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Breaking: SGA Election Results Announced

SGA | Photo by Grace Ramsdell | The Wright State Guardian

SGA | Photo by Grace Ramsdell | The Wright State Guardian

Wright State Communications announced the results of the Student Government Association’s officer elections for the 2021-2022 academic year. 


The appointments are as follows as listed in the communication. 

President: Jonathan Ciero
Vice President: Sabrina D’Alesandro
Senator, Residential: Chad Dudash
Senator, Commuter: Alaina Collins
Senator, Business: Troy Oates
Senator, Liberal Arts: Madison Janson
Senator, Engineering: Anna Spiros
Senator, Science and Mathematics: Jeemi Shah
Senator, Education: Hannelore Sammons-Ginger
Senator, Nursing: No Application will be appointed by the President

The new president

The new president Jonathan Ciero is a junior mechanical engineering major. He expresses hope for the upcoming academic year despite past challenges.

“I am thankful and honored to be elected into the position of President of SGA. This past year has been very difficult for so many reasons. However, I am optimistic about this next year. Not only do I believe we see the light at the end of the tunnel, but we have reached it as well. I hope the student body is as hopeful as I am that this next year will be better than the last. Raider Up!!” wrote Ciero in a statement.

Ciero already planned some goals for this position and for SGA as a whole. Some of these goals include increasing student involvement, returning to some in-person events for the fall and bolstering diversity on campus. 

The new vice president

Vice President D’alesandro expressed her excitement for her new position and drive for the new academic year.

“I am very humbled and honored to be elected as the next VP of the student body at Wright State University alongside my running mate Jonathan Ciero. We are hoping to continue making WSU has diversity and accessibility for all students, as we believe all students should feel like they have a seat at the table. As a female engineering student, this message is especially important to me, being a minority in my field. I hope this coming year all students feel comfortable reaching out to us as we are always here to serve our community!” wrote D’alesandro, a junior material science engineering major with minors in computer science and math. 


These student leaders will continue to work with students, administrators, faculty, and staff to resolve and advocate for student issues including budget proposals, helping students with covid restrictions, and transportation in and around campus. 

Jamie Naylor


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