About Us

Eye2Eye is a student-run nonprofit service organization focused on the furthering of equality amongst all genders in the workplace and educational institutions. Eye2Eye was founded by students in Alpha Kappa Psi (Nu Chapter) at Boston University in 2016. The founders’ own experiences of workplace and collegiate discrimination shaped their drive to end gender inequality. They encountered gender bias across a multitude of industries, as well as within the business school at Boston University. These experiences, coupled with eye-opening research conducted by organizations like the ITUC, are what pushed the team to create Eye2Eye. Eye2Eye hopes to lessen the gender pay gap and end gender discrimination against all genders in the workplace and in schools not only across the nation but throughout the world.

In order to pursue equal footing for all genders, Eye2Eye focuses on two primary goals:



The research and the undeniable evidence of gender inequality continues to mount relentlessly. We can no longer watch as certain genders get paid less, looked over, underestimated, and sexually harassed in their place of work or education. Eye2Eye is fully committed to collecting research and raising awareness in a multitude of industries, as well as holding our annual conference to combat this epidemic. We aim to develop informational and unique research that will aid us in expanding to other universities so that we may lead the collegiate gender inequality research platform throughout the United States.

How Can You Help?

Eye2Eye is working towards a fair, equal, and just workforce where hard work, talent, and determination are the main measures of success. In order to achieve our milestones, we need your help. With your support, we can develop a platform that fosters change and continue to raise awareness across the nation. Please spread our message by following and sharing our soial media and our research. We thank you so much for your support!

Mission & Vision

Eye2Eye’s mission is:


Eye2Eye is a nonprofit organization at Boston University dedicated to raising awareness of gender inequality as well as focusing on the stimulation of confidence in students in a college environment. Gender equality in the workplace is a crucial issue that frequently gets brushed under the carpet. It affects all genders, and many times young professionals are not even aware of the discrimination that they are a victim of. We aim for a more equal workplace, starting with giving all genders the fair chance to be hired despite stereotypes and hiring biases.

We see a society where all genders are given equal opportunities socially, economically, and professionally.

Who We Are

Serena Nair


Hey everyone! My name is Serena. I’m an economics student with minors in business and computer science. I joined Eye2Eye four years ago because after entering college, I realized that there were many young men and women like me out there battling various issues within gender equality. My goal with this organization is to give both the information and resources to other students in college to be better prepared for the workforce. If you don’t find me figure skating, I’m probably out with a camera in hand roaming the Boston streets!


Clarissa Kuo

Alumni Advisor

Clarissa is a graduate of Boston University’s Class of 2018. She graduated with a degree in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Strategy & Innovation. As a former president of the organization, she is excited to help out as an adviser for Eye2Eye. Clarissa currently works in consulting at Accenture and lives in New York. In her free time, she likes to try new restaurants, race cars, and travel. 


Minette Wellborn

Executive Vice President

Hi, I’m Minette! I’m a junior in the Questrom School of Business. I joined Eye2Eye because I know there are still plenty of glass ceilings left to break. I enjoy exploring Boston with my friends, weekends at the lake, and long walks on the beach (with my dog).


Jack Griffith

Senior Vice President

Hi, I’m Jack! I am a finance and information systems concentrator within the Questrom school of business. I joined Eye2Eye in order to further educate myself on the issue of gender and sexuality inequalities and how I can make a difference. For fun I like to hang out with my friends, go shopping, go to the beach, and take pictures!


Emma Ahern

Co-Vice President of Operations

Hi, my name is Emma! I’m a sophomore within Questrom, concentrating in Marketing and Retail. I joined Eye2Eye because I want everyone, regardless of who they are, to believe that they can accomplish any goal they set out to achieve.


Rebecca Chang

Co-Vice President of Operations

I’m Rebecca and I’m a sophomore in Questrom! I like Eye2Eye’s mission in promoting gender equality. I am passionate about women’s rights. In particular I am passionate about women’s rights in terms of sexual and domestic assault.

Carlota Bombin

Vice President of Finance

My name is Carolota and I’m a sophomore within Questrom. I joined Eye2Eye because I want to help empower women in the workplace. Outside of Eye2Eye, I’m passionate about traveling.


Julia Fabbro

Co-Vice President of Marketing

Hi, my name is Julia and I’m a sophomore within Questrom, concentrating in Marketing. I joined Eye2Eye because AKPsi’s collection of motivated young professionals is the perfect group of people to bring awareness to the issue of gender inequality. I wanted to use my experiences and learn from others’ to improve on this issue as much as possible. Outside of Eye2Eye, I enjoy working out!


Katherine Tsai

Co-Vice President of Marketing

Hi I’m Katherine! I’m a sophomore in SHA, majoring in Hospitality Administration, with a concentration in Marketing. I joined Eye2Eye because I want to raise awareness to the issue of gender inequality. I believe that everyone, regardless of their identity, should have an equal voice in the workplace. Besides my interest in women’s rights, I enjoy traveling and language learning!


Kayla Yoo

Vice President of Logistics

My name is Kayla Yoo and I’m a junior in Sargent, majoring in Health Science. I joined Eye2Eye because I wanted to take the initiative to become an active member in a movement that brought awareness to an issue that I personally felt was overlooked. In my free time, I enjoy baking and sharing my treats with others!


Tyler Jett

Meeting Coordinator

Hi I’m Tyler! I’m an International Relations major with minors in Chinese and Economics. I love learning new languages, zumba, long boarding, traveling and little spontaneous excursions are the best, and I’m very into social advocacy and politics!


Nicole Chernoff

Conference Coordinator

Charisma Nguyen

Director of Public Relations

Hi, I’m Charisma and I’m a junior in CAS, majoring in Mathematics & Computer Science. I’m working with Eye2Eye because I want to be apart of an organization whose mission is to create change in order to better the community we’re apart of. Through the process of educating and spreading knowledge, we’re one step closer to solving the inequality of gender and sexuality in the workplace and along the way, better ourselves. I’m also passionate about studying European history and current affairs.


Kelly Yu

Director of Events

Hi, I’m Kelly! I’m a junior in QST, concentrating in Finance and Strategy. I believe that businesses succeed when there is equal representation in professions, therefore I joined Eye2Eye to help bridge the gender gap and to encourage my community to recognize it as an issue. Outside of Eye2Eye, I’m passionate about solving problems and creating social impact through other nonprofit management.


Daniel Ayash

Director of Fundraising


Chae Kim

Director of Research

Hi, I’m Chae! I am a Junior in the Questrom School of Business, pursuing a concentration in Marketing and Strategy. I joined Eye2Eye to help progress and involve myself with an important movement that fights to achieve gender equality. Outside of Eye2Eye, I enjoy discovering new music and love animals!


Tiffany Jeong

Hi, my name is Tiffany and I’m a senior in CAS, majoring in Cellular Biology/Molecular Genetics. I joined Eye2Eye because not all genders have the same professional opportunities. Regardless of whether these inequalities are systematic or cultural, it is a reality that will continue to reproduce itself unless people with access to higher education pave the way for others with less access. I believe it is my responsibility to leverage my education and social opportunities to advance the position of women everywhere. Outside of Eye2Eye, I love plants! I am starting my own bonsai collection and enjoy botanical sketching in my free time.


James Bishop

Nisha Sweet

My name is Nisha and I’m a sophomore, concentrating in Marketing within Questrom. I’ve always been passionate about gender equality and would love to expand my knowledge about the subject and educate the public. Outside of Eye2Eye, I’m passionate about fashion.


Ben Wood


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You can reach us at: bueye2eye@gmail.com

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Date: April 18th, 2020

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