SGA Bios - Westminster College - Fulton, Missouri
Name: William Patrick Megl
Major: Economics and Mathematical Sciences
Title: SGA Executive President
Previous SGA Involvement: Freshmen, Sophomore, and Junior Class Vice President, Finance Committee Member, and SGA Executive Assistant Treasurer
Campus Involvement: Student Trustee to Westminster College's Board of Trustees, Chief Executive Officer for the Blue Blazers Investment Committee, and Assistant Treasurer of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity.
Bio: I'm a Senior at Westminster College from Troy Missouri where I attended Elsberry High School. My involvement in SGA started my freshmen year and I have served every year here on campus. I love being involved in everything that happens here at Westminster from coffee houses to late night programming. I know firsthand that there are hundreds of ways to get involved on campus and if you are ever looking for something else to do or need more information about an organization come ask me. I am always open to comments or suggestions that you may have. So feel free to stop by and say hello and tell me what is on your mind.
-It's a Great Day to Be a Blue Jay!
Name: Molly Dwyer
Position: SGA Executive Vice President
Major: Business Communications
Previous SGA Involvement: Sophomore Class Senator and previous Special Events CAB Chair
Campus Involvement: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Student Ambassadors, Student Foundation, Student Judiciary Board, Honors Program, and Service Corps.
Bio: Hello, friends! My name is Molly and I am born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. Naturally, I am a Cardinals fan and enjoy going to several games during baseball season. I strive to be very involved on campus, but during my free time I can be found eating fast food with my friends. I previously served as the Special Events Chair for Campus Activities Board, and I am thrilled to lead the new CAB chairs this year. I am most looking forward to the new General Member program, which will invite all students to be a part of planning events for CAB. I encourage all students to attend the General Member Meetings to learn more about this great organization. Please feel free to email me with any ideas, questions, or concerns you may have about CAB or SGA. I would love to hear!
Name: Shirshak Aryal
Major: Biology and Pre-engineering
Title: SGA Executive Secretary
Campus Involvement: President of Habitat for Humanity, Executive Board Member -Interfaith Advisory Board, Beta Theta Pi, Peer Health Educators, WestMo Tutors, Engineering Ambassadors and Making lives Better.
Bio: I am a junior at Westminster College from Kathmandu, Nepal. I am really privileged to be part of Executive Board of Student Government Organization. I have been greatly benefited by the liberal arts culture of this college as it gave me the opportunity to be involved in diverse areas and organizations here on campus to help prepare better for outside world.
Name: Karim AlHusaini
Position: SGA Executive Treasurer
Major: Mathematics and Economics Honors Track
Previous SGA Involvement: Finance Committee
Campus Involvement: Finance Committee, Blue Blazers, Toastmasters VP of membership, EcoHouse, Amnesty International, Blue Jay Road Trip Crew, International Club, and Emerson Center for Leadership and Service.
Bio: I am a senior from Occupied Palestine. It has been quite the experience at Westminster, and I am excited about my involvement in SGA this year. I enjoy thoughtful conversations with people, so please feel free approach anytime around campus.
Name: Tenzing S. Dhakhwa
Position: SGA Executive Assistant Treasurer
Major: Business Administration- Marketing and Finance Concentration; Economics Minor
Previous SGA Involvement: Finance Committee Member
Campus Involvement: Making Lives Better, Friends for Fun-Student Mentor, Service Corps. Exec, International Club Internal Committee, Blue Blazers Investment Committee.
Bio: Born and raised in Kathmandu Nepal, I am the Oldest of two sons. Coming from a small country I have always learnt to appreciate the small things in life. I am a very outdoorsy person and love to travel. Coming to Westminster I have been very lucky to have met people from all over the world. Westminster has such a diverse community and I feel very lucky being a part of this community. The past three years have gone by really quick, and I am pretty sure this year will go by a blink of an eye too. So, I am planning to seize every opportunity to enjoy the remaining of my time at Westminster.