Meet the Jenks Class
Class of 2022 Student Directors
Tyler Williams '22
Tyler is in the Carroll School of Management double majoring in Finance and Management and Leadership. He is from Long Island and attended a relatively small public high school. Tyler is a first generation college student, and is grateful for all the opportunities BC and Jenks have offered him. When not doing school work he likes to throw a football around with friends or play basketball. During the summers Tyler works in construction learning hands on skills that he uses during free time to work on small projects. Tyler was a member of the Jenks Leadership Program class of 2021.
Victoria Wittgen '22
Tori is from Saint Louis, Missouri, and is majoring in Biology on the Pre-Med track. Outside of the Jenks Leadership Program, Tori plays for the Boston College Women’s Club Basketball Team and is a member of BC’s Student Organization Funding Committee. This past summer, Tori worked in the Ambulatory Care Unit at Saint Louis University Hospital, specifically with pre- and post-operation patient care. She plans to return this summer along with a new role in a research lab. Tori’s ultimate goal is to attend Medical School with a focus on global public health. She hopes to educate herself about population needs and how to be impactful on a larger scale. If Tori isn’t studying, eating, or playing basketball, she’s most likely exploring Boston, watching Blues Hockey or Cardinal’s Baseball, or trying to find an oven to bake cookies. She was a member of the Jenks Leadership Program class of 2020 where she grew as a woman capable of serving any community.
Class of 2022
Mabel Bassi ‘23
Emily Browder ‘22
Emily Browder is a History Major with a double Minor in Management & Leadership and Faith, Peace & Justice. She is from Glenview, Illinois, and graduated from Glenbrook South High School in 2018. Her academic interests include history of American identity, public policy, and women’s history. She is a writer for The Heights, captain of Fuego del Corazon, Outreach Coordinator for Bellarmine Law Society, as well as a Lean On Me text supporter. She plans to go to Law School after college and looks forward to learning leadership skills while providing service to her community through the Jenks Program.
Jack Carroll ‘24
Jack is from Dallas, Texas and is an economics major in Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. He attended Dallas Jesuit and was an active member of his community there serving the local homeless and refugee communities through Boy Scouts and through school. Jack plans on continuing to do more service work at Boston College. Jack plans through the Jenks Leadership Program to use the skills of servant leadership to benefit the communities surrounding him. In his free time, he enjoys flying, fishing, working out, and being with his friends.
Tyler Doornwerd ‘24
Tyler is from Chicago, Illinois. He is studying finance and business analytics in the Carrol School of Management. Along with Jenks, Tyler is involved in the admissions program, residential life, and enjoys playing intramural sports. Tyler is excited to be a part of Jenks and looks forward to refining his leadership skills as well as building meaningful friendships.
Jack Fenlon ‘23
Jack is from West Boylston, MA. He studies Finance in the Carroll School of Management and is a member of the Philosophy Perspectives program in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. Jack graduated from Saint John's High School in Shrewsbury where he held leadership roles from President of the Student Activities council to athletics and fundraising. In addition to academics and participation in Jenks, Jack is a member of the Club Golf team at BC. Jack spent this past summer working as a Mortgage Loan Originator at All East Mortgage, LLC. Jack is excited to meet new people through the Jenks Leadership program and hopes to foster interpersonal and communication skills throughout his time in Jenks.
Sarah Flynn ‘23
Sarah is from New Rochelle, NY, and is a student in The Carroll School of Management studying Marketing and Management for Social Impact on the Digital Economy, Social Innovation, and Citizenship track. Sarah graduated from The Ursuline School in New Rochelle, where leadership was at the center of everything she did, as she held roles such as a Student Ambassador, Peer Minister, Team captain of the Varsity Cross Country and Track and Field Teams; and even hosted her own charity event. In addition to being a member of the Jenks Program, Sarah is currently a member of the Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field Teams, the Student-Athlete Advisory Community Service Committee, and is the community service liaison for the Women’s Cross Country and Track and Field Teams. In her free time, Sarah loves to spend time with her friends and family, trying new restaurants in Boston, and swimming or doing yoga. Through Jenks, Sarah hopes to continue to write chapters in her Boston College journey by meeting lifelong friends, growing as an individual, and most importantly, learning the true meaning of “men and women for others.”
Chloe Garber ‘23
Chloe is from Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She studies Finance and Information Systems in the Carroll School of Management. Chloe attended Cherry Hill High School East, in her hometown, where she served as the Varsity Field Hockey Captain, and was involved in many other extracurricular activities. At BC, Chloe is a 4Boston volunteer and a Women in Business member, in addition to being in Jenks. In her free time, Chloe loves to work out, explore restaurants in the city, drink coffee, spend time with friends and family, and drive in the car with the windows down. Chloe is eager to expand her understanding of servant leadership, and develop long-lasting friendships that will enhance her BC experience.
Colin Hall ‘22
Colin is from Mendham, New Jersey and is studying Finance, Business Analytics, and Computer Science. In high school he was passionate about service, running, and music and has continued to pursue these interests throughout his time at Boston College. Colin is a member of 4Boston, tutoring with EVKids, and is a member of Club Running. Colin’s favorite act of service at Boston College is going to Franciscan Children’s Hospital to play music there with the BC Music Guild. He looks forward to his time with Jenks, meeting great people, and having an impact on the Chestnut Hill community. In his free time Colin likes to play guitar, surf, read, and eat El Pelón.
Sydney Harpole ’24
Sydney is from Durham, NC and is a student in the Carroll School of Management. She is co-concentrating in Finance and Accounting with a minor in Public Health and the Common Good. She plans to pursue a career that integrates her passions for medicine, service for others, and management. She is a member of 4Boston, the Student Admissions Program, and a member of the Jenks Leadership Program class of 2022. In her spare time, Sydney enjoys running, spending time with friends, family and her twin sister, and playing the piano. With regards to Jenks, Sydney cannot wait to further develop her leadership skills and build long lasting relationships with those who share a passion for service.
Isabela James ‘24
Isabela was born and raised in Miami, FL. She speaks Spanish fluently, as her family is Colombian. She is double majoring in marketing and entrepreneurship in the Carroll School of Management. During her time at Boston College thus far, Isabela has been a member of the Women in Business Club, the Smart Women Securities Club, and served as the marketing representative on the Student Business Consortium’s E-board. In her spare time, she loves to be with her friends and family, bake, read, volunteer, and travel. Through the Jenks Leadership Program, Isabela hopes to learn how to be a compassionate and forward-thinking leader.
Sarah Johnson ‘23
Sarah was born and raised in Maplewood, New Jersey. She attended Kent Place School in Summit, NJ for 12 years of her life. Now at Boston College, she is currently majoring in Communications with a minor in Journalism in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. Along with that, she has minor in Managing for Social Impact and the Common Good within the Carrol School of Management. At Boston College, she in very involved in the Student Organization Funding Committee as well as EcoPledge. She also works as an office assistant for Student Res Life for the 2k apartments. Sarah loves the Boston area, but specifically all of the great food that the city has to offer. On weekends, she enjoys exploring the city, going on walks, and spending quality time with friends and family. Sarah’s extroverted personality makes her always eager to meet new people and try new things. She is super excited to be a part of this program to not only learn more about herself, but also discover new ways she can be a woman for others.
Mehdi Kayi ‘24
Mehdi was born and raised in Boston, MA. Mehdi is majoring in Philosophy and minoring in Global Public Health and the Common Good, while studying on the pre-health track. He aspires to become a physician and public health professional, in order to serve both patients in his own community and populations of the world at large. At BC, in addition to Jenks, Mehdi is involved in the Muslim Student Association e-board, Arab Student Association e-board, and Men's Club Volleyball team. Off-campus, Mehdi volunteers as a mentor for his local Muslim youth program, Arkanum, of which he was a member throughout high school. Outside of school, Mehdi enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, playing soccer and volleyball, and exploring new places around Boston and abroad. Mehdi is beyond excited to hone his leadership skills as a member of the Jenks family, explore different ways to apply his skills to enact change where needed, and work in the service of others and the greater good.
Zarah Lakhani ’24
Zarah is from Long Island, NY and studying in the Lynch School of Education. She is majoring in Elementary Education and Transformative Education. Besides Jenks, Zarah participates in the service immersion program, APPA, and is on the council for the AHANA+ Outreach program and BC Splash. In the future, she hopes to work in a career where she can mix her passion for social justice with educational policy. With Jenks, Zarah is excited to make a difference in communities through service, as well as learn leadership qualities.
Courtenay Lutz ‘24
Victor Moisescu ‘23
Victor is from Newton, Massachusetts, and is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at the Woods College of Advancing Studies. Prior to returning to complete his Bachelor’s, he was the Director of Operations of a local gymnastics school, where he enjoyed tackling the daily challenges of running a small business and coaching children. In his free time, he likes to hike, sing, and spend time with family. In the future, Victor hopes to pursue a career that combines his interests in economics with his desire to help social impact organizations succeed.
Brickley O’Sullivan ‘22
Brickley is from Dover, Massachusetts, and graduated from Dover Sherborn High School in 2018. She is a student in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences and is majoring in Economics with minors in Biology and Philosophy. Brickley is a first-generation college student and is grateful for the opportunity to learn from her experience in Jenks. In her free time, Brickley likes to go to restaurants with her friends, spend time with her family, and go into the city. Brickley is interning at Foundation Medicine, a company in Boston. She is very excited to be a part of the Jenks Leadership Program and looks forward to learning how to serve a community and act as a leader.
Claire Perez ‘22
Claire is from Park Ridge, New Jersey, and is in the Lynch School of Education. She is majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Development with minors in Marketing through CSOM and French through MCAS. At BC, Claire is a Lynch School of Education Applied Psychology Mentor and an Endeavor Leader which has given her the opportunity to support and advise younger students with their future career choices. She is also an Undergraduate Research Assistant and is President of the Women's Club Soccer Team, which is 2nd in the Nation. She has participated in APPA which is a weeklong volunteer program and during the summer, Claire is interning at Keegan and Werlin, a law firm in Boston. She is very excited to be a part of Jenks Leadership Program and is grateful for the opportunity to give back to the surrounding Boston communities.
Kevin Petriello ‘23
Kevin is a student in the Carroll School of Management. He lives in Franklin MA, and is proud to have been involved in his local community, especially through his town’s Boy Scout Troop where he earned the rank of Eagle Scout and volunteered in many service projects throughout the town. At BC, he is studying Finance and Business Analytics. As well as a minor in Faith, Peace, and Justice focusing on the issue of economic inequality. Besides his studies and being a part of Jenks, Kevin enjoys practicing his financial analysis skills in the Student Business Consortium, and exploring his faith in the Christian Life Community where this year he is serving as a Group Co-Leader. You can find Kevin spending his free time reading books on history, watching the occasional TED Talk, playing ping pong and chess, and cheering on BC sports teams. Kevin is thankful for the friendships he has made that support and motivate him to do his best, the professors that challenge him to think critically, and his family for their unconditional love. He looks forward to another rewarding year and grateful for Jenks in providing the gift of a formative experience to grow as a person and leader.
Aidan Prior ‘24
Aidan is a Finance and Business Analytics concentrator from Norwood High School in MA, where he was Student Council President, Varsity Football Captain, and the Treasurer of the Global Citizenship Program. In addition to Jenks, Aidan participates in the Investment Club, First Year Service Program, BC Best Buddies, and the Men's Rugby Team. Outside of that, he enjoys reading, exercising, cooking, playing sports with friends and is an avid Boston Red Sox and Celtics fan. Aidan is extremely grateful to be a part of Jenks and looks forward to both growing as a leader for others as well as forming lasting relationships with his current classmates in the semesters to come.
Gladis Ricaurte ’22
Gladis is in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Managing for Social Impact and Finance. Born in a small municipality on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, Gladis lived there for the earlier part of her childhood before moving to the greater Providence area in Rhode Island. Throughout her high school career, Gladis participated in non-profit service as a volunteer. Similarly, at Boston College, Gladis has continued to work with a local non-profit as a sophomore PULSE volunteer and later on creating a financial literacy program with a Boston College Legacy Grant. Gladis is also a member of the Boston College Elections Committee. In her free time, Gladis enjoys trying new kinds of restaurants and browsing for new music. Gladis looks forward to expanding her listening palette as well as her taste palette.
Liam Rogan ‘22
Liam is a senior in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences majoring in biology and minoring in finance. Born in Worcester and raised in Sutton, Liam has lived his entire life in Massachusetts with his parents and three younger siblings. In addition to being a member of Jenks, Liam is also a mentor in BCBigs, a campaign organizer, and a biology research intern. In his free time he enjoys playing Tennis and Basketball, going to the beach, and spending time with his friends and family. After graduation he hopes to work in healthcare consulting or administration, although later in life he hopes to work his way towards a political role. His greatest wish for his time in Jenks is that he can continue to develop his interpersonal skills, collaborative dynamics, and leadership qualities that will allow him to fully appreciate the value of every team member at every level of a group.
Kristine Simmons ‘24
Kristine is from Sudbury, MA and is studying Applied Psychology and Human Development in the Lynch School of Education. While attending Boston College, Kristine further aspires to earn a minor degree in medical humanities and health through MCAS’ offered interdisciplinary programs. Aside from Jenks Leadership, Kristine is an active member in the Campus Ministry Program and plans to join the Student Admissions Program as a tour guide or panelist. She is thankful to have the opportunity to be a member of Boston College’s community and is eager to develop into a stronger leader by collaborating with her fellow classmates in Jenks.
Tyler Smith ‘24
Tyler is from East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, and is pursuing a major in Economics with minors in Finance and Hispanic Studies. In addition to being a member of Jenks, Tyler is also a member of the Boston College Men's Club Soccer Team and the Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO). In his free time, Tyler enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing soccer, and playing with his dog. Tyler enjoys volunteering in his community, and is excited to make an impact on the Greater Boston Community with his Jenks classmates.
Timothy Smyth ‘22
Tim was born and raised in South Boston, Mass and is a proud Double Eagle after having graduated from BC High in 2018. At BC, Tim is majoring in Political Science, with minors in Chinese and Finance. His dad is BC class of ’92 and Jenks class of ’92, so the legacy lives on. On campus, you can find Tim leading a CLC small group, actively participating in the Knights of Columbus council, engaging in several political organizations, and working for the BC Police Department. During the summer, he teaches sailing to little kids which brings great joy as he gets to watch them grow up and improve their skills each year. He is grateful for the opportunities and friendships that Jenks has provided, especially during a school year that revolved around the pandemic.
Nicholas Steele ’22
Nick is from Dix Hills, Long Island, NY and is studying Operations Management and Accounting for Finance and Consulting in the Carroll School of Management, as well as minoring in Philosophy. In addition to Jenks, he is the President of Sports Business Society and a member of the Hellenic Society at BC. He has interned at KPMG and on two NY Congressional re-election campaigns, and hopes to utilize JLP to learn from others via shared leadership perspectives and experiences.
Nicholas Stratigakis ’22
Nick is from Brooklyn, New York where he graduated from Poly Prep Country Day School. He is pursuing a Psychology BS degree with a Medical Humanities minor. At Boston College, Nick conducts research in the Momeni Biological Communities Lab. He performs community service at the Campus School, and as a virtual tutor in the Boston College Neighborhood Center. He is part of the Psychology/Neuroscience Mentorship Program as well as the Hellenic Society Mentorship Program. Nick is also an avid member of the Hellenic Society, Hiking Club, Mendel Society, and the American Red Cross club. Outside of Boston College, Nick performs research with the Cho Spine Lab at Mount Sinai and volunteers at the Cobble Hill Health Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Charlotte Wang ’23
Charlotte is from Shanghai, China, and attended high school in Culver, Indiana. She is majoring in Economics &Communication and minor in Finance. In addition to the Jenks Leadership program, she is also a teaching assistant for the Financial Forecasting class. In her free time, Charlotte loves to develop new skills like cooking and sailing or fencing, explore new restaurants with friends, and travel. She is grateful for being a part of the Jenks family. Through Jenks, she is excited to learn valuable leadership skills and to connect with other great Jenks members.
Nicholas Yustin ’24
Nick is from Lake Barrington, Illinois. He is majoring in History in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences with a minor in Marketing in the Carroll School of Management. In addition to Jenks, Nick is the Vice President of Coaching Corps BC and is on the Club Rugby Team. He actively volunteers in his communities, currently working with the Good Athlete Project based out of Chicago, Illinois, where he tutors underprivileged children and coaches strength and conditioning. In his free time, Nick enjoys exploring Boston with friends, working out, and playing guitar. He is excited to bring his experiences from the Jenks program and at Boston College to a future in business, where he hopes to serve the global community.