Katie is a senior McNair Scholar majoring in justice studies. Aside from her role as Student Honors Council president, Katie works for the Honors College as a first-year peer mentor coordinator, throws javelin on the Westminster Track and Field team, and has also been actively involved with the Feminist Club and Latinx Club. As someone who is deeply committed to justice and human rights, Katie plans to dedicate her life to fighting injustice. As Student Honors Council president, she hopes to continue the work of building a more inclusive honors program. In her free time, she enjoys having meaningful conversations, spending time with friends and family, and developing new hobbies!
Lia is a senior majoring in political science in the pre-law track, with a minor in global studies. She has seen a lot and lived a lot alongside her community, so she's always wanted to make a change in the world and make it a more equitable and just place for all who live in it. In addition to her participation in the Honors College, she has been actively involved in the Dumke Center for Civic Engagement, the Black Student Union, and the Legacy Scholars program. She loves spending time with her family, the beach, good food, and good music.
Juli is a sophomore majoring in economics and minoring in Spanish. In addition to working in Nunemaker as the Honors College's hospitality coordinator, Juli also works at the Writing Center as a consultant. She aspires to use her business background to bring economically feasible solutions to common environmental concerns, particularly in the developing world. Juli hopes to maximize the Honors College's resources for students' needs and their passions. In her spare time, she enjoys rock climbing, skiing, and hiking with friends!
Sophie is a junior pursuing the Honors degree. She is majoring in philosophy with a minor in English. On campus, Sophie works for the Honors College as the diversity coordinator. She also works for the Dumke Center for Civic Engagement as a civic connections coordinator, is a writing consultant at the Writing Center, and is a first-generation student in the Legacy Scholars program. In her free time, Sophie enjoys reading, hanging out with family and friends, road trips, dancing (badly), and learning new things. As the Student Honors Council secretary, she hopes to ensure that the honors program is an inclusive and welcoming environment for all students, and she is excited to serve you this academic year!
Brynlie is a sophomore majoring in English and justice studies. She’s involved in the Honors College as the Student Honors Council historian and as a peer mentor. She can also be found on campus as the ASW sophomore class senator, serving on the ASW Clubs Board, cheerleading on the Spirit Team, and as a research assistant in the Office of Advancement. Brynlie is also the Westminster representative on the UserveUtah Youth Council, where she is planning a project to serve potential first-generation college students, and as a Legacy Scholar. In her spare time, she can be found reading, drawing, and spending time with her friends and family.