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]!
Elizabeth Collinger ‘21 (she/her/hers) is a first year student from St. Louis, Missouri. She is interested in majoring in Sociology and Spanish. She is looking forward to participating in different service projects while building a more cohesive community. Elizabeth cannot wait to serve as Senator for LaKeRoJe. She welcomes all questions, and concerns. Feel free to email her at [collinge].
Regina Logan ’20 (she/her/hers) is a second-year Economics major and Policy Studies concentrator from Portland, Oregon. She is a member of theElection, Outreach, and Reform committees, and outside of SGA, she works for SHIC and the Communications department. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, and keeping up with the Bachelor/Bachelorette. She serves as a LaKerRoJe Senator and wants to keep working on ways to make SGA an engaging, accessible, and worthwhile resource for all students. Please reach out with anytime @ [loganreg]!
Ishaan Tibrewal ’21 (he/him/his) is a first year international student from Kolkata, India. He is an intended Economics and Psychology double major who is interested in studying irrational behaviour in consumer choices. Ishaan is also on the varsity tennis team at Grinnell. As senator he is excited to serve the people of the Clangrala cluster. Feel free to reach reach out to him @ [tibrewal]
Kaia Clarke ’21 (she/her/hers) is a first year from Chicago, Illinois. Her intended major is Biology with a Neuroscience concentration and enjoys mathematics. She is also a part of the Grinnell Women’s Swimming and Diving Team and loves connecting with others. She wants to help build a stronger and better community on campus and be more involved in Student Government. She is thrilled to be a senator of Clangrala for this semester and to work with other Clangrala Senators to bring a closer community feel to north campus. If you have any questions, feel free to email her @ [clarkeka].
Jonathan Rebelsky ’20 is a second-year Music and Chemistry, double major from Grinnell Iowa. Jonathan also serves on the Student Programming/Services Committee. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach Jonathan at [rebelskyj].
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.
Cinthia Romo ’21 (she/her/hers) is a first year student from Kansas City, Kansas. She is a prospective Sociology and Political Science double major, and is extremely interested in pursuing political psychology. Cinthia is one of the CaNaDa senators and is on the All Campus Events, Services, and Diversity/Outreach committees, as well as First Year Council. When she is not busy with SGA, she volunteers with the Lunchtime Language Learners, and Crecemos Unidos programs to tutor elementary and high school kids. She also interns for the Student Organization of Latinx students on campus. Cinthia is excited to build community on campus and foster a deeper connection to Grinnell! If you have any questions/comments/concerns please email her at [romocint] or [canada].
Angela Frimpong ’20 (she/her/hers) is a second year student from Accra, Ghana. Although she has not declared a major yet, she is interested in development, policy and non-profit work and is seriously considering a Statistics concentration. She is interested in making students more aware of resources and ways to get involved on campus. Angela is excited to serve as a Senator for CaNaDa this semester and looks forward to working with other senators to build a better community on campus. Feel free to reach out with any questions, concerns or ideas at [frimpong1].
Erica Satchell ’21 (she/her/hers) is a first year student from the suburbs of Chicago, Il. She is an intended Biochemistry major on a pre-medical track. She enjoys being a Chemistry Tutor as well as being involved in Concerned Black Students. Erica is extremely excited to be the senator for CaNaDa this semester. She is also excited to work with the other senators of CaNaDa to provide a better space for the residents of Cowles, Norris and Dibble. If you have any questions, comments or concerns feel free to reach out to her @ [satchell].
Lucy Nelson (she/her/hers) is a second year student from Winona, Minnesota. She is an intended Political Science major with a GDS concentration with an interest in environmental and social justice law. She is on the Reform committee and the Green Fund committee (so far!). She is excited to make her constituency in Loosehead (as well as the general student body) more powerful by making SGA more accessible to students and more influential in its role in the general governance of the college. Please reach out with comments, concerns, and questions at [nelsonlu].
Mary DaVega ’21 (she/hers) is a first-year student from Memphis, Tennessee. She is an intended Political Science or Chemistry major with a definite independent Middle Eastern and Arabic Studies concentration. She loves children, the environment, and world music! She is a member of the Green Fund Committee; she wants to help students become more obliged to use SGA to their fullest extent. Being a Loosehead senator is a wonderful opportunity for her to represent her peers, and she encourages dialogue about change! Please come to her with any ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to strike up conversation at an time.
Mithila Iyer ’19 (she/her/hers) is a third year student from Chennai, India. She is an Economics and French double major. She is passionate about theatre, languages, and international human rights, hoping to work in some combination of these fields in the future. She is a member of the Student Programming Committee and Reform Committee, and is thrilled to be representing Loosehead as a senator this semester! Mithila feels strongly about increasing her peers’ access to information, to empower them to be more involved in community building and allow them to address any concerns they may have. Feel free to email her at [iyermith], come by Haines, or drop by the Grille to chat!
Mahira Faran (she/her/hers) is a second-year from Pakistan. She is currently undeclared. She serves on the Student Programming/Services Committee. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach her at [faranmah]
Amanda Weber ’21 (she/her/hers) is a first year intended English major from the suburbs of Minnesota. She is looking forward to serving JaMaLand as a Senator this semester, and is looking forward to helping to make life in JaMaLand even more enjoyable. You can reach her at [weberama] with any questions or concerns, or if you just want to chat.
Quinn Ercolani ’20 (he/him/his) is a second-year student from Clinton Township, Michigan. He is a Political Science and Philosophy double major with an American Studies concentration. For SGA, he serves as a member of the Reform, Dining Services, and Technology Committees and is actively working on reforming the SGA Constitution and bylaws. Outside of SGA, you can find him on stage and behind the scenes of some of the theater productions or at Spencer working, doing research on labor law, or holding his office hours on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 11:00 am. Feel free to reach out to him with any and all questions, suggestions, concerns, jokes, or omens foretelling the completion of the HSSC during his office hours or at [ercolani].