Zoe Howard is a first-year English major in UT's Liberal Arts Honors Program, with a minor in French. She is mainly responsible for design and social media outreach for Epiphany, creating the logo and managing all social media outlets. She is also one of the four co-founders of Epiphany.
Trevor Liu is a first-year Psychology major in UT's Liberal Arts Honors Program, looking to double major in Electrical Engineering. He is the primary researcher at Epiphany, discussing musical and artistic therapy with professors to determine its effect on the brain, as well as one of Epiphany's four co-founders.
Mia is a second-year German and Finance double major in UT's Liberal Arts program and McCombs Business School. She established Epiphany's first care home partnership and oversees professional communications. She also assists with music compilation for performances. Mia plays the cello and has seen firsthand how music can change lives. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and perfecting the art of kazoo.
Claire is a first-year Psychology major in UT's Liberal Arts Honors Program. She is the outreach and social media director for the group, and her experience in psychology has led her to be one of the primary researchers as well. She helped co-found Epiphany to explore her interest in psychology while helping the community.
Ansh is a first-year Turing Computer Science honors student and math major in UT's College of Natural Sciences. He currently works as Epiphany's software engineer and business consultant, developing websites and applications for the organization. He also helps with business and musical reference.
Siddha is a first-year Public Health major in UT's College of Natural Sciences. She primarily does outreach and communication for Epiphany, talking to professors about musical and artistic therapy. She is also responsible for communication with prospective recipients.