Meet the members of Waubonsee Community College's 2019-20 student government

  • Waubonsee Community College's Student Government for 2019-20 includes: front, from left, Angela Nwalie, Rachel Diaz, Zoraiz Asif, Rachel Wozniak, Saida Vargas; and back row, from left, Pauline Schallmo, Samuel Ochoa, David Garcia, Tyler Venditti, Marcos Garcia, Folaoluwashewa Shofu, Kristin Herout and Andrea Aguirre.

    Waubonsee Community College's Student Government for 2019-20 includes: front, from left, Angela Nwalie, Rachel Diaz, Zoraiz Asif, Rachel Wozniak, Saida Vargas; and back row, from left, Pauline Schallmo, Samuel Ochoa, David Garcia, Tyler Venditti, Marcos Garcia, Folaoluwashewa Shofu, Kristin Herout and Andrea Aguirre. Courtesy of Waubonsee Community College

 
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Posted11/4/2019 12:01 PM

Waubonsee Community College announced its student government members for the current academic year.

The members of Waubonsee's 2019-2020 student government are:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

• Angela Nwalie of Montgomery, student trustee

• Zoraiz Asif of Aurora, student senate president

• Pauline Schallmo of Oswego, student senator

• Andrea Aguirre of Aurora, student senator

• Rachel Diaz of Waterman, student senator

• David Garcia of Aurora, student senator

• Marcos Garcia of Aurora, student senator

• Folaoluwashewa Shofu of Montgomery, student senator

• Saida Vargas of Sandwich, student senator

• Rachel Wozniak of Maple Park, student senator

• Kristin Herout of Maple Park, student senator

• Samuel Ochoa of Montgomery, student senator

• Tyler Venditti of Geneva, student senator

Student government provides leadership opportunities for students, as well as a channel of communication between college administrators and the student body. The student government leaders sit on many college committees and provide student perspective and feedback to the college leadership.

The student government leaders were introduced to the board of trustees at its October meeting.

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