Cadet Staff Biographies

Battalion Commander
Cadet Sarah Gloyn
Cadet Gloyn is from Coulee City, Washington and is studying journalism at Boston University with a minor in psychology. Cadet Gloyn has participated in the Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency program where she worked trained with and taught English to the military forces in Montenegro. Cadet Gloyn also traveled to Vilseck, Germany in the Cadet Troop Leading Training program where she served as platoon leader under the guidance of a Field Artillery 1LT in the 2nd Cavalry Regiment. At the Leadership Development and Assessment Course she received an overall “excellence” rating, placed number one in her platoon, and top five percent in the regiment. Currently Cadet Gloyn serves as the National Honor Society of Scabbard and Blade Commander and Battalion Commander. She hopes to serve in the Signal branch.

Battalion Executive Officer
Cadet Kyle Schembechler
Cadet Schembechler is a native of Dunstable, Massachusetts and is majoring in history with a minor in international relations at Boston University. Cadet Schembechler joined the Charles River Battalion as a sophomore after transferring from Norwich University. He has participated in color guard, Leadership Development Assessment Course at Fort Knox, Ky, and served as a Basic Training Platoon Leader with the 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment as part of the DCLT professional development program. Cadet Schembechler serves as the executive officer of the national honor society Scabbard and Blade Kilo Company, 6th Regiment and hopes to branch Field Artillery.

Command Sergeant Major
Cadet Tyler Wojtasinski
Cadet Wojtasinski is a native of Braintree, Massachusetts and is studying physics and mathematics at Boston University. Cadet Wojtasinski has attended Project GO in Shanghai, China to study Chinese, a military to military Cultural Understanding and Language Program mission in Paraguay, and Cadet Troop Leader Training with 1st Information Operations Command (Land), Intelligence and Security Command. At LDAC, Cadet Wojtasinski received an overall “excellence” rating, placed number one in his platoon and top five percent in the regiment. Cadet Wojtasinski currently serves as the Ranger Challenge Captain, Pershing Rifles Company First Sergeant and the Battalion Command Sergeant Major. He hopes to branch Military Intelligence with a detail to the Infantry.

Personnel Officer
Cadet Samuel Harding
Cadet Harding is a senior at Boston University in the College of Arts and Sciences pursuing a degree in Religious Studies. Cadet Harding attended LDAC this past summer, earning an overall “excellence” rating. Cadet Harding hopes to commission as an Active duty Signal Officer, with a branch detail into Field Artillery.

Personnel Officer Assistant
Cadet Gordon Stilwell
Cadet Stilwell is senior at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) majoring in Facilities Engineering with a minor in Energy Management. At MMA Cadet Stilwell serves as the Senior Class Secretary. Cadet Stilwell enjoys hockey, golf, and camping. Cadet Stilwell hopes to branch into the Engineer Corps he joined the Army to advance his career and serve his country.

Intelligence Officer
Cadet Corey Picciuto
Cadet Picciuto is a senior at Boston University in the School of management pursuing a business administration degree with an Accounting concentration. Cadet Picciuto attended LDAC this past summer, earning an overall “excellence” rating and was the Honor Graduate of 7th Regiment. Cadet Picciuto hopes to commission as Reserve Finance Officer, and acquire a good job in Boston.

Intelligence Officer Assistant
Cadet Kaitlin Phelan
Cadet Phelan is a Chemistry and History major at Wheaton College. She is from Springfield, VA and joined the Charles River Battalion in the spring of her sophomore year. Through ROTC she has completed Leader’s Training Course as well as Leaders Development Assessment Course. She has also had the opportunity to join the Massachusetts National Guard and is a current member of 3BN 126th AVN HHC at Joint Base Cape Cod. She hopes to continue to serve in the National Guard after commissioning as either an EOD officer or a Chemical Corp officer.

Operations Officer
Cadet Kelsey Kornblut
Cadet Kornblut is from Cleveland, Ohio. Cadet Kornblut attends University, majoring in Sociology and minoring in Chinese. She is also a member of The Edge Dance Company, Alpha Kappa Delta International Honor Society for undergraduate and graduate students in Sociology, Diversity in Law Association, and Vegan Society. Cadet Kornblut was able to attend Cultural Understand and Language Immersion Program (CULP) in Thailand where she taught English to Pre-Cadets at the Armed Forces Academies Preparatory School, Project Global Officer (GO) in Shanghai, China where she studied Mandarin for 8 weeks at Fudan University, and Airborne School at Ft. Benning, GA where she completed 5 jumps out of a C130 aircraft. She is currently the Color Guard Officer. Cadet Kornblut is applying for an Educational Delay so that she can attend law school after her undergraduate studies and serve the Army as an active duty Judge Advocate General (JAG) Officer.

Assistant Operations Officer
Cadet Varline Louis
Cadet Varline Louis is originally from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She is currently a senior at the University of Massachusetts Boston, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology. During the school year, she is a peer mentor in the Freshman Leadership Institute, captain of the “Sidekicks” intramural soccer team and member of the Women’s Leadership Initiative Advisory Board, which raises the awareness of gender inequality and social injustice amongst women leaders through exposure to global issues. She is currently a member of the Criminal Justice Honor Society (Alpha Phi Sigma) and the National Honor Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi). Junior year, while volunteering at the Somerville Police Department, she was given the opportunity to go on a ride-along with a patrol officer. She speaks five languages: Haitian Creole, French, Spanish, German and English. Cadet Louis has participated in color guard and attended LTC and LDAC at Fort Knox, KY. Cadet Louis hopes to commission as a Military Police Officer.

Assistant Operations Officer
Cadet Corey Medeiros
Cadet Medeiros is originally from Fitchburg Massachusetts and currently resides in Woburn, MA. Cadet Medeiros is a 2003 graduate of Fitchburg State University and pursuing a MA in history at University of Massachusetts Boston. Cadet Medeiros is hoping to branch Aviation.

Logistics Officer
Cadet Slayton Hudak
Cadet Hudak is originally from Connecticut; he is a senior in the College of Arts of Sciences at Boston University. He is majoring in International Relations with a minor in History. His focus is in Foreign Policy and Security Studies with a dual regional focus of Europe and East Asia. Cadet Hudak joined ROTC at the start of his freshman year because service in the Army matched well with his major and desired career path. Through ROTC he has participated in the Cultural and Language Proficiency Program in with the counter- terrorism forces of Montenegro and Cadet Troop Leader Training with the 112th Signal Battalion (Special Operations) (Airborne). Outside of ROTC he enjoys hiking and the outdoors, and serves as the operations officer for Kilo Company, 6th Regiment of the National Honor Society of Scabbard and Blade. He hopes to commission into the Army as a Military Intelligence officer with a branch detail to Armor.

Assistant Logistics Officer
Cadet Katherine Krach
Cadet Krach is an English major at Stonehill College. She is from Baltimore, Md. Through ROTC she has participated in CULP (Cultural Language and Understanding Program), a trip to Montenegro in order to help improve Montenegrin soldiers’ English speaking skills. Cadet Krach hopes to branch Signal with the National Guard.

Media Officer
Cadet Ryan McConville
Cadet McConville is a psychology at Boston University with a minor in religion. At the Leadership Development and Assessment Course he received an overall rating of “excellence”. Cadet McConville hopes to branch Aviation.

Assistant Media Officer
Cadet Tony D’Angelo
Cadet D’Angelo is originally from Bangkok, Thailand but grew up in western Massachusetts in Longmeadow. He is one of the few commuter cadets from UMASS Boston and is currently working to complete his degree in psychology. Cadet D’Angelo attended Leadership Training Course (LTC) when he was a sophomore and graduated this year from Leadership Development & Assessment Course (LDAC) with an overall rating of “Excellent” and is hoping to branch Signal.

Communications Officer
Cadet Emily Russell
Cadet Russell is from Marblehead, Ma. Cadet Russell played four years of ice hockey through out college. She is and American Studies Major at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She attended Basic Training at Ft. Leonard Wood in 2011 and is currently an SMP cadet with the 272nd Chemical Co. This fall she competed with the Ranger Challenge Team at Ft. Dix in NJ. Cadet Russell is hoping to branch Chemical.

Assistant Communications Officer
Cadet Windam Veevaert
Cadet Veevaert is a senior at Boston University majoring in Political Science with a minor in French. He participated in CTLT assigned to an Aviation unit at Ft Bliss, Tx. He is hoping to branch Military Intelligence, but have interest in Signal and Military Police. Cadet Veevaert is from Belfast, Maine and enjoys soccer and classic literature.

Alpha Company Commander
Cadet Keirrin Sperry
Cadet Sperry graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She is currently working on a Master of Arts in International Affairs at Boston University with a focus on international security and Middle East/Africa. She played goalie for the Boston University Women’s Ice Hockey Team for four years. She is currently playing striker for the Boston University Field Hockey Team. In Summer 2014, Cadet Sperry attended LDAC at Fort Knox, Kentucky. She enjoys coffee, fitness training, and going for long walks around Boston.

Alpha Company Executive Officer
Cadet Brenda Lin
Cadet Lin is from California and is a double major in international relations and Chinese language and literature. Through ROTC she has done 3 years of Project GO, which allowed her to study Korean in Seoul, Korea and Chinese in and Shanghai, China. Over the summer of 2014, Cadet Lin was given the opportunity to go to Air Assault School and participated in CTLT with an EOD company at JBLM, Washington. She graduated LDAC with an overall “E” and top 3 of her platoon. She hope to branch MI, SC, or EN and to get stationed abroad. Over the past three years she has participated in BU Army ROTC’s Ranger Challenge team and served as CO of B-12 Pershing Rifles at Boston University.

Bravo Company Commander
Cadet Endri Cenolli
Cadet Cenolli comes to the CRB through the Green to Gold Program to pursue his MBA. Prior to selection for Green to Gold Cadet Cenolli was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division. Cadet Cenolli served as an 11 Bravo from 24 October 2011 through 23 July 2013, as a Squad Automatic Rifleman, Grenadier, and Gun Team Leader in a Weapons Squad. Throughout my tenure in the 82nd Airborne Division He successfully completed one rotation at the Joint Readiness Training Center and one Joint Operational Access Exercise, and 12 Jumps out of a C-130, Boeing C-17, and Sherpa Aircraft. Cadet Cenolli deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom XII. This upcoming summer Cadet Cenolli will attend Cadet Summer Training at Ft.Knox, Ky.

Charlie Company Commander
Cadet Myles Malone
Cadet Myles Malone, of Bourne, MA, is a senior at Massachusetts Maritime Academy studying Emergency Management. Cadet Malone enlisted into the Army Reserve in 2010 and served as a 68X Behavior Health Specialist with the 883rd Combat Occupational Stress Control Company (COSC). Currently he serves as an 11B Infantryman with the battalion Scout Platoon within Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 1-181 Infantry, MA Army National Guard. Cadet Malone hopes to commission as a Signal Officer in June of 2015.