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Warner Lamar, Director

Warner is a sophomore studying computer science from Nashville, TN. After graduation, he hopes to go into software development. His spirit animal is an orangutan. Warner is very passionate about the homeless crisis across the country and strives to make an impact in the town he now calls home. 

Mary Ashley Murrah

Mary Ashley is a sophomore from Memphis, TN majoring in economics and minoring in entrepreneurship. She is passionate about determining the various intersections between social responsibility and innovation and is excited to see the ways in which the FOF diversion fund will create impact within a seemingly untouchable crisis: homelessness in Chapel Hill.    

Jack Doby, Financial Chair

Jack is a junior from Fort Worth, Texas majoring in Economics with a minor in Business and Entrepreneurship.  Jack is looking to pursue a career in Commercial Real Estate upon graduating from UNC and enjoys arguing sports with friends in his free time. Jack is excited about his financial role because it lies at an intersection of his academic interests and giving back to the community. 

Nate Miller

Nate is a sophomore from Denver, Colorado majoring in Business Administration and minoring in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. Nate is passionate about raising awareness for homeless diversion, and is excited to create an extensive network of passionate UNC alumni.

Austin Cobb

Austin is a junior from Raleigh, NC majoring in Business Administration with a minor in Statistics and Analytics. Upon graduation, he is pursuing a career in management consulting. In his free time he enjoys watching UNC basketball. Lastly, Austin recognizes the need for diversion in Chapel Hill and is grateful to play a part in filling this gap.

We also want to give a huge thank you to our fundraisers! In addition to our executive team above, we have around 20 students that help to make sure that we can continue operations by reaching out to alumni and other members of the Chapel Hill family for monetary donations. We truly could not do it without them.