Meet Our Leadership
Quentaya is a senior in Biomedical Engineering. As president, she oversees all BMES activities and serves as a liaison between BMES members, the department and other student organizations. She enjoys self-care activities and watching horror films. She is involved in several other student organizations and also serves as VP of the National Council of Negro Women.
Emily is a junior in biomedical engineering with a biomechanical concentration, an MDP minor, and an international minor. When not in LBME you can usually find her in the Wilson Center working with her M-HEAL project team or hanging with her fellow brothers in Beta Mu Epsilon.
As Vice President, she is excited to bring our members closer together and facilitate more faculty involvement in the organization. She is always open to answering any questions you may have as a BME student.
Betsy Strehl is a senior with a concentration in biomechanics and is so excited to be a part of the BMES executive board. When not in LBME, you can most likely find her with Courtney in the (B)Ugli doing homework or hanging out in dorm Community Centers. Her favorite BME course thus far is BME 458, because it was the first time she was able to take all her engineering knowledge and put it to the test by building devices, even making an EEG for her final project!
Courtney is a senior with a concentration in biomechanics and a minor in Asian Languages and Cultures with a focus on Japanese. Courtney is in her third year as BMES Secretary. On campus, she volunteers at SAPAC, UHS, and the Ann Arbor VA Hospital.
When not in class, you can catch Courtney in the basement of the Ugli with her BME Girl Squad, in the School of Nursing working on research, or hanging out with her cat, Ruthie, named after Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She is extremely involved in her research lab, and is applying to medical school next year.
Courtney is very happy to answer any questions about publishing research as an undergrad, balancing pre-med with engineering, or anything related!
Dylan is a junior in Biomedical Engineering with a Biochemical Concentration. In his role as publicity and networking chair he manages BMES social media platforms and this website. He also publicizes events and assists with University-wide events such as Giving Blueday.
Medical Events Chair
Truman is a sophomore majoring in Biomedical Engineering and minoring in German. As the BMES medical events chair, he organizes interactions with various medical professionals and students. He is also the director of community service for the UofM Rugby Football Club.