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Posted 11/18/09 by Jason Berkenfeld
For immediate release: November 18, 2009
The Harvard College Democrats are delighted to
announce their 2009-2010 executive board:
Jason Q. Berkenfeld ’11, President. Jason is a History and Science contentrator in
Quincy House from Dix Hills, New York. “The passion and enthusiasm of this new
Board is extraordinary,” he said. “With the help of our members, I have no doubt that
we will be able to renew our commitment to a progressive agenda and strengthen the
progressive community on this campus.”
Lindsay M. Garber ’11, Vice President. Lindsay is a Government concentrator in
Quincy House form Madison, Wisconsin.
Evelyn R. Wenger ’11, Campaigns Director. Evelyn is a Government concentrator in
Cabot House from Hampton Falls, New Hampshire.
Lange P. Luntao ’12, Communications Director. Lange is a Social Studies
concentrator in Kirkland House from Stockton, California.
Jonathan L. Newmark ’12, Events Director. Jonathan is a Government concentrator
in Quincy House from Laurel Hollow, New York.
Alexa K. Zahl ’13, Legislative Director. Alexa is a prospective Classics concentrator in
Pennypacker from New York, New York.
Daniel F. Selgrade ’12, Membership Director. Daniel is a Molecular and Cellular
Biology concentrator in Quincy House from Belmont, Massachusetts.
Ryan A. Hanley ’12, Political Director. Ryan is a History and Literature concentrator
in Mather House from Davidsonville, Maryland.
Meaghan M. Riether ’12, Secretary. Meaghan is a Women, Gender, and Sexuality
concentrator in Winthrop House from Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Katie R. Zavadski ’13, Treasurer. Katie is a prospective Government and Women,
Gender, and Sexuality Concentrator in Hurlbut from Brooklyn, New York.
Outgoing president Eva Z. Lam ’10 expressed her optimism about the incoming
executive board. “I’m really excited about this year’s board,” she said. “I think they’ll do
an incredible job of organizing students for the 2010 midterms and beyond.”
The Harvard College Democrats are the largest partisan political organization at Harvard
University. Looking to the year ahead, the College Democrats are excited to focus their efforts
on political advocacy, cultivate a progressive campus community, and renew their
commitment to service. For more, visit www.harvarddems.com or contact Lange Luntao