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HWS Class Presidents

First Year

Hobart: Christopher Doyle '17

I am from Potomac, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. I went to high school at Georgetown Prep, where I played lacrosse and football. I also like to golf, fish, and snowboard in my spare time. I have an older brother and sister that have graduated from college and now work in the Washington, DC area. My aunt and uncle met at Hobart and I have multiple cousins that have subsequently attended Hobart and William Smith. I have already started to think of events we can hold and am ea-ger to hear your ideas. One event that I suggest is a barbecue before a home lacrosse game, I believe it would be a great way to meet fellow class members and foster school spirit. I am looking into a caterer and am open to your recommendations. I also believe that a networking event in which HWS alumni are invited would be a great option. Please feel free to contact me with any suggestions at christopher.doyle@hws.edu

William Smith: Elizabeth Chirco '17

My name is Elizabeth Chirco, but I go by Biz. I am the William Smith Cass of 2017 Class President and also am a member of the William Smith Field Hockey team. I love God, America, politics, and this school. Three years ago when I set foot on this campus for the first time, I knew it was where I was supposed to be. HWS has always been more than just a school to me; it is a community and a way of life. I look forward the rest of the year and helping to ensure everyone gets the most they can out of their first year!

Sophomore

Hobart: Ryan Tinklepaugh '16

I am a 2012 graduate of West Genesee High School. While there I was Vice President for four years and I knew I wanted to continue student government at Hobart. I played varsity lacrosse, hockey, and soccer. My family includes my parents, Jay and Kathy, and my brother Jay. I also have a dog named Mia. I am a resident of the Bampton House as well as a member of the Chi Phi fraternity. I serve as the Risk Manager for 2014. My activities include: HWS investment club, Hobart student gov-ernment, and the Constitution Committee.

William Smith: Erica McLaughlin '16

I grew up Medfield, Massachusetts, with my mother, father and two older sisters. In 2012 I graduated from Medfield High School, where I was member of the national hon-ors society, drama club, and chorus. My interests go beyond student government and at HWS I am involved in a wide range of activities. I am a member of Hip NotiQ's the step team, 3 Miles Lost the female a cap-pella group, I am a writing colleague, and a tour guide for the admissions office. I also live in Beta Sigma, the political and social change house.

This semester I look forward to working with Ryan Tinklepaugh, the Hobart 2016 class president, on exciting new events for the sophomore class.

Junior

Hobart: Paul McInnis '15

William Smith: Brenna Kincaid '15

Brenna M. Kincaid is the William Smith class of 2015 president. She is a junior from Syra-cuse, New York. She is a Helen Heath scholar majoring in Sociology with a concentration in Education and a minor in Public Policy. Kincaid plays soccer for the William Smith var-sity soccer team and recently won a National Championship. She works in the Hobart Deans Office and is the manager of the Hope House for Cancer theme house. She is in-terested in women's rights advocacy and has worked for the Public Leadership Educa-tion Network which focuses on preparing college women for leadership in the public policy arena. This semester she is studying at the National University of Ireland in Gal-way. After college, Kincaid plans to enroll with the Peace Corp and attend law school.

Senior

Hobart: Stevenson Barnard-Webster '14

I am a media & society and music double major. I am currently involved in the committee on standards, budget allocations committee, club soccer, I am a Kappa Sigma brother and I hold a job at the campus radio station. My current hobbies include filming and producing music. This year I hope to bring an amazing senior week experience.

William Smith: Hannah Sorgi '14

I am a Religious Studies major. Next year I will be in the MAT program am currently involved in the Concert Advisory Committee, Campus Peer Ministries, I am a Civic Leader, and hold on campus jobs in the Admissions Office and the Hobart Deans Office. This year I hope to be able to provide the senior class with an excellent senior week and the countdown events leading up to it.

Contact

Office of Student Activities
Scandling Center
300 Pulteney Street
Geneva, NY 14456

Phone: (315) 781-3513
Fax: (315) 781-3511