2010-11 SGA Election Results

Student Government Association would like to think all students that participated in the SGA elections this year. In all, 377 ballots were cast.

Position

Candidate

Votes

President Justin Raymundo 240
  Conrad Mbaziira 115
Vice President Kelsey Risman 214
  Jennifer Smith (write-in) 84
Sergeant-at-Arms Dexter Earney 292
Secretary Nicole King 281
Comptroller Emily Bahr 288
Director of Information Technology Wesley Matthews 166
  Edward Sheakley 107
Director of Public Relations Abby Bandelow  (write-in) 16
Senator, Communications (2) May Morrison 288
  Jeremy Clements  (write-in) 3
Senator, Arts & Sciences (2) Dana Gruber 190
  Michelle Overington 149
  Lexi Grolimund 143
Senator, Business & Technology (2) Brian Noss 274
  Brian Royer (write-in) 3
Senator, Education (2) Jessica Brannan (write-in) 10
  David Koppelmann (write-in) 4
Senator, Fine Arts (2) Erin King 276
  Open Seat*  
Senator, Graduate (2) Lauren Meyer 267
  Ken Behrens 179
*to be elected in Fall 2010    

Current SGA Openings

There are currently six vacancies on the Student Government Association:

  • School of Education Senator (2)
  • Graduate Senator
  • At-Large Senator (2)
  • Fine Arts Senator

Apply for an open position here.

Priorities for 2009-2010 Academic Year

  1. Full-time sustainability position instated at Webster University
  2. Student representative on the Institutional Planning Committee
  3. Improved relations between Webster University and Webster Groves
  4. Institutional technology improvement (color printing, campus-wide WiFi, Connections reform)
  5. Mail and Copy remain centralized (on-campus)
  6. More daytime classes
  7. Improve relationship between SGA and Webster students

Is there anything else that you would like SGA to work on? Feel free to contact any officer or senator.

About the SGA

Webster University’s Student Government Association – or SGA – is the student governing organization, which sponsors and supports student activities on the campus. It is the main vehicle for student input into activities of the University and policies affecting student life. SGA coordinates and allocates a budget in excess of $100,000, charters new student organizations, and recommends changes and improvements to the University. All Webster University students are members of SGA upon registration. The SGA officers and senators are elected as representatives by the student body; they are advised by the University Center and student activities staff.