Central Committee

2014 Old Masters Central Committee


 




 

Directing Co-Chairs

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Marc Conner  Shelby Satterfield

Marc is a junior from Evansville, Indiana. He is majoring in Industrial Engineering and minoring in Management. In addition to being involved with Old Masters, Marc was the Recruitment Chair and Executive Board Member for his fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau, has served on the Mini Marathons and Corporate Relations committees of Purdue University Dance Marathon, is a member of the Gimlet Leadership Honorary, and serves as a Student Host for the John Purdue Club.Marc's whole family has gold and black running through their veins, with both parents and both siblings also being Boilermakers. Marc enjoys cheering on Purdue sports, playing basketball and golf, and hanging with friends whenever he gets a chance. This summer, Marc is looking forward to living in Indianapolis and working for Eli Lilly. Marc is incredibly excited to work with the rest of the 2014 OMCC to carry on the legacy of the Old Masters tradition.

 

Shelby is a junior in the Krannert School of Management pursuing a degree in Management. She grew up in Columbus, Indiana along with her two sisters and big extended family. In addition to her involvement with Old Masters, Shelby is on the Marketing Committee for School of Management Employers Forum. She has also served as the Vice President of Communication for her sorority, Delta Gamma. This upcoming summer Shelby is interning at Abbott Laboratories, where she will be working in Marketing and Sales. Shelby is extremely interested in Marketing and has had multiple internships involving Marketing. Shelby enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching movies, eating candy, and dancing. Shelby is honored to be a part of the 2014 Old Masters program and cannot wait to see what this year has in store! Boiler AND Button Up!




 

Program Arrangements Co-Chairs

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Anna Horton Savinay Nangalia
Anna Horton is a Junior from Austin, Texas studying Chemical Engineering with a minor in Biology. She grew up embracing Purdue traditions and cheering for the Boilers as both her mother and sister are Purdue alums. Anna stays busy as an active member of many student organizations, holding positions including the Executive Director of Programming for Purdue Student Government and President of Purdue360 Diversity Awareness Week. Additionally with Old Masters, she also participates in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, and was formerly the Executive Director of Collaboration for Purdue Leader's Forum. Outside of school and activities, Anna enjoys spending time with her Delta Delta Delta Sorority sisters, shopping, and talking about Texas. After graduation, Anna hopes to continue her education and venture into biochemical research with aspirations of pursuing a career in academia. Anna is most excited about working with her co-chair and the rest of the Central Committee to make the 2014 Old Masters Program something she will never forget.

 

 

Savinay is a Junior in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering with a minor in Economics. He was born in Calcutta, India and has lived for most of his life in Doha, Qatar. Savinay is the first Boilermaker in his family. He loves Purdue and everything it stands for. Beyond his involvement with Old Masters, Savinay is an extremely active member of Purdue's speech and debate team. He is also involved with Electrical and Computer Engineering Ambassadors and the Squash Club at Purdue. He is presently employed by the Department of Engineering Education as an advisor for students in the First Year Engineering Program. He enjoys travelling with his friends and family, seeing new places, and meeting new people. Ultimately, Savinay aspires to revolutionize the technology consulting industry. Savinay is excited by the prospect of meeting with and learning from the 2014 Old Masters.

 

 


 

Evening Events Co-Chairs

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Ryan Mussleman Kelsey Cummins

Ryan is a second year grad student in the College of Agriculture pursuing a Masters degree in Agricultural Economics. He is from Chili, Indiana. Boiler blood has been in his veins from his roots. He grew up heavily involved on the family farm, in athletics and in the community. The first thing Ryan did when he got to campus was move into a brotherhood at FarmHouse Fraternity where he was an active member for four years and has been an involved alum since. He came to Purdue seeking a degree in Agricultural Systems Management. Soon thereafter picked up majors of Agronomy, Agricultural Economics, and Agricultural Education. While in college Ryan discovered the enjoyment of traveling. This was discovered through four Maymester study abroads in Jamaica, Ireland, Italy, and Brazil that were crucial in assisting to get all four degrees completed in five years. Another passion of Ryan's is sports and in his undergraduate years spent a minimum of two years in all four facets: playing, coaching, officiating and spectating. He got an up close look at Division I athletics when joined the practice squad for the Women's Basketball team for his final three years at Purdue. Ryan has built many great friendships through many involvements on campus including Boiler Gold Rush, Purdue University Dance Marathon, Big Man On Campus, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Greek Intervarsity. Ryan is very passionate about Old Masters and is looking forward to a great program in 2014!

 

Kelsey is a Junior majoring in Food Science with an English minor. She was born and raised in Vincennes, Indiana. In addition to being involved with Old Masters, Kelsey serves as the Collegiate Recruitment Information Chair for her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. Recently, she joined the student promotions committee for the Purdue University Center for Cancer Research. She was a Team Leader for Boiler Gold Rush, and is a member of Golden Key International Honor Society and the Lilly Scholars Network. In her free time, Kelsey loves to cook, eat, and attend Group X classes at the Co-Rec. Family and friends are the most important people in her life and help keep her grounded. Kelsey is elated to be on OMCC 2014 and looks forward to furthering the mission of the Old Masters program with her fellow committee members.



 

Publicity Co-Chairs

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Brittanie Gage  Brandon Johnson

Brittanie is a junior from Oak Park, Illinois in the college of Health and Human Sciences studying Psychology with minors in Human Development and Family Services and Dance. Along with holding the position of Publicity Co-Chair for the Old Masters Program, Brittanie has been involved in a many other organizations on Purdue's campus. She currently serves as Corresponding Secretary and Social Chair for her sorority Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She has been a member of the Black Cultural Center's Jahari Dance Troupe since her freshman year. Brittanie has served as both a Team Leader and Team Supervisor for Boiler Gold Rush. This past fall, she joined the Morale Committee for Purdue University Dance Marathon. Additionally to her involvement on campus, Brittanie actively volunteers at the YWCA in the Greater Lafayette area. Brittanie works at the Frances A Córdova Recreational Sports Center in the Member Services Department and enjoys interacting with fellow Boilermakers in a healthy environment. In her spare time Brittanie is working toward pursuing her certification in yoga instruction and enjoys spending time with friends. Ultimately, Brittanie plans on continuing her education to become a child psychologist and start her own dance therapy practice. She is elated to carry on the Boilermaker tradition in the 2014 Old Masters Program!

 

Brandon is a junior from Bluffton, Indiana majoring in Public Relations and Strategic Communication with a minor in African-American Studies. Currently Brandon is an active member of PRSSA at Purdue and introduces future Boilermakers and guests to Purdue as a Campus Tour Guide. Formerly Brandon has been involved in Boiler Gold Rush as both a Team Leader and Supervisor, was a Student Staff Mentor for Young Life, and served in Purdue University Dance Marathon as a Committee Captain for Student Organization Outreach. In his free time Brandon loves playing intra-mural sports, dancing, watching every Purdue sporting event he can, and drinking coffee with friends. Brandon couldn't be more excited to be a part of Old Masters 2014 and to see all that he'll encounter in this coming year.

 

 




 

Day Scheduling Co-Chairs

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Evan Williams  Jordan Noel  

Evan is a senior in the College of Electrical Engineering with a certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. From Zionsville, Indiana, Evan hopes his focus in electric vehicles and energy management will allow him to explore many different careers and cultures. With one internship at Allison Transmission and another at Tesla Motors, Evan prefers his career to be just as adventurous as his character. In addition to the Old Masters Program, Evan is involved in numerous organizations around campus. He is currently President of Purdue Foundation Student Board, a past Team Leader and Team Supervisor for Boiler Gold Rush, a member of the Mortar Board class of 2015, a tour guide for Purdue's Office of Admissions, President of Purdue's Electric Vehicle Club with championships in the gas and electric Grand Prix, Teacher's Assistant for a junior level Computer Engineering class, race team member for the Purdue Sailing Team, served on the Morale Committee for Purdue University Dance Marathon, and is a member of the Delta Chi Fraternity. Evan is excited for the 2014 Program to begin and expects to learn as much as possible from this year's Old Masters. Boiler Up!

Jordan Noel is a senior in the Krannert School of Management studying for her Bachelor of Science in Management with a concentration in International Business. Additionally she will graduate with minors in Political Science and History. Jordan was born in Port Republic, Virginia and since has lived in Holland, Michigan, South Bend, Indiana and most recently Greensboro, North Carolina. In addition to her involvement with the Old Masters Program, Jordan has held several leadership positions in her Sorority, Delta Gamma, including Vice President of Panhellenic, Director of Special Events and Honor Board Junior Member. She is a writer and photographer for a fashion and lifestyle web publication that empowers creative and driven college women from campuses across the country. She also holds a Brand Ambassador position through Youth Marketing Connection. Jordan has had the opportunity to intern and study abroad in London, England and hopes to work internationally at some point in her career. In her free time she enjoys traveling, exercising, cooking and spending time with her family and friends. Jordan is thrilled to be a part of the Central Committee and is looking forward to spending her last year on campus making the 2014 Old Masters program the best yet.


 

Hosts Co-Chairs

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Patia Storms Brian Wehrhahn
 Patia is a sophomore in the Krannert School of Management pursuing a degree in Management and Finance. She grew up in Brownsburg, Indiana and has been a boilermaker since the day she was born. In addition to her involvement in Old Masters, Patia is on the Outreach Committee for the Krannert School of Management Council, serves as a mentor in Purdue University's Chapter of College Mentors for Kids, and is involved in the Ann Tweedale Cooperative House. Patia has had the opportunity to study abroad in Taiwan and is looking forward to traveling to Chile in the spring of 2014. In her free time, Patia enjoys playing the piano, sewing and playing volleyball. This summer, Patia will be interning for Defender Direct in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is grateful for and honored to be a part of the Old Masters Program and is excited to see what this year's program will bring!

 

 

Brian is a Junior in the College of Civil Engineering majoring in Construction Engineering while also pursuing minors in Management and Economics from the Krannert School of Management. He hails from Long Valley, New Jersey. Brian is a first generation Boilermaker and could not be happier with his decision to travel to the Midwest. He is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity and has held positions such as House Manager and Chaplain. He is also heavily involved with the Fraternity's Grand Prix team, on which he serves as one of the crew chiefs. Brian has spent his last two summers outside of Washington D.C. interning as an engineer for a General Contracting Company. This coming summer he will be working in a similar role in Memphis, Tennessee. In his spare time, Brian enjoys a mixture of relaxation and adrenaline. He enjoys watching movies and following a few TV shows, but also plans on securing certifications for both Scuba Diving and Sky Diving. Brian aspires for a successful career in the construction field and is determined to leave a physical mark on the world through his career. He is incredibly excited about the opportunity to contribute to the Central Committee this year and cannot wait for the 2014 program!

 

 

OMCC 2014