Summers selects 2012-13 Moving Forward cabinet

Student Government Association (SGA) President elect Branden Summers has selected his cabinet members for his Moving Forward 2012-2013 campaign.
The group is as follows: Tyler Rogers, chief of staff; Jasmine Jackson, assistant chief of staff; Hunter Robinson and Brittany Perise, directors of financial affairs; Stephanie Travis, campus beautification liaison; Ryan Zellner, internal public relations; Emily McDonald, external public relations; Julie Collier, webmaster; Shawndreka Gatlin and Katherine Weimer, directors of leadership development; Taylor Petit, alumni and student development liaison; Amanda Rivault and Mary Takewell, directors of community outreach; Caitlin Dupuy, auxiliary services liaison; Rebecca Schnadelbach and Alice Harris, student organizations liaisons; Pradish Shahi and Brooke Trabona, academic affairs; Rosha Washington and Steven Polk, directors of student involvement; Joshua May and Kris Johnson, directors of athletic affairs.
One of the students selected, Rebecca Schnadelbach, saw this as an opportunity to utilize her skills gained during her time at Southeastern.
“I chose this position because I am very involved in other organizations and groups on campus,” said Schnadelbach. “I feel that my wide variety of organizations can really help bring a well rounded perspective to that position.  I am also a good public speaker, and I feel that I can effectively relay the message that SGA is trying to send to the leaders and organizations on this campus.”
She also took the opportunity to dive into SGA. Not being a part of student government before hand, Schnadelbach wants the chance to learn more.
“I am more than excited to have been selected for the Moving Forward Presidential Cabinet,” said Schnadelbach. “I have never served in SGA before, and I am ready to learn more about how SGA can really help the student body.”
Kris Johnson, applied for the director of athletic affairs because he wanted to see athletics become more visible on campus.
“I go to games a lot, and I do not see many students attending,” said Johnson. “I would like to improve game attendance as well as athletics’ awareness and visibility with students.”
Groups and organizations on campus, working together is a main point for Schnadelbach, along with her partner Alice Harris. She believes that with the two of them, “it adds more diversity” and will hopefully “create some amazing things.”
“I believe that communication is key to success in everything,” said Schnadelbach. “I would like to add more frequent meetings with student organization leaders on campus.  I would like SGA to seem more approachable and accessible to these organizations.”