I am a junior at the College and the Secretary of Student Life. I double major in International Relations and Economics. In my freshman and sophomore years, I served in the Student Assembly as a Senator for the Class of 2014 as Chairman of the Policy Committee and Secretary of the Finance Committee. Outside of the SA, I am an active member of the Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, Development Ambassadors, and Orientation Staff as an Orientation Aide. I also served as both a representative and the Administrative Advocacy chair of the Residence Hall Association.
The Student Life Department is one of the largest departments in the Student Assembly Executive. Everything related to the general welfare and improvement of the student experience at the College falls under this department. Homecoming, Busch Gardens Day, and King and Queen’s Ball are some of the many events that the Student Life Department puts on for the students at large. Under this department are the Undersecretaries of Student Organizations, Greek Life, the Arts, Community Engagement and Service, Sustainability, and W&M Culture.
In the next year, the Student Life Department will continue these time-honored traditions and push to make the Student Assembly more applicable to the everyday lives of students.
I’m a junior from Fairfax, Virginia majoring in Government and Russian and Post-Soviet Studies. In addition to being a member of Alpha Tau Omega, I am involved in IR club and the IFC Judicial board.
I’m a Government and Sociology double-major and a proud member of the Class of 2013. I began working toward bettering the College’s sustainability practices during my sophomore year after receiving a grant from the Committee on Sustainability to set up a plastic bag recycling program on campus. The program entails working closely with various administrators and campus organizations and includes a recycling outreach campaign. As the liaison between the Student Assembly and the Committee on Sustainability, I am eager to help the S.A. enact effective sustainability initiatives on campus. I also serve on the Executive Board of my social fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and am Treasurer of Club S.W.A.G, an at-risk youth mentoring program.
Hello- My name is Alicia Moore and I am elated to serve as your Undersecretary of Community Engagement and Service. I am a member of the class of 2014 majoring in Public Health hailing from Petersburg, Virginia. As a Sharpe Community Scholar’s Fellow, member of the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, former Community Scholars House liason, and frequent flyer within the Office of Community Engagement and Scholarship I am excited to further engagement initiatives on campus and in the greater Williamsburg community. Collaboration is at the heart of sustainable relationships within the community; as such I am looking forward to bridging efforts between the Student Assembly and OCES throughout the year. In addition to my previously mentioned activities, I enjoy staying active and maintaining a healthy participatory level in all things ‘twamp-y’. I am a peer heath educator with HOPE, a member of Alma Mater Productions, and a tour guide for the Admissions Office. I am always open to new ideas, suggestions, and engagement/service opportunities—please email me with anything you’d like to share!
I’m a Junior at the college, originally from Reston, in Northern Virginia. On campus, I’m the event director for Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, an orientation aide, and a peer advisor. I play for the Women’s Club Soccer Green team and am also a volunteer soccer coach for the Virginia Legacy College Partnership Program. As undersecretary for student organizations I will be involved in creating stronger ties between the various clubs and organizations on campus. Plans for the year are to formulate a database for increased communication between groups, increase funding for organizations, and help plan a CultureFest for the various cultural groups on campus.
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