President: Ashlee Guevara ’21

Houston, TX

My name is Ashlee Guevara and I am honored to be serving as SGA President this year. I am a Posse scholar from Houston, Texas double majoring in Government and Psychology.  A little bit about me: my favorite thing to eat at Colby is the Buffalo Mac & Cheese, you should definitely give it a try :). Although I am only 5’2, my favorite animal is a giraffe. You could say I look up to them. Although this year posses its challenges, I am so grateful for the opportunity to work alongside amazing students to leave Colby a better place than we found it.


Vice President: Sam Rosenstien ’21

Southborough, MA

Hi Mules! My name is Sam Rosenstein, and I am excited to serve as the Vice President of SGA this year!! I am a senior from Southborough, MA and a Global Studies and Government double major with a minor in Managerial Economics. Outside of the classroom I work in the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, volunteer as a CCAK menor, and play saxophone in the Jazz Ensemble. This is my third year on SGA having held roles on Class Council and as a Senator, and I could not be more excited for this coming year. We have an amazing group of dedicated class representatives and Executive Board members who are all excited to tackle the challenges of this coming year. Don’t ever hesitate to reach out via email (sbrose21@colby.edu) or stop by my office hours (Mondays 1-3 pm) to ask questions about SGA or to just chat!


Treasurer: Genesis Cazalez ’21

Houston, TX 

My name is Genesis Cazalez, your local Houstonian and your favorite Texan. Many people across campus lovingly call me Gen, and you can too! I am a Senior Government and Education double major, serve as a Learning Assistant for the Spanish Department, and am the Co-Chair of the Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs. I am so excited to be serving as your SGA Treasurer in my fourth year on SGA! As Treasurer, I oversee all SGA spending and club spending on campus. This year is very different for a plethora of reasons, I want to ensure students are supported and heard during this strange season at Colby and for those remote. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me. Come visit me in office hours! Shoutout to Finance Committee, y’all are great! Here’s to a great semester!


Parliamentarian: Emmanuel Sogunle ’21

Denver, CO

Wassup! My name is Emmanuel Sogunle and I was born in Nigeria, but I live in Denver, Colorado. I am an Economics and Educational Studies double major. Along with being the SGA Parliamentarian, I am one of the Presidents of the Colby African Society. I am also a research intern for the Lunder Institute. My hobbies include, arguing about why Colorado is the superior state, watching TV, and hanging out with my friends. I’m excited about being part of SGA this semester and hopeful about what we can accomplish!e in office hours! 


Chair of Communications: Abby Recko

Hometown

 

 


Chair of Equity and Inclusion: Reagan Dennis ’23

Houston, TX

Hey y’all!! I’m Reagan Dennis and I am this year’s Diversity and Inclusion Chair! I am a Posse Scholar from Houston, Texas and I am a Government and Anthropology double major.  I am also one of the current fellows for the Pugh Center’s First Generation Low-income Program for Student Success (shoutout FLIPS). I am an active member of SOBLU and an employee of the Pugh Center and I enjoy meeting new people and building relationships. I am extremely excited to be doing this work as it is important to me and I have so many plans to improve Colby and the experiences of students on campus. In my position, I hope to provide visibility and resources for those, like myself, who hold marginalized/underrepresented identities on campus and advocate for the needs of the student body. If you’re ever around, catch me at the Information Help Desk in the Spa or the Pugh Center Welcome Desk, you’ll know it’s me because the music will be BANGIN.


Administrative Chair: Cheshta Prasad ’22

Niskayuna, NY

Heyo everyone!! My name is Cheshta and I am from the Capital Region area of Upstate New York, specifically Niskayuna. I am a junior majoring in Environmental Chemistry and minoring in Music and Astronomy. I’m super hyped to serve as Administrative Chair on the Executive Board this year! At Colby, I am very involved with Civic Engagement work; I volunteer at Maine General Hospital and Bedside Manor. I am also a COOT leader, a member of the Ultimate Frisbee team, take piano lessons and work at Campus Life. Apart from school I love playing pool and eating Indian food – so catch me at Mughal Palace (located 30 minutes from Colby) for every Sunday brunch. Can’t wait to have a fantastic year!


Chair of Community Engagement: Natalie Guarino ’21

Hi all, my name is Natalie Guarino! I am from central Massachusetts but spent so much of my childhood in Maine, I just had to end up at Colby! I am a Psychology major and Creative Writing minor, but my Colby experience has been most largely defined by my freshman year first semester spent as a GES Dijon program member. I have never been involved in SGA until my senior year during which I will be the Executive Board Chair of Community Engagement, but my time spent working for the Colby Volunteer Center in past years has prepared me well for this role. 2020 has been a turbulent year that has challenged us as a country, as a college, and as individuals. I look forward to engaging with the Colby and Waterville communities this year in ways that promote critical thinking and allow for a range of voices to be heard.