Meet the Fundraising & Innovation Chair on the National Campus Leadership, Eva! She was born in Queens, New York but now lives in Athens, Georgia where she is studying Cellular Biology at the University of Georgia.
Where do you Relay and Why?
I have been relaying for seven years now! I started relaying in middle school and was a team member throughout high school. Once I came to UGA, I knew I wanted to continue relaying. My Freshman year, I was a committee member and now I serve on the Executive Board as the Campus Engagement Chair. Most importantly, I serve as the Fundraising and Innovations chair on the National Campus Leadership Team. I relay for my mom, Delia, who fought a long battle of Leukemia for 8 years. After 2 transplants, she was pronounced cancer free as of January 2017!
What is your favorite Relay memory?
My favorite Relay memory is looking at my mom's Luminaria bag during the traditional Luminaria ceremony.
Explain your role as the Fundraising & Innovation Chair on the NCLT.
My role as the Fundraising and Innovations Chair on the National Campus Leadership Team is brand new! It was created to innovate new ways and improvements on current fundraising. Fundraising is so important to doctors, researchers, cancer patients, and caregivers, so I deem it very important to always push fundraising to another level!
What is a goal you have for yourself on the NCLT
While serving on the NCLT I aim to provide very useful fundraising resources and aid for all campus relayers!
What is your guilty pleasure?
My guilty pleasure is not having any homework and napping all Saturday after a long week.
What is your favorite Netflix show?
Pretty Little Liars
What is your favorite food?
What motto do you live by?
"When life gives you a hundred reasons to break down and cry, show life that you have a thousand reasons to smile and laugh. Stay strong."