We are your trusty Eboard members! If you have any questions about the club, feel free to email any of us!
President: Jackson Lynch (He/Him)
Bio: Jackson is a senior at Northeastern studying civil engineering. He’s been a part of NUHOC ever since his freshman year and has learned about climbing, backpacking, backcountry skiing and much more over the past four years through the club. When not making trips up to the mountains, he can be found biking around the streets of Boston, and is excited to spend his last semester in Boston as president of the hooligans in this club.
Loj Committee Chair: Nat Talbot (He/They)
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Bio: Nat is a fifth year computer science major who likes to mountain bike. You can find him by turning on the food network and going to the place featured on diners, drive-ins, and dives because Nat is the human living inside Guy Fieri.
Treasurer: Anna Schwarzweller (She/Her)
Bio: Anna is a Wegmans-loving, upstate NY native, who loves hiking with lots of people far away from other people. When Anna’s not sleeping in a hammock, finding the perfect instant coffee-to-water ratio, flipping over her bike handlebars, or breaking everything she touches, you can find her studying civil engineering.
VP Organization: Lisa Sherman (She/Her)
Bio: Lisa is a fifth year chemical engineering major originally from the great midwestern state of Minnesota (which is definitely NOT flyover territory). She loves backpacking and long canoe trips, dabbles in climbing, and is always a fan of some good old fashioned relaxing hammocking. In the winter she can be seen hiking or excessively falling down the slopes attempting to ski. She has slated more Twenga wins than losses against our VP Pub, which I guess makes her kind of a big deal.
VP Trips: Anna LeClair (She/Her)
Bio: Anna is a second year Environmental Engineering major from Upstate NY. She enjoys hiking, biking, and trail running, especially in foliage season. Her favorite weather is 55 degrees and sunny. She loves meeting new people and encourages freshmen to dive right into NUHOC like she did last year!
VP Communications: Gabi Hayes (She/Her)
Bio: Gabi is a 4th year Health Science major and huge fan of sleeping in tents. You can usually find her talking about last semester in New Zealand or thinking about coastal Maine. Currently very interested in getting into apartment gardening and kayaking, so email her if you have any recommendations
VP Publicity: Will Peterson (He/Him)
Bio: Will is a third-year Behavioral Neuroscience major from western Maine. He enjoys backpacking, skiing, and bingo at the local retirement home. Combining the activities is preferable. His philosophy is to ruthlessly send it in events where one ought not to care so much. Examples? 2017 NEU Color Run champion. 2017&2018 NEU Underwear Run champion. 2020 Winter Carnival champion team. Cornhole aficionado. Undisputed Twenga (twister+jenga) Champion of the Regional World. Need he go on?
Gabby Hernandez (She/Her)
Bio: Gabby is a third year biochemistry major who loves backpacking and the Loj. Some of her favorite outdoor activities include hiking, climbing, and building fires (in appropriate locations). Her passion for the outdoors began when she led groups of children on week-long backpacking and canoeing trips in Northern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. She enjoys a good cup of tea and outdoor adventure books. If needed, she can be found hibernating in the gear locker.
Owen Poisson (He/Him)
Bio: Owen is a second year with a chemical engineering and biochemistry combined major. He always loves being outdoors when it’s snowing, and often when it isn’t raining, and sometimes when it is raining. His greatest NUHOC accomplishment is living to see another day after a glorious battle with Durio zibethinus (not the name of a Roman gladiator, but of an equally vicious Southeast Asian fruit). If you need outdoor gear or recommendations for hospitals near the Loj, he’s got you covered.
Activism Chair: Kat McElderry (She/They)
Bio: Kat is a third year Bioengineering major from Hood River, Oregon. She loves all outdoor adventures but especially outrigger canoeing. With this new Eboard position she hopes to help make NUHOC more accessible to all and encourage social and environmental change. Please let her know if you have any ideas, comments, or concerns.
Ski Chair: Justin Flodman (He/Him)
Bio: Justin is a third year Computer Science and Business student from the North Shore of MA. He enjoys hiking, climbing, skiing, most water sports, and can usually can be found hanging in a hammock. Firm believer that “hot” is anything above 70F and 20F – 40F is most comfortable.
Permanent SGA Rep: Meg Dalrymple (She/Her)
Bio: On May 8, 1996 the world was changed for the better. Margaret Riley Anne Dalrymple II was born. Through much trial and tribulation growing up in middle class suburban New Jersey, she persevered and was accepted to Northwestern University. In fall of 2014, she began her quest for knowledge in biology. During her sophomore year she was dragged to the luxurious Quincy Quarries to try going up things, Given the prime environment, she was instantly hooked on climbing. Her middler year she became the NUHOC climbing chair and has been ever since. She plans on dying in a freak accident at 69, but until then wants to do rad things outside.