November 30, 2011


Baruch College Reps:
2015                  Narisco Correa
2014                  Slava Brodetskiy
2013                  *Sarah Hussain
2012                  Shayan Saber

Brooklyn College Reps:
2015                  Albert Tong

Albert Tong is a freshman at Brooklyn College and is planning on majoring in chemistry and political science, but is currently on the pre-med track. Besides being a member of the Macaulay Scholar’s Council, he is also a member of Brooklyn College’s Global Medical Brigade. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, but lived in three other states before that. He has various hobbies that he enjoys on his free time: writing rap verses, collecting crystals, meditating, cooking awesome food, enjoying nature, and trying new things. If you have any questions or if you’re looking to chat with him about anything, he can be reached at

2014                  *Amy Gijsbers van Wijk

Picture taken by Meagan McLendon

Amy GvW (as she is usually called) is a sophomore at Brooklyn College and serving her second term on MSC. She is studying an interdisciplinary major called “Theatrical Authorship Studies,” as a part of the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary program. She is secretary for BC’s Undergraduate Theatre Organization, a co-leader of Macaulay’s Theatre Group with Jenna Jankowski and Michael Squitieri, and co-wrote the book and lyrics “Error 404!” of BC’s SING! 2011. Her interests include puppets, Existential Crises of the capital kind, and nerdy things. If you have any interests at all , feel free to reach her at
2013                  **Amy Ryan (2014)

City College Reps:
2015                  Zachary Hayworth

Zachary Hayworth is a Saint Louis native who moved to New York City to attend Macaulay Honor College. In high school he was president of the Gay Straight Alliance, chairman of the National Honors Society, and was involved in extensive community service. In addition to representing the Macaulay class of 2015 at CCNY, Zack is treasurer of CCNY’s Straight and Gay Alliance and a volunteer leader at the Go Project NYC, where he tutors underprivileged elementary school students. He is an Economics and Philosophy double major.

2014                  Andy Singh







2013                  *Elizabeth Kelman

Liz is in her third year at Macaulay and has served continuously on the Scholars Council since her freshman year. She is premed and majoring in Global Health through the CUNY BA for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies, with a minor in Spanish. Liz is passionate about food justice, particularly as it relates to health and environmental issues, and is a main organizer for CUNY FoodFEST. On campus, she is President of the City Agriculture Network (through which she runs a community garden on 141st Street) and Co-coordinator of the CCNY Honors peer mentoring program. Liz is the representative of the Class of 2013 on the Macaulay College Council.
2012                  **David Kane (2014)

Hunter College Reps:
2015                  Lawrence Kulishevsky

My name is Lawrence Kulishevsky and I am a freshman at the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter. I am representing the Class of 2015. My prospective majors of interest are Actuarial Science, Finance, and Psychology. I am a member of the Macaulay Business Club and the Macaulay Hunter Blog. Outside of school I take an interest in martial arts and sports. This is my first year serving on the Scholars Council and I have thoroughly enjoyed getting involved.


2014                  *Anthony Ventimiglia

Anthony Ventimiglia is a sophomore at the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter. A biology major on the pre-med track, Anthony is President of the Macaulay Honors Pre-Health Club and represents his class on the Macaulay Scholars Council. He is also planning a Macaulay-wide Service Abroad Opportunity through the Global Brigades Organization. As a freshman on the Scholars Council, Anthony played an integral part in the planning of Macaulay’s First Annual Olympics and Spring Picnic. When he is not engaged in his studies or student government work, he can be found hanging out with friends, playing sports, or at a Yankee game.

2013                  *Kaitlyn O’Hagan

Kaitlyn O’Hagan is studying History and Public Policy at Hunter. She is also a member of the Thomas Hunter Honors Program, and her THH concentration is English. Her work on the Scholars Council is focused on maintaing this website, planning two annual events beginning in 2011: the Cultural Passport Scavenger Hunt and SING!, and working with the College Council Curriculum Committee as a student liaison regarding Academic Affairs issues. She is more than happy to hear feedback and suggestions, or answer any questions you may have, and encourages you to contact her at


Lehman College Reps:
2015                  Steve Mathew

Steve Mathew is a freshman at Macaulay Honors College at Lehman college, who is going through the pre-medical track. He is a member of the Student Life committee and the Macaulay pre-medical club. In addition, he is a staff writer for the Lehman College Meridian.




2014                  *Joshua George

2013                  *Michal Medows

Michal Medows is proud to be the 2011-2012 representative of the Macaulay Lehman Class of 2013. A junior studying medicine, this is Michal’s third year on the Macaulay Scholars Council. A past President of Lehman College Hillel, she serves as the Student Coordinator of the Lehman College Blood Drives and Bone Marrow Drives. In her spare time, Michal enjoys reading, writing, fencing, and learning new languages. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact her at

2012                  ***Ravnit Bhatia (2013)

Queens College Reps:
2015                  Ebrahim Afshinnekoo

2014                  *Marianna Lamnina

2013                  *Aparna Gokhale
2012                  Natalia Donofrio

College of Staten Island Reps:
2015                  Diane Narouz
2014                  *Jenna Jankowski

Jenna Jankowski represents the class of 2014 at the College of Staten Island. She is currently majoring in English and Corporate Communications. Jenna founded the Macaulay Qudditch team earlier this year and is currently involved in planning the Spring Formal, Art’s Night and the Macaulay Olympics. She is currently working on getting the Macaulay Theater Group up and running with fellow scholars council rep Amy Gisbers Van Wijk and Macaulay Brooklyn student Michael Squitieri. If you’re interested in any of this, feel free to send her an e-mail.

2013                  Kristin Lamonte
2012                  ***Kanika Khanna (2013)

* Returning Member from MSC 2010-11
**Alternate Class Rep

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