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Campus Activities Board Officers


Cornelius Flanagan '17 – President

Neil is responsible for managing the Campus Activites Board executive team.  He coordinates bi-weekly meetings and serves as the primary liaison between the Campus Activities Board and other Boston College departments.

Song Ha Kim '17– Vice President of Operations

Song Ha is responsible for overseeing the logistics of the organization.  Her duties include promoting internal relations, tracking attendance, and working closely with Neil on the daily functions of the organization.  Song Ha also oversees the Mentorship Programming Team, CAB's program for first—year students

Isabel Calo '17 - Vice President of Finance

Izzy is responsible for overseeing the finances of the organization.  Her duties include overseeing budgeting, ticket forecasting, and data analysis.  She also works closely with Neil on the daily functions of the organization

Caroline Law '18 – Director of Campus Engagement

Carol and the campus engagement committee are responsible for on campus events such as casino nights, bingo, pub series, and annual traditions such as the Homecoming Dance and Christmas Tree Lighting.

Eric Sanfilippo ’18 – Director of Trips & Excursions

Eric and the trips and excursions department are responsible for planning off campus trips. These trips include events is Boston, Massachusetts, and neighboring states.  Traditional events include apple picking and frog pond ice skating.

Kelsey Golden ’18 – Director of Live Entertainment

Kelsey and the live entertainment committee are responsible for planning musical and performance based events.  These events include comedian and hypnotist nights, Plexapalooza, and Modstock

Alexander Ojugbeli '17 – Director of Marketing

Alex and the marketing committee are responsible for marketing each of the Campus Activities Board's events.  This committee is also responsible for building the Campus Activities Board brand to better serve the student population at Boston College.