Drew Vo (MBS '13)
The President of Student Government, assumed by a second-year student, begins to work on government responsibilities in the summer and attends new student orientation on behalf of the student body. During the school year, the primary function of the president is to represent the student body and advocate on behalf of students interests. To achieve this goal, the president holds regular student government meetings, interfaces with KGI administration and student services, oversees student organization budgets and activities and develops the student government as an organization.
JP Ruiz (MBS '14)
The Vice President of Student Government is a first-year student elected by the student body 2-3 weeks after the school year begins. The VP's primary function is to aid the president in his or her student government duties. In addition, the vice president manages student organization applications and approvals and manages the student budget allocations.
Kencey Busick (MBS '13)
The role of Communications Chair may be assumed by a second- or first-year student. The responsibilities include providing information about activities in the KGI community through various media types, showcasing student government activities, generating archival material such as the yearbook and assisting the student government president in expanding KGI's involvement with the Claremont Colleges community.
Ethics and Judicial Chair
Chris Cantrell (MBS '13)
Held by a second-year student, the Ethics and Judicial Chair is expected to begin taking student government duties over the summer and attend new student orientation as needed. The primary responsibilities include forming and managing the Ethics Committee in accordance with the Ethics Committee Charter and providing impartial oversight to the student government.
Ethics and Judicial Vice-Chair
Franco Pillsbury (MBS '14)
The Ethics and Judicial Vice-Chair is held by a first-year student. The primary responsibilities of this position include representing the student body and first-year class in matters of ethics, managing the student government bylaws document, standardizing judicial procedures within the KGI community, and serving on the Disciplinary Board in conjunction with school administration.
Michael Choy (MBS '12)
Both first- and second-year students are eligible to run for Intramural Chair. This position interfaces between KGI and intramural departments at the other Claremont Colleges. Main responsibilities include communication of game schedule to KGI students, encourage participation of intramural sports, showcase KGI intramural achievements internally and externally, and purchase and manage sports equipment inventory for the student body.
Professional Development Chair
Felicia Amaechi (MBS ’13)
The Professional Development Chair is a second-year student and will lead the Professionalism Committee. The Chair is expected to work with administration to incorporate professional events during student orientation and to work with faculty of related courses and Career Services to coordinate professional development events for the entire student body. Lastly, the Chair will identify professionalism development areas to tailor educational workshops.
Professional Development Vice Chair
Aimee Lake (MBS ’14)
A student of any program except second-year MBS students can hold the Professional Development Vice Chair position. The Vice-Chair assists the Professional Development Chair in hosting professional development events for the entire student body in coordination with faculty of related courses and Career Services. The Vice-Chair also manages the budget for the Professionalism Committee.
Second-Year Social Chair
Adrian Li (MBS '13)
The main responsibility of the Second-Year Social Representative is to promote inter-class bonding through planning social events. In relation to event planning, this representative also manages the budgets allocated to the social events. At the end of each year, they assist the First-Year Social Chair in planning the graduation party.
First-Year Social Chair
Melissa Reynoso (MBS '14)
The First-year Social Chair supports the Second-Year Social Chair throughout the year in planning social events for the student body. In addition, they spearhead the graduation party committee at the end of each year.
Second-Year Curriculum Representative
Stephanie Sakamoto (MBS ’13) and Erin White (MBS '13)
The Second-Year Curriculum Representative acts as liaison between faculty and the second-year students, as well as liaison between the other class representatives to coordinate feedback for courses. The representative also regularly exchanges feedback with KGI faculty regarding curriculum and arranges the students' faculty-choice award each year. In addition, he/she serve as the KGI student representative on the 7C's Library Committee.
First-Year Curriculum Representative
Ricardo Kim (MBS '14)
Similarly to the Second-Year Curriculum Representative, the First-Year Curriculum Representative serves as the liaison between faculty and first-year students. In addition, they represent first-year students on the Curriculum Review Committee and assist the Second-Year Curriculum Representative in arranging the students' faculty-choice award each year.
Second-Year International Student Representative
Stephen Kim (MBS '13)
In response to increasing number of international students at KGI, the student government created the International Student Representative position for both classes to represent the collective interest of foreign students. The primary responsibilities of the Second-Year International Student Representative are to facilitate student adjustment to the academic and social environment through provision of information and assistance, organize and support events to promote international awareness among the KGI community, and coordinate with the I-Place for events and workshops.
First-year International Student Representative
Cassy Chang (MBS '14)
This position shares many of the Second-Year International Student Representative's duties by working together to promote international awareness within the KGI community. In addition, they solicit feedback from international student groups on academic, social, and professional matters and relay the information to the KGI administration and address any concerns.
MS Student Representative
Kate Brown (MS ’13)
The primary responsibility of the MS Student Representative is serving as a liaison between the KGI faculty and MS students. This entails surveying students regarding curriculum and serving on the Curriculum Review Committee.
PhD Student Representative
Ryan McComb (PhD)
The primary responsibility of the PhD Student Representative is serving as a liaison between the KGI faculty and PhD students. This entails surveying students regarding curriculum and serving on the Curriculum Review Committee.
PPM Student Representative
Supriya Kadam (PPM '13)
The primary responsibility of the PPM Student Representative is serving as a liaison between the KGI faculty and PPM students. This entails surveying students regarding curriculum and serving on the Curriculum Review Committee.
PPC Student Representative
Eric Choi (PPC '13)
The primary responsibility of the PPC Student Representative is serving as a liaison between the KGI faculty and PhD students. This entails surveying students regarding curriculum and serving on the Curriculum Review Committee.