Amelia Jones is a fourth year English student with dual minors in theatre and German from Wheeling, West Virginia. Apart from SGA, Amelia is actively involved in TEDxWVU, serves as an Honors Peer Mentor, an editor for the WVU English Department's Literary Magazine: Calliope, a member with the Mountaineer Mentors, and chairs the Student Service Advisory Committee. In addition, Amelia is a Newman Civic Fellow where she is completing a social action project to collect gently used school supply items to donate to students in alternative schools in Monongalia County. This is her second year in SGA; Amelia's vision for her SGA platforms are to improve WVU's 76% retention rate by focusing on academic support services, peer transition programs, and community outreach. Furthermore, in collaboration with the Center for Service and Learning's Social Action Clinic, she also will continue to empower her fellow Mountaineers through service to take action in our community. She enjoys reading a good book, volunteering in her community, and hiking. After graduation, she will pursue a Master's in Secondary Education and then pursue a doctorate. From there, she intends to become a high school English teacher.
Arpan Kumar is a third year student studying computer science and public relations from Charleston, West Virginia. This is his third year involved with SGA, and his second year being a senator. Arpan enjoys reading, volunteering his time to those around him, and socializing with friends. He intends to pursue graduate school upon graduation.
Colton Nichols is a second year student double majoring in political science and communication studies and minoring in leadership studies from Charleston, West Virginia. He currently serves as a Diversity Ambassador for the Department of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on campus. This is his second year involved with SGA, as Colton previously served as an intern. In his free time, he enjoys watching Netflix, reading, and exchanging conversation amongst his friends. His future goals include either attending law school, becoming a civil rights attorney, or becoming a campaign staffer.