Nicole Fintel ’24 | President
Nicole Fintel is a violinist studying Government and Environmental Science & Public Policy. She is originally from Lincoln, Nebraska and currently resides in Cabot House. Outside of MSO, Nicole is the Training Director of the Massachusetts Small Claims Advisory Service (SCAS), leads a team of 15 researchers as the Co-Chair of the Institute of Politics Criminal Justice Policy Program, works as a research assistant to a law professor, and is involved in several other IOP, PBHA, and environmental organizations on campus. Her other hobbies include ballet, hiking, hanging out in museums, and admiring the works of Tchaikovsky and Vivaldi. Nicole joined MSO her very first semester at Harvard and is honored to serve as President this year!
Ben Hintzman ’24 | Vice President
Ben Hintzman is a pianist studying Mathematics and Music. He is from Superior, Wisconsin but is currently a junior in Leverett House. At Harvard, Ben spends much of his time as a CA in the Math and Statistics Departments, and he’s also involved in running the high school Harvard Model UN Conference every January. He has also spent his past few summers working in his hometown’s Parks & Rec program, and he spends most of his free time swimming, hanging out with friends and family at his cabin, and, of course, playing piano and organ. Ben has been a member of MSO since his freshman year and is excited to be Vice President this year!
Erin Guetzloe ’23 | Treasurer
Erin Guetzloe is a pianist residing in Quincy, who is planning to concentrate in Government along with History and Literature or Economics. Born and raised in San Antonio, TX, she is savoring every minute of her time in beautiful, historic New England – especially the gorgeous fall colors. Apart from MSO, Erin is involved with the Phillip Brooks House Association and the Institute of Politics, where she participates in the Harvard Political Union and the Women’s Initiative in Leadership. In her free time, she enjoys dancing with the O’Shea-Chaplin Irish Dance Academy, accompanying for choral groups, reading classic literature, exploring Boston, drinking copious amounts of coffee and tea, and spending time with friends.
Daniel Nunez Huaracha ’22
Trang Truong ’21
Sheridan Marsh ’20
Danielle Katz ’19