The 2016-2017 Project Bright Board
Co-President: James Barile (SC ’18) – email@example.com
James dedicates his life to building protection for the same forests that guided his runs since childhood, which couch his stargazing, and which spark his thoughts. He thinks cliffs tend to be more charming when hanging from them. He believes human and nature can exist in covenant.
Co-President: Jonah Pearl (CC ’18) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Eric Sanderson (BR ’19) – email@example.com
Co-Technical Lead: Connie Lam (BR ’19) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Technical Lead: Kevin Liang (BR ’19) – email@example.com
Treasurer: Pascale Bronder (CC ’19) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Advisor: Emma Ryan (ES ’17) – email@example.com
Emma is an Environmental Studies major who loves hiking through the woods, cooking (and eating) tasty food, listening to music with her friends, and frolicking around in general. She hopes that eventually everything will run on solar (and any and all other renewable sources of energy).
Senior Advisor: Julia Zhuang (DC ’17) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Bright’s first encounter with Julia was when she chased down their solar panel bearing recruitment team at the extracurricular bazaar. Now Julia can spend all that saved energy planning and implementing awesome solar projects while hanging out with the brightest and sunniest people you will find. Be warned that white-boards, process flow diagrams, cats, artisan bread, and anything related to solar energy inflict Julia with an unnatural excitement complete with figurative squealing and literal giddiness.
Senior Advisor: Gabe Rissman (ES ‘16.5) – email@example.com
David (Gabe) Rissman wants to do everything, but if he had to choose one particular thing to do it would be installing solar panels on Yale buildings with Project Bright while playing football, eating Thai food, listening to music, and talking about the universe.
Senior Advisor: Lily Hahn (TD ’17) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lily is a Geology & Geophysics major and a solar enthusiast. Her most recent adventures include implementing water, energy, and waste management initiatives as a Sustainability Intern for Star Island Corporation, and she is very excited for another year with Project Bright! She can be found in dance studios, kitchens, libraries, and hammocks, but the best way to find her is to come to Project Bright meetings!