Leadership Positions Held by Rachel Tobin at Yale
Rachel Tobin Yale is teaching professional. Her education from Yale has been a boon for her in becoming a teaching professional and founding Nao Now Tutoring LLC. Since college days, Rachel had been given the responsibilities of handling important posts. She was announced as a secretary of the senior class council in the class of 2015. The election results were declared on an email coming from the Associate Dean for Student Organizations and Physical Resources John Meeske. The elections for the senior class council leadership positions were conducted in the last week of February. However, the results were delayed in notifying the classmates for reasons unknown.
The email sent by Meeske to the three winning students on March 4 notified them of their victory. The email was sent to congratulate the students and to tell them that appropriate information would be given to all their classmates about their election results. Meeske also added that he plans to meet the students sometime after the spring break and discuss the plans for the coming year. However, the meeting has yet to take place.
It would be pertinent to mention here that unlike the other available similar leadership positions in other class councils, the students chosen as secretary and treasurer for the senior class council would retain the responsibility until the five-year reunion of their class. Rachel Tobin Yale would be given the chance to write notes along with alumni, Barrett, to the Yale Alumni Magazine. The notes would be written to notify about the publication of a few interesting or extraordinary accomplishments of the classmates. They were also thinking of planning the five-year reunion under the University administrators. The treasurer, Medrano was given the responsibility to ensure that her classmates donate money for the reunion. She was also to be given an additional charge of managing the side-events in the coming years.
Despite Medrano had never served in student government at Yale, she was excited to grab the opportunity. It would be pertinent to mention here that she thought about the role as an opportunity to remain connected with the University even after she graduated.
Along with planning for some of the annual events of the senior class inclusive of Casino Night or the Masquerade Ball, the co-secretary to Rachel was excited about implementing some other signature events. The ultimate goal is to make senior year a fun-filled time along with getting the class to come closer as possible. Tobin and Barrett had served as president and vice-president respectively on Junior Class Council.