Shippensburg University Student Government Association (SGA) elections wrapped up last week. The four remaining SGA senator seats were filled, according to an SGA email. The elections began Aug. 31 and ended Thursday. Students ran to fill the non-traditional, female athletics, class of 2024 senator and the class of 2022 senator positions.
Imani Cameron, a 23-year old junior, won the seat for the non-traditional senator position. As a student and mother, Cameron spoke on a platform of advocating for more storage space on campus. She also proposed a cost-effective childcare program for non-traditional students.
Skyler Walder is the new female athletics senator. Skyler Walder a first-year secondary education major. Even as a first-year student, Walder said she felt confident that her previous years of leadership experience qualified her for the position. Jose Lopez, a first year education major, will be the class of 2024 senator and Kevin DelaCruz will be the class of 2022 senator.
These senators and other SGA officials will gather on Zoom for official meetings in the coming weeks. The link to access these meetings can be found on the SGA’s Campus Groups website.