The BIG Alumni page is to highlight past members of the Boston Intercollegiate Government.


Emmanuel College Representative

  • Member '20

  • Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, FL

  • BIG Committees: Public Relations

"I was approached by BU & NEU in the Fall of 2019 and loved how we were able to sit down and collaborate together and share about our respective schools. It was the goal of unification of the Greater Boston Area students that drew me to join BIG."

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Harvard College Representative

  • Member '20

  • Hometown: Hattiesburg, MS

  • BIG Committees: Governmental Affairs

"The ability to meet other leaders in the area was something that was really appealing to me."


UMass Boston Representative 

  • Member '20

  • Hometown: Braintree, MA

  • BIG Committees: Governmental Affairs, Intercollegiate Affairs

"Initially I was made aware of BIG when I was trying to start an intercollegiate project regarding commuter students. As the COVID-19 pandemic began, I found that BIG was going to be a valuable resource for all of our schools in sharing information and representing student needs."

Richard Li, '21

Northeastern University Representative

  • Member '20

  • Hometown: Bay Area, California

  • BIG Committees: Governmental Affairs

"Change in politics and government comes when people band together to amplify everyone's voice. BIG represents an opportunity for students and schools to work as an impactful coalition influencing how things are done in the Boston area. I joined BIG because I wanted to make an impact and because young people matter in the political process. They are a major constituency group and deserve a seat at the table when it comes to shaping our political, economic, and social environments."


Boston College Representative 

  • Member '20-'21

  • Hometown: Salem, New Hampshire

  • BIG Committees: Governmental Affairs, Intercollegiate Affairs

"I was drawn to BIG because there were initiatives that I was working on within the BC community that applied to the Greater Boston Area and the other universities that it encompasses, and BIG was the perfect opportunity to collaborate with other students to advocate for these important changes"