Sarah Ann Duck
Sarah Ann is a senior from Chicago, IL majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology and Psychology. At Hopkins, she is the vice president of Applying Science with Kids club and is a STEP tutor. She does clinical research on eating disorders and biology research on neonatal injuries using a mice model. Her favorite thing about Phi Mu are the connections she’s been able to make across all different grades and alumni.
Dagny is a junior from New York, NY majoring in economics with minors in Spanish and Entrepreneurship and Management. At Hopkins, she is involved in Blue Key Society, Smart Women Securities and conducts research at the Institute for Applied Economics. She ultimately hopes to pursue a career in finance. Her favorite thing about phi mu is the get togethers and hangouts with her sisters.
Sydney is a junior from Long Island, NY majoring in Chemistry and Molecular and Cellular Biology and minoring in Spanish for the Professions. At Hopkins, she’s involved in Blue Key Society as a tour guide, and she is a tutor for Learning Den and Youth Library Tutorial. After graduation she plans on attending medical school. Sydney’s favorite thing about Phi Mu is forming friendships with so many amazing women and getting involved in philanthropy events.
Mikayla is a junior from McLean, VA majoring in Public Health and Environmental Science. At Hopkins, she’s a member of the varsity field hockey team. Her favorite thing about Phi Mu is her fam and all the incredible relationships she’s been able to form with new people.
Vice President of Committees
Bianca is a senior from East Brunswick, NJ double majoring in Public Health Studies and Natural Sciences. Outside of Phi Mu, she is involved in clinical research at the Hopkins Hospital in the GU Oncology department. After graduating, she plans on attending medical school. Her favorite thing about Phi Mu is her pham and the supportive community within it.
Vice President of Chapter Development
Elisa is a senior from Miami, FL studying Neuroscience and Mathematics. At Hopkins, she is involved in computational neurosciences research, is a PILOT leader, and a member of the softball and rugby teams. After graduation, she plans on attending medical school. Her favorite thing about Phi Mu is the fact that she gets to meet women who are so incredibly committed to their work and to each other.
Jess is a junior from Hanover, NJ majoring in Public Health Studies and minoring in Economics. Outside of Phi Mu, she’s involved in APO, volunteering at the Children’s Center, and conducts research at the School of Public Health. After college, she hopes to attend medical school. Her favorite part of Phi Mu has been getting to knowing her incredible sisters and forming meaningful relationships with them.