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.
Meet Our Student Leaders
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.
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.
Do Good Intern
In her role, she provides administrative support to the Institute’s faculty and staff and supports projects.
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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.
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.