The Ticket:

Genessis Galindo, Class of 2020

Lionel Kirenga, Class of 2021

 

Experience:

Genessis

Administration and Review Committee (ARC) (2016 – present)

  • Deputy Chair (2017-2018): Helped remodel the SOAR by adding concise questions to filter information accurately, creating a rubric that produces consistent guidelines, and reporting constructive feedback to student organizations.

Lionel

Senator (2017-18)

  • Spearheaded Sexual Health and Awareness Ambassadorship Program.
  • Planned “Battling for Equality: LGBTQ & HIV legal issues in the military community.”

Student Association Appropriation Committee (SAAC) (2018 – present)

 

Three proposals:

  • Resolution to support the implementation of a modern lift on the second floor of Wilson Commons to increase accessibility.
  • Increase operation hours for Hillside during short breaks to allow students access to necessities.
  • Expand Safe Zone LGBTQ+ Program to include willing participants who would be reachable by phone. Ensuring that education requirement of gender waiver is substantial.

 

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/galindokirenga/

http://www.galindokirenga.weebly.com/

 

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