Executive Board Members

Abigail Kempf, ’20
President

Abigail Kempf is a sophomore from Columbia, MO, majoring in Spanish and Latin American Cultures and minoring in chemistry. She is thrilled to serve as the president of NPMS this year! Outside of NPMS, she is a coordinator for CU Student Health Outreach, a chemistry peer-to-peer tutor, a volunteer in the Child Life  Department at Mount Sinai Hospital, and a Barnard Babysitter. In her free time she likes to bike, run, practice yoga, and dance.

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Rebecca Starkman, ’19
Vice President

Rebecca is a junior from Toronto, Canada     majoring in Cell and Molecular Biology. Outside of NPMS she is involved with Project Sunshine, does research in the biology department, TAs and tutors. In her free time Rebecca enjoys going to Broadway shows, cooking and watching Football.

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Secretary

Aneeza is a local New Yorker who is a sophomore majoring in Cell and Molecular Biology. Outside of NPMS she is involved with the MSA, performs research at Weill Cornell, is a Lab Assistant, and is a peer-to-peer tutor for calculus. In her free time she likes to explore NYC, try new dessert spots, and have a good time with her friends.

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Isabelle Eshraghi, ’22
Treasurer

Isabelle Eshraghi is a freshman from Los Angeles planning to major in medical anthropology. Outside of NPMS, she is a member of the Governing Board at Barnard, a research assistant at the Taub Institute for the Study of Alzheimer’s Disease and the Aging Brain, and a volunteer at NYU Langone. In her free time, Isabelle enjoys exploring the city, baking cookies, and listening to podcasts.
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