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Homecoming Announces 2018 Executive Committee

Homecoming 2018 is still months away, but the folks who help make the week happen are now in place. Homecoming Executive Director Ally Berdan announced the new members of the 16-member Executive Committee Tuesday night.

They are:

Alumni Relations – Sarah Leipham
Competition – Ashley Wong
Distribution Management – Hannah Lanzelotti
Donor Relations – Isabella Webster
Finance – Kristen Luzell
Internal Development – Maggie Straub
Merchandise – Allison Gaddis
OPPerations – Sean Karasik
Parade – Lexie Naber
Pride Events – Olivia Soda
Production – Alex Hyneman
Public Relations – Kylie Schneck
Royalty – Renee Clauson Rivera
Security – Deanna Gavlick
Technology – Aaron McKenzie
University Relations – Emily Ianovale

“This group of Directors has already portrayed a diverse skillset that shows promise for the future of Homecoming. Throughout the interview process they all suggested various innovative ideas that will lead to the success of Homecoming 2018,” Berdan said. “The 2018 Executive Committee displays a great passion and enthusiasm for Homecoming’s mission. I am excited to see all of the incredible work that they will accomplish over the next year!”

Homecoming hasn’t yet announced its dates for the upcoming year. The Executive Committee works year-round to organize all of the events leading up to and including Homecoming week.

Congratulations to everyone selected!

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