President – Andrew Rennick
Andrew Rennick is a fourth-year Health Science student on the pre-medicine track. As the President, Andrew oversees the operations of Alpha Epsilon Delta, manages the director board, and finds speakers for the general body meetings. He also collaborates with other organizations to further the success of Alpha Epsilon Delta. Andrew is an active volunteer with New Horizons Service Dogs, having trained three golden retrievers for mobility assistance. He enjoys playing all sports, but is most excited about soccer and volleyball this upcoming year. After graduation, Andrew plans on attending medical school with hopes of becoming a Pediatric Plastic Surgeon, specializing in cleft palate repair.
Member Vice President – Riley Larkin
Riley Larkin is a fourth-year student majoring in Microbiology and Cell Science, on the Pre-Med track. As the Member Vice President, Riley oversees the activities of all the members of AED. He helps to coordinate and execute meetings, oversees several divisions, facilitates all member resources, and deals with all member related tasks and issues. Riley is currently working as a research technician in the Department of Physiological Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine. He enjoys spending time with his service dog in-training – Rain. He is currently applying to medical school and hopes to pursue a career in Otolaryngology.
Electee Vice President – Sean Bégin
Sean Bégin is a fourth-year student majoring in Biology with a minor in Entomology on the Pre-Med track. Following completion of his undergraduate degree, he hopes to work as an Emergency Medical Technician while preparing for medical school. Sean enjoys attending as many Gator sporting events as possible and playing video games with friends. He hopes to attend medical school and pursue a career in pediatric cardiology. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Electee Vice President, Sean oversees the activity of the newest members of AED. He 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.
Treasurer – Chase Thompson
Chase Thompson is a 4th year Biology major on the Pre-Med track and am in the process of applying to medical school with aspirations of pursuing anesthesiology. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Treasurer, Chase oversees Fiscals and Philanthropy divisions and manages all financial accounts and transactions for the organization. In addition, he collects member dues, manages the Venmo and Paypal accounts, orders cords and sashes for graduating members, and plans the end of semester banquets. In his spare time, His favorite part of AED has been serving as one of the Student Arts in Medicine directors and being involved with so many incredible organizations. Chase loves meeting new people and would be happy to answer any questions potential members might have so please feel free to contact him.
Secretary – Delaney Waggoner
Delaney Waggoner is a fourth-year student majoring in Microbiology and is on the Pre-Medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Secretary, Delaney is in charge of turning new members into national members and creating the weekly Pulse Report full of upcoming events. She also assists in running the Director for the Day program and provides all of the food for the bimonthly meetings. In her spare time, Delaney is a Lead Teaching Assistant for the UF Emergency Responder Course, shadows at UF Health, and enjoys spending quality time with her AED family. After graduation, Delaney plans on doing research in her gap year and applying to Medical School this summer with hopes of eventually specializing in surgery.
Historian – Jessica Reade
Jessica Reade is a third-year student in the Bachelor of Health Science Program on the Pre-Medicine track. As Historian, Jessica is responsible for photographing service and social events, as well as ordering the AED apparel and gear for members. She is also excited to coordinate the trip to the biennial national convention. Jessica currently volunteers as a patient caregiver at Haven Hospice and a research assistant for UF’s PRICE lab. Following her undergraduate career, she plans on attending medical school with hopes of becoming a geriatrician. She especially loves the elderly and would love to see this underserved patient population have a better experience in health care!