President Sean Cantrell: I caddied for seven years at Wequetonsing Golf Club before receiving the Evans Scholarship. I am currently a sophomore studying classics and political science. Outside the classroom I have involved myself with a variety of groups dealing with history and law. I also play music with a group of Scholars, and we hope to play around Ann Arbor in the coming years. As president of the Michigan Evans Scholars chapter, I strive to foster a culture of involvement and community philanthropy, helping current and future Scholars get the most out of this life-changing opportunity.
New Scholar Educator Chris Bahr: I'm from Grosse Pointe, where I caddied at Lochmoor Club. I'm a sophomore in LSA majoring in computer science, coupling my experience with membership in the Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity. I'm looking to help the incoming Scholars transition in a way that will establish a strong foundation for their academic career, especially by exposing them to the wide variety of resources on campus.
Executive Vice President Nathan Graham: I'm studying biopsychology, cognition and neuroscience. I've caddied at Oakland Hills Country Club for more than eight years and plan to return this summer part-time for one last season. Although I've always been a huge basketball and football fan, I'm realizing golf, snowboarding and hiking are the hobbies of my future. In addition to serving on E-Board for another year, I'm a physician shadowing director for the Pre-Med Club of the university. This time around, I plan to continue and further our success at blood drives and facilitate more volunteering participation within our chapter.
Administrative Vice President Josh Rimatzki: I caddied at Meadowbrook Country Club in Northville. I am a sophomore in LSA studying economics. I'm passionate about investing and I am the director of investments for Apex Trading, a premier student-run portfolio affiliated with the Ross School of Business. When I'm not studying or investing, I enjoy camping, reading and golfing. As AVP I hope to make house maintenance more efficient and ensure both house cleanliness and safety for every Scholar.
Vice President of Finance Sam Ansara: I grew up and went to school in Michigan, but I caddied at Sylvania Country Club in Ohio. I am a junior pursuing a bachelor's degree in economics as well as a minor in applied statistics. In my spare time, I like to get together with my friends and play basketball around campus. Aside from the Evans Scholarship, I am a member of Wish Upon A Teen, which designs rooms at Mott Children's hospital for sick children and teenagers. My goal as VP of finance is to be able to do a full cost analysis of our past budget and see where we can make efficient changes. As for our E-Board, I hope to maintain a great relationship with the other members, as well as everyone in the house, and provide great communication throughout our entire term.
Vice President of Communication Molly Stachurski: I am from Commerce Township, and I caddied at Oakland Hills Country Club. I am sophomore studying public health sciences with a focus on epidemiology and am pursuing a minor in statistics. In my free time I love to go skiing and hiking. Outside of the house, I am a health ambassador to Ann Arbor Public Schools, which allows me to teach nutrition in middle school classrooms. My goal as VP of communication is to increase the presence of our chapter on campus and make ourselves more well known.