Howdy! My name is Abby Rooney, and I am a senior Chemical Engineering and Spanish double major from Katy, Texas. This year, I am honored to serve as your President. I love SWE and am so excited to have another amazing year in this organization. In the past, I have served as VP of Finance, Professional Development Co-Chair, and SWE Representative. I also did SWElites my freshman year and am now a Big. In my free time, I enjoy reading, watching Netflix, and trying new things. A while back I got scuba certified and am a few hours from completing my Private Pilot License, so hopefully there will be a few new adventures in my future! I can't wait to get to know you all this semester and see what we can accomplish together.
Howdy! My name is Alexia Perez, and I am a Senior Computer Engineering major from Houston, TX. I first became involved in SWE by joining SWElites during my Freshmen year. I went on to become the SWElites Professional Development committee counselor during my Sophomore year and the Membership Chair during my Junior year. Outside of school, I enjoy travelling, watching movies, and hanging out with my friends. I will be serving as Internal Vice President this year, and I cannot wait to see what is in store!
Howdy! My name is Anjali Segu and I am a Junior Computer Science major from Austin, TX. My journey with SWE started by joining SWElites during my Freshmen year. I went on to become the STEMfest officer during my Sophomore year. Outside of school, I enjoy travelling, painting, acting, dancing and am a huge foodie. I will be serving as External Vice President this year, and I cannot wait to see all that we accomplish.
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Vice President of External Affairs
Howdy! My name is Inchara Nelogal and I am a Junior majoring in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Round Rock, TX. My SWE journey started during my Freshman year where I served as a member of SWElites and as the first ever Freshmen Representative Officer for our chapter. The journey continued last year where I had the absolute honor of serving as the Vice President of Finance. This year, I am ESTATIC to be serving as the Vice President of Corporate Affairs and can't wait to see what this year has in store for us! In my free time, I enjoy blogging, crocheting, hanging out with friends, and trying new foods. I can't wait to get to know you all this coming year!
Howdy! My name is Emma Rader and I am a Junior Material Science and Engineering Major. I love being a part of SWE and I am very excited to be VP of Administration this year!
Howdy! My name is Emma Ong, and I'm a junior computer science student from Houston, TX. I am excited to serve as your VP Finance this year! I've been with SWE since freshman year beginning with the SWElites professional development committee and continuing last year as a SWElites Co-Chair. I've also participated in the National SWE LDP, FLAME, & the SWE TREC team. Outside of SWE, I have been involved with Girls Who Code, Kode With Klossy, and Built By Girls. In my free time, I enjoy watching K-pop, working out, listening to music, and spending time with my friends and family!
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Industrial and Systems Engineering
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Executive Office Hours
President, Abby Rooney: Wednesday: 10:00-11:00 am, Thursday: 8:00-9:00 am
VP Internal, Alexia Perez: Wednesday: 10:30-11:30 am, Thursday: 1:00-2:00 pm
VP External, Anjali Segu: Tuesday: 11:10 am -12:20 pm, Wednesday: 9:30-10:30 am
VP Admin, Emma Rader: Tuesday: 11:00 am-12:00 pm , Wednesday: 2:45-3:45 pm
VP Corporate, Inchara Nelogal: Tuesday: 2:00-3:00 pm, Thursday: 9:00-10:00 am
VP Finance, Emma Ong: Tuesday: 10:00-11:00 am, Thursday: 10:00-11:00 am
Meeting ID: 921 5591 0025
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Howdy! My name is Roshin Lal and I am a junior Computer Engineering major from Dallas, Texas. As a freshman, I had the opportunity to join SWE through SWElites in the Professional Development Committee, and last year, I served as a professional development co-chair. In my free time, I love to play piano and sing music, to experiment in cooking and to spend time with family and friends. I am honored to serve as your Membership Chair for this coming year and hope to grow alongside every single one of you!
Howdy! My name is Andrea Nuñez and I am a Junior Industrial & Systems Engineering major from Brownsville, TX. SWE has been a huge part of my college life since my freshmen year in SWElites. I then joined SWE Rep committee, became the Membership Officer and the FLAME Chair last year. I love dancing, making tiktoks and spending time with family and friends. I am so excited to now serve as your Public Relations Chair!
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Howdy! My name is Dakota Graves and I am a junior Industrial & Systems Engineering major from El Paso, TX. I started getting involved in SWE at the beginning of my freshman year as a part of the SWElites Socials Committee, where I then became a Socials Co-Chair. I am now the F.L.A.M.E Chair and I am so excited to continue my SWE journey this year! During my free time, I love to draw, listen to music, and watch mystery movies. I also love spending quality time with my friends and family.
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Howdy! My name is Sara Garcia and I am a junior civil engineering & project management student from Katy, TX here at A&M. I am so excited to be working with every one of you in SWE as an officer this year! This organization has been such a fundamental part of my journey as an engineering student and has granted me so many opportunities to learn and grow - professionally and academically. When I'm not living it up at the library or general meetings, you can find me hanging out with close friends, exploring the world, and finding different ways to make people smile :) Please don't hesitate to reach out and I and I look forward to meeting you all!!
Civil Engineering & Project Management
High School Conference
Howdy! My name is Yajaira Alejandra (Alex) Puente, and I am a Senior Interdisciplinary Engineering major from Waco, TX. Since my sophomore year, I have been involved in SWE and have had the opportunity to be a part of SWENext’s Public Relations Committee, FLAME, and even been one of last year’s Socials co-chairs. I’m super excited to see what the future holds, and I’m looking forward to organizing SWE’s 46th Annual High School Conference! My hobbies include drawing, reading comics, being a guinea pig mother, and attending random events.
Yajaira Alejandra Puente
High School Conference
Howdy! My name is Amanda Ngo and I am a senior in chemical engineering from Plano, Texas. I am a former SWElite, Professional Development Co-Chair, and SWE Representative. I am so excited to be serving as one of your High School Conference Co-Chairs for the 2019-2020 school year! Outside of SWE, I'm involved with the Engineering Honors program as a student lead and help plan events. In my free time, I enjoy looking at art, online shopping, and playing video games.
High School Conference
Howdy! My name is Chandlier (Pronounced Chandler) R. Richmond, and I’m from Mansfield, TX. I am a sophomore General Engineering major and an aspiring Electrical Engineer. My SWE involvement began with my last role as 2020-2021 Co-Chair Freshmen Representative. Additionally, I am a student in the University Honors Program and serve as Membership Chair for the National Society of Black Engineers. Outside of school, I love to read, exercise, socialize, and cheer on my favorite basketball teams. I am thrilled to be your SWE Representative this year as we continue to elevate the organization!
Chandlier R. Richmond
Howdy! My name is Aliana Hagen and I’m a sophomore biomedical engineering student from Katy, TX. I am incredibly excited to be one of your SWElites Co-Chairs this year! In my freshman year, I was a member of SWE Outreach, FLAME, Big/Little, and the SWElites Professional Development Committee. In my free time, I love to travel, bike, write movie reviews, and discover new music with friends. I am so grateful to be a part of such an empowering organization and look forward to making your experience in SWE a great one!
Howdy! My name is Gabriella “Gabby” Rocha, and I am a junior Industrial and Systems Engineering major from Houston, TX. My SWE journey began my freshman year as part of the SWElites Socials Committee and had the honor of serving as Socials Committee Co-Counselor my sophomore year. This year, I am overjoyed to be returning to SWElites once more as SWElites Co-Chair. I am beyond excited to watch this year's freshman blossom and grow this school year and hope to pass on all I have learned from being a part of this wonderful program for the past three years. When I am not in class, studying, or attending SWE events, I love spending quality time with my family and friends, painting, listening to music, watching gaming streams, or trying my hand at personal coding projects!
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Howdy! My name is Sneha Sequeira and I am a senior Mechanical Engineering major from Katy, TX. I have loved being part of SWE throughout my four years at A&M - I was a member of SWElites my freshman year in the Service Committee, became a SWElites counselor my sophomore year where I co-lead the STEMfest Committee, and mentored for SWENext and the Big-Little program my junior year. This year, I am really excited to serve as the SWE Outreach Officer in charge of our middle-school program Engage. Outside of SWE, I am an ambassador for Engineering Honors and lead a choir at St. Mary's. I also enjoy playing the piano, trying out new recipes, hiking, and travelling.
Howdy! My name is Elizabeth Sharf and I am a sophomore mechanical engineering major from Sugar Land, Texas. I joined SWE last year and was part of the SWElites socials committee. I had an amazing experience in this organization during my freshman year, so I am beyond excited to serve as your 2021-2022 Outreach Co-Chair. Outside of school, I love to hang out with friends, eat good food, and paint landscapes while listening to true crime podcasts or discovering new music. I am thrilled to get to know everyone this coming year and have the opportunity to inspire children through STEM activities.
Howdy! My name is Diva Kohli, and I am a junior Computer Science major from Houston, TX. My journey in SWE began through SWElites, and I have also been on the Public Relations Committee and served as a Professional Development Co-Chair. This year, I am really excited to be serving as the STEMfest Chair! In my free time, I enjoy photography, baking, and crocheting. I also love to travel and spend time with friends and family. A fun fact about me is that I have lived in 6 different countries. I'm looking forward to the coming year and can't wait to get to know everyone better!
Howdy! My name is Marissa Ovenshire, and I am a computer engineering major in the class of 2024 from Dallas,TX. Last year I acted as one of the SWE Freshmen Representatives. I also had the opportunity to attend the SWE 2020 National Conference. I am beyond excited to continue my involvement in TAMU SWE as a Socials Co-Chair. In my free time, I enjoy singing, running, and watching movies.
Howdy! My name is Allyson Ochoa, and I am a Industrial and Systems Engineering major from Weslaco, TX. I became a part of SWE in Spring 2021, but its been a great experience and full of various opportunities. I was able to quickly join FLAME, one of the SWE TREC teams, a member of the Excel Committee, and TAMUhack. Outside of school, I love to play Animal Crossing, watch Criminal Minds, and spend time with family and friends! I am so excited to get to meet everyone and serve as one of the Socials Co-Chairs.
Industrial and Systems Engineering
My name is Atiana Bruce, and I will be a sophomore in chemical engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station this upcoming fall 2021 semester. I am so thankful for the opportunity to serve as a Professional Development Co-Chair for the 2021-2022 year! As a first-year undergraduate student, I was an active member of the SWElites Freshman Leadership Program’s Professional Development Committee and a FLAME participant in the spring. I will be furthering my passion for research this summer by working on a collaborative project between Texas A&M chemical engineering Professors Dr. Micah Green and Dr. Jodie Lutkenhaus and Los Alamos National Laboratories representative, Dr. Hisato Yamaguchi; our research will pertain to atmospheric corrosion prevention using 2D nanomaterial coatings. I am originally from Dallas, Texas and graduated Valedictorian of the Class of 2020 from The Cambridge School of Dallas. My hobbies include photography, sketching, baking, and spending time with my four younger siblings.
Howdy! My name is Monica Arrambide Valdes and I am a junior Computer Science major from Katy, Texas. I am beyond excited to be one of the Professional Development Co-Chairs this year! I became involved with SWE my freshman year through SWElites, and I had the great opportunity to continue as a SWElites counselor this past year. In my free time, I enjoy playing tennis, listening to music, and hanging out with family and friends.
Mahnoosh is a Ph.D. student in industrial engineering. She got her B.S. degree in petroleum engineering and Economics from Sharif University of Technology. Her research area is in health care, human factors and data science. Mahnoosh joined SWE when she started school at Texas A&M in 2016. She believes that SWE is a professional organization which helps women in engineering to improve their leadership and communication skills and build great networks. In her free time, Mahnoosh enjoys playing the piano, cooking and watching movies.
Sheyenne is a Master’s student in Civil Engineering with a structural engineering specialization. She received her B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M. Her research involves testing asymmetric steel shapes. She has been a part of SWE since her freshman year of college and loves the community of like-minded women that she has found. In her free time, she enjoys playing board games and video games, watching basketball, and reading.
Manali is a Ph.D. student in Chemical Engineering. She received her M.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University and her bachelor’s degree from Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani in India. Her current research involves the use of process systems engineering and optimization techniques to reduce the environmental footprint of energy generation systems. Attending the WE19 conference and meeting so many amazing women inspired Manali to join GradSWE at Texas A&M, and contribute to the organization’s efforts in promoting women’s involvement in engineering and technology. Outside of work, Manali enjoys reading, painting and movies.