Student Health Advisory Board Members

 

 

 

 

 

Student Advisory Board - Academic Year Fall, 2017 - Spring, 2018

 

 

 

Richard Campolungo is a junior majoring in biochemistry with a minor in mathematics at Rutgers-Camden. Rich is also a member of the Honors College and the Q-Step Scholars. A year-round athlete, Rich runs both indoor and outdoor track and has served as the captain for cross country in the fall of 2016. In addition to the Student Health Advisory Board, he represents men’s cross country on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). As a new member to the board as well an on-campus resident, Rich will voice the concerns of the numerous student-athletes at Rutgers-Camden. Raising awareness of how the Student Health Services can best benefit Rutgers’ students on campus is his primary goal. In his free time, Rich works a part-time job and enjoys spending time with his family and dog, Jasper.

Samuel Kovach-Orr is a second-year law student with a strong interest in public health and serving those in his community.  Sam studied at Rutgers University in New Brunswick for his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Emory University for his Master of Religion and Public Life. Between the two degrees, he worked for Habitat for Humanity International in Americus, GA and Washington, D.C. focusing on volunteer mobilization.  Sam hopes to work as an attorney after graduation while continuing to pursue his passion of community service.

Maxine Koza is a junior at Rutgers Camden who is majoring in psychology. As a member of the Student Health Advisory Board, she hopes to make the health center more accessible and work on prevention of illnesses. Maxine is in a sorority called Sigma delta tau where she participates in a lot of volunteering activities. Some of her favorite places to volunteer at are the children's hospital of Philadelphia and Cooper Hospital. Maxine is also a sexual assault advocate and tries to helps victims become survivors. When she graduates she would like to work as a psychologist in the penitentiary system.    

Lakhaya London is a Senior at Rutgers Camden who is majoring in Health Sciences with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies, Psychology and Sociology. As a member of the Student Health Advisory Board, she hopes to make the health center more aware to students as well as make the services they provide more known. When she has a few extra hours, she is working on new events as President of Black Student Union. In her free time she likes to spend time with friends, watch movies, and plan different futures for herself. When she graduates she would like to take a year off and travel before heading to graduate school.