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SGA Executive Officers

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Robell Tsegaye, C'22


SGA Role

President

Major:

Political Science

Why did you chose to serve in this SGA role, and what are some of your accomplishments?

I chose to serve as the student body president to sharpen my leadership skills and work with a group of highly motivated people to change the landscape of the Mount to correlate with our rapidly changing environment. We have just recently created a new constitution that will involve more people within the SGA on a number of spectrums.

Describe your values and how they inform your leadership

I value the trait of respect. I believe it is vital to treat others, no matter their differences, as well as yourself with the utmost respect. I also value humility. As a leader, it is important to understand your limitations and make it a top priority to listen to the opinions of others. Lastly, I value courage. If you want to make change it is vital that you have the courage to express your ideas and be open to criticism.

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Delmont Ruiz, C'21


SGA Role

Vice President

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Michael Larrivee, C'22


SGA Role

Secretary

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Le-Roy Battle, C'19


 

SGA Role

Treasurer

Major

Sociology

Why did you chose to serve in this SGA role, and what are some of your accomplishments?

I chose to serve in SGA because I felt that I have the necessary skill set to help SGA become the impactful and integral organization it should be. One of my greatest accomplishments is starting The VOICE, an organizations with the goal to advocate for the issues that minoritized students face on campus and create a community in which they feel unified and safe. 

Describe your values and how they inform your leadership 

Two values that I believe are integral to my leadership style are diversity if thought and development. I believe it is crucial to any group that the members not only bring a wide range of experiences to the table but are also given the space to voice their opinions as well. I believe that it is my responsibility to not only ensure that the organizations I am a part of succeed but that I along with the people within them grow and become better versions of ourselves along the way.