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John Catton, Campus Carrier Features Editor
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Anna Katherine Drew, SGA President
“I am super excited about our new team and I am super excited about their enthusiasm. Being able to be on the board this year as SGA secretary has allowed me to see where are now and that we can do differently next year. I would really like to focus on organization next year, inside and outside of the office. Also, I would like to focus on using our positions as officers to the fullest potential. I am excited that we are not just co-workers. We are friends. I look forward to what we can accomplish.”
David Driskill, SGA Treasurer
“I really want to bring my experience in accounting to my role as treasurer next year. It is something that I recently have become involved in and I love every aspect about it. I am most excited about this great team. We already know each other, and I think we will work great together. I am excited to see how our chemistry will play out next year.”
David Lindsey, SGA Secretary
"I think each of us brings something unique to the table. All of us have worked at many different places on campus. Diversity will make us a stronger team overall. I cannot wait to see what we can do."
London Elrod, SGA VP of Service
“I am super excited to be with these guys. We all know each other already and I think that we can do really great things as a team. As we implant new ideas, since we already know how we work together we can be more effective. What I would like to see implemented next year is more opportunities for SGA volunteer credits. I would like to see more coordination with BCVS to provide more regular opportunities, because many organizations struggle with credits.”
Nate Maiwald, SGA VP of Admin
“I am very optimistic about next year. We have had such a great example with the last executive board. I am excited to learn what we as a team can bring to the table next year. I am really looking forward to seeing what new ideas and strategies are possible for us next year. I love working with them already and I can’t wait to work with them next year. I would really like to see more organization and professionalism next year."
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