Meet the 2017-2018 E-Board

MEET THE 2017-2018 E-BOARD 


President: Joey Fogarty
Joey Fogarty is a senior with a major in meteorology and a minor in both mathematics and environmental sciences. Although he is unsure of what he wants to do with weather, he knows he loves the mechanics and physics of how weather works. Outside of school, catch Joey playing keyboard, collecting vinyl records, and going to as many concerts and music festivals as he can.

Vice President: Valerie Thaler
Valerie Thaler is a senior majoring in meteorology and minoring in mathematics. She has been active with the club since Fall 2014, and she was previously the secretary. She also is the manager of the WeatherWatchers program, is a weather observer at Rutgers Gardens, and works at WaWa. Outside of meteorology, Valerie loves to run, go to the beach, hang out with her friends and family, and eat. 

Treasurer: Brian Frei
Brian Frei is a junior studying Meteorology with a minor in Marine and Coastal Sciences. His interests in meteorology remain broad, ranging from large-scale weather patterns to cloud droplet chemistry. He received the NOAA Hollings Scholarship, and will be interning with a NOAA office in the summer of 2018. Outside of school Brian enjoys playing electric bass for several bands, and playing on the Rutgers club tennis team.

Secretary:Erin O'Neill
Erin O'Neill is a junior from Hazlet, NJ and is in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences studying meteorology and minoring in DCIM. She has been a member of the Meteorology club for the past two years and served as the Class of 2019 Rep and Media Forecaster. Outside of the Meteorology club, she is and has been involved in RU-TV Weather watchers, New Student Orientation, Scarlet Ambassadors, Delta Gamma Sorority, and is a Peer Instructor for the First Year Interest Group Seminar (FIGS) program.

SEBS Governing Council Representative: Ashley Cornish 
Ashley Cornish is a sophomore with a major in Meteorology and a minor in Marine and Coastal Sciences. She has been an active member since the Fall of 2016. She is currently working as the Floor Leader for the WeatherWatchers Living-Learning Community, and is a weather observer at Rutgers Gardens. Outside of meteorology, Ashley loves to play on an intramural volleyball team, hang out with her friends, and obsessively talk about the summer camp where she works.   

SEBS Governing Council Representative: Lenny Mendola
 Lenny Mendola is currently a junior pursuing a degree in meteorology. He has been a member of the meteorology club since freshman year and involved with the WeatherWatchers program since sophomore year. Lenny has had a passion for the weather ever since he was a young child. He loves chasing storms, hanging out with friends and playing sports.
Media Forecaster: Rohan Jain
Rohan Jain is a sophomore meteorology major who is also minoring in computer science.  This is his second year as a member of the meteorology club E-Board, as he was freshman representative last year.  Rohan is also the Lead Producer for WeatherWatchers, in which he produces weather related packages for RU-tv.  Outside of academics, Rohan enjoys sports (go Yanks and Giants!) and taking 4 hour naps.
AMS Coordinator: Joe DeLizio 
Joe DeLizio is a senior meteorology major pursuing his undergraduate degree in operational meteorology. He has been a member of the meteorology club since sophomore year and is the AMS coordinator for this years trip to Austin, Texas, 2018, along with his partner in crime Jake Wallace. Outside of meteorology, he enjoys being active, watching sports (TOUCHDOWNNNNNN TITANS!!!!), as well as scenic naturish views.

AMS Coordinator: Jake Wallace
Jake Wallace is from Westwood NJ and is a senior in the meteorology program in the School Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers. Jake had been an active member of the Meteorology club since spring 2015 and was recently appointed as AMS coordinator for the club. Jake is part of the weather observers team as well.

1 comment:

  1. Fantastic blog! Do you have any tips and hints for aspiring writers? I’m planning to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you propose starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m completely overwhelmed .. Any suggestions? Many thanks!
    fauteuil club