Jaia Clingham-David, President  ejc248@cornell.edu  Jaia Clingham-David is a senior in the College Scholar Program, studying food studies and food policy, with minors in public policy and Spanish. Specifically, her thesis will focus on plant-based and cell-based meat. This year with Dems, Jaia hopes to lay the groundwork for the 2020 elections, promote dialogue and engaging conversation on policy issues, and foster a sense of community that she has experienced with Dems since joining the organization during her first year on campus.

Jaia Clingham-David, President

ejc248@cornell.edu

Jaia Clingham-David is a senior in the College Scholar Program, studying food studies and food policy, with minors in public policy and Spanish. Specifically, her thesis will focus on plant-based and cell-based meat. This year with Dems, Jaia hopes to lay the groundwork for the 2020 elections, promote dialogue and engaging conversation on policy issues, and foster a sense of community that she has experienced with Dems since joining the organization during her first year on campus.

Geneva Saupe, Vice President  gs525@cornell.edu  Geneva Saupe is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, studying Government and Comparative Literature with a Arabic minor. She grew up in Wisconsin and Arizona, where she developed her deep love of phone banking. On campus, she also sings in two different choral groups and works as a supervisor at Bear Necessities Convenience Store and Café, and in her free time, she enjoys reading and hiking.

Geneva Saupe, Vice President

gs525@cornell.edu

Geneva Saupe is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, studying Government and Comparative Literature with a Arabic minor. She grew up in Wisconsin and Arizona, where she developed her deep love of phone banking. On campus, she also sings in two different choral groups and works as a supervisor at Bear Necessities Convenience Store and Café, and in her free time, she enjoys reading and hiking.

Nina Hazra, Political Director  nch47@cornell.edu  Nina Hazra is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Chemistry, with minors in Mathematics and Spanish. She looks forward to working with the Dems this year in the 2020 quest to elect a Democratic president and as many down-ballot Democrats as possible. On campus, she's a member of both a pre-medical fraternity and a social sorority, and she works in a physical chemistry research lab. In her free time she enjoys reading and listening to Taylor Swift.

Nina Hazra, Political Director

nch47@cornell.edu

Nina Hazra is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Chemistry, with minors in Mathematics and Spanish. She looks forward to working with the Dems this year in the 2020 quest to elect a Democratic president and as many down-ballot Democrats as possible. On campus, she's a member of both a pre-medical fraternity and a social sorority, and she works in a physical chemistry research lab. In her free time she enjoys reading and listening to Taylor Swift.

Alex Davis, Treasurer  ad633@cornell.edu  Alex Davis is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Government, with a minor in China and Asia-Pacific Studies and he is excited to be this semester's (Alex)ander Hamilton! On campus, he is also involved with BSU, and is barista at Mac's Cafe in Statler. In his free time he enjoys reading, making playlists for friends, gaming, talking about foreign policy, and watching Chinese TV dramas.

Alex Davis, Treasurer

ad633@cornell.edu

Alex Davis is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Government, with a minor in China and Asia-Pacific Studies and he is excited to be this semester's (Alex)ander Hamilton! On campus, he is also involved with BSU, and is barista at Mac's Cafe in Statler. In his free time he enjoys reading, making playlists for friends, gaming, talking about foreign policy, and watching Chinese TV dramas.

Ava Pacheo, Communications Director  agp67@cornell.edu  Ava Pacheco is a Junior in the college of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Spanish and China & Asia Pacific Studies. She loves learning languages and hopes to be able to find a career where she will be able to use both. Being from California, she joined Cornell Dems to learn more about NY state politics and to become more engaged in the Ithaca community while attending Cornell. In her free time, Ava enjoys bullet journalling and meeting friends for boba!

Ava Pacheo, Communications Director

agp67@cornell.edu

Ava Pacheco is a Junior in the college of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Spanish and China & Asia Pacific Studies. She loves learning languages and hopes to be able to find a career where she will be able to use both. Being from California, she joined Cornell Dems to learn more about NY state politics and to become more engaged in the Ithaca community while attending Cornell. In her free time, Ava enjoys bullet journalling and meeting friends for boba!

Jack Ross-Pilkington, Secretary  jsr328@cornell.edu  Jack Ross-Pilkington is a Junior in the college of Industrial and Labor Relations. In addition to his work with the Cornell Democrats, Jack serves as the co-president of the Cornell American Civil Liberties Union and the Secretary of the College Democrats of New York. Jack's primary policy interests include climate change, economic policy and electoral reform. In the future, Jack hopes to attend law school and run for public office.

Jack Ross-Pilkington, Secretary

jsr328@cornell.edu

Jack Ross-Pilkington is a Junior in the college of Industrial and Labor Relations. In addition to his work with the Cornell Democrats, Jack serves as the co-president of the Cornell American Civil Liberties Union and the Secretary of the College Democrats of New York. Jack's primary policy interests include climate change, economic policy and electoral reform. In the future, Jack hopes to attend law school and run for public office.

Alex Adamek, Social Chair  ada56@cornell.edu  Alex Adamek is a senior in the School of Hotel Administration focusing his studies on marketing and casino operations. Alex hails from the Jersey Shore and is thrilled to be represented by a Democratic Congressman. A moderate, Alex yearns for the return of politicians like Claire McCaskill, Kay Hagan, and Bill Nelson. On campus, Alex is typically seen at Statler Hall socializing with friends or serving as a teaching assistant for HADM 3010 Service Operations Management. Alex hopes to enter into consulting or the casino industry following his graduation this December.

Alex Adamek, Social Chair

ada56@cornell.edu

Alex Adamek is a senior in the School of Hotel Administration focusing his studies on marketing and casino operations. Alex hails from the Jersey Shore and is thrilled to be represented by a Democratic Congressman. A moderate, Alex yearns for the return of politicians like Claire McCaskill, Kay Hagan, and Bill Nelson. On campus, Alex is typically seen at Statler Hall socializing with friends or serving as a teaching assistant for HADM 3010 Service Operations Management. Alex hopes to enter into consulting or the casino industry following his graduation this December.

Maya Cutforth, Philanthropy and Events Chair  moc23@cornell.edu  Maya is a senior double majoring in American Studies and Spanish with a minor in Africana Studies. She is excited for all of the wonderful philanthropic events that Dems will be hosting this year, and she can't wait to bake yummy snacks for them. On campus, she is the President of the Panhellenic Council, a group fitness instructor, a popcorn person at Willard Straight Hall, and a facilitator for the Intergroup Dialogue Project.

Maya Cutforth, Philanthropy and Events Chair

moc23@cornell.edu

Maya is a senior double majoring in American Studies and Spanish with a minor in Africana Studies. She is excited for all of the wonderful philanthropic events that Dems will be hosting this year, and she can't wait to bake yummy snacks for them. On campus, she is the President of the Panhellenic Council, a group fitness instructor, a popcorn person at Willard Straight Hall, and a facilitator for the Intergroup Dialogue Project.

Logan Morales, Historian and Alumni Chair  lbk76@cornell.edu  Logan Morales is a Sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Government and Biological Sciences, with a minor in public policy, a concentration in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and a concentration in Genetics, Genomics & Development. He grew up in Chicago and now lives in Austin where he works on climate change and turning Texas blue. On campus, he serves as co-founder of Black and Latino Intervarsity and is deeply involved with Cornell Catholic. His favorite color is green.

Logan Morales, Historian and Alumni Chair

lbk76@cornell.edu

Logan Morales is a Sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Government and Biological Sciences, with a minor in public policy, a concentration in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and a concentration in Genetics, Genomics & Development. He grew up in Chicago and now lives in Austin where he works on climate change and turning Texas blue. On campus, he serves as co-founder of Black and Latino Intervarsity and is deeply involved with Cornell Catholic. His favorite color is green.