Hello my name is Matthew Eberhardt and I am excited to be the first ever Animation Senator for Regent! We have needed one for a long time from what I have heard from students and faculty. I am proud that I could step up to the plate for my major and am really excited to see all the changes we can get done in a year. I was born and raised in Virginia in the city of Lynchburg and I have lived there all of my life. I was excited to come to Regent and get out of my town to experience new things. When I got here I wasn't sure what to expect but sure enough God was there to hit me in the face with awesome people, community, and friends. These are the things that I want to keep alive at Regent, but most of all I would like to strengthen the Animation Department because it is growing rapidly and I would really like to see it prosper to its greatest potential.
Animation Majors- Please if you have any problems, concerns, or just need help working out something please contact me. I would love to help in any way I can.
I was born in Nova Scotia, Canada. I grew up in Toronto, Ludenscheid, Germany, and most recently Cary, North Carolina. I joined RUC because I have a passion to server Undergraduate studies, our professors and students' need and desires, and the Lord Jesus Christ. I hope to bring positive changes to our department and bring new and exciting classes for our education and enjoyment. My hobbies are reading, writing poetry, dancing, laughing, and especially cooking.
Hello. My name is Stryker and I am proud to be representing the undergraduate business program. This is my third year at Regent and my emphasis is marketing with a communication minor. As an advertising/public relations enthusiast, I am looking forward to taking the business world by storm so I can later make a difference in politics or in the non-profit sector for Christ. I think the Lord has great things in store for this university and I am excited to be a part of it. I also really like coffee.
Hi, Everyone! My name is Hadassah Mendez. I am a senior here at Regent pursuing a Communications degree with a minor in International Relations and Foreign policy. It is my joy and privilege to join RUC as the new Communication Senator. I look forward to fostering greater connection between students and faculty members in my program and beyond—creating a network of committed Christian leaders to change the world.
Thank you for the honor of serving Regent this year!
I am Danielle Sue Boudreau. I am originally from Virginia Beach. I am a Cinema-Television major and Journalism minor at Regent University. I am also the RUC CTV Senator. Christ has put in my heart a huge passion for photography and travel. I have many options to consider, but I know that I will be led in the right direction, whether it is within church media, a personal business, or at National Geographic (the dream...). I enjoy leadership and love being able to serve other students. I am a funny little girl filled with sarcasm, desire, and over-analytical tendencies, but definitely lacking the traits of indolence or dullness. I owe everything that I am to Christ.
Hey, my name is Joseph Ledyard and I am stoked to be your Criminal Justice Senator for the 2012-2013 academic school year! I was born in Pittsburgh, PA and raised about 45 miles south in a place called Greensburg. My hobbies include football, hockey, physical training, martial arts, music, and reading. My hope and my joy are in Jesus Christ. I am nothing without Him. This is my first year as a RUC senator and I am excited to work with you all to strengthen the Criminal Justice program and the whole community here at Regent University.
"Remember that it is the actions, and not the commission, that make the officer, and that there is more expected from him, than the title."
Teacher Education and Interdisciplinary Studies Senator
Jessica Williams was born on March, 24, 1992. She has two younger siblings and was homeschooled her entire life. Her hobbies include singing, dancing and teaching. Teaching is her passion. She hopes to guide the next generation to do what they thought was impossible. She wants to be a Christian leader to change the world—one child at a time. This is her third year at Regent and she enjoys the fellowship, the learning and growing in her faith. Jessica joined RUC because she wanted to fulfill the need of an Teacher Education and Interdisciplinary Studies senator. She hopes to serve her fellow peers, meet new people and do her part in making a change.
Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something. Author Unknown
I am blessed return as RUC senator this year so that I can both lead and serve our student body. My prayer for this year is that RUC will continue to be an outlet for spiritual, social, and academic growth for students and will strengthen the relationships between students and faculty. I am excited to be a part of it.
I am a senior in the English and Theatre programs at Regent, hailing from Hanover, Pennsylvania. I like wearing dresses, taking walks, thunderstorms, and peanut butter in my ice cream. I also work in Undergraduate Admissions and live on campus in Foundation Hall.
Coming to Regent as a transfer student, I was excited to broaden my horizons by living in a different state, getting the collegiate experience from a Christian perspective, and interacting daily with students and professors. Throughout the school year, in forming relationships with students and faculty, I developed a desire to serve others by becoming a student leader. It has been a joy and privilege representing government students this year and I look forward to serving on the Council again next year.
I grew up in the small town of Sellersville, Pennsylvania. I love small towns, politics, volleyball, and making new friends. I hope that my service on the Council glorifies God and improves the collegiate experience for incoming students.
My name is Lucas Johnson; I was born and raised in southern Delaware. I went to Christian school almost all my life. I graduated the top 20% in my class and my school was ranked third in the state when it came to SAT scores. I have played organized basketball for five years and the last four I was a captain or co-captain on my team. During the summer I work at the University of Delaware Agricultural and Research Farm. I am a History major at Regent University. I want to be a part of Regent Undergraduate Council to help develop the History major and to push for more intercollegiate sports. I hope during my time on Regent's Undergraduate Council I can become more of a leader and help Regent's school of Undergraduate studies grow into a pillar of excellence.
Hello everyone! My name is Hilary Davenport and I am proud to be representing the Undergraduate Psychology Program. This is my second year at Regent and my emphasis is Psychology with a Youth Ministry minor. I plan to use my degree to help foster children. My interests include debate, basketball, dance, penguins, and people. As your Senator I am available to hear the concerns and ideas of all Psychology majors. I will be your voice to the faculty, and I am here to serve you.
Hello! I am so blessed to be at Regent University, going into my junior year studying Theatre. I'm originally from Long Island, New York and grew up a Yankee, but was thrilled to start anew here and am amazed at what God has done in my life, one of the more recent being the Theatre senator for RUC. I absolutely love this school and it's mission, and I want to make sure it is doing the best that it can in equipping it's students to go out into the world and change it for Christ. I also serve as the Advertising and Recruitment Chair for the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Society. I plan on going to law school and becoming a human rights lawyer, focusing in the areas of anti-abortion, foster care reform, and anti-child trafficking. I also look forward to becoming a foster mother myself. For right now, I love performing here at Regent and enjoying the beautiful life God has given me.