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SGA officers, senators installed during outdoor swearing-in


The Student Government Association’s 2020-21 Executive Board and the organization’s senators were sworn in during this past week’s first meeting of the Fall 2020 semester.

Ethan M. McKenzie, 2020-21 president of Penn College's Student Government Association, presides over Wednesday's swearing-in ceremony.
Ethan M. McKenzie, 2020-21 president of Penn College’s Student Government Association, presides over Wednesday’s swearing-in ceremony.

Taking the oath of office as the new year begins at Penn College are:

School of Business, Arts & Sciences

  • Senator for arts and sciences – Ashlee Felix, Williamsport, human services and restorative justice
  • Senators for business and hospitality – Rachael A. Levitan, Manheim, business administration: marketing concentration, and Sam M. Peters, Montoursville, business management

School of Engineering Technologies

  • Senators for industrial and computing technologies – Mathew T. Hammond, Williamsport, building automation technology, and Daniel T. Wright, McClure, engineering design technology
  • Senators for materials science and engineering technologies– Sarah E. Booher, Orangeville, civil engineering technology, and Dakota C. Harrison, Lewisberry, manufacturing engineering technology
  • Senators for diesel technology and natural resources – Marcayla M. Lutzkanin, Port Carbon, diesel technology, and Ryan T. Flynn, Clarks Summit, heavy construction equipment technology: technician emphasis
  • Senators for transportation technologies – Cody C. Bentzel, Williamsport, aviation maintenance technology, and Nicolo M. Cottone, Hazleton, collision repair technology
  • Senator for construction and architectural technologies – Tom A. Grates VI, Tarentum, construction management

School of Nursing & Health Sciences

  • Senators for nursing – Nursing majors Samar Alquraish, Williamsport, and Callie A. Sobolewski, Budd Lake, N.J.
  • Senators for health sciences – Grace E. Peiffer, State College, applied health studies: radiography concentration, and Alexia O. Zelenevskaya, dental hygiene

At Large

  • Senator at Large for health and wellness – Maddie A. Newell, Milton, surgical technology

Executive Board

  • President – Ethan M. McKenzie, Muncy, software development and information management
  • Executive Vice President – Robert A. Luna, San Clemente, Calif., health science
  • Vice President of Financial Affairs – David Eaton, Harrisburg, web and interactive media
  • Vice President of Internal Relations – Brianna E. Milden, Nazareth, information technology: network specialist concentration
  • Vice President of Public Relations – Charlee R. Marshall, Snow Shoe, construction management

– Photos by Tim Wegman, student photographer

This year's SGA Executive Board (from left): Milden, Eaton, McKenzie, Luna and Marshall
This year’s SGA Executive Board (from left): Milden, Eaton, McKenzie, Luna and Marshall

Business, Arts & Sciences senators (from left): Peters, Felix and Levitan
Business, Arts & Sciences senators (from left): Peters, Felix and Levitan

Engineering Technologies senators (from left): Grates, Booher, Hammond, Wright, Flynn, Lutzkanin, Bentzel, Harrison and Cottone
Engineering Technologies senators (from left): Grates, Booher, Hammond, Wright, Flynn, Lutzkanin, Bentzel, Harrison and Cottone

Nursing & Health Sciences senators (from left): Peiffer, Alquraish and Sobolewski (Zelenevskaya was in clinic that evening and unable to attend)
Nursing & Health Sciences senators (from left): Peiffer, Alquraish and Sobolewski (Zelenevskaya was in clinic that evening and unable to attend)

Newell is an at-large senator for health and wellness.
Newell is an at-large senator for health and wellness.

 

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