Saint Martin's students elect student government leaders for 2003-2004

Tuesday, May 20, 2003

Lacey, Wash. - Saint Martin’s College students recently elected officers and senators for the 2003-2004 academic year. Steering the college’s student government, the Associated Students of Saint Martin's College, will be:

  • President Jonathan Sprouffske, senior from Rainier majoring in business administration and accounting
  • Vice president for business Seth Bird, sophomore from Yakima majoring in mechanical engineering
  • Vice president for judicial affairs Kenyon Smith, junior from Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, majoring in business administration
  • Communications director DeWayne Strange, senior from Chehalis majoring in English
  • Activities director Evan Martin, junior from LaCenter majoring in business administration
  • Executive secretary Sunny Gold, a senior from Shelton majoring in business administration
  • Senator of academic affairs Victor Carpenter, a sophomore from Shelton, undeclared major
  • Senator of campus development Brian Johnson, sophomore from Graham majoring in mechanical engineering
  • Senator of clubs and organizations Rachael Schroll, sophomore from Des Moines majoring in psychology
  • Senator of community service Leah Munion, junior from Kent majoring in community service
  • Senator of international students Leah Bedker, junior from Tacoma majoring in psychology
  • Senator of non-traditional students Robbyn Allen, junior from Fort Lewis majoring in biology
  • Senator of residence life Stephanie Day, sophomore from Milwaukie, Ore., majoring in criminal justice and psychology
  • Senator of student union Lisa Parker, junior from Yelm majoring in psychology

For more information:
May 20, 2003 Amy Gillespie, director
Office of campus and residence life
360-438-4299 or agillespie@stmartin.edu

Deanna Partlow
Senior editor, media relations coordinator
360-438-4332 or dpartlow@stmartin.edu