Will Rossello is currently a fourth-year at the University of Virginia, with a major in Foreign Affairs. He is from Alexandria, Virginia and graduated from T.C. Williams High School in May 2015. He has long held a desire to perform nonprofit work, beginning with a church mission trip to Honduras in the Summer of 2012. This passion has continued into Will’s college years as he has joined various nonprofit clubs and has volunteered for his fraternities’ philanthropy, Pig Pickin, which last fall helped raise over $2500 for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston. Will hopes to eventually combine his love for politics/foreign affairs with his passion for nonprofit work. During his free time, Will enjoys playing sports such as soccer and spending time with friends and family.
Michaela Magnuson is currently a forth-year student at the University of Virginia studying Foreign Affairs. She’s from Roanoke, Virginia where she first became interested in nonprofits when she served as a Student Board Member for the Roanoke United Way. Last summer she worked as an intern at the Legal Aid Justice Center and enjoyed the passion and energy the staff had for their work. She loves Charlottesville and recognizes the importance of nonprofits in fostering growth and relationships within the community. Michaela hopes to eventually combine her interest in public policy with her passion for nonprofit work.
Ian Coppage is currently a fourth-year student at the University of Virginia studying government, history, and entrepreneurship. He is from the small town of Madison, VA. His passion for non-profit work began when he volunteered for the Alliance for Interfaith Ministries (AIM) here in Charlottesville. During his time at AIM, he realized how valuable non-profits were to the Charlottesville community. In his free time he enjoys hiking with his dog, Layla, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.
Elizabeth Fadl is currently a fourth-year student at the University of Virginia where she is studying government and philosophy. She lives in Burke, Virginia but is originally from Denver, Colorado. Her fondness for nonprofit work started when she served as the Public Service Chair for the Jefferson Literary and Debating Society of UVa, where she had the opportunity to work with several nonprofit organizations around the Charlottesville community. Since then, she has continued to volunteer with some of these organizations and looks to foster the growth of local nonprofits. She hopes to combine this goal with her love of politics and philosophy. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys hiking with her friends and playing the cello.