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Meet the Executives


Isabel Boyd | Biomedical Engineering | Knoxville, TN
I am so excited to be the second president of the Gamma Beta chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon. I am in the Chancellor’s Honors Program and also participate in the Society of Women Engineers and the Biomedical Engineering Society, as well as do some undergraduate research in STEM education. I love meeting new people and exploring new outdoor activities. One of my new favorite activities is climbing at the VolWall. I have so thoroughly enjoyed my time in A.O.E. and am excited for what the future holds!

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Vice President
Jessie Wilson | Industrial and Systems Engineering | Cookeville, TN
Hi! I do STEM education research with the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences; am an ambassador for the ISE Department; and am also the new Treasurer for the UT Chapter of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers.
I am minoring in applied music and have a huge passion for music. Overall, I really love the arts. If you ever need a buddy to see a ballet, musical, or opera, I'm your gal! The role of VP is all about connecting people. I love this role because it gives me opportunities to directly impact the lives of women inside and outside of Alpha Omega Epsilon. The Gamma Beta chapter has given me so much support, help, and encouragement. I love A.O.E. because it has given me a place to be my authentic self. We are all women in STEM and technical sciences that understand the everyday stresses of classes, work, research, and other organizations. The sisters of A.O.E. are all very involved on campus across multiple disciplines, interests, and causes and I love to see how we represent so many diverse groups and backgrounds. Everyone is so accomplished academically, but we are still a goofy group! We leave plenty of time to have fun together, be creative, and make memories. I can't wait to share this sisterhood as we grow!


Membership Educator
Allison Hunnicutt | Pre-Pharmacy and Environmental Science | Nashville, TN
I am also involved with the Student Alumni Association, club soccer team, and am an ambassador for the College of Arts and Science. I love playing soccer, hiking and am a HUGE tea enthusiast!!!! I'm so excited to meet the candidates in the fall and teach the about A.O.E!! I am so glad I found such an amazing group of encouraging, welcoming, friendly, and motivated women as I was transitioning into college! I can't wait to share this sisterhood with our new class of candidates!


Chloe Mehelic | Civil Engineering | St. Louis, Missouri
Hi! I am very excited to hold this position for Alpha Omega Epsilon! One of my passions has always been supporting women in STEM, and I am beyond grateful to have found such a passionate group of you women here at the University of Tennessee. At UT I spend a lot of time in the new engineering building and also enjoy meeting up with my friends for lunch in the Student Union. Aside from school, I also enjoy baking, sewing, and spending time outside. I'm very excited to see how the sorority grows, and to continue with my position in A.O.E.!


Sarah Miller | Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering | Brentwood, TN
I am a member of SWE and BMES and in the Chancellor’s Honors Program. Some of my hobbies are hiking, reading, and water skiing. I am so honored to be part of the A.O.E. Executive board for this year! As the Treasurer, it is my job to help put together the chapter’s budget for each semester and manage the chapter’s finances. I have loved my time as part of A.O.E. so far, and it’s been amazing getting to know so many wonderful, intelligent, and uplifting women in STEM. I am so excited to see what the future has in store for our chapter as we continue to grow, and I can’t wait to meet all our new sisters in the fall!

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