Executive Vice President candidate profiles

Anyah Dembling
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Egg Harbor Township, N.J.
Major: International Affairs
Clubs/Activities: International Affairs Society, College Republicans, College Democrats
SA experience: Elliott School Senator, Student Life Committee Chair
Endorsed by: College Democrats, College Republicans, Students for Dean
Platform:
-Follow up on legislation to ensure the executive is taking action and that senators are informed of the actions and status of legislation..
-Training program for senators
-Keep up Presidential Council meetings
-Maximize benefits of the D.C.-Metropolitan University Student Alliance to work on issues, including reduced Metro fares.
-GWorld card number privacy

“I would follow up on hundreds of pieces of legislation the Senate passes.”

Asher Corson
Member of “A Clean Slate”
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
Majors: Political Science and Psychology
Clubs/Activities: Founding father of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, Parliamentarian and Chair of Constitution Committee for Alpha Epsilon Pi
SA experience: Columbian College Senator, member of SA Rules Committee
Endorsed by: International House Hall Council, Thurston Hall Council, Alpha Epsilon Pi
Platform:
-Release all ballots to the public after Senate elections
-Make the SA a place where students are encouraged to act like students: senators would no longer address each other as “Senator,” “Mr.” or “Ms.”
-Invite more non-Senate members to speak at Senate meetings
-Update legislation on Web site

“I’ve come in (to the Senate) and shaken things up. That upsets people. But that’s bound to happen.”

Anthony Moniello
Anthony Moniello
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Westbrook, Conn.
Major: Journalism
Clubs/Activities: Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, sports commentator for WRGW, student manager of men’s basketball team
SA experience: None
Platform:
-SA accountability
-Improve student involvement in Senate, make meetings more publicized, have an open forum
-Get GW into top 50 schools in country
-Bring D.C. residents and students closer together

“The SA is one of the most poorly run organizations this campus has to offer.”

Ed Buckley
Year: Junior
Hometown: North Adams, Mass.
Majors: History and Political Science
Clubs/Activities: Director of Liturgy for the Catholic Student Center, Colonial VIP, College Republicans
SA experience: Associate Vice President for Special Projects, Director of GW Votes campaign, Chairman of GW Farmers Market
Endorsed by: Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children, Club Hockey Team, Mock Trial Team
Platform:
-Student Transportation for Organizations Program: purchasing one to two vans for students
-Council of Student Life forums
-Create Senate Director on Finance

“The EVP has run away to the Senate (in recent years) … I refuse to believe this is a position confined (to the Senate).”

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