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Earlham Student Senate

Admissions and Financial Aid Advisory Committee (2 Senators)

  • Leonel Martin
  • Riley Weisman

Athletic Advisory Committee (4 Senators)

  • Camille Van der Vaart
  • Alden Thompson Vought
  • Henry Wildes
  • Alexis Warren

Budget Advisory Committee (3 Senators)

  • Maya Panicker
  • Irving Barrera
  • Trang Nguyen

Campus Life Advisory Committee (3 Senators + 1 Process Keeper)

  • Tsitsi Makufa (Fall) & Jack Johnson (Spring)
  • Ila Beinart
  • Colin Kaurich
  • Tavaura Wardlow

Committee on Assessment & Accreditation (1 Senator)

  • Anthony Luis

Curricular Policy Committee (3 Senators)

  • Eileen FayAnn Martin
  • Vaishnavi Walade
  • Ruslan Dominic

Diversity Progress Committee (2 Senators)

  • Gisselle Salgado
  • Stephanie Fallas

Earlham Events Committee (1 Senator + 1 SAB Member)

  • Valerie Martinez

Ombuds Council (2 Senators)

  • Nathan Metz-Lerman
  • Deidra Said

Sustainability Progress Committee (2 Senators)

  • Ted Jacquet
  • Jessie Fanini

Faculty Meetings Representatives (2 Senators Rotating with Outreach Process Keepers)

  • Thalia Lhatso & Karly Haggerty
  • Anika Sullivan & Winnie Uyen

Board Meetings Representatives (2 Senators + 2 Process Keepers)

  • Arlo Townsley
  • Asa Kramer - Dickie
  • Tianxiang (Derek) Tan
  • Muskan Uprety

Cabinet Liaisons (1 Senator + 1 Process Keeper)

  • Jonathan Todd
  • Charlie Burton

The Earlham Student Senate (ESS) is the primary decision-making body of the ESG.

The Senate is comprised of student representatives from: each class, residence hall/house, international students, student athletes, student sustainability corps, and a constitutional review committee. The aforementioned groups are all volunteers and represent the voting members in Senate. The ESG Process Keepers serve as the facilitators for Senate as it relates to administrative tasks such as logistics, the transference of knowledge, policies, and the election process. The Process Keepers are paid positions and to keep the balance of power they do not have voting privileges.

Members of Earlham Student Senate:

Class of 2023

  • Vaishnavi Walade
  • Riley Weisman
  • Eileen FayAnn Martin

Class of 2022

  • Charlie Burton
  • Thalia Lhatso
  • Anthony Luis

Class of 2021

  • Leonel Ignacio Martin
  • Gisselle Lydia Salgado
  • Colin Alexander Kaurich

Class of 2020

  • Maya Panicker
  • Karly Haggerty
  • Arlo Townsley

Barrett Hall

  • Tavaura Wardlow

Bundy Hall

  • Valerie Martinez

Campus Village

  • Ila Beinart

Earlham Hall

  • Trang Hue Nguyen¬†

Friendship & Theme Houses

  • Asa Kramer-Dickie

Hoerner

  • Irving Barrera

The U

  • Deidra A. Said
  • Nathan Metz-Lerman
  • Miranda Klein

Olvey-Andis

  • Henry Wildes

International Students

  • Ruslan Dominic
  • Stephanie Fallas

Student Athletes

  • Camille Olivia van der Vaart
  • Alden Thompson Vought

Student Sustainability Corps

  • Ted Jacquet
  • Jessie Fanini

Constitutional Review Committee

  • Gloria Aligbe
  • Jace Grissom
  • Zafreen Shah
  • Julian Banks
  • Fletcher York
  • Alexander Eastman

Earlham Student Government Process Keepers

  • SOC Conveners

    • Jack Johnson
    • Tianxiang Tian
  • Financial Advisers

    • Muskan Uprety
  • Nominations Co-Chairs

    • Donna Tin Sun
    • Evan Feldberg-Bannatyne
  • Technical Adviser

    • Kyle Barbour
  • Communications & Outreach Co-Chairs

    • Uyen Do Phoung Nguyen
    • Anika Sullivan
  • Historian

    • Jonathan Todd
  • Events Coordinator

    • Tsitsi Sharon Mafuka

 

To contact the Process Keepers, email esg@earlham.edu.

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