Honors Leadership Board
The Honors Leadership Board (HLB) plays an important role within the University Honors Program. These dedicated students make vital decisions about the program and play a major role in scheduling honors program events. They make long-lasting friendships with people who share their interest in the honors program -- and in making the most out of their Quinnipiac education.
Meet the current members:
Michaela Belanger '15 is a physical therapy major and a psychology minor from Colchester, Conn. She is enrolled in Quinnipiac's 3+3 PT program and will receive her graduate degree at Quinnipiac. After graduating, she hopes to work at a PT out-patient clinic, potentially with those who are mentally and physical disabled. Michaela is involved in the Quinnipiac Orientation Program, Branches Catholic Campus Ministry and VITA. She loves reading, writing, singing, dancing and being a part of the Quinnipiac Honors Program.
Nicholas J. Charboneau '15, of North Attleboro, M.A., is enrolled in Quinnipiac's six-year BS/MHS program to become a physician assistant. After college, he hopes to work at a hospital in Boston, M.A. Nicholas is the undergraduate physician assistant program class representative and loves to volunteer and play the piano.
Katie Coyle '15, of West Haven, Conn., is enrolled in Quinnipiac's six-year BS/MHS program to become a physician assistant. After Quinnipiac, Katie hopes to work as a physician assistant in pediatrics.
Tyler Gendron '15, of Alstead, N.H., is enrolled in Quinnipiac's seven-year athletic training and physical therapy program. He enjoys playing many different sports including intramural volleyball on campus. After graduation, he plans on practicing physical therapy.
Allison Iannicelli '16 of Stony Point, N.Y. is enrolled in Quinnipiac's six-year BS/MHS program to become a physician assistant. She loves music and plays the clarinet in the QU pep band. Allison also actively participates in the undergraduate PA club and community service projects held on campus. After graduation, she hopes to work as a physician assistant in psychiatry.
Rachel R. Landry '15 is a psychology major and criminal justice minor with a concentration in human services. She is from Woodstock, Conn. After college, she plans to spend time in Africa with the Peace Corps, and work towards becoming a prison psychologist. Rachel is involved in many campus organizations including G.L.A.S.S., the Psychology Club, intramural soccer and also loves to hike the Giant.
Pat McAssey '16 is a public relations major from Cranston, R.I. He enjoys playing soccer.
Alexa L. McWhinnie '16 of Merrimack, N.H., is a biology major with a Spanish minor. She is secretary of the Honors Leadership Board, a Resident Assistant to incoming freshman living in Mountainview, a student host for the Undergraduate Admissions Office Day Visit program, and a member of Spirit Group. Lexi also loves working for Quinnipiac University's Sports Information as a statistics assistant and playing intramural sports such as volleyball and ice hockey. After Quinnipiac, Lexi hopes to pursue a career in obstetrics.
Lauren N. Miterko '15, of Barnegat, N.J., is a biology major with plans to minor in chemistry. She participates in campus volunteer work and intramural sports. After college, Lauren plans to go to medical school or graduate school to become an epidemiologist.