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All-University elections results

Posted on April 17, 2013 | by WSN Staff

After the week-long period of electronic voting, the results of the all-university elections have been announced. Six undergraduate schools and three graduate schools have selected new leaders for the 2013-14 school year. Coordinated by the Student Senators Council, the elections are held around April each year. Each school has a different number of student council positions. Students were asked to vote by electronic ballot by last Friday.

While presidents are members of each school’s student council, all se-ven of the newly elected senators are involved in the university’s decision-making process. Sixteen of these senators are elected by student vote and sit alongside faculty, deans and administration on the University Senate. Policies introduced by the senate are then ratified by the Board of Trustees.

Except for the CAS president, all positions have been announced.

CAS SENATOR - Kevin Jones
CAS VICE PRESIDENT – Jane Chen
CAS TREASURER – Luca Rivelli
CAS SECRETARY – Anntoinette Estaban
CAS ALUMNI RELATIONS CHAIR – Melissa Bazydlo
CAS CURRICULUM CHAIR – Rijul Asri
CAS CLUB COUNCIL CHAIR – Rae Ann Ebarita
GSAS SENATOR - Jean-Claude Cantave
GSAS PRESIDENT – Gabrielle L. Royal
GALLATIN SENATOR - Michael Hengerer
GALLATIN PRESIDENT – Gaby Garcia
GALLATIN TREASURER – Sindhu Bharadwaj
GALLATIN COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR – Sara Tan-Velez
GALLATIN PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR – Angelina DeSocio
LS SENATOR - Brad Hong
LS PRESIDENT – Rohit Mittal
LS TREASURER – Natalie (Yun Jing) Weng
LS SECRETARY – Beckie Hamroff
LS CORE VICE – Gowri Gowda
LS GLS VICE – Sang Eun (Susan) Lee
LS INTERNATIONAL AMBASSADOR – Madison McCormick
STEINHARDT GRADUATE PRESIDENT – Lauren Barbara Gonzalez
STEINHARDT GRADUATE VICE PRESIDENT – Judith Meer
STEINHARDT GRADUATE EVENT COORDINATOR – Rashmita Mohanty
STEINHARDT UNDERGRADUATE SENATOR - Jessica Hawk
STEINHARDT UNDERGRADUATE ALTERNATE SENATOR - Shelby Bambino
STEINHARDT UNDERGRADUATE PRESIDENT – Joseph Gery
STEINHARDT UNDERGRADUATE VICE PRESIDENT – Brianna Fernandez
STEINHARDT SOPHOMORE CLASS PRESIDENT – Shaquille Romblay
STEINHARDT UNDERGRADUATE SECRETARY – Skye Alvarez
STERN GRADUATE SENATOR - Annie McWilliams
TISCH PRESIDENT – Anderson Heinz
TISCH VICE PRESIDENT – Renee Mao
TISCH TREASURER – Frederick Rivers
TISCH SECRETARY – Chris Kappel
TISCH CLUB LIAISON – Ben Chavez
TISCH ALTERNATE SENATOR - Ben Townsend
TISCH PUBLICITY DIRECTOR – Naava Feingold
STERN UNDERGRADUATE:
SENATOR - Daniel Kao
ALTERNATE SENATOR - Hileri Patel
PRESIDENT – Priya Saksena
DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY – Bunmi Onitiri
VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE- Dupinder Singh
VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT RELATIONS – Lina Dorkhman
VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS – Mariana Sun
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS – Nitin Srinivasan
DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL PROGRAMMING – Taylor Linaburg
SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT – Jasmine Genge
SENIOR CLASS VICE PRESIDENT – Ariel Stolbun
SENIOR CLASS TREASURER – Adrienne Liu
SENIOR BATTERY PARK CD – Andy Wu
SENIOR EAST VILLAGE CD – Preeyam Gandh
SENIOR FINANCIAL DISTRICT CD – Abigail Pereira
SENIOR LOWER EAST SIDE CD – Caleb Ferguson
SENIOR GRAMERCY CD – Thomas McIntyre Schultz
SENIOR MURRAY HILL CD – Yannan Qiu
JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT – Jonathan Bach
JUNIOR CLASS TREASURER – Praveen Kamarsu
JUNIOR EAST VILLAGE CD – Priyanka Sathyaprakash
JUNIOR CLASS VICE PRESIDENT – Fanny Sun (Fall) & Maria Xing (Spring)
JUNIOR MIDTOWN CD – Jennifer Lou
JUNIOR TRIBECA CD – Wiley (Huai Yu) Xu
SOPHOMORE CLASS TREASURER – Christine Cao (Fall) & Jennifer Xu (Spring)
SOPHOMORE CLASS PRESIDENT – Clement Chiun
SOPHOMORE CLASS VICE PRESIDENT – Derek Lee (Fall) & Shakthi Ganesan (Spring)
SOPHOMORE GRAMERCY CD – Emily Zhang
SOPHOMORE FINANCIAL DISTRICT CD – Jesse Yu (Fall) & Sarah Wu (Spring)
SOPHOMORE BATTERY PARK CD – Subeg Singh & Mathew Roy (Spring)
SOPHOMORE MURRAY HILL CD – Teri Tan

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