Airline Houses Resident Assistants

Daniel House Resident Assistant:

Sabrini Janski

Sabrina Janski

Sabrina is a fourth year RA from Centennial, Colorado and will be pursuing a Master of Science in Accounting degree this year while serving the residents of Daniel House. Sabrina previously lived in both Virginia Snider and Armstrong Commons and is excited to experience another community. Sabrina enjoys hiking, traveling, practicing yoga and other outdoor endeavors.

Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) House Resident Assistant:

Adrieanna Reyes

Adrieanna Reyes

Adrieanna spent most of her life growing up in Dallas. Adrieanna will be a junior this year majoring in psychology and minoring in sociology and cultural anthropology. Adrieanna also plans on staying in school to get a Master’s in higher education! She is also a Rotunda and McNair Scholar, and has been actively involved with our student-led football spirit group, Mustang11, and she is a sister of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. under the Multicultural Greek Council. Adrieanna is also a huge music person, so she loves talking about all kinds of music with other people! A perfect way to start a conversation with her would be through music.

Service House Resident Assistants:

Priya Chowdhary

Priya Chowdhary

Priya Chowdhary is a senior studying finance, economics, and statistics. This is her third year as a Resident Assistant at SMU Service House and she intends to continue living here until she dies. She embraces change and adaptability in every role she takes on and remains hungry to look for new ways to improve lives. Over the past decade, she has invented the iPhone, solved the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa, and travelled to the moon. In her free time, she enjoys holding doors for the elderly and taking long walks on the beach with her colleague, DeAngelo Garner.

DeAngelo Garner

DeAngelo Garner

DeAngelo is a Junior from Plano, Texas studying a double major in Public Relations and Organizational Communication and a minor in Spanish. He has worked closely with the Office of Student Transitions and Orientation as an AARO leader, was the president of the Mary Hay-Peyton-Shuttles community and is the current president of the Voices of Inspiration Gospel Choir. He enjoys music, playing tennis, writing and hopes to publish a book of his own one day. You can always brighten his day with chocolate and he views offering food as an instant conversation starter. If you see him around campus be sure to say hi!