Fifteen students have been selected to participate in this year’s Campus Life Leadership Council (CLLC). The CLLC is a leadership development program sponsored by ODUS that focuses upon reflection, community building, and skill development and provides an opportunity for students who are involved in a variety of different co-curricular activities on campus to connect with and learn from one another as they navigate their different leadership journeys at Princeton. These students are involved with many different co-curricular activities on campus including: undergraduate student government, varsity athletics, ROTC, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, student groups, on-campus employment, residential college advisors, Outdoor Action, Vote100, and eating club leadership.
Campus Life Leadership Council
Emma Parish ‘21 is a junior from Tenafly, NJ concentrating in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs with a Certificate in Asian American Studies. On campus, her main involvement is with Class Government as she is currently serving as the President of the Class of 2021. Emma is also excited to be an RCA, a Tour Guide, and a Chair of the Student Groups Recognition Committee!
Emma Pannullo ‘20 is a junior from Kensington, Maryland and is studying in the Economics department. A cadet in Army ROTC, she will commission as an Active Duty Second Lieutenant in the United States Army in June 2020. She is chair of the Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS) Student Advisory Council and is a member of Princeton Running Club.
Jasmin Capellan ’20 is a senior from Bronx, NY in the Anthropology department with a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. heavily involved with dance as the current President of Más Flow Dance Company and a member of Black Arts Dance Company and Blasé. Outside of dance you will usually find her behind the Frist Welcome Desk. As the Connecting Matters Fellow for UMatter, she organizes events and curate wellness posts. Most recently, she became a Forbes RCA.
Caleb Visser ’20 is a senior at Princeton University majoring in Politics of International Relations with certificates in African and Latin American Studies. Caleb is the Company Commander of the Princeton Army ROTC Program, responsible for training and developing Princeton's cadets. He has served as a student government executive, Residential College Advisor at Wilson College and organizer of Vote100, a campus civic engagement initiative.
Will Stocovaz ‘22 is a sophomore from Philadelphia, PA. On campus, he is a member of the Men's Heavyweight Rowing Team and a student manager in the Whitman dining hall.
Zoya Shoaib ‘20 is a senior from Mechanicsburg, PA majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Entrepreneurship. Currently, she is a Residential College Advisor in Whitman College and the chair of the Computer Science Council. Previously, she was a member of Princeton Tiger Challenge, the chair of Whitman College Council, a SHARE peer, and a Peer Career Adviser.
Manasseh Alexander ‘21 is a junior from Long Island, NY in the philosophy department also getting a visual arts certificate. On campus he’s involved with OA, Campus Rec and plays a club sport. He is super excited to be a part of the council this year!
Justin Wittekind ‘22 is a sophomore from San Clemente, California. He served as 2018 Co-President of the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, alongside the outstanding Lena Hu '20.
Morgan Smith ‘21 is a junior in the Woodrow Wilson School from Stevenson Ranch, CA. She serves as Secretary for the American Whig-Cliosophic Society, the nation's oldest collegiate political and debate society, and a cohort leader for Vote100, Princeton's largest student voting and civic engagement initiative. She is also involved with the Princeton Association of Black Women as social chair. For fun, she works in the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students and is a choreographer for Black Arts Company: Dance. Morgan hopes to go to law school.
Kelli Calhoun ’20 is a senior from Canyon Country, CA majoring in the Sociology Department. Outside of the classroom, she serves multiple roles on campus: she’s a varsity women's soccer player, an officer at Cannon Dial Elm Club, an Intramural Supervisor at Campus Rec, a Student Athlete Wellness Leader, and a member of the Campus Life Leadership Council.
Daniel Benitez ’21 is a junior concentrating in Spanish and Portuguese. He is a Theater certificate student and is also pursuing a certificate in Translation and Intercultural Communication. Daniel is involved with diSiac dance company, Más Flow dance company, and Princeton Triangle Club, as well as a student fellow for UMatter and an RCA in Forbes College.
Ellen Scott-Young ’20 is a senior concentrating in Anthropology from Australia. On campus, Ellen has served as a class officer, is the president of the Conservation Society and is a member of the varsity track and field team.
Juston Forte ‘20 is a senior from Modesto, CA majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School. On campus, Juston is currently involved as a Wilson Residential College Advisor and is the president of the Class of 2020. In addition to this, he's the current senior chair for the Alcohol Initiative Board and a Wilson Ceramics Studio Manager. To help stay active, he is a member of Clockwork, Princeton's club frisbee team, and regularly plays pick-up basketball with friends.
Gianna Mavica ’21 is a junior Woodrow Wilson School major from Colts Neck, NJ. She is also a member of the softball team. She is extremely excited about joining this council and enhancing her leadership skills!
Gabriel "Gab" Duguay ‘22 is a sophomore from Truro, Nova Scotia. Gab studies in the Politics department with a focus on Indigenous Fisheries Policy. Gab is the Prime Minister of the Canada Club, where he planned and executed the NextGen Canada trip for students to learn about Canadian Public Policy. Gab is an Undergraduate Student Government U-Councillor, chairing the Indigeneity at Princeton Task Force and a member of the Sustainability and Mental Health Task Forces, the Projects Board, and the Council of the Princeton University Community. Gab is involved in service as an EcoReps Leader, member of the Food Justice Service Focus cohort, as a Community Action Orientation Leader, and as a Director of the Canadian Student Debating Federation, where he helps promote debating in rural and remote communities. In his free time, Gab enjoys being a member of the Princeton Debate Panel and Princeton University Band.