Meet the 2018 Student Leaders


Marya Lieb 

Nursing '19


Marya is a nursing student from Easton, PA who is still thrilled that she gets to study in her favorite city! She's passionate about emergency medicine, her close knit family, and most importantly, her Catholic faith. In her free time, she loves to explore the city, listen to country music and read a good book. 


James Treacy

Engineering '19

Vice President

James is currently a junior in Chemical Engineering.  He hails from a small town in Connecticut (but not from the shore like most people would assume when you say "I'm from Connecticut"). He's a member of Navy ROTC, so you may see him walking around campus not dressed like other college students. When he's not completing problem sets, he enjoys adventuring into the city to see what Philly has to offer! He is excited and ready to serve as the new Vice President for the Newman Center.


John Ortega

Health and Societies '20

John is a native Clevelander and, as an avid fan of Cleveland's professional sports teams, is not afraid to let everyone know that. In addition being involved with the Newman Center as a board member and work-study intern, he serves as a Mentorship Chair on iCARE (International Children's Alliance and Outreach Exchange) and as a volunteer at Why Not Prosper through the Civic House's Civic Scholars program. John loves to watch and analyze movies in addition to being involved in photography. He is proud to have been raised under a Jesuit-high school education and credits his high school experiences for profoundly shaping who he is today. His favorite vegetable is, of course, the radish.


Gabbie Ramos

Nursing '19

Number four out of five kids, Gabbie is a Sophomore Nursing Student minoring in Global Health. She firmly believes there is no line separating loving the college experience and practicing her faith as a devout Catholic. She absolutely loves the adventure that comes with energetically pursuing both! Her passions include talking to the homeless on the Philly streets, jumping out and scaring the ladies she lives with in the Newman Women's Household, figuring out ways to travel to as many new places as possible, disinfecting everything and everyone, taking tons of candid photos of the people closest to her, Youth Ministry, and "laughing without fear of the future.”

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