Barbara Cruz  
About Barbara
Barbara Cruz is a junior Posse Scholar in the school of Arts and Sciences studying Government with minors in Inequality Studies, Asian American Studies, Latino/a Studies, and CPEJ. She is the Co-Chair for La Asociación Latina, the umbrella org for all the Latinx orgs on Cornell's campus. She joined the Community Partnership Funding Board in Fall 2015 as a board member and has served in a variety of roles on the board. She is also involved with Cornell's chapter of MEChA as the organization's Political Chair.

Brinda Gurumoorthy  
About Brinda
Brinda Gurumoorthy is a junior computer science major in the College of Engineering. She joined the Community Partnership Funding Board in Fall 2016 and currently serves as a board member. Aside from her involvement in CPFB, she is the vice president of the Cornell Hindu Student Council, a cultural and religious organization, and webmaster for Asha Cornell, a nonprofit organization supporting rural education in India. She hopes to make more time for volunteering and community service during the rest of her time at Cornell.

Eliyahu Lehmann - President 
About Eliyahu
Eliyahu Lehmann is a Senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Philosophy and minoring in Global Health. He has been an executive board member of the Community Partnership Funding Board since the fall of 2015. He has volunteered with various non-profit organizations such as the American Jewish World Service Organization in Ghana, Africa, the America Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in India, and Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans. He is excited to continue pursuing his passion for social justice at Cornell and within the greater Ithaca community through CPFB.

Jacob Fink - Vice President 
About Jacob
Jacob Fink ‘19 is a junior in the College of Human Ecology studying Policy Analysis & Management, while pursuing a minor in Business. He is one of the newest members of the Community Program Funding Board, having joined in the Fall of 2016. Aside from CPFB, on campus he serves as a domestic policy analyst for The Roosevelt Institute, a radio DJ for WVBR, and is a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, where he serves on multiple committees and as the Philanthropy Chair. Off campus, he has been deeply involved with public service on Long Island, where he has worked for State Senator Todd Kaminsky in constituent relations, aiding Hurricane Sandy victims in accessing funds to rebuild destroyed homes, and on legislation which helped prevent animal abuse by unlicensed dog trainers, and helped improve the New York State environment and health by regulating a carcinogenic toxin in the drinking water supply. He has also worked with Long Island based non-profit and think tank ‘Rock and Wrap It Up!’ distributing food to the needy and working on establishing a nationwide program to connect food donors to places of distribution. Additionally, he enjoys traveling, music, and following his beloved New York Mets.

Joyce Muchan - Adviser 
About Joyce
Keenan Ashbrook  
About Keenan
Keenan Ashbrook is a freshman majoring in Government in the College of Arts and Sciences. He has served on the CPFB since Fall 2016. Keenan pursues his passion for community service and engagement as a Cornell Tradition Fellow, and serves as a member of the Student Assembly City and Local Affairs Committee. He is also an Economic Policy Analyst for the Cornell Roosevelt Institute, a student-run public policy think tank and advocacy center.

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