It's On Us
About Our Organization
Marist It’s On Us is a chapter of a national organization that focuses on ending sexual assault on college campuses. Our club focuses on survivor support, sexual assault awareness, online dating safety and bystander intervention. We strive to create an inclusive environment for survivors as well as Marist students. At It’s On Us, we hear you, we believe you, and we will fight for you.
President: Grace Leavitt
- Responsible for working closely with the other members to plan future events and meetings.
Vice President: Alexandra Theroux
- Responsible for working closely with the other members to make sure the club is running smoothly, as well as help plan events.
Secretary: Bella Gusmano
- Responsible for helping connect the student body to our club by sending emails and contacting other clubs for collaboration purposes.
Treasurer: Alexis Colucci
- Responsible for managing the club’s budget and helps plan how to spend our funds.
Social Media Chair: Catherine Feddeck
- Responsible for creating Instagram posts and stories to inform Marist students about club news.
Events Chair: Camryn Lowndes
- Responsible for helping to plan upcoming events and connect with other clubs to collaborate.
During the spring 2022 semester, our group plans to host three meetings and three events. Dates and times are listed below:
- February 7: First General Meeting
- February 15: First Event
- February 28: Second General Meeting
- March 22: Second Event
- April 11: Third General Meeting
- April 20: Third Event
Earn Priority Points through Clubs and Activities
To earn one (1) point: Members must attend a minimum of 50% of club/organization meetings for the semester and 50% of club/organization activities.
To earn two (2) points: Members must attend a minimum of 50% of club/organization meetings for the semester and 75% of club/organization activities PLUS the community service event.
To earn three (3) points (executive board only): Officers must attend 50% of club meetings for the semester and 100% of club activities including community service. If executive board members do not complete all of the requirements to earn three points, they will be eligible to receive up to two points based on the above criteria.