TTUHSC Student Government Association New Officers

The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) Student Government Association (SGA) hosted its awards and annual installation banquet.

 

Newly elected SGA officers, outstanding faculty, students and graduating seniors were honored. Outgoing SGA officers Cheyenne Mangold, Sarah Jaroudi, Jane Gilmore and Amanda Mitchell were recognized and the new officers for 2017-2018 took their oath of office as the transfer of the gavel was made.

 

Elected officers include:

 

  • President – Austin Lunney
  • Vice President of Communications – Ruth Ann Hadjis
  • Vice President of Operations – Andeep Dasaraju
  • Vice President of Finance – Jane Gilmore

 

The SGA serves as the voice for students and focuses on a number of key projects. The banquet was an opportunity to honor faculty and senators who are mentors and go above and beyond.

 

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