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Meet Chaz

Chaz Crosby (she/her/hers), chazc@email.unc.edu

Chaz Crosby serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration.

Chaz is a senior from Raleigh, NC majoring in Psychology and minoring in chemistry on the pre-medicine track.
Chaz has been involved in many efforts on campus, especially those pertaining diversity and inclusion efforts. Chaz has been in student government for over two years and previously served as the Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach co-chair. Chaz has also served on the Commission of Campus Equality and Student Equity as well as the Faculty Committee on Community and Diversity. Chaz is also a research assistant in the UNC Penn Lab. Chaz is looking forward to implementing her experience with DEI efforts by continuing projects like implicit bias trainings and the Black Male Leadership Summit.

Meet Isha

Isha Padhye (she/her/hers), ispadhye@live.unc.edu

Isha Padhye serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration.

Isha is a senior from Charlotte, NC majoring in Public Policy with minors in Statistics and Analytics and Spanish. On campus, she is involved with the Parr Center for Ethics as a Senior Fellow and is one of the co-chairs for APPLES Fall Alternative Breaks. She has been involved in the Executive Branch for the past three years and has worked in the Mental Health Committee.

Isha’s goals for the upcoming year are to serve as an advisor to the Student Body President and Department Directors to successfully achieve and implement platform points, to institutionalize the Well Ride project, and to pursue projects that support students through a safe transition away from a virtual environment.

Meet Ananya

Ananya Tadikonda (she/her/hers), ananyat@live.unc.edu

Ananya Tadikonda serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration.

Ananya is a junior studying Health Policy and Management and Biology, with minors in Chemistry and Social and Economic Justice. She previously served as the co-chair of the Student Safety and Wellness Committee, and on the Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor, Campus Health Advisory Board, and Public Health Education Working Group. Outside of Student Government, Ananya is involved in the Community Empowerment Fund, the American Mock World Health Organization, and research at the Gillings School of Global Public Health.

As a Senior Advisor for the Richards Administration, she is particularly interested in continuing projects related to issues of Student Wellness, as well as expanding to areas including Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, as well as Academic Policy. She truly hopes to contribute to driving forward the Richards Administration’s commitment to making the Carolina experience more inclusive and equitable for all people part of the Carolina community.

Meet Greear

Greear Webb (he/him/his), greearw@live.unc.edu

Greear Webb serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration.

A native of Raleigh, NC, Greear Webb is a dedicated student who cares deeply about lessening North Carolina’s racial divide. Greear is a junior Morehead-Cain Scholar double majoring in Political Science and African, African American, and Diaspora Studies (AAAD). He is currently minoring in Social and Economic Justice. Greear is the co-founder of the NC Town Hall and Young Americans Protest (YAP!)—Two youth-centered nonprofits.

Greear is a committed leader striving for progress in gun violence prevention and police accountability legislation and was selected as a 2020 Youth Voter Ambassador through Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education. He currently serves on the City of Raleigh’s Police Advisory Board, as well on Governor Roy Cooper’s statewide Crime Commission. Greear additionally previously served as Co-Chair of the Black Student Movement’s (BSM) Political Action Committee. In 2021, Greear was honored as the first-ever recipient of the Triangle MLK Committee’s John Lewis Student Activist award. Greear knows our diversity as people is our strength, and that representation matters.