MEET OUR Executive directors
The Center for Student Legal Services takes pride in our student Board of Directors, which governs CSLS and ensures that we are serving the best interest of Ohio University's student body. Composed of 11 students from Appalachian locals to international students, Greek Life members to Student Senators, Residential Housing Assistants to Learning Community Leaders, Student Trustees to student activists, our Directors represent the diverse perspectives of Ohio University's students.
Sadie is a junior Pre-Law, Accounting, and Management major in the College of Business at OU. Aside from serving as CSLS Chairperson, Sadie has worked as a summer intern for the Seneca County Juvenile Court. In addition, she is also involved in OHIO Women in Business, the College of Business Honors Program, and Beta Alpha Psi. She also had the opportunity to study abroad in Greece through the Global Consulting Program. Overall, Sadie is passionate about the Athens and Ohio University community and helping to connect her peers to the resources and services available.
Executive Vice CHair
Maddie is a junior studying Business Pre-Law and Finance, with a minor in Political Science. She has experience interning for the Delaware County Prosecutor's Office and with real estate attorneys. Additionally, she is involved in Select Leaders and is a member of the Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity. She plans to study abroad in Italy in the spring of 2018. She strives to become involved with her fellow Ohio University students to better the surrounding Athens community.
Ellenore is currently a Master of Public Administration student at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs. She received her A.B. in 2017 in Political Science from the Honors Tutorial College at Ohio University with a concentration in Economics and a Certificate in Law, Justice, and Culture. Aside from being Treasurer on the CSLS Board, Ellenore was elected as the Graduate Student Representative for Student Senate and is the Campus Outreach Chair for the Senate Appropriations Commission. This past summer, she was an intern at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland in their Community Development branch focusing on quantitative data analysis around predatory lending practices.