The MFCNS Student Executive Board works closely with the Director, creating and implementing social and professional development programming for the entire membership. Any member can apply to serve and, if selected, would take on this leadership position for the entirety of the academic year. Applications for new members typically occurs during the Spring semester.
Hi! My name is Alyssa, and I am a senior from Gilbert, Arizona. I’m majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Business. On campus, I am involved with Cornell Digital Tech & Innovation (DTI), Arts and Sciences Peer Ambassadors, and Women in Computing at Cornell (WICC). My hobbies include piano, art, hiking, and trying out new coffee shops! I’m excited to be on Meinig Eboard this school year!
Hi! My name is Sasha Schwimmer. I’m a junior studying at the Hotel School from Dallas, Texas. I currently work as the Student Administrative Assistant for The Cornell Commitment Office. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends/family, going on long walks, painting, baking, and playing with my dog. One of my favorite parts about being a Meinig Scholar is the MFCNS Executive Mentoring program because it has allowed me to form personal relationships with Cornell leaders. As part of the Meinig EBoard, I look forward to helping to plan fun and engaging activities which will allow scholars to create memories and build lifelong friendships.
Hello! My name is Mia Honrubia, and I am a junior from McAllen, TX studying Human Biology, Health, and Society at the College of Human Ecology. I am a certified lactation counselor and found my passion for neonatology by volunteering in the NICU. I have since instituted several programs to better the lives of premature infants and their mothers and hope to continue my research here at Cornell. On Campus, I like to keep active, playing the Brazilian club sport, Footvolley (it is similar to beach volleyball, except no hands allowed)! Through Meinig, I not only have the opportunity to meet the current leaders on our beautiful Campus, I also get to collaborate with other members.
Hello! My name is Matthew Leonard, and I am a Junior studying Biology and Society in CALS from Long Island, New York. I recently worked in health administration at Northwell Health Lenox Hill Hospital and I have found a passion for hospital operations and health management. I hope to continue to explore and learn about the inner workings of the U.S. healthcare system here at Cornell. One of the best things about being a Meinig Scholar is the ability to take part in the MFCNS Executive Mentoring Program, where I was able to form meaningful relationships with amazing leaders that I idolized before coming to Cornell. I believe that all Meinigs should try their best to join the mentoring program and immerse themselves in this experience. I aim to be of help to any new and returning Meinigs to create the most meaningful experience possible!
My name is Steven Saldivar, and I am from Long Island, New York. I am majoring in Computer Science in the College of Engineering. On campus, I am involved with the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and the Diversity Programs in Engineering Office. I enjoy watching sports in my free time. As a part of the Meinig E-Board, I strive to create great experiences for all of our fellow scholars across campus.
Hello, My name Reggie Annor, and I am a sophomore from DC majoring in Biological Sciences. I am deeply interested in improving societal health and look forward to exploring the dimensions of health. This year, I am excited to create Meinig events and programs that center around the core values of servant leadership and commitment to benefiting our communities. As a Meinig Scholar, I have particularly enjoyed meeting peers and executive faculty who are equally passionate about change. Looking forward to a rewarding experience this year!