Executive Board

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Drew.jpgDrew Fishman ’19 (Co-President) graduated from Coral Reef High School in Miami, FL, where he was the captain of of the debate and history bowl teams. Back in high school he was also a legislative intern for Florida representative Jose Felix Diaz and founder and president of an elementary and middle school debate league. His interest for law came about after he worked for a summer at Miami law firm Woodbury Santiago P.A., a firm that specializes in commercial and securities law. At Williams he is also a research assistant in the political science department, with plans to double major in political economy and Chinese.

IMG_1134Chrisleine Temple ’19 (Co-President) majors in Political Science and Philosophy at Williams. She was a four-year member of her high school Mock Trial team, captain of the Williams College Mock Trial Team her sophomore year, and is now an advisor for the Williams team.  Today, she is a member of the Junior Advisor (JA) Advisory Board and an Advising Fellow for the Williams chapter of Matriculate — a nonprofit focused on helping low-income high achieving high school students in their college application process. Outside of campus, she has done legal and academic research, and has worked within the nonprofit sector in marketing, communication, data analysis, and outreach.  Chrisleine Temple hopes to attend law school after graduating from Williams.

Abel Romero ’19 (Law Teams Director)

IMG_4902.jpgMax Chayet ‘22 (Assistant Treasurer) graduated from Weston High School in Weston, CT where he was a four-year member and captain of the Mock Trial team that finished 2nd in the state, in addition to serving as the crew team captain at Saugatuck Rowing Club. At Williams, he is a member of the Men’s Crew team, as well as the Moot Court team that qualified through to the Round of 16 at the 2018 Eastern Regional Competition. He plans to major in History and Political Science with a Concentration in International Relations, and is considering attending law school after graduating.