Katie Regittko (they/them), Co-Chair
Major: Sociology major; Medical Anthropology and Health and Society double minor
Class Year: Junior
I embody because: Marginalized individuals are more likely to experience an eating disorder but less likely to receive a diagnosis or treatment -- that must and can change.
Fun fact: I'm a member of Healthy Heels Ambassadors and work with an organization called Trans Folx Fighting Eating Disorders when I'm not loving on Embody Carolina.
Jessica McGee (she,her), Co-Chair
I embody because: Being vulnerable and honest about an eating disorder is easier to do with people who support and respect you!
Fun fact: I was the commencement speaker at Wake Technical Community College’s fall 2019 graduation ceremony!
Heather Riesebeck (she/her)
Class Year: Sophomore
Major: Human Development and Family Studies
Minor: Social and Economic Justice
Exec position: Training Coordinator & Social media
Hometown: Garner, NC
I embody because: There is an incredible outpour of support and sense of unity within Embody and I'm proud to be a part of group full of such positivity.
Fun fact: I'm obsessed with New Girl & my personality is a combo of Schmidt and Winston