Student Advisory Board (2016-2017)

About the SAB

The mission for the Student Advisory Board is to contribute diverse ideas and perspectives on matters that impact the undergraduate academic experience. The board fulfills this mission by: providing suggestions and input on current or future programs, services, policies, and other academic initiatives; advising on a range of academic issues that are important to undergraduate students; facilitating dialog and communication between undergraduates and the Vice Provost’s office Advocating for resources; and supporting the advancement of student ideas and interest.

Current SAB Members are below.


  • Lindsey Eidson

    The current Student Liaison for the Student Advisory Board is Lindsey Eidson. Lindsey is a 5th year Computer Science major with a minor in Aerospace Engineering who, as a student liaison, is responsible for the coordination of meetings and facilitation of student efforts and ideas. Lindsey also serves as the Vice President of Academic Affairs for the Undergraduate Student Government Association and is a member of the Georgia Tech Student Ambassadors as well as a sister of Zeta Tau Alpha.



  • Jen Abrams

    Jen Abrams is a 5th year Public Policy major from Lawrenceville, GA. She is previously served as Student Body President for SGA. Jen is pursuing a minor in Global Development and hopes to pursue a career in either global health policy or education policy upon graduation.



  • Brenda Lin

    Brenda is a 5th year Computational Media major and has previously served as the Editor-in-Chief of Georgia Tech's Student newspaper, the Technique. She is also a member of the Student Center Expansion Committee and was previously a board member of GT Taiwanese American Student Association and a member of Student Center Programs Council Arts & Culture Committee. Brenda studied abroad in Fall 2013 in Metz, France as part of the Georgia Tech-Lorraine program.



  • Brian Shin

    Brian Shin is a 4th year Business Administration major concentrating in Finance. He wants to be involved on campus in any way that he can in order to meet people of different backgrounds, to learn from them, and to actively make the student experience not only better for himself but also for others.



  • Bradley Jenkins

    Bradley is a fourth-year Aerospace Engineering major and Engineering and Business minor through the Denning Technology and Management (T&M) Program. On campus, Bradley is Vice-President of the Nu Beta Chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. He is a teaching assistant with the Mathematics Department for multivariable calculus. He also is involved with the Stamps President’s Scholars Program in planning a variety of events.



  • Sirwoo Kim

    Sirwoo is a 2nd year Biomedical Engineering major, originally from Daejeon, South Korea. She is an undergraduate researcher at the Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics Lab, and is also an active mentor for the Honors Program at Georgia Tech, helping freshman by hosting resume sessions, and coordinating the annual Honors Program Retreat. She also loves to teach and has a passion for education - she is currently a TA for Physics II.



  • Nagela Nukuna

    Nagela Nukuna is a fourth year Industrial Engineering student from Newark, Delaware. She is currently serving as Student Body President for SGA. Nagela is concentrating in Supply Chain, and is hoping to pursue a career in engineering and public policy work for emerging markets upon graduation in Fall 2017.



  • Sarah Tropper

    Sarah is a 4th year architecture major from Atlanta, Georgia. She worked for the Center for Academic Enrichment as a graphic designer, is a member of the American Institute of Architecture Students, and is a member of the Alpha Phi Fraternity. After Georgia Tech, she plans to continue her studies in graduate school.



  • Shane Mudrinich

    Shane Mudrinich is a 4th-year Biochemistry (Pre-Health Sciences) student from Peachtree City, GA. Shane currently serves as the Executive Vice President in the Student Government Association and holds positions and involvements in numerous organizations across campus including Ambassadors, ODK, Phi Gamma Delta, and more. He aspires to attend medical school to study obstetrics or psychiatry.



  • Christi Koutrelakos

    Christi is a 4th year Biochemistry major on the research option tract. She has been working on an undergraduate thesis for 3 years, is an Undergraduate Research Ambassador, and enjoys working as the director assistant at the Center of Academic Enrichment.



  • Eugene Boakye-Firempong

    Eugene is a fifth year Mechanical Engineering major from Ghana, West Africa. During his time here at Institute, he has served as President of the African Student Association and is currently the treasurer of the Nu Beta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated. He is dedicated to his work and community and hopes to build a STEM based school in the future.



  • Rohan Iyer

    Rohan is a 4th year Industrial Engineering from Suwanee, GA. He currently serves as the IFC President and is always seeking out opportunities to help better the campus so that everyone has the opportunity to succeed at such a great Institute.



  • Marguerite Bradley

    Marguerite is a 4th year Industrial Engineering major from Woodstock, GA. She is currently serving as the Collegiate Panhellenic Council President, Vice President of Student Life for the Student Government Association, and as a Georgia Tech Student Ambassador.