Student Government needs a strong relationship with the student body. We need to be more professional and set higher standards for ourselves. We need to close loopholes and restructure the way Student Government runs and be willing to part with some of our flawed processes. Our constitution, our website, our relationship with students, our ideas…it all needs to change. I am willing to put in the time and dedication to fix things from the ground up.
One of the biggest concerns I have on campus is the major decisions made by the University with the majority of the student body ill-informed, especially when many at Tech are upset with a decision and are left in the dark about why such a choice was made.
I can say whole-heartedly that I care about every student on this campus, and am willing to do whatever it takes to create a more open and involved student government. SGA should be an organization that has a close relationship with the student body. It should be a group that is ready to answer any questions or concerns any student may have and be a resolving force for problems students may face.
One aspect most people seem to notice about my campaign is my lack of affiliation with a Greek organization. I think this puts me in a position to better represent the entire Tech student population, rather than the interest of one group.
It’s time to stop voting for tradition and legacy and elect a voice for the student body, one willing to offer new solutions to old problems.
If this doesn’t impress you enough contact me day or night at email@example.com give me a call at (615) 482-1292. I’ll be happy to talk to anyone about anything Tech related.