Position Officer About
President Kelly Ogiesoba
Kelly recently completed his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with the International Minor for Engineers in May, 2015. He will complete his Masters of Science in Industrial and Operations Engineering in May 2016. Before serving as President of The Epeians, he served as Secretary of The Epeians. He also served as the past Membership Chair of the Engineering Global Leadership Honor Society, Peer advisor for the College of Engineering Honors Program, Board Member of the College of Engineering Honors Student Advisory Board, and is the current Vice Chair & Student Representative for The Pierpont Commons Board of Representatives and Logistics/Internal Planning Co-Chair for Tauber 2015 Global Operations Conference. Despite his technical background, he is really a people person at heart and plans on going into Management Consulting where he hopes to hone his talents and abilities to be a thought leader in energy, technology, and public policy. He enjoys traveling and volunteering and has gotten involved in volunteer projects in across Europe, South America, and North America. In his free time, Kelly enjoys exercising & playing sports, enjoying a night with ‘the guys’, and listening to music.
Vice President Brianna Wolin
Brianna is a current senior studying Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Biomechanics. Her work with incoming freshmen as the coordinator of the College of Engineering Peer Mentor Program the last two years has inspired her to become the Vice President of the Epeians, so she could continue to serve as a mentor for other students. Outside of the Epeians, Brianna serves as the current president of the Jewish Engineering Association [JEngA]. She also serves as Director of Community Outreach on the board of I Will, a student organization working to break the silence surrounding sexual assault on college campuses. Brianna also volunteers in the Trauma Burn Intensive Care Unit at the University of Michigan Hospital. She aspires to attend medical school to continue pursuing her interest in bionic limbs, with the potential for completing an MBA as well, ideally back in her hometown—Chicago. In her free time, Brianna loves to ballroom dance, hit the gym, and blow glass. 
Treasurer Will Creighton
William is a Master’s student pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a focus in control systems. He earned his undergrad degree, also in Mechanical Engineering, from U of M last year. Before joining the Epeians, William had served as both President and Treasurer of Pi Tau Sigma, the Mechanical Engineering honor society, and still remains as an active member. William is originally from Oakland, California, and chose to come to Michigan due to the strength and reputation of its engineering program. He has immensely enjoyed his time at Michigan, but is hoping that once he graduates he will be able to move back to the west coast where he can be closer to home. He would also like to pursue a career in the aerospace industry, an interest that he developed while working on aircraft engines at Rolls-Royce this past summer. In his free time he enjoys hiking, playing frisbee, and trying out all the different types of coffee he can find. 
Secretary Michelle Kleinau
Michelle is a senior studying Mechanical Engineering with a minor in International Programs in Engineering. She is currently the president of Pi Tau Sigma and is also involved in Tau Beta Pi, the SWE/TBP Career Fair, Alternative Spring Break, and the Club Softball team. She plans to apply to the Peace Corps or a year of service program after graduating in May 2016. Outside of her campus involvement, she loves travelling, volunteering, playing, watching sports, and reading.
Service Chair Sara Rusignuolo
Sara is a senior studying Mechanical Engineering. She is currently the Chapter Development officer for Tau Beta Pi, and has also been involved in Phi Sigma Rho, Society of Women Engineers, and WISE RP. Sara is passionate about volunteering and especially doing STEM outreach. Sara’s favorite spot on campus is Mujos, and outside of campus involvement she enjoys traveling, swimming, and watching Scandal. This summer, Sara spent time volunteering in India, visiting family and friends in Italy, and interning in Milwaukee. 
Social Chair Andrew Earhart
Bio: Andrew is in is fifth year student with a double major in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering and Organ Performance. He is a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), the American Guild of Organists (AGO), and the Quarterdeck Society, currently serving as QD’s Program Chair. When Andrew is not found power walking between the NAME and Music buildings, he enjoys attending concerts, performing in various churches, and going on road trips to places unknown.
Social Chair Rob Emmitt
Bio: Rob is currently working on his Bachelors of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Before he joined the leadership of the Epeians Society, he served as the business manager of the Human Powered Submarine Team and currently acts as the Commodore of the Honorary Quarterdeck Society. He is a student chair of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. Rob enjoys the simpler things in life, sitting by the fire, hanging out with friends and dreaming about affording a boat of his own someday. Rob feels truly blessed to be a chair of the Epeians and is looking forward to the upcoming semester.
Awards/Alumni Chair Natalie Setterberg
Natalie is a senior studying Biomedical Engineering.  On campus she plays trombone in the Michigan Marching Band, serves as Historian in Tau Beta Sigma, is Alumni Officer for the Society of Women Engineers, and is one of the Directory and Registration Chairs for the 2015 SWE/TBP Career Fair.  Last summer she traveled to India with the Society of Women Engineers to run a week long summer camp for 100 students, grades 6-12.  This summer, Natalie worked as an Applications Analyst Intern for Sparrow Health System.  After graduation, she hopes to work in the medical device industry.  In her spare time, she enjoys crafting, experimenting with recipes, reading, traveling, and volunteering.