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THON Announces 2025 Executive Committee

The future of THON 2025 is here, folks.

Newly named Executive Director Keegan Sobczak has appointed his new executive committee for 2025, the organization announced Monday.

The THON 2025 Executive Committee features:

  • Communications Director Arushi Krishnan
  • Dancer Relations Director Nina Royer
  • Alumni Engagement Director Kristen Donahoe
  • Development Director Belle Rossiter
  • Entertainment Director Stephen Black
  • Family Relations Director Elizabeth Stone
  • Financial Director Bridget Farr
  • Hospitality Director Emily Granito
  • Merchandise Director Courtney Proulx
  • OPPerations Director Evan Kase
  • Public Relations Director Kaitlyn Wolfe
  • Event Safety Director Tyler Dum
  • Fundraising Safety Director Ansh Shah
  • Special Events Director Robert Kerner
  • Supply Logistics Director Benjamin Roitman
  • Technology Director Ryan Baldwin

Congratulations to all who were selected!

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Ashley Connington

Ashley is a sophomore studying journalism from New Jersey. She is not okay about Saquon leaving the Giants and was crying on her couch all day. She can't look at all of her Saquon merch and doesn't know when she will recover. You can email [email protected] to send her ways to meet Saquon or watch her obsess over Chelsea FC on twitter @ashconnington.

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