Brian Harlow is a junior Electrical & Computer Engineering major with a Physics minor and an honors concentration. In the past with Rowan IEEE Brian has served as an SGA Representative as well as Activities Chair on the eboard. Outside of engineering, Brian’s biggest hobbies are building PCs, ice hockey, and golf. Computers are a big passion of his and he hopes to find an internship that will help lead him into a career of computer hardware design or embedded systems engineering. He is beyond excited to be at the helm of such an established and respectable club as IEEE and looks forward to a future of building it to be even greater!
Will is a Junior ECE with a minor in CS and an Honors Concentration. He has done much for Rowan IEEE, serving as the tournament chair in 2016-2017 and the secretary in 2017-2018. This year he hopes to keep his reputation as the coolest eboard member as he takes on the responsibility of vice-chair. Outside of IEEE, Will is well known as a smash player that's slightly above average. In addition, Will spends what free time he has playing intramural soccer, playing co-op/party games with friends or dealing with his addiction to caffeine.
Cameron Bendzynski is a junior Electrical & Computer Engineering major with a minor in Physics. He is also an active member of the tournament committee, and a proud Eagle Scout. When Cameron isn't busy PC gaming, he's procrastinating his assignments with tabletop games. He will be working with PSEG Nuclear this summer, and is looking to pursue a career in power and energy. Cameron is very excited for what IEEE has in store for this upcoming year.
Allison Gracie is a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major with a minor in Electrical/Computer engineering. As treasurer of IEEE, she works with the e-board and general members to make sure that the club uses its budget to its fullest potential (also - she is responsible for financing all the free pizza!). Outside of IEEE, Ally is involved with SWE, Admissions Ambassadors, Honors, and AIAA. Besides classes, homework, and clubs, she loves to draw, paint, and hang out with friends. She is excited to be a part of IEEE and help continue its reputation as one of the best clubs on campus!
Olga Koturlash is a Mechanical Engineering Major at Rowan University. She has a passion for CAD and wants to specialize in Design Engineering. Olga currently works with Rowan IEEE as head of logistics for ProfHacks 2019 while co-leading SIGHT, the Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology. As Activities Chair, Olga is looking forward to organizing many of the events that help Rowan IEEE members grow together and form long-lasting friendships. She's excited to get more people involved in IEEE events and hopes to help the club grow.
John is a senior electrical and computer engineering major currently serving as Webmaster of Rowan IEEE. On his free time he likes tutoring, working on the RAS hexacopter, and doing full stack web development. John plans to pursue a career in software engineering.
Brian Costantino is a freshman Electrical and Computer Engineer at Rowan University with an intended minor in Mathematics. Brian loves graphic design and marketing, and he is passionate about pursuing a career in Aerospace Engineering. Brian spends his time playing the piano, singing, working out, and going snowboarding, as well as being heavily involved with Profhacks 2019. He is thrilled to be IEEE’s Public Relations Chair and is looking forward to the upcoming years with the club.
Fowad Sohail is a sophomore Electrical and Computer Engineering major with a minor in Computer Science. Fowad is also a Lead Organizer of ProfHacks 2019, and served as an SGA representative last year. In his free time, Fowad's hobbies include: watching sports, learning about technology and working out. He is a huge soccer fan and loves Arsenal FC. His biggest assets are his tenacity, leadership and his sense of humor. Fowad is very goal oriented person and aspires to make a name for himself, Rowan University and IEEE on a wider stage. He hopes to secure an internship in software or hardware design in the coming years and hopes that IEEE can help him reach his goals.
Nick Kabala is currently a sophomore majoring in Electrical & Computer Engineering here at Rowan. If you manage to catch him when he isn't indulging himself in his studies, you'll most likely find him golfing, playing video games, or brainstorming new games that can be played in a tournament-style setting. With his previous experience as a tournament operator (TO) in his hometown, Nick plans to use his laid back personality and have-fun mentality to contribute towards making IEEE's Gaming Tournaments some of the best the organization has ever held. Nick's paramount goals during his term are to dethrone Vice Chair Will Cronin as IEEE's "Smash God", and of course to bring all members together in an environment where they can have fun and be themselves.
Kyle Fisher is a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major with an intended minor in Astronomy. One day, he plans to combine his two interests and specialize in Astronautical Engineering. This is his first year as fundraising co-chair in IEEE, and doesn't plan on it being his last. Working with Isiah, he is excited to help the Rowan IEEE to continue providing endless fun. Contact: [email protected]
Kevin O’Hare is a Junior Electrical and Computer Engineering Major who has been an active member of IEEE since his freshman year. In the past Kevin has served on the planning committees for SAC 2017 and ProfHacks 2018. Kevin currently serves as a co-lead organizer for ProfHacks 2019. For his first eboard position, Kevin is excited to serve as one of the SGA Representatives for IEEE. In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing video games and hanging out with his friends. He is a huge fan of Philadelphia sports teams. Kevin has interests in renewable energy, electric cars, and systems engineering. He hopes his involvement with IEEE will allow him to form new connections in his field.
Karlie is a junior Electrical & Computer Engineering major with a minor in German Studies who's been involved in IEEE since her freshman year. After being part of the web committee, and then a year as the club's treasurer, Karlie is excited to continue her commitment to IEEE as an SGA Representative. She is also a member of IEEE's sister club Women in Engineering where she is currently the PR Chair. When she has time away from class and homework, she enjoys playing intramural soccer, going to trivia nights in the area, hanging out with friends, and, of course, napping to catch up on sleep whenever she gets the chance.