WE Staff 2018

Manager

Taylor Joyce '19
taylorminor[at]college.harvard.edu

Taylor Minor

Hi! My name is Taylor. I've been in the ensemble since freshman year, and loved every minute of it, and so I'm very excited to be manager this year. I've played marching and concert percussion since Jr. High, and am a particular fan of the marimba. I'm a junior in Dunster House studying Linguistics (MBB track) with a secondary in neurobiology. Last year, I coordinated our first sensory-friendly concert series with HURAA (Harvard Undergraduates Raising Autism Awareness), which I'm also co-president of. I'm involved in the Deaf Awareness Club and other things I really enjoy include dogs and volleyball.

Assistant Manager

Iris R. Feldman '20
irfeldman[at]college.harvard.edu

Iris Feldman

Iris is a sophomore in Dunster House excited to be studying Comp Lit. When she is not playing clarinet in WE, she can be found "actively disagreeing with people in the street,"* making WE based puns, or talking about the Great State of California. She’s excited to welcome new members to the communiWE. *quote from her roommate Julie

Social Chair

Andrea Martinez '20
amartinez[at]college.harvard.edu

Andrea Martinez

Andrea is a sophomore studying Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations with a focus on ancient Egypt, and she lives in the beautiful Dunster House. Andrea is involved with the Gilbert and Sullivan Players, Harvard Museums of Science and Culture board, and the Undergraduate Council. Her passions include sleeping, cats, and sleeping cats.

Concert Manager

Samuel Zwickel '21
zwickel[at]college.harvard.edu

Samuel Zwickel

Samuel is a freshman from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, who lives in beautiful Pennypacker Hall. He has not decided on a concentration and doesn't plan on deciding anytime soon. When not playing saxophone with the Harvard Wind Ensemble, Samuel enjoys singing bass with the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, scooping a story as a news reporter for The Harvard Crimson, or analyzing the state of American politics with the Harvard Public Opinion Project.

Librarian

Nathan Lee '21
nathanlee[at]college.harvard.edu

Nathan Lee

Nathan is a freshman clarinet and proud Greenough inhabitant who loves our the Thursday Hillel dinners.

Librarian

Marika Thompson '21
mj_thompson[at]college.harvard.edu

Marika Thompson

Marika is a freshman in Straus who plays the clarinet in WE and tenor sax in the Band. Her prospective concentration is Computer Science. Her favorite part of WE is playing music with people who love it just as much as she does! Other than WE, she is also on junior staff for the Band, Co-President of Harvard Karate, and a volunteer for PBHA's FASE and HARMONY programs.

Media Manager

Serin Baek '21
sbaek[at]college.harvard.edu

Serin Baek

Hi! My name is Serin, and I am a flute player in the Harvard Wind Ensemble! I love playing with the wind ensemble and being a part of this aWEsome community! I live in Florida (recently moved there from Alabama) and am pretty unnerved about Boston's cold weather. I am a freshman in Wigglesworth, currently on the pre-med track. I am also taking Swahili this year, so I just want to leave you with one phrase: hakuna matata!

Media Manager

Emma Hansen '21
ehansen[at]college.harvard.edu

Emma Hansen

Emma is a freshman looking into concentrating in Neurobiology or IB/OEB and is currently playing both Flute and Piccolo for the Wind Ensemble. When she is not making people wish they had earplugs for her piccolo's high notes, Emma is also working as the Music Manager of the Harvard University Band, a Harvard HealthPAL, a Harvard Undergraduate Beekeeper, and a Dorm Crew member. She will also be playing for the New England Intercollegiate Honor Band this spring. Emma looks forward to another semester of WE!

Photographer

Jonas LaPier '21
jlapier[at]college.harvard.edu

Jonas LaPier

I am a freshman horn player this year living in Holworthy. I am from Spokane, WA where I attended Central Valley High School playing in their Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, Pep Band, and Marching Band. I also played for the Spokane Youth Symphony, so I was very invested in music. Here at Harvard, I am playing in the Wind Ensemble, leading trips with the Outing Club, and studying Environmental Engineering. Music, mountains, and math are my passions.