Park University Students Elect 2014-15 Student Government Officers, Senators

Friday, April 18, 2014

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April 18, 2014 — Park University students elected their representatives — executive board and senators — for the 2014-15 Park Student Government Association. Jeremy Barnes, a sophomore biology major, from Buckner, Mo. (attended Fort Osage High School, Independence, Mo.), was elected president.

Other executive staff elected:
          •  Vice President — Kellen Appollis, freshman psychology major, Overland Park, Kan. (attended Olathe [Kan.] East High School)
          •  Secretary -- Pauline Plantiveau, sophomore interior design major, Neuville-de-Poitou, France
          •  Business Manager -- Fasli Amikishiyev, senior accounting major, Baku, Azerbaijan

Senators elected:
          •  Dadja Batale, junior business administration/international business major, Lome, Togo
          •  Chloe Durand, sophomore communication arts/journalism major, Carrières-sous-Poissy, France
          •  Courtney Fairhurst, freshman communication arts/public relations major, Kansas City, Mo. (attended Staley High School)
          •  Akwy Gawg, freshman biology major, Kansas City, Mo. (attended Oak Park High School)
          •  Anna Jaehn, sophomore psychology major, Göettingen, Germany
          •  Emma Kitelinger, freshman elementary education major, Kansas City, Mo. (attended Oak Park High School)
          •  Justin Love, freshman undecided major, Liberty, Mo. (attended Liberty High School)
          •  Matthew Moratz, junior business administration/international business major, Weatherby Lake, Mo. (attended Park Hill High School, Kansas City, Mo.)
          •  Humphrey Musila, freshman information and computer science/networking major, Nairobi, Kenya
          •  Jenna Newsome, sophomore biology major, Kearney, Mo. (attended Kearney High School)
          •  Priscilla Pok, junior accounting major, Kansas City, Mo. (attended North Kansas City [Mo.] High School)
          •  Regina Singleton, freshman secondary education major, St. Louis, Mo.