JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT:
Sophomore Ivana Ilic is a psychology major and wants to use her listening skills to “serve as a voice for the students.” Her involvement in organizations around campus includes Student Government Association, Psychology Society, Honors College, Honors College Ambassador, Student Orientation Staff and Alpha Sigma Alpha. On SGA, Ilic has served as the freshman and sophomore vice-president and Traditions committee chair. As a member of SGA, she wants to “be a part of an organization which continuously aims to construct a stimulating learning environment and vibrant community for all UCA students.” Ilic wishes to increase transparency amongst SGA members and the student body. Her experience in leadership positions has helped her learn time management, “how to categorize expenses and create reports,” and distinguishing a time to lead and a time to follow.
Sophomore Stephanie Daigle is an international studies major and is involved in numerous organizations around campus including Honors College, Honors College Ambassador, Special Political Committee Legal Counsel for Arkansas Model United Nations, Student Government Association, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Tailgate Chair and vice president of new member education for Delta Zeta, All-Greek Council, UCA Colleges Against Cancer chapter and UCA Relay for Life event chair. Daigle has previously served as the sophomore class representative for SGA and has had involvement in the Legislative Affairs committee, which planned the first annual Day at the Capitol. If Daigle is elected, she hopes to continue working on such events and improving them, as well as helping start up an Association of Student Governments. She says she hopes to get “students more civilly engaged by allowing our students opportunities to register to vote and get informed on the issues that are relevant to them.” She says her organization, patience and leadership experience make her an ideal candidate for the position.