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2023-24 Student Advisory Committee Members

Karlah Culver

Karlah Culver, CALS 2026

Karlah is a sophomore from Riverdale, NY majoring in Biology & Society with a minor in Health Equity, studying in the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences. On campus, Karlah is committed to her job as Student Manager for Cornell Catering & Concessions. She also serves as the Vice President of Weill Ithaca Network and Cornell Days Chair for Big Red Ambassadors. You can often find her snuggled in the stacks of Uris Library enjoying coffee and pastries from Libe Cafe. Outside of her studies, she enjoys traveling, shopping, thrifting, long drives, and volunteering as an EMT at the Lansing Fire Department. Reach out to her anytime at


Anna Hooper

Anna Hooper, CALS 2025

Anna is a junior from Middleburgh, NY. She attends the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and is pursuing a career in Communication. In addition to volunteering, Anna enjoys writing for the Cornell Daily Sun and working as an Intergroup Dialogue Project facilitator. In her spare time, you can usually find her taking a long walk around campus, watching a movie, or hanging out with friends. Reach out to her anytime at


Peyton Lancaster

Peyton Lancaster, Engineering 2025

Peyton is a junior from Grosse Pointe, Michigan majoring in biomedical engineering. On campus, you can find Peyton working as a fitness monitor, working as a research assistant in Butcher lab, doing homework in Upson or grabbing a coffee from Gimme Coffee. Outside of school, Peyton enjoys golfing, thrifting, listening to music, exploring the Ithaca Farmer’s Market and spending time with friends. Her favorite restaurants in Ithaca are Thompson and Bleecker and Hound and Mare. Feel free to reach out anytime at


Stuart Lundberg

Stuart Lundberg, CALS 2026

Stuart is a sophomore from Southwest Michigan in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, planning to concentrate in finance and strategy. In the future, he hopes to work in a fast-paced environment, possibly in the sports or space sector. In his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, watching baseball, eating New York Cheesecake Blizzards, and running a non-profit called The Lundberg Project. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to him at


Nneoma Udoyeh

Nneoma Udoyeh, CALS 2025

Nneoma is a junior from Lagos, Nigeria studying Applied Economics and Management with a minor in Computer Science. In the future, she hopes to use quantitative analysis to improve the way businesses operate. She works as a student assistant in the office of the Dean of Dyson. She also does work within her project team, Hack4Impact. In her free time, she does a lot of reading and enjoys taking naps, hiking,  playing the piano and trying new food. Feel free to reach out to her at


Xavier Diaz-Sun

Xavier Diaz-Sun, Arts and Sciences 2026

Xavier Diaz-Sun is a sophomore from Bridgewater, New Jersey, studying Computer Science and Mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences. He hopes to one day pursue a career in software development or data science. In addition to being on the SAC for the Cornell Tradition, he is also the Treasurer of the Chinese Students Association, the oldest and largest cultural organization on campus. In his spare time, Xavier enjoys talking with friends, lifting at the gym, and trying new foods. Feel free to reach out to him at


Carlos Apreza

Carlos Apreza, Arts and Sciences 2026

Carlos is a sophomore from Staten Island, NY. He is a first-generation student passionate about corporate finance and non-profit service. Carlos is pursuing a degree in Economics within the College of Arts and Sciences, fueled by his determination to impact communities and shape a better future positively. When he's not immersed in academics, Carlos enjoys leisurely walks in nature, weightlifting, and embarking on long drives to explore the landscapes of upstate NY. Feel free to reach out anytime at