Dylan Clark

Dylan is a sophomore from Dallas, Texas who is planning on studying Economics. His crowning achievement is being awarded “Hardest Working Player” on his High School basketball team senior year, a season in which he averaged roughly 1/3 of a point per game. He was also the editor of his high school’s newspaper, which won a Pacemaker and is a Gold Crown finalist.


Geoffrey Martello
Co-Editor in Chief

Geoffrey Martello is a junior in Pforzheimer House concentrating in neurobiology. In addition to his work with LIHC, Geoffrey is Co-President of Advocating Success for Kids, writes for the Harvard Crimson, and is Vice-President of the Harvard Pre-Medical Society. Outside of his Harvard responsibilities, he loves exploring all the great food and entertainment Cambridge and Boston have to offer – the North End is a personal favorite.


Annie Schugart
Co-Editior in Chief

Annie Schugart is a sophomore in Pforzheimer, and she is thrilled to be a part of the Harvard Leadership Magazine through which she can merge her passions for both journalism and leadership. Originally from Kansas City, Annie writes/photographs for The Crimson and freelances for publications such as Huffington Post and USA Today. Additionally, she is the founder of the National Teen Council, engaging youth across the nation in leadership and community involvement. Outside of these interests, Annie is also involved in dance, flute, theater, Divest Harvard, and is a Harvard cheerleader.

Olivia Blanchard
Co-Editior in Chief

Olivia is a freshman in Pennypacker, originally from Bethesda, MD. She is a pre-medical student and is interested in studying molecular and cellular biology, with a citation in Russian language. Outside of LIHC, she volunteers at the Y2Y homeless shelter, and is a member of the Harvard HealthPALS, where she works to improve communication amongst diverse youth and promote wellness in the Harvard community. Leadership and leadership training have always been a part of her life through theater, public speaking, and drama. She hopes to extend her leadership experience to include expanding the Harvard College Leadership Review.