Elizabeth Osman – Project Health Officer
Hi! I’m Elizabeth Osman, and I’m a fourth year International Affairs major here at Georgia Tech. I am focusing my studies on energy policy and Central and Eastern Europe, and I also have a minor in German. I joined Epic as a regular team member when I was a sophomore and really loved getting to learn new technical skills that I wouldn’t have been taught in my major’s curriculum. It was amazing to be able to learn new skills while also helping the Atlanta community. This is my second year on Epic Intentions’s Executive Board, but I’m also heavily involved in my sorority, previously holding an Executive Committee position, and am an ambassador for the Ivan Allen College and the GT1000 program. I have had the opportunity to take my education overseas twice as a member of the International Plan.
Neel Narvekar – Internal Affairs Officer
Hey! I’m Neel Narvekar a second year Computer Engineering student here at Tech. I’m also working on a Computer Science minor. I joined in the Spring of last year, looking for an opportunity to partner up with a real company on a problem. The most rewarding thing about working with Epic, to me, is that you learn about the important steps required when creating a project that isn’t just for yourself. The differences are easy to miss until you dive into one of these projects. Besides Epic Intentions, I’m also involved with IEEE as the Computer Science chair.
Rachel Raisin – External Affairs Officer
Hi! I’m Rachel, a 3rd year Business/Marketing student with a passion for merging technology with startup and nonprofit development. I joined EPIC Intentions to be able to have a direct impact in the Atlanta Community outside of class. Along with EPIC, I am the President of TEDxGeorgiaTech and works at a local nonprofit as a Development Intern.
Aditi Choudhury – External Affairs Officer
Hey, I’m Aditi Choudhury, and I am second year studying biochemisry. I joined Epic Intentions my semester at Tech, and I have loved every minute! Helping the Atlanta community, learning new skills, and working with such talented people has been a wonderful experience, and I’m so excited to be a part of the exec team.”
Aaron Brown – Strategy Officer
I’m a Second Year Industrial Engineering major minoring in Linguistics and Language Processing. I joined Epic Intentions in the Spring of 2018 because I believe that through using skills and knowledge gained at GT to help others, ’Progress through Service’ is the perfect embodiment of the GT Pillars of Progress and Service. Outside of Epic Intentions, I am in the GT Honors Program and am the Founder and CEO of TinToyArcade.com, where I sell retro reproduction, tin wind-up toys originally made in the early 1900s. Through photography, storytelling, and web design, I do my best to keep these age-old toys alive and loved.
Elianna Paljug – President
Hello! My name is Elianna Paljug, and I’m a fourth year Biomedical Engineering student with minors in Global Development and French. I’ve loved being in Epic Intentions since my first semester at Georgia Tech because I’ve witnessed it’s genuine impact, from the immense gratitude of our NGO partners, to the growth of the technical and consulting skills, and the passion for service in our members! In addition to being the President of Epic Intentions, I serve as the President of the Georgia Tech Chamber Choir, and the VP of Mentorship of Engineers Without Borders GT.