President: Anne Augustine
Vice President: Christopher Liedl
Liedl is a 2L from Pequot Lakes, Minnesota. A 2008 Notre Dame graduate, he spent three years in Florida developing and managing renewable energy projects before joining §4tw- the greatest HLS section that ever was or will be. He can typically be found on Harvard Yard selflessly nurturing the twenty-four Harvard freshmen entrusted to his care.
Treasurer: Ellen Sise
Ellen is a 2L from Niskayuna, NY. After graduating from Penn in 2009 she spent two years working at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in the Major Economic Crimes Bureau and Violent Criminal Enterprise Unit. This past summer she worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. She has found CLSA to be a great part of her HLS experience!
Liturgy Coordinator: John Avila
John is a 2L at HLS. Besides taking care of the very important task of setting up for mass and dinner afterwards, John is on the Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law. He did his undergrad at Notre Dame, where he played the tuba in the marching band.
Social Chair: Liat Rome
Liat is a 2L. Originally from Chicago, she went to Washington University in St. Louis for undergrad (go Bears!) and then spent two years in Houston teaching 6th grade math through Teach for America. Her favorite color is green, she loves volleyball, basketball, track, and football, and one of her favorite church songs is “The Summons.”
Community Service Chair: Nanjala Nyabola
Nanjala is a 2L who really likes community service. And music. Be sure to thank her for her fantastic liturgical guitar playing!
Fr. George is a member of a teaching order, the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales. He holds a biochemistry Ph.D. from Harvard Medical School. He also has S.T.B. and S.T.L. degrees in theology from the Gregorian University in Rome. While in Rome, he had the good fortune to be ordained in John Henry Cardinal Newman’s church of St. George’s at the Velabrum.
Prior to Harvard, Fr. George was a Visiting Fellow in Molecular Biology at Princeton. At Princeton, he worked on the tumor suppressor gene p53, taught bioethics, and served at the university parish.