Please review the platform of each nominee below and cast your vote through the link sent to your student email account. Voting for the Executive Vice President will take place from November 26 - 30, 2018.
Perry Angoy, M.S. Industrial Technology (May 2019)
I believe I am the best candidate for the Vice President position because I currently have a strong background in working administrative duties. I currently work for the University Police Student Assistant program where I serve as a student coordinator. My job responsibilities include making administrative decisions with the University Police Student Assistant Program to assist in ensuring that the campus is safe throughout the day, the hiring process of new employees, responding to daily email requests for special event coverage. I have been employed with the University Police Student Assistant program for 5 consecutive years, and still working. I also worked with the Education Opportunity program previously for five consecutive years (Summer 2013- Summer 2017) where I was able to serve as a Resident assistant, and a Resident director. I was given the opportunity to make administrative decision in cooperation with other peers to achieve the same goal throughout the program which is to assist incoming high school student with the transition from high school to college mentalities. I have attended the last GSA meeting. I have built a strong interest in serving the GSA Eboard.
Jazmene Mosley, M.S. Higher Education & Student Affairs Administration (May 2020)
I am a studying Higher Education and Student Affairs. I currently serve as the Senator for the School of Professions and I am now looking to be the Executive Vice President for the Graduate Student Association (GSA). I believe that I am the best candidate for this position because before serving as the Senator for the School of Professions, I served as the Senator for the United Students Government at SUNY Buffalo State during my undergraduate years. Needless to say, I understand what it takes to be a part of an organization that strives to serve the student body. It takes hard work, dedication, and creativity to produce programs and change that will holistically impact the student body. I embody the mission of GSA and I want to serve as the representative who will support the interests of the institution and the current and future graduate students. I want to change the preconceived notion of what it means to be a graduate student, we still want to engage in inclusive programming and we still want to have a voice within our college community, and through GSA I believe that with the help of my peers we can create an engaging and inclusive environment.
Nikia Brown, M.P.A. Public Administration in Public & Nonprofit Management (December 2019)
After attending my first GSA meeting I felt as though there were so many things I could improve. I have ideas on how to improve student involvement and participation. I also have ideas on how to have events but at a lower cost and a great turn out. I would like for all of the graduate students that attend buffalo to feel as though they have support and are provided with the resources they think are necessary. I think the GSA is already doing an incredible job but I know I can further enhance the outstanding foundation that has been set.
Shamier Jackson, M.S. Public Relations (May 2019)
I feel like I’m the best candidate for the Executive Vice President position because I am well versed and experienced in administrative positions here on campus. I am a graduate advisor for my fraternity, I have served as a residence assistant in residence halls, I’ve worked as a student assistant for the EOP summer academy, I was the resident director of the EOP transfer program last summer, I am a constant presence at many of the clubs and organizations events here on campus, and I attend meetings for school sponsored eboards such as the IGA. I am a strong multi-tasker, and that showed throughout my undergraduate career. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business in only 3 years, while also being involved on campus and balancing a job. I’m also comfortable organizing events and balancing budgets, as my undergraduate studies supplemented this ability, as well as being a part of a fraternity in which it is required to do so. Overall, I feel like I am the ideal candidate for this position, and would love to be a part of the organization.
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