Co-President: Garret Genco

Long Island, NY

What’s good? My name is Garret Genco from Long Island, NY. I am part of the graduating class of 2020 and I will be serving as the Senior Class Co-President with Kevin Muñoz. This is my first year on SGA and although I am slightly nervous, one of my aspirations with Kevin is to help foster a fun, united community on Colby’s campus that is active and supportive of each and every student through the events we plan as a council! Besides SGA, I also serve as a Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Peer Educator, a Learning Assistant in Earth Systems Chemistry and a COOT leader. One of my favorite locations on campus, aside from my apartment, is the Pugh Center and the wonderful space of SOBLU! I also love the outdoors, specifically any and all bodies of water especially those at the end of hikes.

 


Co-President: Kevin Muñoz

Santa Ana, CA

Hi everyone! I’m Kevin Muñoz, one of the two senior class presidents. I am a double major in East Asian Studies and Women’s, Gender, Sexuality Studies. My hometown is Santa Ana, California which hosts Disneyland in the vicinity and amazing Latinx foods. At Colby, I’m currently involved in SOBLU, The Bridge, and I am also a Mandarin Language Tutor. I really enjoy learning about the world; last year, I went abroad to six different countries and through those experiences decided on taking Arabic this semester to further my knowledge of our world. As a class president, I hope to work with my co, Garret Genco, to plan events that will be welcoming of our diverse senior class. Ultimately, we hope to organize a successful final year for our peers and serve as positive examples for underclassmen.


Senator: Sarah Bibeau

Norwich, VT

Hellllloooo!!! My name is Sarah Bibeau and I am a senior from Norwich, Vermont! I am a Government and French double major here at Colby. Besides SGA, on campus, I work as a Sexual Violence Prevention Peer Educator, a barista at the Mary Low Coffeehouse, a COOT leader, and finally, I am a proud member of Colby Dancers! This is my second year as a senator on SGA and I am looking forward to making positive changes on campus with an awesome group of people. I’m very excited to plan some new, funky Senior Class events, so if you have any ideas shoot me an email (sebibe20@colby.edu) or come up and chat!


Senator: Amanda Norchi

Natick, MA

Hellooooo! My name is Amanda Norchi and I am a senior class senator from Natick, MA. I’m a psychology major with a neuroscience concentration on the pre-med track. During my second year of SGA, I look forward to continuing to make changes to strengthen our community culture and creating exciting senior class events. Besides SGA, I am also a COOT leader, CCAK mentor, psychology tutor, Sexual Violence Prevention Peer educator, and Cure the Cloud member. Please reach out with any questions or ideas for the year, and I really look forward to working with the Colby community!


Senator: Will Phillips

Philadelphia, PA

Hi I’m Will Phillips and I am one of the Junior Class Senators! I am from Philadelphia, PA, however, originally I grew up most of my life in sunny Florida. I joined SGA because I wanted to help strengthen the inclusiveness and unity of our class and the overall Colby community through fun and interactive events. On-campus besides being on SGA, I am a COOT leader, CCAK mentor, apart of the Colby Student Investment Club, and on the baseball team. I’m super excited to bring my past experiences, connections, and passion for the Colby community to further class unity through fun events, help make Colby run a little smoother, and make lasting memories for the class of 2020!  Hope to see you around campus!


Senator: Emily Ambeliotis

Gloucester, Massachusetts

Hiya! I’m Emily, a senator of the Class of 2020. I’m excited to finish my Colby career as a member of SGA. I am a geology major from Gloucester, Massachusetts. You’ll probably find me on campus on the floor of Mudd or rolling in mud on the rugby field.  I deeply enjoy cherry tomatoes and Oklahoma! the musical. I’m looking forward to serving the Colby community.