Celebrating the 2022-2023 Student Advisory Council’s Contributions!
At HUECU, we want to express our deepest appreciation for the extraordinary contributions made by the 2022-2023 Student Advisory Council (SAC). The SAC‘s partnership with us was instrumental in providing us with valuable insights and feedback, which were crucial in shaping our direction towards greater success. The dedication the SAC showed towards financial education was truly inspiring, and their feedback was instrumental in guiding us through the ever-evolving financial landscape.
Together, we have accomplished many great achievements, and we feel privileged to have had the opportunity to collaborate with such exceptional individuals. We are grateful for their role in our team, and their contributions have made a significant impact on our organization.
As we look forward to the years ahead, we are excited to continue working with the SAC and build on the successes we have achieved together.
Thank you for being a part of our team and for making a significant impact on our organization. Here’s to the future years ahead, and we are excited to continue working with you.
Carly Bolton is a first year student from Massachusetts living in Thayer Hall. Carly has a passion for outdoor activities and community involvement. She plans to major in economics with a secondary in statistics and enjoys learning about financial systems and educating others on the subject. In her free time, Carly loves driving around with friends, taking care of her backyard chickens, and working on collaborative projects that promote social good.
David M. González is a fourth year from Chicago, IL living in Quincy House. At the College, he studies Linguistics and Philosophy. Through the SAC, David enjoys breaking down and communicating complex financial topics into accessible language and actionable advice. Outside of school, you can find David woodworking and reading a wide range of book genres.
Jawahir Mohamed is a second year student from Boston, MA in Eliot House studying Economics and Psychology. She has a keen interest in acquiring and spreading financial knowledge to immigrant communities and strives to apply her academics to rebuilding her Somali community. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and meeting people from different cultures
Meadow Hall is a third year from Franklin, KY living in Kirkland House. Meadow studies Integrative Biology at the College, and has been with the SAC for 3 years. With the SAC, Meadow enjoys providing Cambridge and the surrounding communities with easily digestible financial literacy resources. When she is not in class or working with the SAC, you can find Meadow playing volleyball or solving puzzles.