Senate

The Senate of the

Associated Students of Lewis & Clark College



Senators 

Wesley Chen

Nicole Dean

Naylor Finnerty

Jeremiah Thomas P Koshy

Kenneth Leja

Jacob Muscarella

Hannah Posey-Scholl

Feona Rehfuss

Tom Stratton

Quinn Vinlove


 Representatives

Queer Community Rep. –  Sam Seagren
International Students Rep. – Nicolette Sauramba
Student Athletes Rep. – Jonathon Torres
Feminist Students Rep. – Helen Hitz


Committee Assignments

Constitutional Affairs Committee:
  • Jacob Muscarella

  • Natalie Souders (Chair)
Student Advisory Team :
  • Quinn Vinlove
  • Natalie Souders (Chair)
Student Academic Affairs Board
  • Sophia Canon (Chair)
Community Service & Relations Committee
  • Jessica Doan
  • Mikah Bertelmann
  • Naylor Finnerty
  • Nicole Dean
  • Wesley Chen
  • Helena Loftus
  • Violet Betters (Chair)
Student Organizations Committee
  • Feona Rehfuss
  • Keneth Leja
  • Tom Stratton
  • Yoana Stoyanov
  • Philip Grandidier (Vice Chair)
  • Alden Chatfield (Chair)
Finance Committee:
  • Naylor Finnerty
  • Hannah Posey-Scholl
  • Keldy Mason
  • Ryan Crim
  • William Witmer (Chair)
Student Health Advisory Board:
  • Nicole Dean

Renewable Energy Fee Committee:
  • Terell Mwetta

Elections Committee:
  • Franchesca Spann
  • Mary Claire Spurgin
  • Max Udas
  • Nora Maybury (Chair)
Diversity Committee
  • Jeremiah Koshy
  • Nicolette Sauramba (chair)
Senate meetings are open to all students, faculty, administrators, and community members and occur every
Thursday at 7 PM, in Thayer conference room located in Templeton

If you have ideas, thoughts, or opinions about the happenings at Lewis & Clark, and the passion to follow through with action, run for Senate! Being a class Senator is a great way to be an active participant in ASLC by representing your class. Applications can be found outside of the ASLC offices on the main floor of Templeton or by contacting the Vice President at aslcvp@lclark.edu. You can also get involved by contacting your class senator to draft and present legislation on your topic of interest.

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