ESG Executive Board

Position Name Email
Executive Board esg.executive@umich.edu
President Neal Parikh esg.president@umich.edu
Vice President Rebekah Andrews esg.vpres@umich.edu
Secretary Dong Yi Chen esg.secretary@umich.edu
Treasurer Danielle Marzetti esg.treasurer@umich.edu

Biographies

Neal Parikh is a junior from Long Island, New York pursuing his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science Engineering. Prior to taking office as President, Neal served as an Undergraduate Senator for ESG, Engineering Student Represenative for Central Student Government and the Director of Leadership for the defunct University of Michigan Engineering Council. Neal is also a member of the first professional technology fraternity, Kappa Theta Pi. In his free time, Neal enjoys watching TV shows like Suits, House of Cards, or Game of Thrones, listening to music, and exploring fun and new places. Feel free to visit him during his office hours, or send him an e-mail to see how ESG can help you!

Rebekah Andrews is from Chesaning, Michigan, and is a senior in Industrial & Operations Engineering with an Environment minor. Rebekah is also involved in the aerospace community serving as Vice President for the Michigan Aeronautical Science Association, Board Administrator for Students for the Exploration and Development of Space and as a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. In her free time Rebekah enjoys being outside, eating good food, hanging out with friends and finding the best ice cream in Ann Arbor. Rebekah is passionate about improving the CoE community and would love to hear any problems or suggestions from you!

I am a sophomore majoring in aerospace engineering. Besides being the secretary of the Engineering Student Government, I am also involved in the Michigan eXploration Lab, Small Water Satellite Team (SWaT), and the University of Michigan Student Chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. I have a very diverse cultural background after traveling to several countries and had lived in China and New York City for 10 years, respectively.

Danielle Marzetti is a sophomore from Warwick, Pennsylvania pursuing a bachelors degree in Industrial and Operations Engineering. Danielle is also involved in the engineering social sorority Phi Sigma Rho where she previously held a leadership position. In her free time she enjoys cooking, spending time with friends, and watching tv.