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IRHC Director: Tim Strong
Email: tms16d@my.fsu.edu
Phone: (904) 521-2909

Office Hours:

Tuesday: 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Wednesday: 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Thursday: 1:30pm – 2:30pm


My name is Tim Strong, and I am a second-year Biochemistry major with a minor in Physics and History. It is my dream to one day be a medical doctor to continue my lifelong goal of giving back to the community through service. I am currently an active member of the Catholic Student Union and I am working to help end the stigma towards mental illness through combined efforts with our sister organization the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) and the Student Government Association. In my free-time, I love to read, listen to music, volunteer, and will gladly watch every video you own of puppies at any time (who needs sleep in STEM). We have worked tirelessly this summer to bring you the best IRHC we have ever seen, and we are excited to spend this year working with everyone who would like to partner with us on initiatives.













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IRHC Associate Director: Vincent Gennarelli
Email: vjg16@my.fsu.edu

Phone: (530) 218-4046


Office Hours:

Monday: 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Wednesday: 3:30pm – 5:00pm


My name is Vincent Gennarelli, and I am a second year student double majoring in Criminology and Anthropology with a minor in Psychology. My end goal is to obtain my PhD in Forensic Anthropology. Here at Florida State, along with being involved with Inter-Residence Hall Council, I am a part of the Anthropology Society, multiple ensembles within the College of Music, and the Study Abroad program, (fun fact, I interviewed for my position and won via skype at 4AM my time while studying abroad in London, England.) In addition to school related activities, I also work for an interior designs store in Tallahassee.  In my free time you can probably find me practicing music, taking pictures, eating pizza and watching Netflix, or crying over homework

















IRHC National Communications Coordinator: Shayna Cohen
Email: sc16e@my.fsu.edu

Phone: (954) 895-1252



I am Shayna Cohen, your acting National Communications Coordinator for the 2017-2018 term! I aim to double major in Economics and Political Science, with minors in English and Criminology. I was born and raised in Coral Springs, FL and love any chance to take the 8 hour bus ride to see my parents, siblings, and friends.  My favorite shows are Steven Universe and Rick and Morty, and I like to read comic books, fence, juggle, and spend time with my friends in my free time on campus. I am heavily involved with the Honors Community at Florida State, and am always looking for new people and organizations to connect with.

















IRHC Assistant Director of Finance: Seattle Alderman
Email: sa15af@my.fsu.edu

Phone: (863) 450-9311

I am majoring in International Affairs with a minor in Spanish language and I will be going to law school after my time at FSU. I want to pursue a career in human's rights law. I'm from Lakeland, FL and I have always lived in Florida. I enjoy kayaking, watching sports, and iPhone games. Go Noles.



















IRHC Assistant Director of Relations: Kendall McDonald
Email: kem16f@my.fsu.edu

Phone: (321) 527-6664



I’m Kendall and I’m in my second year at Florida State pursuing a double major in psychology and history and a minor in Spanish, with the intent of pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology after graduating from FSU. In addition to my involvement in IRHC, I am also involved in Simple Charity, Honor Student Association, Academic Recruitment Organization, Presidential Scholars, and FSU Navigators. I also work in a psychology lab that studies specific biological and cognitive contributors to eating disorders. In her free time, I love being with friends, eating ice cream, and petting as many dogs as humanly possible. I am very excited to be a part of IRHC this year and help make FSU’s residence halls a home to all who live there.