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Meet Our Student Staff

The Do Good Institute team includes passionate, driven, and exceptional student leaders at the undergraduate and graduate level. These students are integral in the development and growth of our hands-on and student-support focused programs; they support key administrative and business-focused functions; they lead and publish communications and marketing efforts; and so much more. 

We couldn't do all we do without their dedication and commitment.

 

Josephine Crucillo

Do Good Intern

In her role, she provides administrative support to the Institute’s faculty and staff and contributes to research, program coordination, and event planning.

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu. Or, connect on LinkedIn

Josephine Crucillo Assistant Program Coordinator, joined the Do Good Institute in September 2019. In her role, she provides administrative support to the Institute’s faculty and staff. Josephine helps manage the operations and logistics of the Impact Interns program, contributing to research, program coordination, and event planning. She is a junior majoring in computer engineering and participating in the university’s Design, Cultures, and Creativity Honors program. 

Inspired by her mother who worked in IT and through her capstone investigating the effects on how communication technologies and devices affect human behavior and interaction, she hopes to design and implement sustainable technologies that allow for increased access to technology for low-income demographics and decrease the digital divide in such a digitalized world. Josephine spends her free time dancing with numerous dance teams, cooking and creating jewelry with her friend. 

 

Lily is wearing a white blouse and smiling at the camera with trees behind her.

Student Intern

In her role, she supports the classroom-based introductory, first-year and light-touch experiences across the University of Maryland campus to expose, engage and introduce students to the Do Good Institute, social impact, philanthropy and civic engagement. 


Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu.

Lily Fleischmann is a public policy student at the University of Maryland. Growing up in a Jewish community, Lily understands oppression and privilege and seeks to make the world a better place. For this reason, she intends to minor in nonprofit leadership and social innovation, with hopes to work at a nonprofit or in the government. Lily is a student in the College Park Scholars: Public Leadership program, where she is learning more about leadership strategies and traits. This is Lily’s second year working with the Do Good Institute, and she loves it! In addition, she serves as an ambassador for the School of Public Policy and president of Pro-Choice Students. Lily has also interned with Wellspring Living, an organization in Atlanta that helps survivors of human trafficking on their path to recovery. In her free time, Lily loves to read, paint, and enjoys exploring the outdoors by hiking, kayaking and swimming.

 

Anjalie Gowda

Do Good Intern

In her role, she provides administrative support to the Institute’s faculty and staff and supports projects. 

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu.

Anjalie Gowda is a sophomore majoring in Public Health Science, working towards being a Physician Assistant in the future. She is passionate about animal equality, climate justice, and women’s rights and is thrilled to be a part of a team that is working to inspire the next generation of movers and shakers. She believes every individual can change and inspire the world to do more good, and that empowering one another is empowering ourselves. 

In her free time, Anjalie enjoys visiting animal sanctuaries, cooking vegan meals with her sisters, exploring the woods, and creative writing.

 

Hannah Kerr is smiling at the camera with a Maryland Terps banner behind her.

Do Good Intern

In her role, she provides administrative support to the Institute’s faculty and staff and supports projects.

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu.

 

Hannah Kerr is currently a sophomore majoring in public health science. She is working to pursue a career in nursing in the future. Hannah is very passionate about women's rights and helping reduce the maternal mortality rate for Black women through her work in the field of nursing. While at Do Good, she looks forward to seeing firsthand how other students, including herself, can positively impact our campus and the world around us.

Hannah likes to crochet things for herself and her family in her free time. She also enjoys cooking, reading and binge-watching different shows.

 

Olivia is wearing a black dress and is smiling at the camera.

Student Intern

In her role, she supports the classroom-based introductory, first-year and light-touch experiences across the University of Maryland campus to expose, engage and introduce students to the Do Good Institute, social impact, philanthropy and civic engagement. 

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu.

Olivia is a senior health and science communication major. A Rockville, Maryland native, she is interested in the health and wellness of individuals and learning more about how to improve the quality of life for herself and others. Through nutrition and mindful activities, she hopes to continue this love for enhancing the quality of life by teaching and helping others do good in their community daily.

Olivia transferred here her junior year and has made the most of her short time here as a Terp. She is involved in club sports, is an avid Terp fan, and loves to explore new places with the friends she has met here.


 


 

Enzo Metsopoulos

Do Good Intern

In his role, he provides administrative support to the Institute’s faculty and staff and supports projects.

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu

Enzo Metsopoulos is a senior from Baltimore City double majoring in politics, philosophy, and economics (PPE), and psychology. He plans to work in achieving collective bargaining rights for
workers.


Enzo is currently involved in the union committee of USAS at the university, which is a club that is dedicated to organizing around campus workers and fighting for livable and fair conditions. One of his favorite things to do is to create and perform music with friends. 

Emilie is smiling at the camera with a body of water behind her. The sun is setting.

Communications Intern 

In her role, she supports the communications team as they drive awareness, participation and recognition of the Institute and its programs, both on and off campus. 

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogoodcomms@umd.edu

Emilie is a junior double majoring in English and studio art, minoring in technology entrepreneurship and corporate innovation. She transferred from community college, deciding to come to the University of Maryland to continue her education with the Southern Management Leadership Program. She is passionate about making the world a better place and loves to volunteer with local nonprofit organizations.
 

Devin is smiling at the camera, wearing a grey suite.

Student Intern

In their role, they support the classroom-based introductory, first-year and light-touch experiences across the University of Maryland campus to expose, engage and introduce students to the Do Good Institute, social impact, philanthropy and civic engagement. 

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu.

Devin Moore is the founder of #RaceToSpeakUp - an anti-bullying organization. They were inspired to make positive changes after being racially cyberbullied in middle school. Devin is a first-time author of “Devin Speaks Up”, a children’s anti-bullying book. Devin is the host of Humanity Rising’s, “Race To Speak Up” podcast, where they interview activists, business leaders and entrepreneurs about how they are creating a positive impact in their community. Devin hosts, “Behind The Screen - The Harms of Cyberbullying” webinar with co-host psychiatrist Dr. Sundeep Randhawa, who focuses on child and adolescent bullying. Devin is dedicated to getting a state anti-bullying law passed which will keep students safe in schools from bullying and implementing mandatory anti-bullying classes in schools. As an anti-bullying advocate, Devin is partnered with Parents Against Bullying Virginia and Tiny Be Mighty and serves as its teen ambassador.  Devin is a freshman at the University of Maryland, where they study psychology. 

 

Emma Rubino is wearing a grey blazer and black shirt, and is smiling at the camera.

Communications Intern 

In her role, she supports the communications team as they drive awareness, participation and recognition of the Institute and its programs, both on and off campus. 

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogoodcomms@umd.edu

Emma Rubino is a senior from Long Island, New York majoring in public relations and minoring in history. She is passionate about utilizing fashion and writing to create a broader space for diversity and inclusion within UMD’s community, which reflects in her work as editor-in-chief for the campus lifestyle publication Monumental Magazine. While at Do Good, she is excited to be a part of a team facilitating student success through community outreach. In her free time, Emma enjoys running, watching Maryland sports and spending time with friends and family.

Carlos Orbe is wearing a suit and tie and smiling.

Student Intern 

In his role, he supports the classroom-based introductory, first-year and light-touch experiences across the University of Maryland campus to expose, engage and introduce students to the Do Good Institute, social impact, philanthropy and civic engagement. 

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu.

 

Carlos Orbe, Jr. is an alumni of Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY where he majored in communications & marketing with a concentration in public relations and minored in philosophy. After completing his legal studies/ work at the Department of Justice, Carlos moved his focus to policy and legislation. At the University of Maryland, College Park, he is pursuing his masters of public management, specializing in social policy and leadership management. Carlos has held multiple senior level fellowships with The Maryland Legislative Latino Caucus, The Judicial Proceedings Committee, The Maryland Alliance for Justice Reform, and Rubenstein Public Relations in New York. Currently, he is a senior policy fellow with the Maryland Latinos Unidos organization on health and education policy. Carlos is both creating and developing Latino community initiative programs and the first ever policy legislation insight sector from the ground up. He remains a proud Do Good Institute ambassador for the University of Maryland seeking to inspire the youth to change the world. 

Samiya is wearing a pearl necklace and smiling at the camera, with a blue background behind her.

Do Good Intern

In her role, she provides administrative support to the Institute’s faculty and staff and supports projects. 

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogood@umd.edu

 

Samiya is a freshman planning to major in business management with a minor in public policy. While she is still determining her future career path, she hopes to make a positive impact on her community. In her free time, Samiya enjoys cooking, singing, and spending time with her family.

Peyton Siegel

Program Associate

Peyton is charged with project management and advancement efforts for the Do Good Institute, its communication and marketing priorities, and its nonprofit management and social impact education programs and offerings.

Questions or want to get in touch? Email dogoodcomms@umd.edu. Or, connect on LinkedIn

Peyton Siegel is a program associate where she plays a critical role in supporting the Do Good Institute’s communications, marketing, and thought leadership work. She first joined the Institute as a Do Good Ambassador in 2020 and expanded her role later that year. 

She supports the marketing and recruitment efforts of the nationally ranked Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership program. In addition, she supports in executing strategic communications and marketing strategies, including leading research, content development and management, project management and support, marketing campaigns and activities.

Peyton is a junior public policy student with a double minor in nonprofit leadership & social innovation, and law & society. On campus, she is involved as a member of the CIVICUS living and learning community, as well as the Vice President of Programming for College Mentors for Kids. She reflected on why she mentors and what drives her in a Student Voices article last year, which you can read here. She loves working with people and getting to know peers that have a passion for doing good!