Carey Roberts is a fourth year student majoring in Nutritional Sciences and he is on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s President, Carey oversees all of the operations of Alpha Epsilon Delta, manages the director board, and finds speakers for the general body meetings. He also works with SAI to plan all events on campus and responds to the needs of the general body. In his spare time, Carey is a Site Officer at the Mobile Outreach Clinic and enjoys playing ultimate frisbee and volleyball. After graduation, Carey plans on attending medical school on a Navy scholarship to serve as a family medicine physician in the military.
Jeremy Minaya is a fourth year majoring in Psychology, minoring in nutritional sciences, and he is on the pre-physician assistant track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Member Vice President, Jeremy oversees the activities of all the members of AED. He plans and executes the Members meeting, oversees the health extern division, facilitates all member resources, and deals with all member related tasks and issues. In his spare time. Jeremy is a Care Coordinator at the Mobile Outreach Clinic, works as a Patient Care Assistant, volunteers at Diabetes Camps, and enjoys playing with his dog and volleyball. After graduation, Jeremy plans to take a gap year, attend a physician assistant graduate program, and eventually join the healthcare field as a PA.
Ryanne Lehenaff is a fourth year student majoring in biology and she is on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Electee Vice President, Ryanne oversees the activity of the newest members of AED. She plans and executes recruitment week in the fall and spring semesters, plays a major role in new member selection and is in charge of the education and successful transition of electees into AED. In her spare time, Ryanne volunteers with the Mobile Outreach Clinic, likes to read, listen to Ed Sheeran, craft and spend time with her “humans”. After graduation, Ryanne plans to take a gap year, attend medical school the following year and eventually become a pediatrician.
Alex Macia is a fourth year student majoring in Mathematics and Microbiology and he is on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Treasurer, Alex manages all financial accounts and transactions for the organization. In addition to collecting member dues, he manages the Venmo and Paypal accounts, oversees the fiscals and philanthropy divisions, orders cords and sashes for graduating members, and plans the end of semester banquet. In his spare time, Alex does research at a Neuropsychology lab, serves as a student leader for the Fellowship of Catholic University Students at St. Augustine Catholic church, and most importantly watches Survivor every Wednesday at 8 PM. After graduation, Alex plans to take a gap year, attend medical school the following year and become an orthopedic surgeon.
Jordan Turetsky is a fourth year student majoring in biology with minors in bioinformatics and philosophy and he is on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Webmaster, Jordan maintains the function and security of www.ufaed.org and all of AED’s digital assets. He also trains the Executive and Director Boards, as well as the members and electees in site usage. In his spare time, Jordan is an RCA at Hume Hall and enjoys playing ultimate frisbee. After graduation, Jordan plans on attending medical school and applying his technological abilities to improving medical information systems.
Megan Laughrey is a fourth year student majoring in Biology and she is on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Secretary, Megan is in charge of turning new members into national members and making a weekly pulse report full of upcoming events. She also provides all of the food for the bimonthly meetings. In her spare time, Megan is a volunteer at the Mobile Outreach Clinic and is very involved in her individual research project on autophagy. After graduation, Megan plans on attending medical school and hopefully becoming a dermatologist.
Melissa Ray is a fourth year student in the Bachelor of Health Science Program and she is on the pre-physician assistant track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Historian, Melissa is responsible for photographing service and social events as well as ordering the AED apparel and gear for members. She is also responsible for planning and coordinating the trip to the biennial national convention. In her spare time, Melissa volunteers at UF Health and the Florida Diabetes camp, and enjoys playing volleyball, cooking, catching up on her favorite TV shows, and skyping with her family. After graduation, Melissa plans on attending a physician assistant graduate program and eventually joining the healthcare field as a PA.