Amanda McWaters – President
Hey there! I’m Amanda McWaters, and I am a fourth year Business major, concentrating in Operations Management. I started as a Team Lead in Epic Intentions, and I’ve loved every second of it. It’s such an overwhelming satisfaction to merge the skills we learn in class with giving back to our community. It’s been so inspiring to see the intense passion that my fellow members in Epic have for the nonprofits they are connected with. Outside of class and Epic, I work at a startup called Jonny On It, where I analyze our data and processes.
Neel Narvekar – Director of Internal Affairs
Hey! I’m Neel Narvekar a second year Computer Engineering student here at Tech. I’m also working on a Computer Science minor. I joined in the Spring of last year, looking for an opportunity to partner up with a real company on a problem. The most rewarding thing about working with Epic, to me, is that you learn about the important steps required when creating a project that isn’t just for yourself. The differences are easy to miss until you dive into one of these projects. Besides Epic Intentions, I’m also involved with IEEE as the Computer Science chair.
Aditi Choudhury – Director of External Relations
Hey, I’m Aditi Choudhury, and I am second year studying biochemisry. I joined Epic Intentions my semester at Tech, and I have loved every minute! Helping the Atlanta community, learning new skills, and working with such talented people has been a wonderful experience, and I’m so excited to be a part of the exec team.”
Rachel Raisin – Director of Communications
I’m Rachel Raisin, a 4th year Business major concentrating in Marketing. After working on the Gateway Center project, I joined Epic Intentions Exec as the Director of External Affairs. During my final year at Georgia Tech, I am the Director of Communications, in which I manage the social media accounts, coordinate email campaigns, and drive rectuirment efforts. Along with Epic Intentions, I am also an active member in TEDxGeorgiaTech and Georgia Tech Student Ambassadors.
Ananya Ghose – Director of Strategy
Hi! I’m Ananya, a 3rd year student studying Industrial Engineering and Global Development interested in utilizing emerging tech to power nonprofit + public sector growth. I’ve been involved in Epic Intentions since freshman year, and have really enjoyed the projects I’ve gotten to work on! I love interacting with passionate nonprofit leaders and being a part of a student team that’s united in its goal of making a positive impact in Atlanta, and I’m looking forward to seeing Epic continue to grow this year. Outside of Epic, catch me drinking copious amounts of coffee, gazing through the floor 7 Crosland tower windows, and online shopping for shoes I’ll never buy ✌🏼
Maya Menon – Director of External Affairs
Hey! I’m Maya, a 2nd year Industrial and Systems Engineering major concentrating in supply chain. I joined Epic Intentions as soon as my freshman year, and I’ve never looked back! I love the opportunity to help my community in such a unique way and the chance to develop new technical skills every semester. Outside of Epic Intentions, I am heavily involved in Women in Engineering, GTSF committees and the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers.
Aaron Brown – Director of Strategy
Hi, I’m Aaron Brown, a Third Year Industrial Engineering major. I joined Epic Intentions in the Spring of 2018 because I believe that through using skills and knowledge gained at GT to help others, ‘Progress through Service’ is the perfect embodiment of the GT Pillars of Progress and Service. Outside of Epic Intentions, I am in the GT Honors Program and am the Founder and CEO of TinToyArcade.com, where I sell retro reproduction, tin wind-up toys originally made in the early 1900s. Through photography, storytelling, and web design, I do my best to keep these age-old toys alive and loved.