Reitz Programming Board

Who We Are

The Reitz Programming Board (RPB) is a student-run programming board that strives to provide engaging, educational, and quality programming for the University of Florida. The purpose of RPB is to serve the diverse UF community as the primary programming arm of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. RPB provides such events in the Reitz Union with the combined efforts of four different committees and an Executive Board.

Leadership

Harrison Devoe Harrison Devoe
Harrison Devoe
President
Tori Chin Tori Chin
Tori Chin
Treasurer
Tanika McKenzie Tanika McKenzie
Tanika McKenzie
Vice President, External Affairs
Tamia Robinson Tamia Robinson
Tamia Robinson
Vice President, Internal Affairs
Matina Mahasantipiya Matina Mahasantipiya
Matina Mahasantipiya
Vice President, Marketing
Marisa Hart Marisa Hart
Marisa Hart
Vice President, Inclusion & Diversity

Committees


Arts

The Arts Committee seeks to bring the arts into the daily lives of students at the University of Florida, whether it be through ceramics, painting, or crafts. Our events are open to all, and no artistic experience is required to participate, so do not hesitate to join us in our next event. Past Arts Committee events include 2020 Vision and Aniramics

Directors: Shu Ting Lin & Natalie Heun



Films

The Films Committee breaks the monotone day-to-day routines of academic life, offering students a time to relax with friends with weekend movie showings and themed Trivia Nights. We are not professional film critics, but we have fun conversations on current movies and work with GatorNights to bring free movies to campus. Past Films Committee events include Bohemian Rhapsody on the Lawn and an Interactive Film Experience: Knives Out.

Directors: Maya Caraballo & Lucas Da Silva


Special Events

The Special Events Committee creates stronger student communities on campus by connecting student interests and current events. Our members are passionate about putting on diverse creative experiences for the student body by including different aspects of RPB’s committees. Some of our past events include Food and Dine Festival, a food-centric cultural showcase involving UF’s cultural organizations, and Love Yo’Self Day, an event focused on self-love.

Directors: Alexis Hebron & Sydnee Vance

Talent

The Talent Committee is dedicated to bringing a wide variety of entertainment and performances, including music artists, comedians, speakers and more, to UF’s diverse student body. We strive to unite members of the student body by programming events related to their interests and important moments in pop culture. Some past acts brought to campus by RPB include Nicole Byer, Matteo Lane, Chloe Hilliard and Noah Cyrus.

Directors: Christopher Cann & Ibiebeleme Opuso-Jama

Events

Want to check out one of the many FREE events the Reitz Programming Board puts on?
Check out the link below for the latest in our programming.


Co-Sponsorship

We’re always looking for new and different events to co-sponsor. If you are interested in co-sponsoring an event with RPB, please contact our Vice President of External Affairs no later than ten weeks before the date of the potential event. You can reach our Vice President of External Affairs by sending an email to: rpbexternal@ufsa.ufl.edu.
We’re looking forward to working with you!

Join the The Reitz Programming Board

The Reitz Programming Board holds recruitment for general body members each fall and spring semester. For more information about the Reitz Programming Board or for questions regarding recruitment please reach out using the link below.

Apply now to become a member. Application deadline: September 21 at 11:59pm.

Connect with Us

Want to check out one of the many FREE events the Reitz Programming Board puts on?
Check out the link below for the latest in our programming.


Creating an impact on campus


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