The Northeastern University Huskiiers and Outing Club is the outdoors club at Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts


We are your trusty Eboard members! If you have any questions about the club, feel free to email any of us!

President: Liz Gmoser


Bio: Liz has embraced the coveted title of “middler” here at Northeastern, and is studying mechanical engineering (surprise, surprise, another engineer in NUHOC!). When she’s not in classes, you can usually find her running around the streets of Boston for “fun” (although why anyone would ever call running fun makes her question her own choices), baking up some delicious desserts that may or may not be used as bribery for friendships, whistling like a “1950’s dad”, or just finding any excuse to get outside.


Loj Committee Chair: Nat Talbot  

nuhoc.lcc@gmail.com or ntalbot.nat@gmail.com 

Bio: Nat is a fourth 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.

TreasurerTom Doyle


Bio: Tom is a third year Electrical Engineering student with a minor in Mechanical Engineering. His favorite outdoor activity is skiing, and he also enjoys hiking and kayaking. He joined NUHOC in his freshman year without knowing anyone, made a lot of awesome friends, and wants to encourage new members to do the same!!

VP Organization: Mac Guthrie


Bio: Mac is a third year Health Sciences major. She spends her weekends more often than not at the loj, and enjoys skiing, hiking,  and shenanigans. If looking for her, just follow the loud, overly enthusiastic voice.


VP TripsRamana Housman


Bio: Ramana is a third year Behavioral Neuroscience major who likes to try new things. Coming from Florida, she knew very little about all the fun that can be had outdoors in the Northeast until she joined NUHOC. She became a member having no camping, hiking, climbing, or skiing experience and wants all new members to know that if she can do it, you can too! Feel free to reach out to her if you ever want to learn more about the club or are nervous about becoming involved.

VP Publicity: Mallory Brown


Bio: Mallory is a third-year electrical engineer in classes. She joined NUHOC after going with the group to Acadia this summer. She grew up in Florida, so she’s wary of the approaching ski season and loves swimming, gators, and Florida Man stories. Some of her hobbies include singing, painting rocks solid colors, and spilling her oatmeal at work at least once a week. She also likes to go up things and can be a little overly enthusiastic about chipmunks and leafy trees.








VP Communications: CKat Cullina and McElderry

Cullina.c@husky.neu.edu & Kmce@gorge.net 

Bios: Cat is a second year student majoring in psychology and minoring in women’s studies. She especially loves climbing and backpacking and is super stoked to be on the e-board for the first time! 

Kat is a second year Bioengineering major. She loves outrigger canoes and pretty much all outdoor adventures (especially ones that take place in or on the water). 

Lead Meteorologist: Anna LeClair


Bio: Anna is a first year environmental science and geology major. She hails from upstate NY (NOT the city) and loves all things hiking, winter hiking, XC skiing, and running. She also enjoys playing clarinet in wind ensemble, photography, and above all else, chips and salsa.

Gear Guys:


Dan Schwindinger


Bio: Dan has been going to Northeastern for an unspecified number of nonconsecutive years, and he will eventually leave with a mechanical engineering degree. He likes skiing, hiking, and he swears he’s finally going to start climbing this year. Dan spends his time doing the crossword and reading in diners and pubs, because he is actually a Boomer.

Gabby Hernandez


Bio: Hello I am your gear gal, Gabby, and I am here to provide you with all your outdoor needs. I love trees, grass, snow, yurts, and meese. 

Permanent SGA Rep: Meg Dalrymple

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.