Alyssa Daly – President
Class of 2020
Psychology and Political Science
Hey fellow ‘cats! I’m Alyssa Daly and I’ll be serving you as your Hall President this year, and I couldn’t be more excited about it! Originally, I’m from Chicago, IL (yes, the actual city–some of us do exist!) which is also the best city on Earth; I’m definitely in love with all things Chicago and know all the ins and outs of the place! Here at ND I’m a double major in Psychology and Political Science with a very keen interest in bettering disparities in education across the US. On campus I work two jobs, one as a volleyball student manager and another as a student assistant in the Office of Residential Life. In Ryan I try to do anything and everything! In the past I’ve had the pleasure of working both on the Welcome Weekend and Spiritual Life teams, which both allowed me to better know my fellow Wildcats. Outside of school, I enjoy all things reading, sports (especially football), food, Netflix, and coffee! Feel free to reach out to me anytime, and I can’t wait to meet all of you!
Caitlyn Clinton – Vice President (Fall)
Class of 2020
O’Fallon, IL (super close to St. Louis)
Hey Cats! My name is Caitlyn and I am so excited to take on next year as your vice president in the fall (I will be abroad in London in the spring)! I say I am from just outside of St. Louis (the Illinois side of the river), but I’m from an Air Force Family so I have lived all over the country and the world. Coming to college was super exciting because it is going to be the longest I have ever lived in the same place! Some of my favorite things include: history, hammocks, sunshine, Netflix, lemonade, Oreos with peanut butter, naps, beaches, running, travelling, and cupcakes. My door is always open, so feel free to stop by my room any time to chat, to watch TV, to eat snacks, or to complain about the cold weather. I can’t wait to get to know all of you in the upcoming year! Ryan Go Bragh! (Fun fact: that means Ryan Forever.)
Caroline Nassab – Vice President (Spring)
Class of 2020
Biological Sciences, minor in Theology
Hey ‘Cats! My name is Caroline Nassab and I am a Junior from the always sunny Columbia, South Carolina. I am a Biological Sciences major and Theology minor and am so excited for the opportunity to study abroad at Trinity College in Dublin this fall. I am sad that I won’t be with all you ‘Cats in the fall, but beyond excited to be serving as your Vice President in the spring. On campus, I am an admissions tour guide and am involved in Biology Peer mentoring, the Infant Studies Lab, and a club called CASH where we work at an afterschool program with students on their work and gaining confidence with their English. I am also involved in Ryan’s service committee (go Wheelchair Basketball!) and love playing interhall and rec sports. Beyond school, I love to cook, spend time with family and friends, travel, read, and spend time outdoors. I am also quite the tea enthusiast and love watching the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. I can’t wait to meet you all soon!
Michelle Moufawad – Secretary
Class of 2021
Biological Sciences, minor in International Development Studies
Hi Wildcats! My name is Michelle Moufawad and I’m the secretary! I’m a sophomore from Cleveland, Ohio and am currently majoring in Biological Sciences with a minor in International Development Studies. I love tennis, Broadway, autumn and spontaneity! My favorite part of freshman year has been taking advantage of the smaller things in life. They’ve led to precious moments that I will always cherish. If you ever want to chat, stop by room 121 or the mailroom (I’ll be the one jamming out to either Mamma Mia! Or Les Miserables). I’m so excited to meet you all! Ryan, Go Bragh!
Carson Myers – Treasurer
Class of 2021
San Jose, CA
Business Analytics, minor in CST
Hey ‘Cats! My name is Carson, and I’m a sophomore studying Business Analytics and Catholic Social Tradition. Originally hailing from San Jose, California, I always appreciate a sunny day, road trips through the mountains, and a great breakfast burrito. In addition to serving as Ryan Hall’s Treasurer, I also work at the Snite Museum of Art and swim for the Notre Dame club team. I love the wonderful women of Ryan, and I cannot wait to serve as Treasurer this year!