Jonathan Masci - Alumni Advisor 
About Jonathan
Jonny graduated in May 2016 with a degree in linguistics. He joined CUDAP in his sophomore year in order to learn more about American Sign Language and Deaf culture. During his time in the organization, he found a passion for advocacy and service learning. It was gratifying to work with dedicated colleagues to raise awareness of the issues facing people who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and to inspire fellow students to learn more about Deaf culture. Since graduating, he has served as an AmeriCorps member with City Year New Hampshire, where he gives students individualized tutoring in a high-need elementary school. He is honored to have the opportunity to support the newest generation of CUDAP leaders.

Mary Grace Hager - Co-President 
About Mary Grace
Mary Grace is a junior (Class of 2019) majoring in mathematics and computer science. She joined CUDAP her freshman year to learn more about ASL and Deaf culture. Mary Grace became Treasurer in the spring of 2016 and transitioned into Co-President a year later. She is excited to continue working to make Cornell a more accessible campus and to raise awareness of issues facing the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing communities. Outside of CUDAP, Mary Grace works for Cornell Career Services as a Peer Advisor and enjoys running, knitting, and clogging.

Diana Bartolotta - Co-President 
About Diana
Diana Bartolotta is a junior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences majoring in Environmental & Sustainability Sciences and double minoring in Development Sociology and Business. She joined CUDAP her freshman year to pursue advocacy opportunities and to connect with others who share an interest in learning and improving their American Sign Language skills. Diana advocates for inclusivity and accessibility on campus through her sorority, Kappa Delta, and through her participation as a facilitator in Dining With Diverse Minds Events sponsored by ALANA and CMM. Now serving as Co-President, Diana hopes to increase CUDAP’s impact this semester!

Juliet Remi - Outreach Chair 
About Juliet
Juliet Remi is a sophomore majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations with a minor in business. She joined CUDAP in her freshman year to improve her American Sign Language and learn more about the Deaf community and culture. She is now training for the outreach chair position. Outside of CUDAP, Juliet is involved with Empathy, Assistance and Referral Service (EARS), Orientation, and Cornell Dining. She is also on the e-board for Cornell Students for Hunger Relief (CHR), where she served as Treasurer during the 2016-2017 academic year before transitioning to President in her sophomore year. Juliet is interested in community service and intends to attend law school following graduation.

Joyce Muchan - Advisor 
About Joyce
Katherine Dillon - Secretary 
About Katherine
Katherine (Katie) Dillon is a junior majoring in Human Biology, Health, and Society, with a minor in Creative Writing. She joined the Cornell University Deaf Awareness Project as a freshman and has been CUDAP's secretary since Spring 2017. Katie is dedicated to CUDAP's accessibility goals, and particularly enjoys sharing the beauty of American Sign Language (ASL) as part of the group. When not busy with CUDAP and studying, Katie enjoys writing, cooking, and everything to do with Broadway musicals.

Lucia Gomez - Events Coordinator  
About Lucia
Lucia is a freshman hoping to double major in Computer Science and Linguistics. She joined CUDAP during her first semester to connect with other students who love ASL and to spread awareness about Deaf culture. Lucia loves to gloss songs, and she's translated everything from Hamilton to Twenty One Pilots. Outside of CUDAP, Lucia is involved in Slope Media and Lavender, and enjoys geocaching, running, and covering things in stickers.

Alyssa Trigg - Treasurer 
About Alyssa
I am a senior majoring in Computer Science and Linguistics. I have been a member of CUDAP since spring of 2016 and am currently the treasurer of the Cornell University Deaf Awareness Project. I am also a member of the Cornell Swing Dance Club, and assorted other clubs.

Pamela Wildstein - Publicity Designer 
About Pamela
Pamela Wildstein is a sophmore majoring in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences with a concentration in Environmental Policy and Governance and a double minor in Climate Change and Urban and Regional Studies. She joined CUDAP in the Fall of her sophmore year, after transferring from Penn State.

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