Ellice McDonald is a vibrant student enjoying her last college years at University of Illinois at Chicago. Although she finds herself in love with many things her top 4 have to be Chicago, sports, film and music. Her love for film led her to minor in Moving Arts and Images while majoring in Communications.
In her spare time Ellice loves to learn about the history of other cultures, watch countless amount of music videos, and attend exciting events over the city with her friends. She also has retired from her 10 year volleyball career but now finds joy in lifting and jumping rope.
Born, raised, and currently still residing on the south side of Chicago, Ellice is infatuated with everything Chicago, from its food to events to architecture to communities. Aware of Chicago's challenges, Ellice's goal is to help the underrepresented citizens of Chicago by either building a more a fruitful relationships between them and the city officials or by telling their stories through documentaries. Either way Ellice plans to use her creativity to help the city she loves so much.
Her job at the United Center and Sox field lets her be around the sports she loves, watch free concerts and meet athletes! Even though she complains every time she has to clock in, she secretly cherishes every minute of her job.
Ellice's family inspires her everyday from her oldest sister, Grand, graduating with her PhD this year to her other sister, Frances, attending NYU law school in the fall. Don't be fooled though, in their free time these sisters love to go out and dance. Ellice can't wait to turn 21 this summer so she can embark on more adventures with her sisters. He gorgeous Siberian husky inspires her as well by his ability to enjoy this 0 degree Chicago weather.
Ellice is shocked she hasn't heard of Mogul before since she finds it essential for women to help each other reach their full potential and for them to have a safe place to express their ideas and find career opportunities. She hopes to bring creative innovative ideas to Mogul at UIC to help them not only reach more women but become a dominate club at UIC.