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Review Board Members

Review Board 2019-2020


Photograph of Henry Blackburn smiling with arms crossed in front of the Crim Dell Bridge

 Henry Blackburn is the chair of the Review Board. He is a senior at W&M and is double majoring in Philosophy and Government. Aside from Student Assembly, Henry is a tour guide and senior interviewer in the campus Admissions Office and a fellow with the Civic Agency Project. Outside of school, Henry loves to climb mountains and was once chased by a mountain goat that tried to steal his food.

Photograph of Anna Boustany, Review Board vice-chair, smiling in front of a rugby field

Anna Boustany is the vice-chair of the Review Board. She is a junior at W&M studying International Relations and Religious Studies. On campus, she is also involved in the undergraduate admissions office as a tour guide, the Flat Hat newspaper as an editor, the McLeod Tyler Wellness Center as well as interning for the W&M Information Technology department. Anna is also 95% sure that she has seen a ghost in Colonial Williamsburg.

Photograph of Braeden Salazar, Review Board member, smiling in front of a blue window

Braeden Salazar is a member of the Review Board, '19-'20. He is a junior at W&M studying Finance and Economics.  On campus, he is also a tour guide for the admissions office, a member of a social fraternity, and a member of the Latin American Student Union. A fun fact about Braeden is that he can quote National Treasure in its entirety.

Photo of Camille Zeraat smiling in front of patterned building

Camille Zeraat is a member of the Review Board, '19-'20. She is a sophomore at William & Mary hoping to study International Relations and Economics. She is also involved in the International Relations Club, Filipino American Student Association, and Alma Mater Productions. In her free time, you can probably find her running a local trail, attempting to play her uke, or exploring local coffee shops!

Photo of Katie Rys smiling in front of Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

Katie Rys is a member of the Review Board, '19-'20. She is a sophomore at William & Mary studying International Relations and Anthropology.  She is a member of W&M's Undergraduate Honor Council, a company member of Orchesis and a part of a social sorority on campus.  She also teaches dance to 3 year olds at a local dance studio. An interesting fact about Katie is that she once competed against Abby Lee Miller Dance company of the hit TLC TV show "Dance Moms."

Photograph of Jack Craver smiling in front of brown background

Jack Craver is a returning member of the Review Board and is double majoring in Government & Philosophy. A junior, Jack regularly attends Philosophy Club and is a founding member of the William & Mary Young Moderates. He is starting both a digital publication and a podcast for long-form discussion with his friends.

Photograph of Liz Holmes smiling with a red jacket on in front of several people 

Liz is a senior at the College majoring in Philosophy and Government. She is the Vice President of The Young Moderates and a member of Phi Sigma Pi. In her free time she likes to read, watch movies and the Bachelor, and snuggle with her two dogs. A fun fact about Liz is that she is happily addicted to caffeine.

Attorney General

 Photo of Helen Tariku  smiling in front of brown background

Helen Tariku is W&M Student Assembly's inaugural attorney General and is very excited to assist in setting the foundation for this position.  She is a junior at W&M studying Government and Sociology with a concentration in Crime, Law, and Society. On campus she is also involved in APO, Tri-Delta, Scuba Club, group fitness instruction, and as a Tribe Ambassador.  A fun fact about Helen is that she can sing the alphabet in 10 seconds or less.

Chief Counsel

Photograph of Jake Beardsley smiling, holding a book

Jake is the Chief Counsel to the Review Board. They are a junior at W&M, and they study philosophy and English. Jake also works on The Gallery, and is a member of the W&M Philosophy Club. Jake has cut several people out of their life for calling them "Jake from State Farm."