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© 2019 Student Greenhouse Project

Leadership

Jacob Bruner

President

Year in School: Senior


Major: Mechanical Engineering & Horticulture


Why is he a part of the Student Greenhouse Project: It’s the perfect intersection between his love for engineering and growing plants. He loves working with the team as they all share the vision of bringing something to MSU that will not only benefit the students, but also serve as a place for inspiration, collaboration, and discovery for everyone who visits. Not to mention it will be a great place to visit in the winter!


Other clubs and activities: Rocketry Team, UAV Team, and Ham Radio Club.

brunerj@msu.edu

linkedin.com/in/jacobbruner

Joseph Lietaert

Vice President

Year in School: Junior


Major: Applied Engineering with a Focus in Supply Chain Management


Why is he a part of the Student Greenhouse Project: He is passionate about creating the change for MSU and bringing the community together in an inclusive environment. He loves the community and family that he has created through the Student Greenhouse Project. Pushing the biodome forward to construction will create a lasting impact to the students, faculty and community, and he wants to leave MSU knowing that he made a difference.


Other clubs and activities: Society of Applied Engineering Sciences, Leadership Advantage, and Ski Club.

lietaer@msu.edu

linkedin.com/in/joseph-lietaert-19aa49153

Matthew Rightor

Secretary

Year in School: Senior


Major: Mechanical Engineering and Supply Chain Management


Why is he a part of the Student Greenhouse Project: He decided to join the SGP because of the project’s potential to enhance students’ lives. He feels that the biodome will have an incredible impact on students and the broader East Lansing community.


Other clubs and activities: Spartan Christian Fellowship, Student Co-op Advisory Council, and internships with Dow Chemical and Shell.

rightorm@msu.edu

linkedin.com/in/matthew-rightor

Jimmy Almacddissi

Marketing Team Lead

Year in School: Fifth Year Senior


Major: Physics and Mechanical Engineering (Aerospace Concentration)


Why is he a part of the Student Greenhouse Project: He sees a lot of strength in other members of the club and truly believes that together, we can make the Biodome a reality.


Other clubs and activities: Judo Club, Unmanned Systems Club, Physics Club

almacddi@msu.edu

linkedin.com/in/jimmyalmacddissi/

Neil Fortman

ASMSU Representative

Year in School: Junior


Major: Mechanical Engineering and Economics


Why is he a part of the Student Greenhouse Project: Legacy. He wants to be able to come back to MSU after he graduates and say that he helped put the biodome on campus.


Other clubs and activities: ASMSU Sophomore Class Council and works in the Chief Engineer Department at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.

fortmann@msu.edu

linkedin.com/in/neil-fortman-3a0b96149

Phillip Lamoureux

Director

Why is he a part of the Student Greenhouse Project: His belief in the vision of the Biodome as a life changing nature engagement center has motivated him to pour himself into this project for two decades.

p.lamoureux1@gmail.com

linkedin.com/in/phillip-lamoureux-23654031

Joshua Rae

Webmaster

Year in School: Junior


Major: Environmental Studies and Sustainability


Why is he a part of the Student Greenhouse Project:  He is really inspired by the concept of the Biodome, and seeing the project's goals of bringing people together and putting more nature in people's lives gave him a lot of hope for our generation and future generations. He saw an exciting opportunity to be one one the people that helps get the project on it's feet.

raejoshu@msu.edu

linkedin.com/in/joshua-rae-a82887168