Ali Hassell | Divisions CoordinatorEmail Ali
Ali Hassell is a fourth year Business Management student from Tarpon Springs, Florida. Prior to serving as the Divisions Coordinator for Florida Blue Key, Ali was the Executive Director for the 2014 Miss University of Florida Scholarship Pageant, which is an official local pageant within the Miss America Organization. Ali served an Assistant Director for the pageant in 2012 and 2013. Additionally, she was selected to be a member of the Florida Leadership Academy within the Warrington College of Business where she served as the Historian. She has held various positions in Gator Growl , as well as within her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. Ali continues to be an active member of Alpha Delta Pi, and she currently serves as the Alumnae Relations Chair.
Alfredo Espinosa | Civic EngagementEmail Alfredo
Alfredo is a fourth year construction management student with a fascination for leadership and public service. Since arriving at the University of Florida four years ago, Alfredo has strived to give back to the community by working on local political campaigns and even running for a seat on the Gainesville City Commission. While he just missed the runoff election by less than 3% of the vote, Alfredo continues to stay active and works to engage the student body in local politics. He’s also served as a 2012 Preview Staffer and Vice President for his fraternity, Delta Tau Delta.
Jason Holloway | Community EventsEmail Jason
Jason is from Clearwater, Florida and graduated last year from the University of Florida with a degree in political science. He is currently taking post-grad classes, working in politics, and plans on attending law school in a few years. During his undergraduate years, Jason was a re-founding member of the Alpha Eta chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha and has held numerous leadership positions in the fraternity since 2010. In 2012, he also founded the Delta Chi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a service fraternity chapter which has since provided thousands of hours of service to the Gainesville community. He served as president of his service fraternity for two terms while also acting as a chapter consultant and creating chapters in other schools around Florida, and is now the president of the chapter alumni board. He was also an active member of the UF Men’s Club Volleyball team while creating the Gator Beach Volleyball Club. Jason has also served as a Bob Graham Civic Scholar, advised on the UF Center for Leadership and Service’s Student Advisory Board, participated in mock trial competitions with Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity, served a student mentor and foreign student advocate and is currently a member of Florida Blue Key Leadership Honorary.
Caroline Harding | Gator DayEmail Caroline
Caroline is a third year Finance major with a minor in French from Orlando, Florida. Prior to serving as the Director of Gator Day, she was the 2013 Gator Growl and Homecoming Director of Personnel. She is currently a Warrington Finance Scholar and the Director of Member Engagement for the Business Undergraduate Mentor Program. Since arriving at the University of Florida, she has served as an Assistant Director for Gator Growl, an Assistant Director for the Miss UF Pageant, and as an intern at the Warrington College of Business. In addition, she is an active member of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi.
Smith Meyers | Legal Professions DayEmail Smith
Smith is in his second year at the University of Florida and is dual majoring in Political Science and Finance. Prior to his position as Director of Legal Professions Day, He was an Assistant Director for the event. In addition to this, he serves as an Assistant Director of Public Relations for the Interfraternity Council, an Assistant Director of Programming for Gators for Higher Education, an active member of Alpha Tau Omega where he serves as Public Relations Chair and Director of Sorority Relations, and as a Replacement Seat for the Student Body Senate where he sits on the Budget and Appropriations Committee and the Info and Communications Committee.
Nicole Vesely | Health Professions DayEmail Nicole
Nicole is a third year Applied Physiology and Kinesiology Major from Sarasota, Florida. In addition to serving as the Divisions Director of Health Professions Day she is also the Vice President of the Executive Board for the College of Health and Human Performance. She is also currently a director for the Politics and Ethics in Medicine Committee for the American Medical Student Association. Nicole frequently volunteers in the Biomechanics Lab and the Emergency Department of Shands. She also volunteers regularly with the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge and is an active member of her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma.
Travus White | Health Professions DayEmail Travus
Travus is a fourth year medical student from Jacksonville Beach, Florida, pursuing a career in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Having been at the University of Florida since 2006, he has held a wide variety of leadership positions—some of his most impactful include being a Preview Staffer in 2007, the Director of Pledge Education for Kappa Sigma in Fall 2009, and starting the UF College of Medicine’s Dance Marathon Team in 2013.
Leslie Morgan | Miss University of Florida PageantEmail Leslie
Leslie is a third year Biomedical Engineering major from Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to serving as the Executive Director of the Miss UF Pageant, she was an Assistant Director for the pageant from 2013-2014. Since coming to the University of Florida, Leslie has been involved elsewhere in Homecoming and Gator Growl, Junior Panhellenic, Dance Marathon, and Project MASCOT. She is actively involved within her college in the Biomedical Engineering Society and was recently honored as one of 30 accepted into the undergraduate Biomedical Engineering program. In addition to these activities, she is an active member of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi.
Nikki Bailys | PersonnelEmail Nikki
Nikki is a third year Applied Physiology and Kinesiology major from Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to serving as the Director of Personnel she was an Assistant Director in 2013. Additionally, Nikki serves as the Director of Solicitations for Gator Growl and Homecoming as well as Vice President of Operation for her sorority, Alpha Epsilon Phi. She also volunteers weekly in the Physical Therapy department for UF Health.
Keri Coble | Technology
Keri is a third year Criminology and Linguistics major with a minor in Classics from Daytona Beach, Florida. In addition to serving as Director of Technology for Divisions, she is Director of Technology for the Florida Blue Key Speech and Debate Tournament and a Panhellenic Counselor. Keri has also previously served as an Assistant Director of Technology for the Florida Blue Key Speech and Debate Tournament, Director of Internal Affairs for Gators Going Green, House Manager and Computer Chair for her sorority, and has participated in Dance Marathon as a Dancer for the past three years.