Dewayne Washington II (DJ)


Dewayne Washington II (DJ) is a senior from Raleigh, North Carolina majoring in finance with minors in accounting, business law, and public advocacy at the Miami Business School. His involvements on campus include Hyperion Council, the Intercollegiate Debate Team, Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity, National Association of Black Accountants and Homecoming Executive Committee. During his time at the University of Miami, Dewayne has earned the honor of being the Miami Business School Co-junior of the year, Hammond Scholar, Foote Fellow, and Bermont-Carlin Scholar. In the upcoming academic year, he has placed an emphasis on growing the presence of Iron Arrow on campus as to assure that the greater University of Miami community understands and respects the historical and future endeavors of the society.

Emma Lam

Son of Chief

Emma Lam is a senior from Miami, Florida majoring in Psychology, with minors in LGBTQ+ Studies, Marine Science, and Art. Her involvements include SpectrUM, UPup, Best Buddies, Orientation, and Homecoming Executive Committee. This summer she spearheaded the logistics for ‘Cane Kickoff 2019. She aspires to be a Licensed Medical Health Counselor. Her endeavours for the academic year include continuing to foster the connection between the University of Miami and the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida and developing programs that strengthen the relationship and understanding of one another.

Cachay Byrd

Medicine Woman

Cachay Byrd is a senior from Miami, Florida majoring in Health Science on the pre-nursing track with minors inAfricana Studies and Mandarin. Her involvements on campus include Committee on Student Organizations, Homecoming Executive Committee, United Black Students, and IMPACT Leadership Retreat. Off campus, she serves as a Breakthrough Miami student liaison and the founder of her non-profit, Sophisticated Gemz. Throughout the remainder of her time here at the university, she hopes to foster a deeper understanding and respect for the values and traditions that serve as the foundation of this great institution, through education and program development aimed at heightening the principles of equity and inclusion.