- My motivations for running: Being in student government is a great way to help affect change and decisions made on my school’s campus, and it’s something I want to contribute to.
- My greatest strength is my ability to lead while having great communication.
- My goals: To listen to everyone else’s ideas, and then present my plan / idea in a way that uses the best points / systems of the ones before mine.
- My motivation for running: Would like to provide my opinions to help students and the university provide a healthy environment.
- My greatest Strength: Diverse Experience
- My goal: To represent commuter students and all students to the best of my ability.
- I was motivated to apply for this position, because I believe there is a greater need for transparency between SGA and the student body. As a student in the Lacy School of Business, I do not feel that students in this college have been properly updated on SGA proceedings. If elected as an SGA senator, I would strive to keep all students in my college informed.
- I would say my greatest strength is being able to relate and empathize with people who come from different backgrounds than myself. Being a part of a minority community, I know what it is like to feel different from what society deems is the norm. I believe that this has allowed me to always try to understand other perspectives before I try to make a judgment or decision on my own.
- I wanted to get into this position to increase the transparency between SGA and the School of Business. As a senator, I would keep my constituents well-informed, and ensure that their need and concerns were adequately represented. My biggest goal would be to increase SGA involvement within the Lacy School of Business.
- My motivation for running: I would really like to start giving back to Butler in a more professional manner. Friends of mine have nothing but positive things to say regarding the SGA Senate
- My greatest strength: My work ethic is unmatched
- My goals: I would love to give back and help Butler with current issues and events. Also, to become more approachable and comfortable with students and faculty
- My motivations to run: I want to leave the LSB with an impact. I recognize this college is huge for the university, and as a graduate, the value of my degree is dependedant on the future of LSB and this university
- Strengths: Implementation, Team building, Vision
- My goals: Address curriculum issues of the university regarding its LAS Requirements; Stimulate the communication of the mass opportunities that are provided to students that I really felt were beneficial; Ask tough questions that may not want to be answered; Constant improvement and the lack of complaceny to the university and LSB