Lindsey Hogan ’18
Lindsey Hogan is a senior at Caldwell University. She is pursuing a double major in English and Business Administration, as well as a minor in American Sign Language. Lindsey became a member of the Student Government Association in Fall 2014 as Freshman Class Representative, and has also served as Chief of Staff and Vice President. Lindsey also currently serves as the President of the Rho Chapter of Kappa Beta Gamma International Sorority on the Caldwell University campus. Lindsey is also very dedicated to the school and SGA as well as committed to her work.
” Very excited to spend my last and fourth year at Caldwell University on the SGA Executive Board! “, – Lindsey.
Alyssa Otto ’18
Alyssa is a senior at Caldwell and has been involved in the Student Government Association since her freshmen year. She has always had a passion for helping others and works hard to make student life better on campus. Alyssa is one of the first people at the university to be a part of the unique Health Administration program, she plans to graduate in May of 2018. After graduation she aims to climb the corporate ladder and become the CEO of a hospital one day, where she continues to follow her ambition to make a difference even in the medical field. When she needs a break from her sometimes crazy life as a college student, Alyssa enjoys spending time playing her guitar or hanging out with her family and friends. She is a responsible, caring, and hardworking leader
” I look forward to making this year one of the best “, – Alyssa Otto.
Rose Anna Dragonetti ‘19
Rose Anna is a junior at Caldwell studying Elementary Education with a content in English. This is her first year with the Student Government Association, and she looks forward to hearing what students have to say, as well as working together with those on SGA. She actively participates on campus as an Orientation Leader for Student Life, a member of the Operation Smile Club, and works in the office of Security.
“As a future educator, watching students succeed and have their voices heard is something I am very passionate about – being part of the SGA will allow me to do just that!” – Rose Anna.
Huong Nguyen ’20
Huong is Vice President of Event Planning of the SGA at Caldwell University. She is now majoring in Communication, Media Studies and Marketing. Huong believes that leadership is a great ability and a means to inspire people. With the position as VP of Event Planning, she hopes that she can hold events to connect students in college and give them the best of college and leadership experience.
” In Caldwell, live, experience, appreciate, and #yeuthuong” – Huong Nguyen.
Brandi-Lee Brochu ’18
Brandi-Lee is a senior at Caldwell and this will be her first year with the Student Government Association. She is majoring in Financial Economics while minoring in Human Resources and plans to graduate in May of 2018. Along with this, she is the President of Caldwell’s business honor society “Delta Mu Delta”.
” Looking forward to getting involved with more clubs and events on campus as well as assisting with their financial needs to ensure all events go on without a hitch!” – Brandi-Lee.
Kofi Mireku is the current Vice President of Marketing in the SGA of Caldwell University. Coupled to this, he is an honors student and is involved in a number of clubs like the Outdoors club and the Health professions club which highlight his passion for science and Vigorous activities. He majors in Biology with a minor in computing but takes keen interest in socialization and communication. It is his hope that students would cooperate and share whatever innovative ideas, complaints or improvements they have with the SGA, and have a very splashing semester!
‘Words can set the engine for change’ , -Kofi Mireku.
Steven Han ’18
Steven is a senior pre-medical student currently studying for a Biology Major with a Chemistry Minor. While this is his first year on the Executive Board of SGA, he has been active on campus with student life and clubs, such as Circle K and the Health Professions Club. He is now entering his third year of living in Rosary Hall where he now resides in the Community Service wing. Steven is passionate about medicine – he also enjoys volunteering, playing tennis, chess, and trying new cuisine in his free time.
“If there is no struggle, there is no progress” – Frederick Douglas.