The Team

Camille Abadie

Conference Director

Hello! My name is Camille Abadie. I’m a senior double majoring in Mass Communication and Educational Studies at Principia College and I’m from Pau, France. I’m the PAC Director and I’m very grateful for the team I get to work with this year!
I am also captain of the swimming and diving team, a French Teaching Assistant and a Pub Manager. I do photography and write for the student newspaper The Pilot!

Ure Ori Okike

Community Outreach manager

Hello, My name is Ure Ori Okike. I’m a senior from Abia State in south-eastern Nigeria. I live in the capital of Abuja and have been a member of the Principia community since highschool. I’m a Mass communication major with a focus in journalism. I have particular interest in Marketing, community relations and event logistics. I’m super excited to be working with the team on this year’s conference

Sophie Ungerleider

Speaker Outreach Manager

Hi, I’m Sophie Ungerleider I’m from New Jersey. I’m a junior and a mass communication major focusing in journalism with religious and global studies minors. I am an RA, a writing tutor, and I write and edit for the Pilot! I am also on the staff of the Mistake House Magazine and I will be a Wednesday reader this semester for Principia’s Christian Science Organization!

Gloria Ishimwe

Operations Manager

Hi, I’m Gloria Ishimwe! I am a junior double majoring in chemistry and sociology & anthropology from Kigali, Rwanda. Some of my hobbies include reading, watching T.V shows, and travelling to new spots! On campus, I am a Dining Services student manager, an ambassador for the Admissions team, and a member of the student senate.

Chris Ajuoga

Social Media Manager

Hello! My name is Chris Ajuoga and my guiding principle is a focus on value. Originally from Nairobi, Kenya, I am a junior at Principia with a double major in Mass Communication and Political Science (specifically international relations). I’m a firm believer that we must champion the change we want to see. For us to build a favorable tomorrow, we must be ready to confront the demons of today.