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Meet Your RHA Officers

Addison Bogardus

President

Addison Bogardus
rha.unr.president@gmail.com

Addison is currently a senior, seeking a degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Math and Japanese. He came to being the RHA President because he was RHA Finance Director last year. This position allowed him to facilitate a fundraising partnership with the Nevada Wolf Shop. Together, we had our best fundraiser in the history of the Nevada RHA.

Terrie Munai

Vice President

Terrie Munai
rha.unr.vice.president@gmail.com

Terrie is the RHA Vice President/NCC. She is a first year student majoring in International Affairs and is so thrilled to be a part of RHA this year and serve all of you amazing residents. She currently lives in Argenta Hall where you can occasionally find her studying in the Mezz or indulging in a Netflix binge. If you see her, don't hesitate to come say hello and chat her up. She loves talking about anything interesting enough, and is sure we can find similar interests. She thinks this will be a great year for RHA and hopes it is for all of you as well.

AshLeigh Kuntz

Marketing Director

AshLeigh Kuntz
rha.unr.marketing.director@gmail.com

AshLeigh is a sophomore Elementary Education pre-major with an Early Childhood Education specialization. She lives in Canada hall but still cheers for her first hall's success. AshLeigh got involved in RHA when joined Manjun's halls leadership council in last January and was the Recognition Representative. More often than not you will find AshLeigh curled up in her room with a book or a good movie on Netflix but the rest of her time is spent trying to promote RHA in the halls.

 

Kyler Voegele

Finance Director

Kyler Voegele
rha.unr.finance.director@gmail.com

Kyler is a freshman here at Nevada double-majoring in History and Political Science. Kyler was born and raised in Elko, NV and possesses a deep-seated passion for world affairs, statistical figures and historic factoids. Kyler's goal is to become an attorney one day. Kyler can frequently be found in the RHA Office, analyzing Funds Requests and preparing for fundraisers. When not in the office, he is kept busy with a plethora of activities including studying in the Knowledge Center, watching the news and hanging out with friends.

Natasha Meier

Events Director

Natasha Meier
rha.unr.events.director@gmail.com

Natasha is a Psychology major with a minor in substance abuse and addiction treatment.  Her goals after graduation are to work in a Psychiatric ward while going to Graduate School, eventually making her way to being a psychotherapist. Her job is to put on awesome events for the Resident Halls. Natasha first got involved through Manjun Leadership Council as the Events Representative and has loved planning ever since.

Marissa Arnold

Recognition Board Director

Marissa Arnold
rha.unr.recognition.director@gmail.com

Marissa is a junior Music Education major with a minor in Math. If you visit the office, you'll probably find her singing along to the radio! When she's not in the RHA office, you might find her hanging out in the Canada pit with a crochet hook in hand, or at a piano in the fine arts building. Marissa joined RHA her freshman year as the Recognition Representative for Nye Hall (Go Narwhals!). She then joined the Executive Board as Recognition Board Director last February, and has returned for the new year.

Mark Cordova

RHA Resource Manager

Mark Cordova
rha.unr.office.manager@gmail.com

Mark is currently studying music and minoring in philosophy. Mark got involved in his first year when he was on the Nye Hall Council, he is now in his fourth year.

Camille Morris

Judicial Board Director

Camille Morris
rha.unr.jboard.director@gmail.com

Camille is the RHA Judicial board. She is a freshman under the Communication Studies major at Nevada. She loves to write, read, listen to music, and watch Netflix in her spare time. She's unsure about her long term plans and just tries to live life one day at a time, not panicking about her future. She joined JBoard so she could help her peers and be a fair, understanding arbitrator.

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