Cluster Senators

Cluster Senators:

LaKerRoJe Senators

Clangrala Senators

Elizabeth Collinger (She/her/hers) is a second year student from St. Louis, Missouri. She is an intended Sociology and Spanish double major. She is looking forward to participating in different service projects while building a more cohesive community. Elizabeth is on the dining hall services and student initiative committees. Elizabeth cannot wait to serve as Senator for Clangrala. She welcomes all questions, and concerns. Feel free to email her at [collinge].

Smounker Senators

Hello! I’m Puravi Nath (she/her/hers), a second-year International student from Kolkata, India. I am an intended Psychology major. As a Smounker senator, I’m thrilled to be representing the needs and encouraging voices of students on campus! I am also a member of the ACE Committee and am currently working on a project to introduce the screening of foreign movies to Harris cinema. I look forward to building community and strengthening connections at Grinnell! Feel free to reach out to me anytime with concerns, questions, or ideas at [nathpura] or [smounker].

Allie Pearce ’20 (she/her/hers) is a second-year student from Iowa City, Iowa. She is a Political Science major with double concentrations in Policy Studies and American Studies, and is involved with Campus Democrats and Student Action. She is excited to represent Smounker in Student Government and work towards making campus a better place, however possible.


 Canada Senators


Loosehead Senators

Syamala Gumidyala ’21 (she/her/hers) is a second-year intended Computer Science major and American Studies concentrator from Bolingbrook, IL. She is a member of the Outreach Committee and Reform committee chair. Outside SGA, she works for Information Technology Services and grades for the Computer Science department. She is also a member of the Grinnell Singers, plays guitar, and enjoys watching the Office. As a senator for Loosehead, she hopes to promote self-governance and keep students engaged with SGA events and issues on campus. Feel free to contact her any time at [gumidyal].

Declan Jones ’21 (he/him/his) is a second-year intended Economics major and Policy Studies and Statistics concentrator from Chicago, Illinois. He is a member of Green Fund, Student Initiatives, and Diversity and Outreach Committee. Outside of SGA, he participates in Grinnell Singers, Con Brio a Cappella, and works as a dispatcher at the Department of Campus Safety. Declan is committed to establishing clear communication between students and government, as well as bridging the divide between college students and the town. Please reach out with any question, concerns, or dog pictures at [jonesdec].

Jamaland Senators

Anna Moen ’20 (she/her/hers) is a third year Political Science & GWSS double major from Eden Prairie, MN. As a senator, she is a member of the SPC & Services Committee, along with Reform Committee. On campus, she is a Grinnell Advocate and a member of Grinnell Singers.  Anna is looking forward to representing Jamaland, and welcomes question, concerns, or conversation via [moenanna]!

Arish Vale ’21 (he/him/his) is a first year from Manhattan, California. Arish is an intended Political Science and History double-major and is unsurprisingly enthralled by all things political and historical. He is on both the All Campus Events committee and the Student Initiative Fund committee. He looks forward to helping to not just maintain, but improve, Grinnell’s community across the campus. He is honored to be one of LaKerRoJe’s senators and is excited to work with all his colleagues to create the best atmosphere for the student in East. If you have any concerns, comments, questions, ideas, or policy papers please direct them towards [valearis]!



June Christian ’19 (she/her/hers) is a fourth year English and Music double major from Brooklyn, NY. This semester she will be serving on Outreach committee and Reform Committee. Outside of SGA, June is involved in the student run production of Spring Awakening, and works at Relish Restaurant. She is excited to work with her fellow OCCO/OCNCO Senators to make off-campuses houses more accessible for all students, and build a greater off campus community. You can find June with questions, queries, and concerns in the Grill, in Burling, or at her email [christia1]!
Vedika Haralalka (she/her/hers) is a fourth year from New Delhi, India. She is graduating with a major in Economics and a Global Development Studies Concentration, and is passionate about working in environmental sustainability and economic development. Previously, she was Senator for Loosehead in her second year, as well as ISO delegate, and worked on collaborating between the organizations for cultural events and sharing. Being in her fourth year, she is sad about the loss of self-gov that she saw die in her years here. Currently, she is Senator for OCCO/OCNO and excited to have fun activities that will bring together off campus folk in pursuit of community building and joy.
She would be happy to discuss ideas, questions, concerns or thoughts so please feel free to reach out to me her at [haralalk].