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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 were established by SGA to provide a means of communication and cooperation among various interest groups within the College.
Slate Conn
Sarah Conn, President
Keely Flynn, Vice President
Samuel Stewart, Secretary
Matthew McDonald, Treasurer
Kyle Kovach, Finance Chair
David Peffer, Academics Chair
Celine Hildack, Diversity Chair
Patricia Loughney, Special Events Chair 
Mackenzie Basalla, Service Chair
Dominic Boston, Student Concerns Chair
Kendall Graham, Public Relations Chair
Senior Class Senators
Trevor Arrigoni, Zach Walters
Junior Class Senators
Zachary Balog, Taylor Chock-Wong, Theodora Constantine, Daniel Jackson, 
Taylor Moon, Ian Ollila, Vanessa Restifo, Benjamin Kotch, Derek Bakewell, Meghan Long, Cheyenne Shifflett, William Madeja
Sophomore Class Senators
Brett Bartholomew, Brice Bokesch, David Callihan, Bailey Dunks, Adam Himmelman, Alexandra Marzouca, Isabella Miller, Wells Powell, Ian Ross, Samuel Sherlock, Jacob Staub, Emily Wright
 First-Year Senators
Kaylee Brosius, Andrius Burnelis,  Marissa Decker, Montana Ferita, Jackson Gastmeyer, Caroline Hess, Faith Howell, Dylan John, Harrison Keenan, Cassidy Nielsen, Tyler Snodgrass, Brandon Williams
Special Senate Officers
Jackson Gastmeyer, Parliamentarian
Brandon Williams, Chaplain
Caroline Hess, Green Chair
Carllos D. Lassiter, Vice President for Student Affairs 
Gina Vance, M.Ed. Associate Dean of Student Affairs
 John Geidner, Professor of Business