Vice President of community outreach
Noah Cominsky, originally from Cleveland, Ohio, is a sophomore living in Leverett House concentrating in Government with a secondary in Economics. Outside of HUBBS, Noah is involved in Native Americans at Harvard College (NAHC), competes in Model United Nations, and works for the Admissions Office. Having a wide array of interests, this past summer, he interned for a federal contractor in Washington D.C., and is excited to be interning for a management consulting firm this upcoming summer. Outside of school, Noah is interested in politics, feminist literature, and triathlon running. Mason Sands is a freshman from Brevard County, Florida. He is concentrating in Social Studies with a planned secondary in Theatre, Dance, and Media. In addition to HUBBS, Mason is involved with the Institute of Politics and Harvard theater. His primary areas of interest are globalization, multiculturalism, the salience of identity, and the reflection of these concepts in media. His most recent project was a study on the viability and implications of South American economic integration.