Meet the Executive Board
Rachel Morris, President
Rachel is a 3L from Lake Mary, Florida. She studied political science at the University of Florida before working for the Florida legislature in Tallahassee. At Georgetown, Rachel serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal and as a Peer Advisor. She previously served as a Student Ambassador, Section 2 SBA Delegate, and SBA Day Vice President. Rachel also started the Muevlo Latin Dance Club and served on several Student Faculty Committees. Beyond GULC, Rachel enjoys salsa dancing, gymnastics, and hiking.
Sandor Callahan, Day Vice President
Sandor Callahan is the SBA Day Vice President. He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended college at UC Santa Cruz. He remains a proud UC Santa Cruz Banana Slug alum. After college, he moved to China where he served in the Peace Corps for two years. Sandor spent another year back in California before he was lucky enough to be admitted into Georgetown. When he's not on campus, you can usually find him running on the mall or eating his second burrito bowl of the day from Chipotle. This year he'll also be a RF in Gewirz, so please be sure to shoot him an email or stop by if you have any questions or concerns. He looks forward to serving all of you as part of the SBA for the 2015-2016 academic year.
James Danford, Evening Vice President
James is a 3E at Georgetown Law and serves as the Student Bar Association Evening Vice President, where he chairs the Evening Student Committee and advocates 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 as the Editor and Speechwriter for the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee where he focused on immigration, crime, and Constitutional matters. He now works as an Editor, Speechwriter, and Legal Assistant for the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology where he writes on space exploration, STEM education, research and development, and also assists with House Floor proceedings and legislative markups. On campus, James is a Public Interest Fellow, a Student Fellow for the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, and is the Senior Executive Editor for the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. He enjoys politics, reading, binge watching Netflix, sports, and Disney.
Adrienne Beaudoin Deshmukh, Secretary
Adrienne is a 3E at Georgetown Law, and serves as the Student Bar Association Secretary, a Peer Advisor, and as the Senior Symposium Editor of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal. Previously, Adrienne served as a 1E Delegate and Evening Vice President of the SBA. Originally from Hopedale, Massachusetts, Adrienne moved to the D.C. area to attend the University of Maryland where she earned her Bachelor's degree. Outside of Georgetown Law, Adrienne works as a contractor to U.S. Customs and Border Protection in D.C. She enjoys traveling, yoga, Cape Cod, and exploring new restaurants in D.C. Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brad Paraszczak, Treasurer
Brad Para$zczak was a normal boy from Allentown, PA until the second grade, when a tragic clerical error reassigned the iconic dollar bill in his name to a young girl calling herself Kesha. Devastated, young Brad resolved to devote his life to honoring his wronged financial ancestors, or "financestors." A 2011graduate of Harvard College, by day he assumes the alter ego of a mild-mannered Georgetown 3L who enjoys politics, pub trivia, EDM, constitutional law, and Falcon Punching n00bs. By night, he is known only as "The Depositor," a brave but ruthless hero who protects the realm from the evils of unbalanced budgets, unattached receipts, and unclaimed checks. He was a Section 2 Delegate before his two terms as Treasurer, but outside of SBA he is the Senior Development Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal, a member of the Appellate Litigation Clinic, and an RA for the Supreme Court Institute. Feel free to email him at email@example.com at any time for financial advice. He does not sleep.
Lindsey Stearns, Chief of Staff
Lindsey is a 3L and is originally from Port Washington, NY. She studied political science at The George Washington University before coming to Georgetown Law in 2013. Lindsey is interested in criminal law and military law. She has served on the Student Bar Association as a 1L Delegate, Chair of Special Events, and Chief of Staff. In her spare time, she really enjoys planning the Student Bar Association's social events for her classmates. Her favorite event is the Ski Trip to Shawnee mountain.
Ben Clark, Attorney General
Ben is a third year student, and earned a degree in accounting from Penn State. While at Penn State, Ben was a Student Representative on the Board of Trustees. This past summer Ben worked at a law firm in Pittsburgh. As Attorney General, Ben's primary responsibilities revolve around the Constitution. Some of those responsibilities are amending the Constitution, interpreting the Constitution, and ensuring procedure is followed during SBA meetings. However, when Ben is not working, he enjoys watching and playing sports, collecting coins, and spending time with friends. Ben is excited to be part of an excellent SBA, and is looking forward to this upcoming year. Ben can usually be found in Courtside or McDonough Hall, but if scavenger hunts are not for you, he is happy to answer any questions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.