Leonella Stephens is a Hunter College graduate who obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Romance Languages and minored in Sociology. Before her adventures and time at Hunter, she transferred from Hostos Community College where she obtained an Associate's Degree in Office Technology and minoring in French language and Comprehension. Leonella obtained a certificate of Recognition of Achievement in a well known program called CUNY EDGE at Hunter which is dedicated to promoting successful postsecondary outcomes for matriculated CUNY undergraduate students who receive cash assistance. Working in various departments at Hunter throughout her time, she gained experience, recognition, and skills. Now as a USG Office manager at Hunter, her mission is to grow within the community and to be engaged in various student activities and events. She is also willing to help students with questions about graduation and programs to the best of her knowledge. Outside her job, she is a dedicated and active community member of a testing program and digital quality called Applause which improves future technology and various testings, She is also an active participant at the Research studies in Columbia University PhenoGenetic Project (CUPP). She is honored and more than grateful in being part of the USG team and Hunter Community once again.
Emily Lin is a freshman in the Daedalus Scholars Program majoring in computer science and planning on minoring in Chinese and Mathematics. She currently works for Kodely, teaching computer science to the youth and providing live demonstrations in order to foster their interest in tech. In her free time, she likes to draw, play video games, and help people who are struggling in math/coding.