SEAOC BOARD

Our Late Night Family

QUINN PORTER (he/him/his)

President

Quinn is a 4th-year Architectural Engineering major from Piedmont, CA. He will be serving as this years SEAOC President. Quinn is looking forward to developing personal relationships with both students and professionals who are interested in the Cal Poly SEAOC Chapter. Quinn is also a board member for the Cal Poly Hammock Club, and was an orientation leader for Cal Poly WOW. In his free time, Quinn enjoys surfing, backpacking, and barbecuing with friends.

TOMLINN COX (she/her/hers)

Vice President

Tomlinn is a 4th-year Architectural Engineering major from Rocklin, CA. As the Vice President, she is in charge of organizing the quarterly trips and THE spring break trip. Her other duties include stepping in for the general running of the club, helping the president when need be. In addition to her role on SEAOC, Tomlinn is also on the EERI Seismic Design Team. She enjoys watching the sunset with friends, watercoloring, playing sports, and is always down for a drive along the Central Coast!

AUTUMN WAGNER (she/her/hers)

Forum Chair

Autumn is a third year from Westlake Village, CA and is so stoked to be this year's forum chair! She is really passionate about finding opportunities to combine engineering with helping others and is co-leading the SESH trip to Puerto Rico. You can find her being studious (and silly) in B-lab, hanging out in the great outdoors, or eating around SLO!

EVA WIECZOREK (she/her/hers)

Treasurer

Eva is a 4th-year Architectural Engineering student from Omaha, Nebraska. As Treasurer, she monitors the annual budget and handles all club transactions & deposits. She works closely with other members to ensure SEAOC is keeping on track financially. Eva is fond of traveling, visiting art museums, and hiking. Last year, she received her LEED Green Associate accreditation, and enjoys learning about new ways to maintain a sustainable lifestyle.

ELIZABETH CLAYPOOL (she/her/hers)

Secretary

Elizabeth is an active member of Cal Poly's section of Society of Women Engineers. In her free time, she loves exploring all the beaches in SLO, cooking with her friends, and meeting as many dogs as possible!

MICHAEL STORTI (he/him/his)

Event Chair

Michael is a 4th-year Architectural Engineering student from Orange, California. As the SEAOC Event Chair, he organizes outreach events including quarterly BBQs and the WOW Club Showcase. He enjoys working out, playing basketball, hiking, cooking, and spending time with his dog Biscuit!

ROBERT HARDWICK (he/him/his)

Fundraising Chair

Robert is a 3rd-year Architectural Engineering major, and most of the time, you'll probably hear him before you see him! Robert play the drums in several jazz bands on campus, and you might have heard his band, the Triple Pants, playing at Farmer's Market in quarters past. On top of that he's a sucker for road trips, volleyball, and anything involving a frisbee. Robert looks forward to designing merch for you all this coming year!

AUDREY HOANG (she/her/hers)

Historian

Audrey is a 3rd-year Architectural Engineering student from Alameda, California. She has a passion for art including photography, digital media, and drawing, and she loves swimming, working out, traveling, and watching Hong Kong dramas. On campus, she is a part of Chinese Students' Association and is apart of the Theta Tau SLO co-ed engineering fraternity interest group. As Historian, she keeps the Cal Poly SEAOC website up-to-date and photographs SEAOC events to document the experiences of all student members. She looks forward to interacting with everyone in SEAOC and capturing new memories for everyone to see on the website gallery!

KAYLIE DI PAOLA (she/her/hers)

New Member Chair

Kaylie is currently a second year and is from the Bay Area. She loves dancing, painting, going to concerts and drinking way too much coffee, and she strives to support the community through her involvement with Alpha Omicron Pi's philanthropy.

ELLIS FRYER (she/her/hers)

Publicity Chair

Ellis is a 4th-year Construction Management student who grew up in the Bay Area and the central coast. As the Publicity Chair she looks forward to interacting with SEAOC members and keeping everyone up to date on current activities. She enjoys volleyball, rock climbing, yoga, and art in her free time. Follow us on Instagram @cpseaoc!

Tia Kelly (she/her/hers)

Service Chair

Tia is a 3rd-year Architectural Engineering major from Phoenix, Arizona. She likes to go to the beach, wakeboard, and do ceramics in her free time. If you do too, don't be afraid to say hi! As Community Service Chair, she looks for opportunities for SEAOC to interact with community members, especially in aiding young, potential engineers. Feel free to contact Tia with any opportunities in the community!

SASHA PADILLA (she/her/hers)

Coordinator

Sasha is an incoming 2nd-year Architectural Engineering major from Dublin, California. As the new coordinator, she is very excited to plan amazing and fun trips to local construction sites, meet new ARCEs, and be part of the board. Sasha loves to meet new people, play sports, watch movies, and go on adventures with friends. Lastly, if you have any enriching ideas or want a new friend, feel free to reach out!

JAY SKAFF (he/him/his)

AEI Representative

Jay is a 3rd-year Architectural Engineering student who is serving as the AEI (Architectural Engineering Institute) Representative for Cal Poly's SEAOC Chapter. Jay works to maintain a constant relationship with the national AEI organization and informs them of the chapter's engagements. He is also responsible for providing the AEI organization with our chapter's annual report. In his free time, Jay enjoys surfing, running, and spending quality time with friends.

ROBERT ROCHEL (he/him/his)

CAED Representative

Robert is a 3rd-year Architectural Engineering major from Burlingame, CA and is this year's CAED representative. Aside from SEAOC, he participates in CP club soccer and club triathlon. In his free time Robert enjoys playing the piano, riding his bike, reading, and watching movies.

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