When students return to the ‘Ville in the fall, a new Student Government Association will represent them. The elections for SGA were recently held and six Millersville students were elected for various roles on the board
Lindsay Griffiths is a senior from Edwardsville, Pennsylvania, majoring in early childhood education. “I am so excited for the opportunity to advocate for the students and see how I can continue to make Millersville a better place! If anyone has any questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to reach out to me at my SGA email firstname.lastname@example.org.”
As president, Griffiths will chair executive and general SGA meetings and advocate for students through meetings with the administration. Last year, Griffiths served as the director of student organizations, where she helped students to start, reboot or continue their clubs. In addition to her role at SGA, Griffiths is the twirling captain for the Marching Marauders. She is also the parliamentarian for the Phi Sigma Pi honors fraternity.
Rachel Lamb is a freshman from Langhorne, Pennsylvania studying political affairs. Lamb will fill in for Griffiths as needed and will also serve as program manager for the association. Lamb is excited to serve the SGA, saying “Becoming a member of the executive board allows for a broader line of work, and I will be able to help even more constituencies.”
Director of Student Life
James Dougherty is a sophomore from Downingtown, Pennsylvania, majoring in government, policy and law. The position focuses on student concerns in the areas of housing, dining, accessibility and other areas related to the day-to-day life of students both on and off-campus. Dougherty will meet with the administration from these departments to advocate for the concerns he hears from students.
Camree Patterson is a freshman from York, Pennsylvania, studying biology and pre-medicine. Patterson joined the SGA this past February because she had a friend in the program. From there, she wanted to expand her role in the association, saying, “I thought that I would be a great advocate for the student body. I want to help other students’ concerns be heard and make a positive change on campus.”
For more information on the Student Government Association at Millersville, visit: https://involved.millersville.edu/organization/StudentGovernment