Jill Goldstein Named to Terrapin Club 30 under 30 Class of 2022

Jill Goldstein Named to Terrapin Club 30 under 30 Class of 2022

Jill Goldstein Named to Terrapin Club 30 under 30 Class of 2022

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Studies Coordinator, Jill Goldstein, was named to the University of Maryland’s Terrapin Club 30 under 30 Class of 2022. Selected individuals have made a major impact in their communities and careers, while supporting the university and embodying Maryland Pride.

Goldstein graduated from Maryland in 2016 and started working for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering after graduation.

In her current role, she helps oversee all of their co-curricular programs. Goldstein's knowledge of the undergraduate experience has helped shape the department's approach to student interactions, and has been a voice for the students when policy or procedural changes are on the table.

While at Maryland, Goldstein served as the Program Director of the campus radio station WMUC, and she earned her Masters of Strategic Communications in 2021.

Congratulations Jill! Go Terps!

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February 2, 2022

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