Engagement Consultants

Want get involved on campus? Want to find your place?

Engagement Consultants are students dedicated to connecting you to opportunities on campus. Whether you are looking for the perfect student organization, more friends, or ways to build up your resume, Engagement Consultants are here to help you find your place.

Schedule a meeting with an Engagement Consultant to learn about ways to get involved on campus.

Now hiring Engagement Consultants for 2017-2018! Learn More

Application Deadline: Monday, April 24 at 5pm

 


YOUR CONSULTANTS FOR 2016-17

Davis Brock is a Junior majoring in Biology with minors in Chemistry, Health Policy & Administration, and Classical Studies, and hopes to pursue biological research after graduation. He is heavily involved in Living Parables Christian Drama Troupe, Screamin’ Demons, Presby, and Wake Forest Quiz Bowl. When not working on class, co-curriculars, or as an Engagement Consultant, he enjoys walking in the crisp fall air and enjoying (probably excessive) volumes of coffee.

Rae-Ling Lee is a senior Psychology major from Winston Salem. She is heavily involved in music ensembles, Taekwondo Club, Lost in Translation Dance Crew, and Asian Student Interest Association on campus.

Milka Tewolde is a junior sociology major with a concentration in health and wellness and a minor in chemistry. Milka is of Eritrean descent and is president of Habesha Student Association, Vice President of Minority Association of Pre-Health Students, a C.H.A.R.G.E. mentor, Protégé mentor, AfriCaSa member, and BSA member.

Bradley Singleton is a senior from Sumter, South Carolina majoring in Communications (Media Studies) with a minor in Journalism. Bradley is an on air personality of a themed show named The DeaConnection hosted by Wake Radio. Bradley is also a part of The Black Student Alliance, Club/Scout men’s basketball team, and Student Union. Currently, Bradley interns at WLTX News 19 a CBS affiliate in Columbia, South Carolina. You might have seen Bradley hosting many events around campus including the NPHC yard fest, charity date auctions, homecoming festivities, and many other events on campus. After graduation Bradley wants to be an on air personality or correspondent for networks such as E news, Revolt TV, ESPN, MTV, BET, or VH1.

Diann Low is a senior this year at Wake Forest University with a Studio Art major and Chinese minor. She is currently the president of WFU Asian Student Interest Association (A.S.I.A.) in her second term and has been a member of the organization since her freshmen year. Diann is also a part of Lost in Translation (L.I.T.) Dance crew, WFU Concert Choir and heavily involved with other multicultural organizations on campus through collaboration and support. Besides making art, planning events and working as an Engagement Consultant, she also enjoys volunteering at the American Red Cross NWNC chapter, cooking in the kitchen of Magnolia and going on spontaneous adventures with her roommate.