Jordan is a fourth-year Eminence Fellow pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Korean Studies. Passionate about advocating for restored citizens in the realm of employment and beyond, Jordan serves PassGo as both the President and Chair of the Employment Opportunity Committee. Additionally, Jordan volunteers as an intern in the Reentry division at the Department of Youth Services, where she works to help prepare youth for life after incarceration. After graduation, Jordan plans to pursue a career in corrections, where she will continue to be an advocate for those whose lives are touched by the criminal justice system.
Eleni is a fourth-year Eminence Fellow responsible for overseeing the officers, facilitating communication between all members, and coordinating meetings and events. Additionally, she serves as the primary contact and external representative for the organization. Eleni promotes group morale, sets goals for the organization and provides general support and leadership. She plans to attend law school and aspires to utilize her knowledge of human behavior in the field of criminal law, potentially as a civil rights lawyer.
Chelsea is a third-year Spanish major and Business minor from Nelsonville, Ohio. As Treasurer, Chelsea is responsible for ensuring the continued financial success of PassGo so that the group may continue to bring people closer to meaningful employment. Chelsea also works as a member of the outreach and recruitment branches of PassGo on projects including GED tutoring. She participates in the College of Arts and Sciences Student Council as the Division Representative for the Arts and Humanities.
VP of Membership and Recruitment
Rachel Helbing is a third-year Criminology major from Pataskala, Ohio. She is responsible for overseeing internal OSU community marketing efforts as well as creating a standardized message across external communications. In addition to her work with PassGo, much of her time is dedicated to The Ohio State University Marching Band, where she is head of the undergraduate staff. Rachel has been completing an internship with The State of Ohio- Department of Administrative Services, in their cyber security area. Upon graduation, Rachel hopes to continue her work with the government and hopefully move somewhere warmer.
VP of Technology
Ben Hood is a fourth-year Neuroscience major, and is responsible for developing and maintaining the organization’s website and facilitating communication with clients. He serves the community with over a decade of service to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and through participation in the Theatre Arts Group (TAG), which is an after-school program that helps high school students write and perform their own plays. After his undergraduate studies, Ben hopes to attend medical school and specialize in neuroprosthetics or neuroengineering.
Roshini Srinivasan is a fourth-year Nutrition Sciences major, minoring in Integrative Approaches to Health and Wellness. As part of the Eminence Fellows Class of 2018, she serves as the Class Representative on the Leadership Council, and works as a member of the PassGo advocacy group on ventures including the prison book drive. Aside from school, she adores singing, theatre, and reading – oh, and of course, cooking!