Meet Our Leadership Team

Minh Ha, President
Minh Ha's involvement with ACB Students started in 2012 when she was a recipient of an ACB scholarship. She is currently a senior at Boston College, double majoring in Sociology and Applied Psychology and Human Development with a minor in Environmental Studies. She hopes to pursue a Master's degree in Non-Profit Management after college. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts with her first guide dog from Guide Dogs for the Blind, an energetic yellow lab named Viva.

Minh is extremely passionate about social justice issues, especially those concerning disability rights and preserving the environment. When she is not in class, she keeps busy by staying involved with various organizations in the Boston College community. She is currently the Director of Programming for the Council for Students with Disabilities, a Senior Representative for Boston College Charity: Water, and she facilitates discussions for freshmen and sophomores through Boston College Ignition and Kairos.

During her free time, Minh likes to be a home-body and read as many books as possible-except the ones required for class-and drink copious amounts of coffee with cream and sugar. Some of her other hobbies include singing in her church choir, making beautiful craft projects, and snuggling with her adorable puppy. Minh is very excited to serve on the ACBS Board and start planning events for the upcoming year!

Sarah Wiles, First Vice President
Sarah Wiles started her involvement with ACB Students in 2012 when she was a co-editor for the Student Advocate. She currently attends Boston College Law School with her Seeing Eye dog, a black lab named Renee. She originally comes from Springfield, Massachusetts, where she attended Western New England University, and graduated in 2014 with her Bachelor's in Psychology.

At Boston College, she represents her classmates in the Women's Law Center, a student organization that advocates for the rights of women in The legal community. She mentors undergraduate students from BC who are interested in attending law school, through the Eagle-to-Eagle Mentoring Program. For the summer of 2015, she was the legal intern for the Massachusetts Office on Disability, where she conducted research on current and pertinent legal issues involving disability rights.

After a long day of studying, she enjoys singing and snuggling with her dog. She also loves to travel, whether it's exploring Boston, or going abroad. She is excited to continue her work with ACB Students as first vice president.

Tamara Lomax, Second Vice President

Jessica Minneci, Treasurer

Abby Edwards, Secretary

Tiffany Jolliff, Immediate Past President
Tiffany Jolliff has been involved with ACB and ACB Students since 2010. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Illinois State University and a Master of Science degree in Organization Development Knowledge Management from George Mason University. Tiffany lives in Arlington, Virginia with her guide dog, Railey. She works as a Program Specialist in the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy, where she helps educate employers about resources for hiring people with disabilities.

When she isn't at work or writing papers for classes, Tiffany is generally attached to her Victor Reader Stream, reading as much fiction as she can download from BARD. Her addiction to lattes is nearing a crisis point, but she is okay with that.

Tiffany loves ACBS and can't wait to work with this great group for the next year.

Emily Sheets, Editor

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