Sarah Small
Pittsburgh, PA
Class of 2019
Anthropology Major

Hi everyone, I’m Sarah! I started getting involved with Habitat during Pre-Orientation my freshman year. I’m really excited to be the chapter’s Co-President this year! Outside of Habitat, I’m involved with SODA: Student Organ Donation Advocates.



MaeMae Huang
St. Louis, MO
Class of 2019
Biochemistry Major

Hey guys! I’m MaeMae, and I’m so excited to be one of the Co-Presidents this year! I started working with Habitat after participating in the PreO and have loved every moment since!

Outside of Habitat, I am involved with Partners in East St. Louis, Each One Teach One, Delta Gamma, and volunteer at the Siteman Cancer Center.

Education Chair


Joyce Chau
Hong Kong
Class of 2019
PNP and Applied Linguistics Double Major, Speech and Hearing Sciences Minor

Hi everyone, I’m Joyce! I have been involved in Habitat for Humanity since freshman year of my high school and am excited to continue my involvement as Education Chair this year. Outside of Habitat, I am a Washington University Student Associate, an exec member of the Hong Kong Students’ Association and also volunteer at the Central Institute for the Deaf.


Trip Coordinator

Lindsey Corydon
City, State
Class of 2020
Major: CSE and Leadership and Strategic Management

Why I joined Habitat: Been a part of habitat for years and I have been inspired and enjoyed working with all of the people who have dedicated their time to this impactful organization.
Besides Habitat, I am involved in Campus Y as a Basketball Coach, Women in Engineering, DG, and Computer Comfort!




Jake Schaffer

Jake Schaffer
Rochester, NY
Class of 2020
Undecided major, Pre-med track
Hi there! I’m Jake and I am the Treasurer for Habitat this year. I’m also involved with Chabad on campus and am a partner on a Classroom Innovation grant. In my free time I like to play sports and hangout with friends.


Fundraising Chair


Andrea Papari
Burr Ridge, IL
Class of 2019
PNP and Global Health Major, French Minor

Hi everyone, I’m Andrea! After being involved with Habitat all through high school and serving as one of the freshman representatives during my first semester, I’m excited to now be the Community Outreach Chair! Outside of Habitat, I’m also involved in Model UN, City Faces, and Beat Therapy. In my (semi-rare) free time, I enjoy playing the piano and attempting to be fit.

Public Relations Chair


Carissa Wei
Lincoln, NE
Class of 2019
Major: Communication Design Major, Spanish Minor

Hey guys! I’m Carissa and I’ve been working with Habitat since freshman year. I am very passionate about world poverty and think that Habitat is a great way to engage with these greater issues within St Louis!


Advocacy Chair


Jacob Cantrell
Bloomington, IN
Class of 2019
Computational Biology Major, Religion & Politics Minor

Hey guys, I’m Jacob and I am the Advocacy Chair for Habitat this year. I’ve been involved with Habitat for Humanity in my hometown and have served as a Freshman Rep. and Corporate Fundraising Chair for WashU Habitat.  Outside of WashU Habitat, I am a member of the First Year Center Executive Board, Washington University Student Associates (WUSA), and work in a genetics lab on the Danforth campus!




Jadine Sonoda
Class of 2019
Rockville, MD
Chemistry Major, Global Health Minor

Hi everyone, I’m Jadine! I started volunteering with Habitat during my freshman Pre-Orientation program and am excited to continue working with such a great group. Other than Habitat, I’m part of SODA: Student Organ Donation Advocates, work at the First Year Center, and like spending time outdoors.



Ryan Conston Selfie Photo

Ryan Conston
West Memphis, AR
Class of 2020
Major: Undecided Major, Pre-Medicine Track

Hi there, I’m Ryan!  After becoming immersed in many initiatives similar to Habitat in years past, I now enjoy partaking in such a community-building journey with an amazing group of people.

Besides working in Habitat, I volunteer weekly as a Child-Life member of Children’s Hospital, and I am also readily involved in groups such as Harambee Christian Ministries, MAPS, and the TriO program, to name a few!



CSO Advisor

Tim Dugan

Tim Dugan
Major in English, Peace and Conflict Studies, Creative Writing

I am the new HFH staff advisor in the Community Service Office. I am thrilled to work with HFH again. I served with the Portland OR chapter as a Team Leader for AmeriCorps’ National Civilian Community Corps in 2010. I’m excited to support the builds, the education, the service trips, and the culture of Habitat For Humanity.


Faculty Advisor

Pat Gibbons
Retired WashU Physics Professor, Habitat House Leader

Pat is a retired physics professor who works with Habitat for Humanity as a House Leader. Pat uses his affiliation and experience with WashU and Habitat to bridge the gap between WashU and the surrounding St. Louis community and actively encourages those around him to volunteer. As Katie Harder, Resource Development Manager for Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis, explained in her nomination, “His warm demeanor, inclusive nature, and unending patience with new volunteers has converted many one-time volunteers into build site ‘regulars’.” He is also known to enjoy contemplating the diffraction from a quasicrystal.