Meet the Executive Board
Sandor Callahan, President
Sandor Callahan is a 3L from the San Francisco Bay Area and attended college at UC Santa Cruz. He remains a proud UC Santa Cruz Banana slug alumnus. After college, he moved to China to serve in the Peace Corps. At Georgetown, Sandor works as a Gewirz Resident Fellow and Solicitations Editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law. Beyond Georgetown, Sandor is a Big Brother and is currently attempting to trek the Seven Summits. Sandor is looking forward to the privilege of serving the Georgetown Law community. Please feel free to contact him at email@example.com.
Joe Altieri, Day Vice President
Joe Altieri is a 3L originally from the great state of Rhode Island (but you probably already knew that - he’s fairly obnoxious about his pride for the Ocean State). Joe attended the University of Miami (It’s All About The U) for his Bachelor’s degree. Prior to attending Georgetown Law, Joe worked as a college admission officer for five years in both Miami and New York City. At Georgetown, Joe is involved in various student organizations like Barrister’s Council, OutLaw, and NOLA, and he serves as a Peer Advisor as well as the Development Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law. Off campus, Joe enjoys exploring our wonderful city, taking a tours of the local distilleries and breweries, playing kickball, trying a new restaurant, or just riding around town on his super sweet (his words) scooter. On campus, when not in class, Joe can usually be found patrolling our campus hunting for free food with the goal that he retains the title of The Hungriest Hoya. In all seriousness, Joe truly looks forward to the opportunity to continue to listen to and learn from the members of this wonderful and diverse community while serving our student body this coming year. Please feel free to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rachel Lee, Evening Vice President
Rachel Lee is a third-year evening student at the Georgetown University Law Center. Originally from South Korea, Rachel moved to the U.S. with great passion for international affairs and politics. She attended Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service where she earned her Bachelor's degree in International Politics and a Certificate in Latin American Studies. In law school, Rachel has served on the SBA as a 1E and 2E delegate, zealously representing the needs of her fellow evening students. She served as the President of APALSA and has been a Peer Advisor to incoming students. During the day, Rachel works as a Paralegal at a litigation firm, and she hopes to be in NYC after law school to become an international lawyer. Making evening students' lives better in law school has been on Rachel's mind since day one, and she invites anyone to reach out to her with any questions, concerns, or suggestions at email@example.com.
James Danford, Secretary
James is a 4E at Georgetown Law and serves as the Student Bar Association Secretary, where he chairs the Communications Committee. He previously served as SBA’s Evening Vice President where he chaired the Evening Student Affairs Committee and advocated on behalf of the evening division. He is originally from Fort Worth, Texas and received his Bachelor's degree from Texas Tech University. James moved to Washington, D.C. in 2011 to work for the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee where he focused on immigration, crime, and Constitutional matters. He now works on the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology where he focuses on space exploration, STEM education, research and development, and assists with House Floor proceedings and legislative markups. On campus, James is a Public Interest Fellow, a Global Teaching Fellow, a Student Fellow for the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, and is the former Senior Executive Editor for the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. He enjoys politics, reading, binge watching Netflix, sports, and Disney. Feel free to reach out to him with any questions or concerns at JBD47@georgetown.edu
Austin McCullough, Treasurer
Austin McCullough is a 3L from the charming city of Charleston, South Carolina. He studied political science and history at the University of South Carolina, and remains a devoted fan of the Gamecocks (often to his own emotional detriment). At Georgetown, Austin has been involved with the American Criminal Law Review, Equal Justice Foundation, and PLAID. He previously served SBA as a 1L Section 3 delegate and the Campus Services Committee Chair. Outside of law school, he enjoys running, reading and puppies. Feel free to reach out to him with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Costello, Chief of Staff
David is a 3L at Georgetown Law and serves as the Student Bar Association's Chief of Staff. He is originally from Melbourne, FL and received a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Florida. While at the University of Florida, David served as a Florida Greek Student Ambassador and as Membership Vice President of his greek-letter organization. As Chief of Staff, David oversees the Social and Special Events Committees. On campus, David works as a 1L Contracts Tutor, is a member of the Georgetown Trial Advocacy Team, and serves as an Executive Editor of the American Criminal Law Review. When he’s not studying law, he enjoys playing softball, watching every season of The Office for the 100th time, and rooting for his Florida Gators. Please feel free to contact him anytime at email@example.com.
Claire Chevrier, Attorney General
Claire Chevrier is a 3L from sunny South Florida, but fancies herself a Vermonter. She attended the University of Vermont, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and political science, with a minor in English. After college, she worked as a paralegal before becoming a literacy teacher in Miami. At Georgetown, Claire has been involved with the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy, sat on various faculty committees, enjoyed education law related externships, and served as Chair of Career Services. She is also a proud alumna of Section 3. Outside of law school, she enjoys recumbent bicycling, reading, and finding others working to recognize and eradicate implicit biases. Feel free to reach out to Claire with any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.