Epsilon Eta
Beta Chapter, An Environmental Professional Fraternity at the University of Michigan

MEET THE EXECUTIVE BOARD

President

Leah Adelman

Major: Public Policy


Leah is studying Public Policy with a concentration in Energy Policy and minor in Environment. She first became involved in the environmental movement as a volunteer for the Student Conservation Association when she was in high school. Leah joined Epsilon Eta in her first year at UofM and it has played a major role in her development as an environmentalist, professional, and friend. She is a Graham Sustainability Scholar and was a U of M Energy Institute Summer Fellow. Leah loves road biking and teaches spin classes for Rec Sports. If you spent some time with her, you might hear about how she lived in Singapore for three years, biked across America, or has eaten chocolate every day for as long as she can remember.


Vice President of Communications

Anabel Sicko

Major: Environmental Engineering

communications@epsilonetaumich.org


Anabel Sicko (seek-oh) is a sophomore from Ferndale, Michigan studying environmental engineering with minors in sustainability and urban studies. She is a pun-making fanatic, an appreciator of large, boulder-sized rock formations, a pickled vegetable enthusiast, and an avid wearer of shoes. Outside of Epsilon Eta, Anabel is a part of U-M’s chapter of Camp Kesem and an organizer with the Climate Action Movement on campus.




Communications Chair

Lily Antor

Major: Political Science, History

communications@epsilonetaumich.org


Lily Antor is a sophomore LSA student from Kalamazoo, Michigan. She is a double-major in Political Science and History, as well as double-minor in English and Energy Science & Policy. Lily can often be found cracking jokes about her less-than-traditional and sizeable family, acting a fool on Twitter, and driving her Toyota pick-up (decorated with a “Make America Green Again” sticker, of course) to the closest rock gym, ski slope, or trailhead. She is a proud enthusiast of NPR, socks, sticker-collecting, and anything related to the Great Lakes. Apart from Eta, Lily is involved with the Global Scholars Program and works as a UM campus ambassador for The Black Sheep. She is a part of the BYODB rush class and has nothing but love for her fellow dirt bags.

Vice President of Programming

Kalina Matossian

Major: Environmental Engineering


Kalina is a sophomore studying Environmental Engineering and Sustainability. Her California upbringing kept her in close proximity to the redwood forests and ocean coastline throughout childhood, and her passion for the environment inevitably blossomed. A regularly overcommitted individual, Kalina strives to Be The Change™ as a member of Pantanal Partnership and an organizer for environmental activism on campus. She currently strives toward a career in sustainability through alternative design and materials utilization. She enjoys accruing sleep debt by reading autobiographies, baking falafel, hiking with her puppy, and hand-making cards.



Programming Chair

Ariana Mitcham

Major: Program in the Environment, Environmental Health


Ariana is a sophomore originally from Ypsilanti, Michigan. As a result, she grew up not too far from campus and has learned a lot of local information on environmental issues around southeast Michigan. Ariana credits her environmental interest from her father, who worked with the Ann Arbor EPA for over 20 years, but also credits her interest in how the environment and human health interact as a result of her mother, who works in the public health system for UMich. Ariana is passionate about environmental justice issues, especially ones involving health, and is currently a research assistant on the Urban Energy Justice Lab through SEAS and has previously conducted research on global environmental health topics as a member of her research learning community, MRADS. When Ariana is not advocating for environmental equality, you can find her playing IM soccer, watching the Bachelor/Bachelorette, or having a good time with her friends and EH brothers.

Vice President of Social

Carrie Morrow

Major: Program in the Environment


Carrie Morrow is a junior at The University of Michigan who is studying the Program in the Environment with a specialization in Environmental Policy. She plans to attend graduate school to pursue a masters of psychology, but after traveling for a while first. Carrie wants to research environmental injustices and the intersectionality of these injustices with mental health disorders. Her passions include hiking, road trips, and exploring antique shops, and she will also take any book recommendation you have to give her!


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Social Chair

Griffin Clevenger

Major: Earth and Environmental Sciences


Griffin Clevenger is a freshman at the University of Michigan studying Earth and Environmental Sciences with a focus on Earth. He would like to pursue a career in the field of geology while employing environmental ideals. Griffin loves to camp, collect rocks, and hit the slopes.

Vice President of Recruitment

Tracy Grosvenor

Major: Chemistry, Neuroscience


Tracy Grosvenor is a freshman from Leland, Michigan. Spending most of his life on Lake Michigan or in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore he grew to love the outdoors. Tracy He is currently double majoring in Chemistry and Neuroscience and hopes to pursue a career in education or research after college. Besides Epsilon Eta, Tracy is involved in the Michigan Climbing Club and Michigan Snowboard Club. He is also a member of the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, resulting in him spending much of his time placing microscopic worms in tiny mazes. Tracy spends most of his free time finishing every horror movie on Netflix, hammocking, and crying about chemistry.


Vice President of Finance

Maggie Zeh

Major: Earth and Environmental Sciences


Maggie is a freshman at Michigan studying Earth & Environmental Science and considering a double major in PitE. She is still exploring what she would like to do after college, but sustainability will be a central focus of any career she pursues. Maggie is very proud to be from Colorado and makes sure that everyone knows it. Her passion for the environment has grown from countless winters spent skiing and summers spent hiking and camping around her home state. She wasn’t truly moved by the effects of climate change until she experienced it first-hand when she was in Cape Town, South Africa when the city was just 20 days away from running out of fresh water. From that moment on, she has been more aware of how her choices impact the Earth. Other than her love for the environment and outdoor activities, she also loves yoga, good books, and traveling.