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Student Events and Activities Board

About the SEA Board

As the premier student-run programming board at Nova Southeastern University, the mission of the Student Events and Activities Board (S.E.A. Board) is to be a student-led organization that enhances and engages the Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Community by providing a variety of social, cultural, and traditional events. S.E.A. Board is dedicated to creating a strong campus community, by engaging students through diverse events and providing leadership opportunities.

SEA Board has nine student workers who lead the planning and implementation of the events, an advisor to oversee the students, a programming assistant to aid with the day to day tasks, and many other student volunteers who help make the events successful


2018-2019 Student Events and Activities Board (SEA Board)

Cristal is the President of S.E.A. Board, the premier programming board on campus. This being her second year in S.E.A. Board, she is well rounded in many of the positions. Originally being from Queens, New York, she decided to attend Nova Southeastern University to enjoy the Florida sun. Being a junior, she is involved in many organizations such as Psychology Club and one of the founders for Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority, Incorporated. She is also a member of President 64 as well is on the executive board for the Psychology Club. She works as the leader of S.E.A. Board and coordinates all activities that happen in the Board. Catch her always in the S.E.A. Board office or strolling around with her sisters! Her goal is for S.E.A. Board to be the main programming board on campus and create lasting memories for all.

Dylan Ramey is the Vice President of Operations for SEA Board. He makes sure that all events are being executed efficiently and correctly. He also works on the back end to make sure events are funded. He is extremely involved, and you can often see him running around campus from one meeting to the next. If you are looking to collaborate with SEA Board just email

Without members, S.E.A. Board would not be able to put on all the incredible events that happen throughout the semester! Our 2018-2019 Membership and Development Chair, Joy Oni, works hard to keep track of our amazing members, run our bi-weekly General Body Meetings, and engage everyone through fun bonding activities. Joy hopes to ensure that every S.E.A. Board member can have an unforgettable NSU experience that they get to make their own.

We'll be announcing a new 2018-2019 Traditions Chair so stay tuned!

Julissa Gonzalez, the S.E.A Thursday Chair, is all for bringing the NSU community and outside community together. By clicking here and signing up for a table at S.E.A .Thursday, this event allows on-campus clubs and departments, along with our vendors to participate and showcase themselves and/or services to our students to give them the opportunity to join and be active on campus! This event is hosted in the Spine inside the Don Taft University Center every 1st and 3rd Thursday from Noon - 1 PM! You wouldn't want to miss out on the fun!

Anjali is a sophomore studying Health Administration in the Dual Admission Program for Osteopathic Medicine. She holds the Trips and Recreation Chair with S.E.A. Board and cannot wait for this year!  The Trips and Recreation Chair plans multiple events designed to get students off campus and enjoy the culture of South Florida. Past events include a trip to the Botanical Gardens, a day trip to Key West, and many more! Students are either taken for free or given an extreme discount offered only to NSU students. Fun facts about Neira - She is involved in Razor's Edge Shark Cage and is a Resident Assistant on campus. She loves to travel, try new restaurants, and play tennis. You can always find her studying outside with friends or in the SEA Board Office!

Neira is a sophomore at NSU studying to become a dentist for special needs one day. She is the Multicultural and Diversity Chair at SEA Board for 2018-2019. The Multicultural and Diversity Chair offers the NSU community a look into the diversity within the college through a handful of exciting events. These events include food from different cultures, music from different countries, and general information on minorities that you would never have known! Past and future events include the NoH8 Campaign in honor of Coming Out Week, Hispanic Heritage and Black History Month Celebrations, Fastathon, Chinese New Years Day, and many more! Neira loves to actively learn about and celebrate other cultures and try to travel as often as she can. She also loves helping people, animals, painting, music, and lastly her friends and family.

How are you going to know about an event if you don't see an advertisement for it? That's where our Marketing and Promotions Chair, Ebunaé McBean, comes in! As a third-year student here at NSU, Ebunaé loves to put her creativity to the test to find new ways to excite and inform NSU students about upcoming events planned by S.E.A Board! Keep a look out for some amazing flyers, posters, social media posts, and freebies! 

Who likes to have fun in the middle of the day!? Who needs a break to do something exciting in between your classes?! I hope you do! Vicky Abraham is our amazing Daytime Programming Chair who is responsible for programming events on campus during the lunch hour devoted for NSU students. Some great events that are going to be planned this year are: Decal Up Your Laptop/ Back to School Giveaways, Make Your Own Acai Bowl, Spa Day and many more!! Be sure to come out and have some fun during your lunchtime! 

Marina is a fourth-year pre-pharmacy biology major.Her family is originally from Egypt. Her favorite things to do are go to the beach and go kayaking. She works hard to plan and put on events like Halloween parties and Bingo Nights. She also helps to bring comedy and other variety acts onto campus. These nighttime events generally have free food and giveaway items that students can take back with them, so make sure you come out and enjoy our free on-campus entertainment!

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