Huntingdon Students Elect 2011-2012 Student Government Officers
Montgomery, Ala.—The Huntingdon College Office of Student Life has released the results of the Student Government Association elections held on campus earlier this week. The Huntingdon Student Government Association is organized in three branches: executive (SGA officers), legislative (Student Senate), and judicial (Judicial Board—appointed positions). The sophomore, junior, and senior classes elect their own officers to a Class Council. The elected SGA and Class Council officers are:
President: Ashton Rodriguez '12 (History; Elba, Ala.)
Vice President: Jake Bechert '13 (Accounting/Business Admin.; Union Grove, Ala.)
Treasurer: Trace Zarr '13 (Cell Biology; Bay Minette, Ala.)
Secretary: Allison Vuyovich '12 (Religion; Andalusia, Ala.)
Class of 2012/Senior Class Officers will be appointed.
Class of 2013/Junior Class Officers:
President: Russ Barnwell '13 (Political Science/English; Jacksonville, Ala.)
Vice President: Lauren Miller '13 (Business Administration; Cheyenne, Wy.)
Treasurer: Olivia Larkin '13 (Biology; Florence, Ala.)
*Junior Class Secretary will be appointed.
Class of 2014/Sophomore Class Officers:
President: Zachary Turner '14 (Political Science; Citronelle, Ala.)
*Sophomore Class Vice President will be appointed.
Treasurer: Shelby Lynn Robinson '14 (Mathematics; Spanish Fort, Ala.)
*Sophomore Class Secretary will be appointed.
Senators for Professional Studies:
Matt Stinebaugh '14 (Undeclared; Point Clear, Ala.)
Kayra White '13 (Psychology/Religion; Dothan, Ala.)
Senators for the Sciences:
Terrissa Stevens '14 (Cell Biology; Montgomery, Ala.)
Will Davis '14 (Biochemistry; Niceville, Fla.)
Senators for the Arts:
Justin Michaud '14 (Music; Sterrett, Ala.)
Jacob Tuley '12 (History/English; Pensacola, Fla.)
Senator for Undeclared Majors:
Michelle Gonzalez '14 (Undeclared; San Antonio, Texas)
Additional Senator will be appointed.
Officers will be installed March 1 and will serve until March 2012.
Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world. For more information, contact the Huntingdon College Office of Communications at (334) 833-4515.