Executive Board 2016-2017

Yeun Ah (Irene) Lee – ’19

13585230_1238027999541601_8629341826037616150_oMathematical Data Science & German Double Major

Irene is from Los Angeles, California. She is absolutely enamored with German and its culture. She interned for German refugee non-profits this past winter and plans to be back in Berlin for the advanced German study abroad program. On campus, she is the Marketing Intern for the Academic Skills Center. After graduating she hopes to work in Market Analysis, Finance, or Marketing.

Molly Carpenter – ’19

11836643_728923993920629_4582321691323946786_n-1Applied Mathematics & Art History Double Major

Molly is from Clearwater, Florida. She enjoys tutoring, running, and visiting museums! After graduating, she sees herself attending medical school and working abroad to promote the reproductive rights of women.


Robin Zeng – ’19

image1.jpegMath Major

Robin Zeng is from Jacksonville, Florida. She enjoys reading, volunteering, and cooking various recipes she finds on Tasty. At Dartmouth, you can find her working as a UGA, volunteering with America Reads, or hanging out (and studying!) on FFB. After Dartmouth, she hopes to travel the world while working for an environmental non-profit.

Joan Lee – ’19

14393329_1410376585657353_424713278_oUndecided – Possibly Mathematics and Computer Science

Her name is pronounced Jo-an, and she is from Seoul, Korea.  On campus, she is involved with KSA (Korean Students Association) and the Dartmouth Consulting Group. This term, she is also tutoring for Math 8.



Itzel Castaneda – ’20

img_3615Mathematical Data Science & Hispanic Studies

Itzel Castañeda is a member of the class of 2020 who is interested in studying Mathematical Data Science and Hispanic Studies at Dartmouth. She was born in Ocotlán, Jalisco, México and was raised in Cicero, IL. Aside from AWM, Itzel is involved with the Dartmouth Quest for Socioeconomic Equality (and the Dartmouth Chapter of the Quest Scholars Network), the E. E. Just Scholars Program, and La Alianza Latina. Itzel likes to spend her downtime dancing, cooking, or simply in the company of good people. She hopes to inspire low-income minority students to apply to top-tier schools as a Quest Ambassador and then go on to use data to raise awareness for important issues as a statistician.


The AWM is advised by Professor Carolyn Gordon & Professor Rosa Orellana.