Matthew moore '19, President
Matthew Moore was born and raised in the Greater Los Angeles area, and currently lives in the city of Chino Hills, California. He is a rising Junior concentrating in Government with a secondary in Economics and is a resident of Mather House. As President, Matthew aims to reinvigorate BMF’s commitment to public service and personal growth among the membership, while also continuing to expand the organization’s appeal to a greater number of individuals in the Harvard community and beyond.
Matthew sarpong '19, VICE-PRESIDENT
Matthew Sarpong was born in New Orleans, LA but raised in Jackson, MS. He is a rising junior living in Kirkland House and concentrating in Economics with a secondary in Sociology. As Vice President, Sarpong desires to cultivate an environment that embodies the standards of the Black Men’s Forum: brotherhood, manhood, and fidelity. Sarpong will accomplish these goals by continuing to connect with the membership and provide more outreach to the greater black community, while also relying on the innovative minds that make up the Executive board.
AngeL Onuoha-onyekuru '20, development chair
Angel Onuoha-Onyekuru, of Nigerian descent, was born in Fort Collins, Colorado and raised in Houston, TX. He is a rising sophomore concentrating in Economics and living in Winthrop House. As Development Chair, Angel plans to increase sponsorships and internship opportunities for the organization, while informing the membership of occupational possibilities through career panels.
amadou camara '20, treasurer
Amadou Camara was born in New York City to two immigrants from Guiniea. He is a rising sophomore concentrating in Applied Math with Economics and Computer Science. As Treasurer, Amadou plans to organize and budget BMF events efficiently, to allocate the fund effectively, and to improve the overall financial health of BMF. Amadou also plans to aid in the betterment of an inclusive space for all members.
Johnny powell '20, brotherhood chair
Johnny Powell is a sophomore from Greensboro, NC. He is interested in concentrating in Chemistry and is a member of Pforzheimer House. Johnny envisions VMF becoming a brotherhood in the truest sense of the word. As Brotherhood Chair, Johnny plans to strengthen membership by engaging members on a more personal level and revamping the Big Sibling program.
ian hayes '20, political action chair
Ian Hayes was born in Greenville, NC but raised in West Chester, OH. Ian, a rising sophomore in Pforzheimer House, plans to concentrate in Social Studies with a focus in health disparities and their effects on minority communities. As Political Action Chair, Ian aims to help foster a more politically informed and engaged organization, not only in relation to issues that affect the black community directly but also in relation to those that affect other marginalized groups on campus.
ethan ambrose '20, secretary
Ethan Ambrose was born and raised in Crown Heights located in Brooklyn, New York. He is a rising sophomore, living in Pforzheimer House, who intends to concentrate in Neurobiology with a secondary in Social Anthropology. As communication chair, Ethan intends to ensure that everyone who is interested in attending events hosted by the Black Men's Forum are aware of when and where all events will be taking place. By doing so, Ethan intends to strengthen the ties between the Black Men's Forum and the greater Harvard community.
jason bell rose '20, social chair
Jason Bell Rose was born and raised in New Rochelle, New York. He is rising sophomore concentrating in Sociology. As social chair, he hopes to foster a more diverse range of activities, events, and outings for BMF membership. His primary objective is to create events that bring people all backgrounds together and nurture fruitful interactions between members.
jordy rodriguez '20, inclusivity chair
My name is Jordy Rodriguez, and I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. I am concentrating in Applied Mathematics with a focus in Economics. As inclusivity chair, I will work diligently to make BMF a positively impactful community to all black men on this campus. Because it is a new position, I am prepared to collaborate with all black organizations at Harvard to learn how BMF can become a more welcoming community to everyone and to make myself a valuable resource to anyone who would like to join BMF at any time during their time at Harvard.
gevin reynolds '19, alumni relations chair
Gevin Reynolds was born in Indianapolis, Indiana but has lived in Atlanta, Georgia for the past fifteen years. A junior in Dunster House, Gevin is concentrating in Neurobiology but has interest in many fields and plans to eventually go into politics. As Alumni Chair, Gevin plans on dynamically engaging Harvard alumni in order to help BMF members grow academically, professionally, and in the realm of public service.
michael phillips '20, COMMUNITY SERVICE CHAIR
Michael Phillips was born in Baltimore, Maryland and raised in Reisterstown, Maryland. He is a rising sophomore currently concentrating in Economics. As Public Service Chair, Michael plans to reconnect the culture of BMF to its pledge to serve the community to the best of its ability. He hopes to do this by providing a diverse set of programs run through the PBHA which have proved successful models of keeping people engaged in community service throughout the year.