Executive Board

Executive Board is the heart of Engineering House. The strongest leaders of House hold these positions. They manage all administrative aspects of House. They are required to meet and to discuss House issues before every House and Cabinet meeting and to meet with House's adviser.

President

Leiah Maloney

The President is the leader of all house functions and is responsible for the overall leadership and goal setting of House. The President must meet with the Residence Life Advisor once a week. The President also must act as a liaison between House and the Faculty Advisor, and meet with them as necessary. The President also oversees and encourages inter-special interest house relations.  


Vice-President

Kel Hakim

The vice-president manages the internal affairs of House and conducts member evaluations. The vice-president also assists the president as needed with any other tasks.  


Treasurer

Braden Feasley

The treasurer is responsible for managing House funds, budgeting, and keeping financial records. They purchase all items for House, and are responsible for keeping track of Cabinet fundraisers.


Secretary

Seth Gower

The Secretary is responsible for collecting attendance for all house events. Further, they are in charge of creating ballots for elections. In addition they are responsible for taking and distributing minutes for house meetings. Finally, they are in charge of keeping the filing cabinet organized and up-to-date.



Cabinet

Engineering House members stay busy with many different activities. Each member brings his or her own unique skills to House and is elected into a Cabinet position based on these skills. Cabinet is required to meet at least once per week. A description of each of these position as well as the name and picture of the current chairman can be found below.

Public Relations Chairman

Jonathan Dharmadi

The Public Relations Chairman keeps Engineering House involved in the community by planning various community service events throughout the year; two such events are Margaret's House and volunteering at the local animal shelter. Some of the other organizations Engineering House volunteers with or collects donations for include: FoodLink, Ronald McDonald House, A Meal & More, Toys for Tots, UNICEF, and the National MS Society. The chairman is also responsible for updating the bulletin board in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering in order to keep RIT up to date on Engineering House's activities.

Computer Chairman

Satyendra Emani

The Computer Chairman’s responsibilities include management of all computer-related and electronic equipment on floor and maintaining the website. This equipment includes, but is not limited to, the 3D printer, printer, scanner, servers, all of the audio and visual equipment, and the computer closet.

Recruitment Chairman

Faith Nee

The Recruitment Chairman is responsible for recruiting new on-floor and off-floor members for Engineering House. They are also in charge of the organization of open houses, collaboration with RIT regarding prospective students interested in Engineering, and arranging shadow visits for potential House members. For more information on the shadow program, see the Membership page.

Social Chairman

Kristy Stine

The Social Chairman's primary responsibility is to plan and run games, activities, and social events for the members of House in order for them to get to know each other and have fun together. Some of the events organized include: a trip to Darien Lake, the Amazing Maize Maze, fancy/classy parties, cookouts, beach trips, and other activities.

House Improvements Chairman

Hunter Leonard

The House Improvements Chairman's responsibilities include brainstorming, planning, overseeing, and participating in any activities involving physical improvement to Engineering House.

Project Chairman

Trent Truitt

The Project Chairman is responsible for reporting financial information and progress of any projects sponsored by floor quarterly, apart from freshman project, encouraging collaboration on projects, overseeing and, if necessary, organizing Engineering House sponsored projects. Further, they will be responsible for encouraging Engineering House’s involvement in the Imagine RIT festival.

Constitution Chairman & Historian

Nick Levie

The Constitution Chairman and Historian is responsible for knowing and interpreting the constitution and making sure that House follows the constitution. The constitution chairman is also responsible for overseeing the amendment and impeachment processes. Additionally, they are responsible for keeping track of Engineering House history.

Freshman Representative

Daniel Harig

The Freshmen Representative is responsible for facilitating the raising of funds and the completion of freshmen project.