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Senator Brewster

Roark Sizemore


Tyler Brewster is a sophomore Political Science student from Martinsburg, West Virginia. Tyler was elected on March 30, 2017 to serve as the President Pro Tempore of the Student Assembly. He is also a board member for the Student Alumni Association. Outside of academia; Tyler enjoys both playing and watching sports, reading, and traveling the world.

​Tyler is passionate about; 

  • Public and campus safety, including continuing his work with UPD on active shooter training programs,
  • Inclusivity for all, and
  • State outreach. 
Abundance Hunt

Adam Craig

Abundance Squires Hunt is an Exercise Physiology major from Lewisburg, WV. She is a member of WVU SGA and sits on the presidential board for the WVU exercise physiology club. Abundance has a passion for community service that was amplified after her home community was hit in the June 2016 flood that affected much of her home state. You’ll find her in the Blue lot and standing in line hours before tipoff.

​Abundance is passionate about; 
  • Improving the game day experience
  • Promoting club sports around campus 
  • Creating policies to provide student discounts on concessions at athletic events. 
Aishwarya Vijay

Kate Dye

Aishwarya Vijay is a sophomore Biomedical Engineering major from Morgantown. On campus, Aishwarya is a sister of Alpha Omega Epsilon and officer for the Global Medical and Dental Brigades. Growing up in Morgantown surrounded by the WVU atmosphere has given her a direct outlook into the life of students from an early standpoint. She is passionate about expanding diversity, community outreach, and bridging the gap between the downtown and Evansdale campuses. Most people would describe her as confident and focused. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music and brushing up on what is happening around the world. Aishwarya would also like to note that she is a strong enforcer of rap and bubble tea.

Gage Fortney

Brenna Leasor is a junior Psychology major from Morgantown, WV. She currently serves as the City Council Liaison for Student Government Association, the Volunteer Coordinator for the WVU Food Recovery Network, the Service Chair for the WVU Psychology Club, and as an intern for WVUp All Night. Brenna is an undergraduate research assistant in the IDEA lab and the BEACON lab. The IDEA lab studies emotional affect, perception, and regulation; and the BEACON lab studies behavioral interventions in children. In her free time, Brenna volunteers with Animal Friends of North-Central WV photographing adoptable pets. After completing her degree, she plans to pursue a graduate program in Human Factors Psychology. 

​Brenna is particularly interested in;
  • Student food insecurity, 
    • ​Integrating food recovery policies into various university policies. 
    • Working with campus decision makers to allow the RACK (student food bank) to operate on a larger scale. 
  • Sexual health, and
  • Community outreach.
Brent Osborne

Owen Gray

Brent Osborne is a sophomore business management major from Beckley, West Virginia. During his freshman year, Brent was a preferred walk-on safety on the football team. As a lifelong West Virginian, Brent's love for the State of West Virginia and our Mountaineer community has only grown with his involvement on campus and in the community. Currently, Brent is a reporter with WV MetroNews Sports covering high school sports across the state.  

Cora King

Tyler Greathouse

Cora King is a freshman Hospitality and Tourism Management major from Hurricane, WV. She is the a member of the professional business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi where she serves as the community service chair for her pledge class and she is also a part of SGA, WVU DECA, American Marketing Association and Helping Hands here at WVU. Outside of WVU, Cora is involved with REACH Work Camps, American Red Cross and Salvation Army soup kitchens across the state of West Virginia. Cora is very passionate about WVU being an inclusive campus. She believes that everyone at WVU is here for a reason and they need to be treated with equality and respect no matter their race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
Ethan Ball

Cailyn Hall

Ethan Ball is a junior Entrepreneurship student with a passion for innovation. Originally from Princeton, West Virginia, Ethan loves the state, its culture and of course, the people. Ethan balances executive positions within Student Government Association, WVU S.O.C.K-IT, and is a founding father of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Passionate about the Mountain State, Ethan has appeared as a two-time finalist for the Mountaineer Mascot and is eager to leave a positive impact on his home state.
Karley White

Mike Hamrick

Karley White from Annapolis, Maryland is a freshman studying Industrial Engineering and Leadership Studies. She is involved on campus with Chi Omega, Engineers Without Borders, and the 2016-2017 Student Government Administration. Karley works with the treasurer on the Bureau of Finance as a voting member. 

Peyton Keener

Lujain Alotaibi is a freshman political science major from Khobar City, Saudi Arabia.  She is very passionate about volunteering and giving back to her community. Currently, she is the Vice President of the Saudi Student Association, and she enjoys collaborating and conversing with fellow international students to help address the needs and concerns of the international student community. Outside of campus life, Lujain loves to read, travel and explore diverse cultures, perspectives and experiences. 

Madi Matheny

Miguel is a junior physics major and philosophy minor from Bridgeport, WV. He is a member of the Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society, 1st Vice President of the WVU Chapter of the NAACP, and is a sitting member on the WVU SGA diversity committee. In classroom, he aims to aid WVU’s image as a beacon for academic excellence to the state and outside, he is an undergraduate research assistant for Dr. Earl Scime in the field of plasma physics. 
Paraag Gupta

Lora McDonald

Paraag Gupta is a sophomore at WVU who devotes much his time to a variety of extracurricular activities such as organizing and participating in volunteering events around campus as well as conducting undergraduate biomedical research. In his free time, he tends to develop his hobbies like playing tennis, playing the piano, trying new kinds of food, or playing board games.  He intends to graduate with a degree in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Computer Science and aspires to use these skills as a physician or a designer of biomedical devices. 
Teresa Hoang

Steven Murphy

Teresa Hoang is a freshman Industrial Engineering Major from Huntington, WV. She is a member of the theta chapter of the Chi Omega fraternity, Society of Women Engineers, and Engineers Without Borders. Teresa is the Executive Secretary for WVU's Student Government Association and works largely with the Bureau of Finance. Teresa also works as a tutor for a math boot camp that specializes in helping with ALEKS and offers further tutoring services for Math 156, Calculus 2. Teresa is bilingual, fluent in both Vietnamese and English! 
Mason Arbogast

Zainab Rana

Mason Arbogast is a sophomore Immunology and Medical Microbiology student from Lewis County, West Virginia. He hopes to attend medical school after his four years of undergraduate. Mason was an SGA Intern for the 2016-2017 school year, is a part ofWVU Collegiate 4-H, and volunteers weekly at Ruby Memorial Hospital. He hopes to increase student involvement and awareness for clubs, organizations, and WVU events.
Shan Cawley

Kareem (Muhammed) Shammaa

Shannon Cawley is currently the Boreman Community Council RHA President, an SGA intern, the NCTE'eers Community Outreach Chair and a Film Club Member. Shannon is a published poet, with her first collection of poems "depression is a thunderstorm and i am a scared dog" coming out during the summer of 2017; her chapbook will be available at both Barnes & Noble locations on WVU's campus. In her free time, Shannon writes for Affinity Magazine & The Odyssey, submits poetry to online journals and stresses out about school probably way too much. 

Dominique Villaseñor


Chad Dye


Drew Spearko

Senator Roark Sizemore is a political science student from Morgantown, West Virginia. He is involved with Our Children Our Future, is Co-President of Be the Match and President of Pantry Plus More. Outside of extracurriculars, Roark enjoys reading, watching and playing sports and volunteering. 

He is passionate about expanding diversity, fighting food insecurity and poverty in WV and increasing volunteerism.