Executive Board

Raquel Leslie Co-President

Raquel Leslie is a senior from Danvers, MA, concentrating in Government and East Asian Studies with a citation in Mandarin Chinese. In addition to HMC, she is a Peer Advising Fellow and a tutor for Harvard employees seeking US citizenship.

    Nick Pagel Co-President

    Nick is a senior at the College, concentrating in Molecular and Cellular Biology. The son of a Marine, he was born in America, but raised by the world. While traveling across Asia, he witnessed international politics at work and found his passion.

      Peter Goldberg Vice President

      Peter Goldberg is a rising junior from Needham, MA in Kirkland House concentrating in Computer Science. Peter works with HMC conferences across the world, specifically in Hong Kong and Mexico City. Outside of HMC, Peter plays saxophone.

        Ben Porter Chief of Staff

        Ben is a senior concentrating in Economics and Mind, Brain, Behavior. When not HMC-ing, he enjoys spending time with his dog and watching the Red Sox.

          Harrison Satcher Speaker of the House

          Harrison Satcher is a senior from southwest Florida. In his free time he enjoys photography, hiking, boardgames, and intramural crew.

            Cate Pinto President of the Senate

            Cate is a junior studying Applied Math with a focus in Computer Science & Economics. In addition to HMC, she is involved with the Institute of Politics Technology and Innovation Policy Group and Harvard’s Peer Advising Fellow program.

              Narayan Narasimhan Director of Special Programs

              Narayan Narasimhan is a senior from Shaker Heights, Ohio, concentrating in Social Studies and Linguistics with a citation in Arabic. He is excited to serve on board for the Boston conference, and serves on the Boards for the Asia and Latin America conferences as well. Outside of HMC, Narayan loves long walks on the beach and Netflix.

                Dustin Chiang Business Manager

                Dustin Chiang is a senior from Fremont, California studying Government. He teaches civics at local public schools, serves as President of Harvard’s Institute of Politics, and enjoys watching Oakland A’s baseball.

                  Andrew LaScaleia Director of Technology

                  Andrew, originally from Sudbury, MA, is a sophomore concentrating in Government with a secondary in Statistics. Outside of HMC, Andrew is a member of the Harvard Glee Club and the Harvard Program for International Education. In his free time, Andrew likes to play soccer.

                    Jessica Lin Faculty Liaison

                    Jessica is a senior studying Chemistry. Though born in New York, she has spent most of her life in Massachusetts and is a Bostonian at heart. This is her third year with HMC Boston, and she is looking forward to working closely with faculty and students. Outside of HMC, Jessica works at Y2Y, a young adult homeless shelter.

                      Kemi Akenzua Director of Scholarships and Outreach

                      Kemi is a sophomore from Los Angeles, CA concentrating in History and Science with a focus in Technology, Information, and Society. In addition to HMC Boston, she participates in Women in CS, The Harvard Crimson, and works as a barista on campus. She loves to travel, cook, and make references to The Office. She’s so excited for HMC Boston 2019!

                        Starr Rhee Director of Mentoring

                        Starr is a sophomore at Harvard from Nashville, Tennessee. She studies Government with a secondary in Spanish. In addition to being Director of Mentoring, she works in the Harvard Admissions Office and volunteers for the Boston Urban Debate League.

                          Will Matheson Director of Operations

                          Will is a sophomore at Harvard studying Government. In addition to HMC, he polls young Americans and encourages them to vote at Harvard’s Institute of Politics. In his free time, he loves to snowboard in the mountains near his hometown in Utah.

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