Student Committees

Convenes: Committee meeting times will be updated in the fall.

Bridge the generation gap and network with IUSF alumni. The Alumni Affairs Committee helps maintain contact with more than 20,000 IUSF alumni. Members manage historical archives and document IUSF events through photos and other media. The committee plans and implements the following events and activities:

  • Homecoming activities
  • Little 500 Alumni Barbecue
  • IUSF historical archives
  • Alumni outreach and engagement events

Convenes:Committee meeting times will be updated in the fall.

Be an integral part of IU's Little 500 tradition. The Fall Cycling Committee helps create, produce, and manage over a dozen cycling events over the course of the semester. In addition, members help administer daily track practice requirements and rules. The committee plans and implements the following cycling events:

  • Tuesday Night Race Series
  • Fall Cycling Series — Individual Time Trials, Street Sprints, and Cyclocross

Convenes:Committee meeting times will be updated in the fall.

For freshmen go-getters with a desire to lead. Come meet, work, and have fun with other freshmen. The Freshmen Council is responsible for planning events for other first-year students and helping establish the IUSF FUNdamentals program.

Convenes: Spring semester committee 

Be an integral part of IU's Little 500 traditionThe Little 500 Cycling Committee, which meets in the spring semester, helps create, produce, and manage over a dozen cycling events over the course of the semester. In addition, members help administer daily track practice requirements and rules. The committee plans and implements the following Little 500 cycling events:

  • Little 500 Qualifications
  • Spring Cycling Series — Individual Time Trials, Miss N Out, and Team Pursuit
  • Little 500 track practice

Convenes: Committee meeting times will be updated in the fall.

Build a future in marketing—starting todayThe Marketing Committee promotes the IUSF mission through use of effective advertising, sponsor relations, and merchandise and ticket sales. The committee works with various local and national businesses to secure radio, television, Internet, and print media; retains existing and develops new sponsorships; designs and markets IUSF merchandise; and implements a successful Little 500 ticket campaign. The Marketing Committee also manages all IUSF social media platforms.

Convenes: Committee meeting times will be updated in the fall.

Help spread the good word about the IU Student Foundation and its members. The Membership Committee is responsible for recruiting new members as well as finding ways to celebrate and honor existing members. This committee organizes and executes recruitment and recognition events, and helps keep track of attendance and volunteer opportunities to encourage the highest level of engagement from each member.

Convenes: Committee meeting times will be updated in the fall.

Nurture the budding philanthropist within. The Philanthropy Committee is the driving force behind the IUSF’s campaign to educate members and students about the value of supporting Indiana University. Members help administer the IUSF Metz Grant program, which provides financial support for IU student organizations. The committee plans and implements programs and events such as:

Convenes: Spring semester committee

Help plan “The World's Greatest College Weekend.” Play a pivotal role in planning the Little 500 race day agenda by developing the look and feel of Bill Armstrong Stadium for race day. The Pre-Race Committee, which meets in the spring semester, is also responsible for recruiting and managing all Little 500 VIPs. 

Elaine Clarke

President

Email:
clarkeek@iu.edu

Hometown: Westfield, IN
Major: Secondary English and Theatre Education

Peter Henkel

Vice President

Email:
phenkel@iu.edu

Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
Major: Finance

Manny Alvarez

Email:
maalva@iu.edu

Hometown: Elkhart, IN
Major: Environmental Public Health

Eva Brungard

Email:
evabrung@iu.edu

Hometown: Carmel, IN
Major: Policy Analysis

Sohini Chowdhury

Email:
sohichow@iu.edu

Hometown: Fremont, CA
Major: Marketing, Digital and Social Media Business Applications

Braden Conroy

Email:
bmconroy@iu.edu

Hometown: Naperville, IL
Major: Accounting and Finance

John Cook

Email:
johscook@iu.edu

Hometown: Noblesville, IN
Major: Finance

Christian Delumpa

Email:
crdelump@iu.edu

Hometown: Carmel, IN
Major: Marketing and Operations Management

Alex Gall

Email:
alexgall@iu.edu

Hometown: Zionsville, IN
Major: Spanish Education

Zak Greenbaum

Email:
zakgreen@iu.edu

Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Major: Marketing and Professional Sales

Eric Herbst

Email:
erherbst@iu.edu

Hometown: Zionsville, IN
Major: Finance and Business Analytics

Natalie Jackson

Email:
naj7@iu.edu

Hometown: Keller, TX
Major: Marketing and Professional Sales

Marissa Kepler

Email:
mkepler@iu.edu

Hometown: Carmel, IN
Major: Healthcare Management and Policy 

Zack Levy

Email:
zrlevy@iu.edu

Hometown: Gurnee, IL
Major: Healthcare Management and Policy 

Sophie Marx

Email:
spmarx@iu.edu

Hometown: Charlotte, NC
Major: Journalism and Public Relations

Ashley Matheis

Email:
ashmathe@iu.edu

Hometown: Noblesville, IN
Major: Human Biology

Cole McElhinney

Email:
colmcelh@iu.edu

Hometown: Medway, MA
Major: Accounting and Finance

Sarah Paluszny

Email:
spaluszn@iu.edu

Hometown: Westfield, IN
Major: Audio Engineering and Informatics

Jocelyn Vanek

Email:
jocvanek@iu.edu

Hometown: Crown Point, IN
Major: Criminal Justice and Psychology

Paige Weliver

Email:
pweliver@iu.edu

Hometown: Carver, MN
Major: Elementary Education

Colin Wood

Email:
woodcoj@iu.edu

Hometown: Columbia City, IN
Major: Accounting and Finance