As the President, Cole 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.
Samantha Golden is a fourth year Health Education and Behaviors student on the Pre-Physician's Assistant track. As the Member Vice President, Samantha oversees the activities of all the members of AED. She helps to coordinate and execute meetings, oversees several divisions, facilitates all member resources, and deals with all member related tasks and issues. In her free time, she enjoys playing volleyball, walking dogs at the local humane society, and trying new local coffee places around Gainesville. Samantha's favorite part of joining AED is the wonderful friends she has made. After graduation, she hopes to work as a Physician's Assistant at a natural birthing clinic.
Salina Uddin is a fourth-year biology major with a religion minor and a medical anthropology certificate on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Electee Vice President, Salina 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.
As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Treasurer, Kyle 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.
Sabrina Uddin is a fourth-year biology major with a religion minor and a medical anthropology certificate on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Webmaster, Sabrina maintains the function and security of UFAED.org and all of AED’s digital assets. She also trains the Executive and Director Boards, as well as members and electees, in site usage and other technology related functions.
Alexis Ernst is a third year student majoring in biology with minors in health disparities and business administration on the pre-medicine track. As Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Secretary, Alexis is in charge of turning new members into national members, creating the weekly Pulse Report full of upcoming events, and providing all of the food for the bimonthly meetings. Outside of AED, Alexis is a director of the Florida Blue Key High School Speech and Debate Tournament, and she conducts research about dystonia, ALS, and other neurological disorders through UF's College of Medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys running and spending time with my friends and family. Because of her love for children and helping others, she hopes to attend medical school and become a pediatric oncologist in the future.
As Historian, Morgan is responsible for photographing service and social events as well as ordering the AED apparel and gear for members. She is also responsible for coordinating the trip to the biennial national convention.