House, and after Bush v. Gore, he still served as Gore's general counsel after he stepped down. In private practice, Wright was a partner in the Washington office of K&L Gates; he also served as a white-collar investigative and litigation attorney at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Jackson Kelly PLLC. He spent five years teaching constitution, criminal law, criminal procedure, and presidential powers at Savannah Law School. He also taught related courses at West Virginia University School of Law and Armstrong State University. In addition, he is the founding editor of Just Security, a national security blog at New York University School of Law. Wright graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law and the University of Washington and Lee University. He was awarded the Harry S. Truman Scholarship for his commitment to public service.

(Islamabad, Pakistan) is studying neuroscience with a minor in creative writing and Middle East and South Asian studies (language focus). She is an accommodation advisor for freshmen, a member of the Office of Inclusion and Participation (OIE) Dean's Advisory Board, and an OIE student ambassador. Ahmad actively conducts peer tutoring through the Writing Center and tutoring through the International Education Center. Ahmad served as the co-chairman of the International Student Association and served as a peer consultant specializing in diversity.

(Charlotsville, Virginia) Is studying for a dual degree in psychology and strategic communication. She participated in the Washington and Lee Women's Women's Volleyball team and served as the captain, and is considered a national and academic athlete. Berry mentored her peers to become a group member and worship leader for reforming university scholarships. She is keen to establish connections between university ambassadors and WLULEX communication team members.

(Montgomery, Texas) is studying mathematics with a minor in computer science and classical literature. She worked as a STEM researcher for several years, became the head of the laboratory, and now continues to use these skills as a math assistant. Cone is also active in multiple branches of the FYOC leadership, helping the organization find a way to deal with the pandemic O-week challenge. Now, she spends most of her time running Indie Big-Little, marketing for Friday Underground and preparing for the upcoming SSA conference.

(Nashville, Tennessee) Major in biochemistry, minor in mathematics and poverty studies. Holladay is a Johnson Scholar, active on campus, serving as a peer consultant, organic chemistry laboratory assistant and volunteer pre-enterprise training leader. She also serves as the Vice President of the University Ambassador and interviews potential students through her as part of the W&L admissions process. Holladay also invested in the Lexington community, served as a junior high school life director at Lylburn Downing Middle School, mentored junior high school girls, and served on the university leadership team of Rockbridge Church. Holladay is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a historian of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Health Professional Honor Society.

(Sunnyvale, California) is a political major with a minor in data science, digital culture and information. Marvet served on the Hillel Student Council for three years, most recently as promoted chairman, and founded the chapter of the W&L charity organization Challah for Hunger. She is a member of the Contact and Digital Humanities Committee and a member of the Student Advisory Group of the Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Committee. She served as the state chairman of the 2020 mock conference and the engagement editor of Ring-tum Phi, and has organized politically in the local community. She is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, a political science honor society.

(Godley, Texas) majoring in religion and philosophy. During the summer and winter holidays of 2020, she was awarded funding for modern and ancient theological and philosophical research with faculty members. She has participated in W&L Hillel for three years and served as the Sabbath chairperson and speaker co-chairperson for the 2018-2019 and 2020-2021 academic years on the Hillel undergraduate committee. Before joining the InterVarsity Christian Scholarship, she was a member of the Small Group Scholarship. Oliveira is also a mentor to Johnson Scholars.

(Verona, Wisconsin) Major in biochemistry, sociology and anthropology, minor in poverty studies. She is a peer consulting, diversity peer consulting, Tri-Beta Biology Honor Society, Women in Technology and STEM, Rockbridge Faith, and a member of the leadership team of the Scientific Society and Art Research Conference. She is also a college singer, Alpha Epsilon Delta Health Pre-Honor Society, Kathekon Alumni Chapter Volunteer and a member of Johnson Johnson Mentorship Program, and she is engaged in biochemistry and anthropology research. She has been a fellow tutor of chemistry and organic chemistry, and is also the president of the International Study Students Association.

(Student in Greenville, South Carolina) Double major in English and Classics. She likes to write, and as a peer tutor, she has the opportunity to share her passion for storytelling, reading, creating and encouraging other students to pursue academic or creative writing interests. Townsend also works in Rockbridge Church’s elementary school program and volunteered as an after-school teacher at Waddell Elementary. She is a member of Eta Sigma Phi and serves on Pi Beta Phi's leadership and nomination committee, dedicated to ensuring that young women have a bright future on campus. She is the captain of the golf team, is a three-time academic national champion, and has also won the ODAC Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award in the past two years.

(Wilmert, Illinois) is a business journalism major and has been an active member of the hockey team for four years. She is the second team member in the history of the program to receive the NFCCA Scholars Excellence Award. By her sophomore year, she was elected to represent the Executive Committee of the 2021 class. Doran also reported for the Rockbridge Report and served as one of the project leaders for W&L Student Consulting.

(Arlington, Texas) Major in history and German. He has been a member of the Resident Life Team for three years; during the 2020-21 academic year, he was the chief residential consultant for Gaines Hall. Flood is the senior justice of the Student Judiciary Committee for 2020-2021. He has served on the University’s Republican Leadership Group and on the club football team. He is also an active member of Rockbridge Church.

(Boones Mill, Virginia) Major in mathematics and minor in computer science. She is an active member of the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and has served as a large group coordinator, leading academy coordinator and disciple position. She is currently the team leader. She is the treasurer of Engineering Community Development Club, social media chairman and co-founder of Outreach Link, a club dedicated to raising funds and raising awareness for victims of mass shootings. Garst has received funding for research on number theory and algebraic geometry, and currently serves as a teaching assistant for several mathematics professors, and has served as a tutor at the same level as introductory courses in mathematics and physics.

(Severna Park, Maryland) Major in environmental studies, minor in classics and poverty studies. As a member of the wrestling team for four years, he participated in two championships while wrestling for the general. Hofstedt has been active in the "Campus Kitchen Leadership Team" for four years, serving as the Chair of Kitchen Management and the "Campus Garden/Campus Kitchen" partner coordinator. At last year's mock conference, he served as governor of Wyoming and served as a sergeant in the Psi Brotherhood of Phi Kappa for two years. Hofstedt also participated in the training program of the General Leadership Academy and is a pre-instructed travel leader for pre-sustainability guided travel.

(Raleigh, North Carolina) is a cognitive and behavioral science major with double minors in poverty and human capabilities, as well as women, gender, and sex studies. She was the captain of the women's basketball team in her junior and senior years, and participated in the Generals Leadership Academy in her second year. She won the ODAC First Team, Defensive Player of the Year and VaSID Statewide Second Team titles. Hughes also serves as an ambassador for the Office of Inclusion and Participation. In the fall of 2020, she hosted a group of six minority student-athletes who shared their experiences in Washington and Lee campuses. Hughes volunteered as a mentor at Waddell Elementary School and volunteered as an assistant basketball coach for Lylburn Downing Middle School and Rockbridge County High School.

(Severna Park, Maryland) is a cognitive and behavioral science major, while poverty studies is a minor. Keller serves as the head of the WyldLife youth team at Maury River Middle School, and he tutors students through after-school enrichment plans to help students at risk. She also served as a volunteer coordinator for secondary school tuition and as her consolation service director. Through this event, she organized fundraising activities and the first ever women's service day composed of Greek women and independent women. For the past three years, she has been a peer counselor, specializing in sexual assault and abuse, and helping first-year students transition to university. Keller is active in the outing club and is the leader of the pre-appalachian expedition.

(Dayton, Ohio) is a major in mathematics and economics for Chinese minors. Maria is one of the executive directors of Washington and Lee Student Consulting, for which she established the Alumni Mentoring Program. Kisker, who is also very interested in politics, has always been the student coordinator of Washington Term, chaired the overseas delegation of mock conferences, and served as the discussion leader of political speeches at the Tocqueville Forum. In addition, she serves as the music director of Jubilee, teaches fitness classes, presides over singing in the morning at Trinity United Methodist Church, and is an introductory tutor in economics.

(Richmond, Virginia) is a major in European history. Minors learn classics and dance. She is the current president of Washington and Lee Discourse Dance Company. In addition to choreographing original works, she has also played the leading role in the band for more than three years. Lewis (Lewis) served as the chief operating officer and head of human resources of Kappa Alpha Theta. Since the first semester of W&L, she has been serving as a student listening consultant. In the summer of 2019, as part of the Ancient Graffiti Project, she was awarded the Johnson Johnson scholarship to conduct research in Pompeii, Italy. She has won many academic awards, including the Washington Family Descent Scholarship, the Elizabeth B. Garrett History Scholarship and the William F. Hirschman Memorial Award.

(Goshen, Kentucky) majoring in economics and global politics. The whole ODAC school and the second group of ODAC swimmers contributed to the three general ODAC Championships. Luzzio was also active as a professional researcher and university ambassador during university, and she participated in the Generals Leadership Academy training program. She is currently working on an honors thesis in economics, studying the relationship between empowerment of women and environmental sustainability.

(Charlotte, North Carolina) is a cognitive and behavioral science major and also educates minors. She served as the president of Kappa Kappa Gamma in 2020 and was the event chairman a year ago. She is a peer counselor for first-year students, has served as a university ambassador for two years, and played harp in the first year of the university band. Since the first year, Moran has been a member of the Child and Gender Development Research Group, under the leadership of Dr. Megan Fulcher, and has been a participant coordinator and laboratory manager for the past two years. Moran served as a summer research scholar in the summer of 2019 and 2020, further enhancing her research experience at Dr. Fulcher and creating novel research fields. She also served as a teaching assistant for the CBSC Statistics and Research Design course.

(Newcastle, Washington) is an English major with a minor in poverty and human capacity studies. He plans to go to medical school after graduation and become a primary care doctor. He helped establish the W&L Remote Area Medical Campus Branch, which is responsible for coordinating students’ health care volunteer activities, and he has collaborated with the Oda Foundation to research youth smoking and raise awareness and awareness of interventional health care in rural Nepal. funds. He holds leadership positions in the campus kitchen and the Habitat Center, and is also the editor of The Night Watch. He is also a tutor and Bonner Scholar at the Writing Center.

(Nashville, Tennessee) A double major in sociology and global politics, and a minor in Arabic in the studies of the Middle East and South Asia. She is the captain of the cross country team, is a member of the diversity, inclusion and equality team of the track team, and has participated in the General Leadership Academy. She is the editor-in-chief of "W&L Political Review" and is active in the Career and Professional Development Office as a career researcher, providing students with professional documentation, networking and interview preparation. She also co-led the prayer and discussion group within the Reform University Scholarship (RUF) leadership group, which focused on improving inclusiveness and community within the RUF.

(Katy, Texas) is a history major with a minor in poverty and human capabilities. He is the head of the W&L Peer Consulting Program and an important staff member of the W&L Outing Club. Tucker was a member of the W&L Men’s Swimming Team in the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 seasons and won a team of plenary sports and academic honors in both seasons. He is the recipient of the 2020 Elizabeth B. Garrett Scholarship for Excellence in Historical Studies and is the current S. Cullum Owings Fellow at W&L.

(San Antonio, Texas/Mexico City, Mexico) Double major in cognitive and behavioral sciences and romantic language, and double major in poverty and human ability studies. As a Bonner leader, she served as Souper Bowl Chairman and Treasurer and Vice President of Campus Kitchen, and actively volunteered at the Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center. Terroba leads philanthropy, serves as the charity chairperson, and serves as the community service chairperson for the Catholic Campus Bureau. She is also actively serving as Minister of the Eucharist of the Catholic Church of St. Patrick.

(Thomasville, Georgia) is a minor in economics, environmental studies, poverty, and human capabilities. Through the "Shepherd's Poverty Research Program", he worked as an after-school tutor at the Lexington Youth Office and as the head of the pre-tour of voluntary entrepreneurship guidance. On campus, Watt has served as a peer advisor to the steering committee for three years and won the "Outstanding Male Peer Advisor Award." In the outing club, he actively served as an important employee leader, and for the upcoming first year as the leader of the guided tour of the Appalachian expedition. He is the male recipient of the G. Holbrook Barber Scholarship in 2021. Watt is the co-founder of the college club running team.

(Whitehouse Station, New Jersey) is a biology major with a minor in creativity. She was the resident consultant for the first year in three years. She was awarded the Douglas C. Halstead Memorial Scholarship for her outstanding personality and served as Graham Lee's chief resident consultant. As a peer coaching coordinator, Wickman implemented training courses, developed a website and oversaw the program’s transition to CARPE. She has worked with Dr. Sarah Blythe on obesity for three years, including collaboration with Virginia Tech Leadership Coding. Wickman (Wickman) is the co-chair of the Beta Beta Beta National Honor Society of Biology and a mentor of the Pre-Health Club. Outside of school, she is an MCAT tutor and a crisis consultant for National Crisis Textline. She studied pediatrics at the University of Rochester and conducted neonatal medical research at the University of Nebraska. Next year, Wickman will attend medical school to pursue her interest in pediatrics.

(Palm Coast, Florida) is a classic book, a double major in medieval and Renaissance studies. She is the president of the Multicultural Student Association. After becoming the host of GroupMe in the 2022 grade, she also served as the co-chair of the first year orientation committee. In addition to her courses, Yorio has also served as a research expert on ancient graffiti projects and a volunteer for Waddell. Primary school Latin club. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, she has been serving as the principal of "Tough Times" at her home in Flagler County, Florida, a free tutoring service designed to reduce the burden of online education .

(Stone Mountain, Georgia) is a cognitive and behavioral science major. Since her sophomore year, she has been the secretary general of the African Association and currently serves as the social chairman of the Black Solidarity Student Association. Anekwe-Desince helped found Groove Calendar and has been the chief graphic designer since its inception. She is the designated student representative of the University Inclusion and Campus Climate Committee (UCICC) and was selected as a program consultant for the 2020 Advanced Immersion and Tutoring Program. She belongs to the Leadership Education and Development Program (LEAD) and is a research assistant in the Sociology and Psychology Laboratory.

(Durham, North Carolina) Major in cognitive and behavioral sciences, minor in poverty and human capabilities research. Beeley worked as a physician assistant (PA) training at W&L. She is recognized as the most outstanding female peer advisor for the 2019-2020 school year and is a core member of its leadership team. As part of the Pre-Health Club, Beeley is a former PA instructor for students interested in medicine. She is the team leader of the Reform University Scholarship (RUF) and a volunteer for the Children's Ministry of Rockbridge Church. Beeley is also active in the campus garden.

(Lexington, Virginia) Major in Chemistry and Classics, minor in Poverty and Human Capability Studies. She is an assistant auditory consultant and junior Owings researcher. She is also a member of the Eta Sigma Phi Classic Honor Society and the Alpha Epsilon Delta Health Professional Honor Society. Elizabeth is a member of the Reform University Scholarship Leadership Team. She serves at the Grace Episcopal Church in Lexington (Grace) and is the co-founder of Club Running and the head of the Outing Club orientation trip. She is also an after-school tutor for students in Rockbridge County High School and a volunteer in the Rockbridge Regional Relief Association (RARA) pantry.

(Lahore, Pakistan) is a major in economics and mathematics. The head of the W&L GenTech speaker series, he is also a peer tutor of econometrics, and co-authored empirical research on international trade with Dr. Michael Anderson. Rafay delivered a speech at the Rockbridge Interfaith panel meeting in 2019 and won the Outstanding Lawyer Award in the AMTA region in 2020. He is still active in the outing club and RARA volunteers. In Pakistan, he coached the debate at Lahore Grammar High School and helped students form a national team. Rafay also presided over the internship training program of Akhuwat, the country's most famous microfinance organization.

(Birmingham, Alabama) Major in medieval and Renaissance studies, major in English, and minor in classics. Hoglund is an active member of the Washington and Lee performing arts, continues to participate in choral shows, and has played the leading role in six theater performances by Washington and Lee. She is one of two student representatives on the college’s executive committee and an ambassador for the Office of Inclusion and Participation. She is passionate about her job as a student file manager at Hillel House.

(West Chester, Pennsylvania) is a Johnson Scholar with a dual degree in mathematics and classics. He is the co-chair of the first year introduction committee, the host of the first year of 100 courses, a board member of the Office of Inclusion and Participation, and a member of the University of Washington and Lee University singers. He is also the treasurer of the Peer Counseling Program and won the "Most Outstanding Male Peer Counseling" award in his sophomore year. Larsen is an experienced researcher who worked on algebraic number theory, knot theory and mathematical literacy projects in the early days of the Roman Empire, and as a result published many publications and delivered regional lectures. In addition, since his first year on campus, he has served as a university ambassador, co-auction chairman of mock conferences, and peer tutor on five topics.

(Richmond, Virginia) Majored in film production. Zunk is a founding member of the W&L Film Association. He actively directs and produces films with the campus team of students and teachers. He collaborated with Horizon Project, a domestic violence agency in Lexington, and co-directed W&L's first feature-length film "Intimate Violence", a documentary portrait about domestic violence. In addition, Zunk's photographic art also explores themes of identity, self-expression and natural beauty.

Houston, Texas is a member of the Healthy Sexual Culture Committee (HSCC) subcommittee, a teaching assistant at Zoom, the vice chairman of the Disability Law Student Association, and the client advisory chairman of the Moot Court Executive Committee. Actively instruct several students in 2L and 1L classes in autumn. Dickerson also volunteered in the food bank of the Rockbridge Area Relief Association and transcribed documents for the Smithsonian.

(Hebbronville, Texas) participated in community activities in Lexington, from volunteering in local Christmas parades to supporting local businesses and advocating small-scale agriculture. Garza's leadership in the community goes beyond the official role in the organization, but instead focuses on building relationships and giving back to the people of Rockbridge County. In addition, during this period of intense division between the county and university campuses, he also served as a campus leader leading folk discourse. He is also a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

(Newport News, Virginia) is the executive editor of the Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice, and a first-generation student resource.

(Cary, North Carolina) is the recipient of the Robert Bentley Scholarship. She has served as a senior article editor for the Washington and Lee Law Review, a research assistant to Professor Johanna Bond and a member of the executive board of OUTLaw. Gray is also an active member of the Women's Law Student Organization and the American Constitutional Society. Before entering law school, she worked as a research consultant at the Lewin Group in Falls Church, Virginia. Gray graduated from Davidson College in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in political science and a major in medical humanities.

(Ridgelands, Virginia) is the vice president of the 2021 Student Lawyers Association; the president of LGBTQ+ legal relations organization OutLaw; and the diversity student ambassador of the Office of Inclusion and Participation. He has served as a fellow LGBTQ+ campus counselor, a student advocate for the WLU Law School's Diversity Equality and Inclusion Committee, and a Kirgis Fellow 1L mentor. He has also served on the executive board of Phi Alpha Delta and the Law School. Hardy graduated from Radford University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science.

(Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania) received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Economics from Wilkes University in 2018 with honors. Corey is the editor-in-chief of the Washington and Lee Law Review. He published his statement in the "Review" in December 2020, that is, the Federal District Court Appeals Court: According to statutory jurisdiction and constitutional provisions, whether it is possible to legally allow the district court judges of Article 2255 motions within the statutory jurisdiction . Hauser also served as a hearing consultant during his first academic year. Since 2012, he has volunteered as a minor league baseball referee in his hometown.

(Boston, Massachusetts) Assisting the admissions office of the law school as a W&L legal ambassador. She is active in many organizations that hold multiple board positions. She served as the fundraising and marketing chairperson and secretary of the Women's Law Student Organization in the second year. She is a historian of the W&L Black Law Student Association and the treasurer of the Campus Change Student Alliance. She is also a member of the executive board of W&L Pro Bono.

(Richmond, Virginia) is the executive editor of the German Law Journal and the secretary of Washington and Lee Zhang of the American Constitutional Society. During her 2L working year, she served as the co-chair of the International Law Society. In addition to these responsibilities, she also serves as a mentor for law students through WLSO and a junior editor of The Wall Street Journal.

(Norfolk, Virginia) Focus on transactional business law research. Pugh has served as the student leader of the Teacher Selection Committee, the Student Library Advisory Committee, the Law School Family Group, the Women's Law Association and the Agricultural Law Association, and many other groups dedicated to student success. She is also a long-term member of Phi Beta Kappa. As a resource and consultant, she often learns from previous work experience and advises students who are looking for a job. In addition, Pugh often shares her experience at W&L with prospective law students. With the support of her husband and young son, she strives to meet openly with their community members with love and respect.

(Harare, Zimbabwe) is active in the mentoring programs of the Black Law Student Association (BLSA) and the Women’s Law Student Organization (WLSO). In the past two years, she has been a mentor to a few first-year law students. Shahadat is also the current chairman of the BLSA Community Service Committee. She is one of the organizers of the MLK Service Day held on campus in January 2019.

(Houston, Texas) is the winner of the 2020 Louise A. Halper Best Note Book Award. She is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice. Mr. Shi is an active advocate and representative of the school and has served as a legal ambassador and assistant to the admissions office. She belongs to and participates in a number of organizations dedicated to promoting the W&L legal community and the entire Lexington/Rockbridge community, including the W&L Women’s Law Student Organization, the Phi Alpha Delta Legal Association (PAD) and the W&L Pro Bono Committee.

(Falls Church, Virginia) Graduated from the University of Virginia in 2015 with a double degree in cognitive science and government. He is the chair of the mock trial competition, the health ambassador of the W&L Student Lawyers Association and the education chair of the Antitrust and Consumer Law Association. He is also responsible for the "W&L Law BAR REVIEW Podcast". Tran is a competitive primitive weightlifter and the president of W&L's power club and boxing club.

(Briacliff Manor, New York) is the panel editor of "Washington and Lee" and "Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice", and is committed to organizing the magazine's first virtual panel discussion this fall. Wilson is also the chairman of the Environmental Law Society and a member of the Women's Law Student Organization. She has performed in the spring performance of W&L Repertory Dance Company, taught yoga to law school students during Wellness Week, and taught chemistry courses at VMI.

Centreville, Virginia is a member of the Kirgis Fellow, co-supervising 20 first-year law students. D'Ercole serves as a volunteer on the Legal Remedy Committee of the Rockbridge County Chapter of NAACP and coordinates with various local groups to register W&L students to vote. He is very happy by participating in the LGBTQ+ law student affinity group OutLaw and serving as the treasurer. D'Ercole is also a guest writer for the Washington and Lee Law Review. His student notes focus on voter suppression strategies aimed at college students and how Congress uses its law enforcement power to improve voting. He recruited new law students as legal ambassadors in the admissions office. His profile led him to the final of the John W. Davis Appeals Competition.

(Pennington, New Jersey) serves as the chairperson of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), where she has put forward various initiatives to increase the diversified enrollment rate of law schools, incorporate racial topics into classroom discussions, and make BLSA current The members and colors to promote personal guidance and professional development. She is also the Kirgis researcher tutor for 20 1L students. She assisted in guiding the undergraduate mock trial team and participated in mock competitions within Washington and Li and outside BLSA. She also served as a legal ambassador in the admissions office.

(St. John, Antigua) is working in business law. He is often referred to as "Terry" and he is actively involved in W&L's diversity and inclusion work. He has served as a volunteer on multiple D&I committees to identify obstacles that prevent W&L from achieving its diversity goals, and as the treasurer of the Black Law Students Association, he successfully organized a video fundraiser in 2020. "W&L Law" participates in the 2020 ABA negotiation competition and guides W&L's undergraduate mock trial team in his spare time.

(Brooklyn, New York) won the best oral defense lawyer in the 2020 John W. Davis Appeal Defense Competition and will represent W&L Law in the 2021 Philip Jessup International Moot Court Competition. Wade is a research assistant and active member of the Black Law Students Association. Through the Tyrone Gayle Scholars Programme, he guides from underrepresented communities interested in politics s student.

(Tallahassee, Florida) is the Virginia Subregional Director for the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA). Watts also participated in the BLSA coaching program and received some formal and informal coaching. He also assists in the guidance of BLSA and university mock trial teams.

The Omicron Delta Kappa Association is the National Leadership Honor Society, established on December 3, 1914 at Washington and Lee University. The association of 15 students and faculty members established the society to recognize and encourage leadership at the university level. The founders created the ODK philosophy, which is that individuals representing all stages of university life should work with faculty, staff and others to support campuses and communities. ODK's mission is to recognize and train leaders; encourage cooperation among students, faculty, staff, and alumni; and promote ODK's ideals of scholarship, service, integrity, character, and scholarship throughout North American university campuses.

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