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Hi Cabbies! My name is Stephanie Nguyen and I am so excited to be your CAB Co-Chair with Morgan! I am currently a second year majoring in History of Public Policy, hoping to double major in Global Studies. I’ve been in love with volunteerism and leadership since high school and I have been so lucky to be a part of CAB since my first year as Youth Outreach Coordinator. I love binge watching Netflix shows, taking naps (especially in the CAB office), the superhero Nightwing, impulsively buying pints of ice cream, and helping others. Come find me during my office hours and talk to me about CAB, school, life, Game of Thrones, Rick and Morty, or pretty much anything! I’m looking forward to everything this year holds. You can shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello everyone! I’m Morgan Lee and I’m excited to be your 2017-2018 Co-chair with Stephanie! I’m a third year Psychology major and Art minor. I’m proud to say this is my third year with CAB. I got involved with CAB during my Freshman year because I wanted a way to continue volunteering in college. Then, my second year I served as one of the Alternative Breaks coordinators. I am so grateful for the friends, memories, and amazing opportunities I’ve had through CAB. I’m looking forward to another great year and getting to know both the leaderboard and our cabbies a lot more! If you have any questions about CAB or getting involved, you can email me at email@example.com. Happy volunteering!
Hi Cabbies! My name is Nancy Huang and I am CAB’s secretary. I am a third year Econ/Accounting major and would like to pursue a career in business one day. Fun facts: I’m a major edm&kpop enthusiast and I sell insurance at State Farm during my summers. As secretary, my goal is to provide cabbies with information on fun volunteer events via Care-Mail and keep things updated on our website. I am looking forward to being more involved in UCSB/community this year and meeting all of you lovely cabbies. Volunteering for the community is the best way to give back and motivates people to be the best versions of themselves! If you have any Q’s contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How’s it going Gauchos? My names Steven, and I’m excited to be CAB’s 2017-2018 Treasurer! I’m a 2nd year Political Science major, but this is my first year with CAB. Despite that, I have had a lot of volunteer and treasurer experience in high school, and I am enthusiastic about bringing that over to CAB. I love getting involved and helping out the community, which is why I’m super excited about this year. If you have any questions shoot me an email at email@example.com. I can’t wait to get to know you all this year!
If you ever need any information on working with the houseless community in I.V., Goleta, and Santa Barbara don’t be afraid to contact me or my partner Gabe Tienda! I love working with the houseless, teaching myself new skills, working on cars, and exploring around Santa Barbara. Don’t be afraid to approach me during any of our weekly meetings to talk about anything you like, or ask me about the community! I look forward to meeting all of you! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey Gauchos! My name’s Gabe Tienda and I’m your hunger/houselessness co-coordinator for the 2016-17 school year! I’m a 4th year Sociology major and really excited to be a part of CAB. I’ve always been passionate about volunteering and I’m hoping to get to know as many of you as I can! If you have any questions about how you could serve the houseless community, email me at cabhouselesshunger@gmail.
Hi friends! I’m Ileana, your Environmental Coordinator for the 2017-2018 school year! I’m a third year Environmental Studies major with a focus in Biology and a passion for taking care of our mother Earth. If you’re at all interested in volunteering opportunities available at UCSB/Isla Vista, make sure to come meet us all at our general meetings on Wednesdays at 6pm or come talk to me in my office hours on Tuesday mornings at 10am! I’m excited to share with you all the ideas I’ve planned for this school year in hopes to make our planet a better place and I can’t wait to hear yours!
Hey Gauchos! My name is James Ferraro and I am looking forward to serving you and the surrounding locale as your 2017-2018 Community Outreach Coordinator! I am a first-year Political Science Major from San Diego, California. Some of my academic goals include graduating in three years, double minoring in religious studies and linguistics, and pursuing law school following my time at UCSB. This year presents an exciting challenge for me to promote volunteerism and the ethics of public service on campus and in the surrounding community. Hopefully, by connecting fellow students with meaningful internships, non-profit resources, or simply volunteering opportunities, I will accomplish this goal. If you are interested in anything I mentioned above, or if you want to talk about politics, literature, or coffee, please don’t hesitate to email me at email@example.com. Let’s strive for positive change in our vicinity and our world!
Hey there! I’m Glynnis Foley, a fourth year Actuarial Science major with a passion for volunteering with animals and I’ll be your Animal Coordinator for the year. I transferred from Community College to UCSB last fall and I spent my year here volunteering at the SB Animal Shelter and the Sea Center downtown. If you would like to volunteer with bunnies and guinea pigs, cats, dogs, marine life, or non-marine wildlife just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll let you know what you can do to help!
Hello friends. I’m Ricky. How was your day? This year I will be CAB’s Childcare Director. I will be dedicating most of my time to provide all the help possible for the families with children in UCSB and IV, to build a strong community. There is a lot we can do with the parents and children. Here’s my favorite event: Kid’s Movie Night. most of these volunteering opportunities are simply hanging out with kids and parents. in exchange, you get smiles from their happy little families. so get up! get out! volunteer! I’m also a 2nd year communication major, but to be honest, i’m just an overgrown child playing with smaller kids like in the photo. CAB is great. outside of CAB, i’m eating snacks, watching movies, and taking naps. Join me.
Hi! My name is Siena Matsumoto and I’m pumped to be your FLP co-coordinator for the year with Emma. I’m a second year Economics and Statistics major and I’m very excited to be working with all the fellow gauchos who want to do some tutoring to the cute little kids at our local elementary schools! Whether you’re looking for some quality community service hours, have a passion for teaching, or just have any questions for me; you can reach me at email@example.com! I’m so excited for a great and productive year with you all!
Hi! My name is Emma Wiley and I am super excited to be your FLP co-coordinator this year, along with Siena! I am a second year Global Studies major and I cannot wait to work with all of you gauchos! I am originally from Washington, DC and I have quite a few years of experience with different volunteer organizations, specializing in children’s literacy, in the DC area! I am very excited to get to meet you all and for all of you to get to meet the amazing kids we get the pleasure of working with! If you have any questions, you can reach either Siena or I at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi guys, my name is Tejna Patel and I am one of the Alternative Break Co-Coordinators for this year! I am a third year econ & comm double major from Irvine, California. I love to travel, watch Netflix/Hulu and to cook! I am super excited to be a part of the CAB leaderboard this year and for all of the memories to come. Last year I was selected as one of the participants for the winter alternative break and I enjoyed it so much that I decided I wanted to help plan them for this year! I look forward to meeting all the new cabbies this year and to help give back. Feel free to shoot me an email at email@example.com if you have any questions!
Hi everyone, my name is Matt and I’ll be serving as your CAB Historian this year. I’m a fourth year Biological Sciences major with a certificate in Health & Wellness originally from San Diego. Other than volunteering, I enjoy running on the beach, attending music festivals and living in beautiful Isla Vista. A part from CAB, I have been involved in Orientation Programs, the Daily Nexus, and laboratory / independent research. If any questions arise please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to the new school year!
Hi Gauchos! I’m your 2017-18 Alternative Breaks co-coordinator! I am a senior English and Communication double major. I can’t wait for our three alternative break volunteer trips this year. Alternative breaks combine so many things I’m passionate about– volunteerism, travel, and getting to know new people. Sound like you? Join in! My first alternative break experience was spent in Rockaway, NY, working on homes destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. I learned so much from that trip, and am so thankful I get to facilitate the experience for other Gauchos this year! I’m returning to campus from a year spent studying in Italy, where I became a pro in day trips and travel, and learned their beautiful language. In my spare time I teach yoga, read voraciously, and hike. There are so many places around the country where we as Gauchos can go make an impact: I can’t wait to see what is in store. Let’s travel together!
Hey Cabbies! My name is Shivani Shah and I am CAB’s Public Relations Co-Coordinator. I am a second year Econ and Accounting major, and am so excited for this upcoming year! My hobbies include dancing, volunteering and sleeping. I’m so excited to help spread some CAB love this year and you’ll probably see me tabling somewhere on campus. I can’t wait to get to know everyone and if you have any questions, contact me at email@example.com
Hi everyone my name is Ambar Gonzalez and I’m a 2nd year majoring in Sociology. I am so excited to be CAB’s Senior Citizen Coordinator this school year! I am from the city of El Monte in the San Gabriel Valley. I enjoy attending concerts, helping out in community service, watching and playing soccer and going on the internet to laugh at memes. Joining CAB has allowed me to continue with a favorite pass time of mine, volunteering, as it is not only rewarding but inspirational. Working with the elderly can be so fun and enlightening and I hope you participate in my upcoming events! You can contact me at my email firstname.lastname@example.org, find me during my office hours or CAB’s general meetings. I can’t wait to connect with new cabbies and the community. Remember to bring light and joy to those who need it the most as I can assure you, they too, will do the same for you!
Hey Gauchos! My name is Olivia and I’m super excited to serve as your Public Relations Co-Coordinator for the 2017-2018 year! I’m a second year Communication major with an interest in Public Communication and Public Relations. I️ love connecting people with amazing opportunities to better themselves and the community around them! I️ can’t wait to see you all at our tabling events this year and feel free to contact me email@example.com if you have any questions!
Hi gauchos! My name is Miranda Spring and i’m super excited to serve as your Social Coordinator this year! I am a Psychology and Brain Science major with an interest in neuroscience. I am originally from the bay area and have loved experiencing all of Santa Barbara’s coffee shops, hikes, and stunning IV sunsets. This year I will be planning a multitude of events for all Cabbies and Gauchos to get to know each other! Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or come talk to me in office hours with questions or just to chat. I look forward to meeting you all!