Hello Yellow Jacket Community,

The Center for Student Engagement is committed to celebrating the contribution of Registered Student Organization members and leaders. Student Organizations make up an incredible part of the fabric of Georgia Tech and without dedicated students, our campus would lack these spaces of innovation and camaraderie. The Celebrating Student Leadership project tells the story of individual students who are committed to the mission of their student organizations and exemplifies the spirit of Progress and Service. The forty students highlighted are a celebration of student impact, commitment, and community.

Most importantly, the staff in the Center for Student Engagement are grateful for the Georgia Tech students who make the Yellow Jacket experience so unique! The five areas that make up the Center for Student Engagement are Civic Engagement, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Media, John Lewis Student Leadership Pathways, and Student Organizations. While Tech is known for world-renowned academic programs, we are invigorated daily by the Center’s mission to invest in the empowerment and support of student organizations and student leaders who we know catalyze belonging and an engaged campus experience. Please join us in celebrating one of Georgia Tech’s most incredible resources, our student leaders.

In Progress and Service,  

Kayla Watson  
Associate Director, Center for Student Engagement 

Kayla Watson, headshot

2024 Student Leaders Honorees

The Center for Student Engagement is committed to celebrating the contribution of Registered Student Organization members and leaders. Student organizations make up an incredible part of the fabric of the Yellow Jacket community and without dedicated students, our campus would lack these spaces of community, innovation, and camaraderie.

The Celebrating Student Leadership intends to highlight and tell the story of individual students who are committed to the mission of their organization and exemplify the spirit of progress and service. Thirty students will chosen based on their impact of campus engagement, commitment to the mission of their respective organizations, and commitment to their peers. These students will be recognized at Georgia Tech’s annual Up with the White and Gold awards ceremony on April 15, 2024.

Ana Contreras

Roswell, Georgia

Andrew Dowdy

London, England

Augustine Debrah

Santrokofi-Bume in the Oti region of Ghana

Divya Tadanki

Milton, GA

Emily Primmer

Savannah, GA

Emily Yan

Atlanta, GA

Gianna Fiduccia

Yardly, PA

Harrison Baro

Peachtree City, GA

Ishwar Ramnarine

Queens, NY/Orlando, FL

Jason Schwartz

Saratoga Springs, NY

Jason Sodikin

Norcross, GA

Jeffrey Pan

Branchburg, New Jersey

Justin Le

Orlando, FL

Kaitlyn Banh

Duluth, GA

Kelley Collier

Atlanta, GA

Kiran Kapileshwari

Winston-Salem, NC

Mahogany Labor

San José, Costa Rica

Marylene Innocent-Ike

Lagos, Nigeria

Matthew Kistner

Florence, SC

Maxwell Oglesby

Alpharetta, GA

Nicole Caiati

Westport, CT

Nitya Jani

Frederick, MD

Noah Brenner

Baltimore, MD

Oscar Guerrero

Fairburn, GA

Ryan Rodriguez

Ashburn, VA

Taylor Campbell

Atlanta, GA

Taylor Sherwood

Milledgeville, GA

Tehreem Hussain

Lahore, Pakistan

Zamaria Winston

Atlanta, GA