Executive Committee

The Executive Committee (EC) is the workhorse of the SIPS Fund. From project evaluation to managing the endowment fund to hosting events, the EC serves as the public face of SIPS. The Executive Committee meets every week and runs through various agenda items including potential partnerships, upcoming Board meetings, and applicants in the project pipeline.

Made up entirely of students, our team consists of an Executive Director, Managing Director, Operations Director, Project Managers and a Finance and Marketing Team. Together, the EC ensures that SIPS is providing the resources necessary for students to engage in socially innovative projects or public service opportunities, whether here in the U.S. or abroad.


Executive Director

Alero Oyinlola is from Ibadan, Nigeria and serves as the executive director of SIPS. She is a junior in the College double majoring in Economics and French. In her free time she enjoys watching Netflix, hanging out with her friends and reading.


Managing Director

Ashanti Callender is a senior in the MSB double majoring in International Business and Marketing. Her favorite aspect of SIPS is how we bring SIPS projects to life by capturing the experience it’ll have on the community. Random fun fact: she love goats.


Finance Director

Mohammad Elokda is a senior in the SFS majoring in STIA. As Finance Director, he continues to work to expand the fund’s partnerships and educational apparatus and develop appropriate impact metrics for the wide variety of SIPS projects. Mohammed hopes to keep social impact as an integral part of any of his future endeavours.


Operations Director

Nethra Vishwanathan is a junior in the SFS majoring in Science, Technology, and International Affairs. She loves being able to bring people’s projects and visions to life with SIPS! On campus, she is involved with the South Asian Society and Blue and Gray Tour Guide Society. She loves to go for runs and play with her dog.


Outreach Director

Lara Adekunle serves as the Outreach Director of SIPS. She is a junior in the NHS majoring in Global Health and minoring in Economics. Lara is excited to join the SIPS team to extend its reach and create opportunities for students to see their social impact projects come to fruition. She is originally from the Chicago area, and her hobbies include biking, playing sports, doing yoga, and traveling.


Deputy Outreach Director

Maeve Silk is a sophomore in the College and her major is currently undeclared. She loves playing tennis, trying new restaurants, and spending time with friends in her free time. Maeve is interested in SIPS because it’s a great opportunity to learn more about how to invest in and develop social impact projects that are working to solve issues that she cares about.


Project Manager

Audrey Zhou is a senior in the MSB, studying Operations and Information Management as well as Global Business. Originally from Princeton, New Jersey, her hobbies include painting, yoga, and walking her dog.


Project Manager

Zahra Wakilzada is one of our Project Managers. She is a sophomore in the College double majoring in Government and Economics with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. In her free time, she enjoys creative writing including writing poetry and blogs in English and Persian.


Project Manager

Dahlia Elgonemy is a sophomore in the SFS studying International Economics with a minor in Arabic. She is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, and her hobbies include playing the piano and harp, making jewelry, and spending time with her family and friends.


Project Manager

Sabria Kazmi is one of our Project Managers. She is a sophomore in the SFS majoring in STIA and minoring in Computer Science and Russian. In addition to SIPS, she is also a member of the ASK program and MSA at Georgetown. She was born in Boston, but has grown up in and lives in Northern VA. In her free time she likes to take photos of nature, go to the gym, and watch Netflix.


Project Manager

Eshan Karla is a freshman in the SFS studying international economics. Eshan is from Phoenix, Arizona and in his free time, he enjoys watching sports and spending time with his dog.


Project Manager

Brenda Zhong is a freshman in the SFS, planning to major in International Politics. She is originally from Long Island, New York, and her hobbies include dance, going to beach sunsets with friends, and watching rom-com movies. Other than SIPS, she is an active member in Georgetown’s Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, Hoyasana, GU Politics, and IRC.