NCARH Director: Thanh Schado
Hey NCARH! My name is Thanh Schado and I will be serving as your Director. I am currently a third-year student at Appalachian State University (Roll ‘Neers!) and I am double majoring in Sustainable Development and Community & Regional Planning.
At App, I keep myself busy through my involvement as the RHA Programming Coordinator, general member of NRHH, Recording Secretary of UREC council, and interning at the Office of Sustainability.
I am extremely passionate about sustainability which encompasses raising awareness of environmental issues, sustaining communities, and ensuring social and environmental justice for all. I believe everyone has a right to have their voice heard and deserve a platform to be able to share their ideas, beliefs, and opinions. As a student leader, this is my philosophy; to bring my peers up and to always be there to support them in times of need or adversity.
I am extremely excited for the incoming conference year to grow and become more engaged with different universities and colleges across the state of North Carolina and South Carolina. I can’t wait to meet you all!
Associate Director of Finance (2nd Year)
Hello NCARH! My name is Nujhat Nabeela and I am excited to be your
Associate Director of Finance. I am a rising junior at the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and I am originally from Greenville,
NC. I am majoring in Economics and Management and Society with a minor
in Health and Society.
On campus, I am a part of NRHH, RHA, Community Government, Carolina
Research Scholars Program, and Carolina Financial Economics
I am looking forward to this year with NCARH!
Associate Director of Administration
Hey NCARH! My name is Summer Webb and I will be serving NCARH as the AD of Administration this year. I grew up in Garner, NC, but East Carolina University is my home and host institution. I am a Public Health major with a concentration in Community Health, and I will be in my third and final year of my undergraduate studies during my term. At my institution, I have served as NCC, and am a proud member of NRHH, Phi Kappa Phi, and the Sexuality and Gender Alliance.
Being involved with NCARH has been one of the greatest experiences I’ve had, and I look forward to sharing my passion with institutions across the Carolinas. I want to be an accessible resource for all our member institutions. I can’t wait to hear from you!
Associate Director of Media Marketing (2nd Year)
My name is Gabby Turner, and I am so happy to be your AD of Media and Marketing for another year (YEAR NUMBER 2!!!). I am a Junior at UNCW studying Marketing Strategy. Along with being on the SBD, I will be an RA, and the VP of Public Relations for NRHH during the 2019-2020 this year! I have served as a VP of Public Relations on two different area councils and am thankful for the opportunity to be on the SBD. My current hobbies are reading, watercolor painting, and going to conferences.
I’m in charge of all of NCARH’s social media. So, make sure to follow the Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! And if you have any ideas you want to see on the cool merch for the upcoming conference, feel free to reach out to me!
Associate Director of Membership
I’m Samantha Sims from Winston-Salem NC. I am a Sophomore Nursing major that attends Winston-Salem University.
Associate Director of Recognition (Vacant)
Hello! My name is Jack Watson. I was born in Arkansas but lived everywhere from Connecticut to Puerto Rico. I am a Computer Science major at Appalachian State University. Other than RHA, I am a part of Student Government, NRHH, Student Conduct, and University Recreation Council.
Fun facts: A quarter of my family is greek, I USE to be bilingual in Spanish, and my sister was born in Puerto Rico!
Hey all! My name is Tyler Minor and I am an Environmental Science major at App State. I love the earth and the water and the air and all those things. I grew up in Camden, NC and I'm never going to live in a town that small ever again.
As one of NCARH's Conference Chairs I am really looking forward to creating a smooth, eventful, and palatable conference experience for all of you. However, beyond just the conference, I really hope to work on tangible resources and that will set NCARH apart and turn it into something truly transformative for student leaders at every part of their journey.
Fun fact / "humble" brag; I speak 7 languages.
Host institution: North Carolina State University
Position: Residence Director
Graduate Program: Higher Education Administration