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SGA functions in the same manner as the United States Congress and the executive branch of the U.S. government. The executive branch includes the student body president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and an appointed cabinet. The legislative branch consists of senators who are elected each year to represent the students in the College community. Senators are elected on the basis of class standing. Senators work with the administration and faculty of the College to determine the policies and concerns of Westminster. The committees listed below were established by SGA to provide a means of communication and cooperation among various interest groups within the College.
 
 2015-16 Slate
Pano Constantine, President
Matt Baurle, Vice President
Nicole Viviano, Treasurer
Taylor Nichol, Secretary
Makenzie Logan, Diversity
Blake Tyger, Special Events
Harrison Greene, Student Concerns
David Jamieson, Finance
Carly Dittrich, Academics
Liz Buechele, Service
Lizz Venanzi, Public Relations
  
Senators
Senior Class Senators

Morgan Brazell, Christian Friday, Marqus Koranteng, Jessie Klousnitzer

Junior Class Senators

Troy Abbott, Paul Carswell, Nicole Ciesielski, Cody Currie, Kyle Daly, Ryan Foley, Ben Gaul, Ben Grove, Brenna Guard, Tiffany Jackson, Nolan Randall, Jess Schweitzer

Sophomore Class Senators

Jeff Bracken, Heaven Brown, Carly Christofferson, Andrew Henley, Chloe Knappenberger, Caity Kourakos, Georgia Kourakos, Jen Piascik, Channing Pifer, Matt Slagle, Emily Somerhalder, Mariah Turiano

First-year Class Senators

 Jordan Ault, Carl Carpenter, Alina Clough, Anna Daniels, Nataleigh Kerr, Kimu Kim, Cassidy Kovachichek, Don Lun, Katie Nelson, Natalee Ross, Rachel Trauner, Hallie Williams    

 
 Advisors
Neal Edman, Ed.D. Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
Gina Vance, M.Ed. Associate Dean of Student Affairs
Marosh Furimsky, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology
 
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