President and Exec. Vice President
Executive Vice President
Offices of the President and the Executive Vice President
Hey everyone! My name is Reed and I couldn't be more excited and honored to serve as your UGBC President for the 2018-19 school year. I'm a senior in MCAS majoring in International Studies. Since my days as a ULAer during my freshman year, I've been involved with UGBC in a number of other roles, including Chair of the SA's Mental Health Committee. My passion for mental health advocacy, which originated in my years of service at Samaritans, Inc. as part of 4Boston, led me to found the BC chapter of Lean On Me, a peer-to-peer text hotline that started at MIT. I've also run the Boston Marathon twice for Samaritans and founded Writers' Circle. Aside from running and writing, I spend my free time falling into Wikipedia rabbit holes and trying to learn to cook. Please reach out if you'd like to collaborate with UGBC as we strive to make BC a more respectful, open, and intersectional place for all, or if you have any questions or concerns about what we do. I hope to see you around campus!
Chief of Staff
My name is Natalee Deaette and I'm from Montgomery, VT. I'm a senior in the Lynch School of Education studying Applied Psychology and Human Development, with a minor in Managing for Social Impact. I've been involved in UGBC since my sophomore year when I started in the Student Initiatives division as the Co-Director of Campus Dialogue, and I then became the Director of Transparency during my junior year. Aside from UGBC, I am also the senior coordinator for the Emerging Leader Program. In my (somewhat nonexistent) free time, I love to read, hike, and play with my 80 pound "puppy"! Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or suggestions on how UGBC can best represent the student body.
Hi everyone! My name is Ignacio Fletcher, I am a Montserrat junior in MCAS majoring in Political Science, and I am very thrilled to be your Executive Vice President of UGBC. It is a position of high responsibility but I want to use it as an opportunity to serve and advocate for every student at Boston College as best as possible. I was not involved my freshman year in UGBC because I was exploring my interests in different clubs and organizations around campus like Residential Hall Council, Coaching Corps, Campus Ministry, and others. In my experience as a senator for the Class of 2020, I have been able to advocate for members in the Boston College community by sponsoring the Puerto Rican Relief Committee Resolution, and co-sponsoring the Black Lives Matter, and Montserrat and First Generation Resolutions. My interests are playing and watching soccer (Barca, Chelsea, Dortmund, Monaco and Juventus), cooking, spending time with friends, and exploring restaurants around Boston. My goal is to empower the voice of everyone that wants to make BC a more diverse and inclusive environment, so reach out to me whenever you want by email or by phone (expect green messages because I am a proud Samsung user). Have a great year at BC!