Berkley Wood, Co-Director
Berkley is a senior from Dallas, Texas, studying Environmental Science and Engineering in the Public Health School. She joined Mixed Concrete because she believes strongly in Habitat for Humanity’s mission and saw MC as an opportunity to involve herself more in the UNC community. This is her third year on the team, and she’s excited to celebrate the 10th anniversary!
Badham is a senior studying Public Policy and Business. Hailing from Edenton, NC, he possibly drinks more Diet Mountain Dew than Dale Earnhardt Jr. He is passionate about being involved in my community, and Mixed Concrete allows him to contribute to the vibrant arts community in Chapel Hill.
Mary McCall Leland
Mary McCall Leland is a senior who has been involved with Mixed Concrete since her first year at Carolina. She has served in many roles, from art curator to Director, and is excited to take a supporting role this year as she watches the organization grow and change. She is committed to Mixed Concrete because she believes in helping bring attention and service to the deserving Habitat for Humanity recipients. She also loves any opportunity to get dressed up and enjoy fine art.
Everette is a senior from Greenville, North Carolina double majoring in Business Administration and Public Policy with an Entrepreneurship Minor. He joined Mixed Concrete because he enjoys event planning, collaborating with team members, and being involved in the community.
Waverly is a senior at UNC Chapel Hill pursuing a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Music, with a concentration in violin performance. She joined Mixed Concrete three years ago because she loved the idea of combining her skills with visual arts and marketing with the opportunity to pursue social justice by creating affordable housing. She is looking forward to celebrating Mixed Concrete’s 10th anniversary.
Claire is a sophomore from Memphis, TN. She is studying Art History and Studio Art and is deeply passionate about any and all things art related. She is excited to be a part of Mixed Concrete because she believes strongly in the healing powers of art and enjoys creative collaboration as well as serving the community.