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SGA: Members Appointed, Letter Sent To Governor

SGA meeting | Photo by Roxanne Roessner | The Wright State Guardian

The Student Government Association (SGA) held its meeting on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. on WebEx. During the meeting, three members were appointed to positions and the governor was sent a Racial Equity Task Force letter. 


Hannah Weisgerber, Dai’Shanae Moore and Jeffery Shehee were appointed unanimously to their positions of Chief Policy Officer, Chief Justice and University College Senator, in that order.  

The individuals went into breakout rooms with President Adrian Williams, Vice President Joe York and others. Weisgerber, Moore and Shehee swore in much like the other members six meetings ago. 

Weisgerber is a senior political science major with a minor in Spanish. Moore is also a senior who studies political science and sociology with a minor in crime and justice studies. Shehee majors in organizational leadership with two minors in psychology and nonprofit administration. 

Racial Equity Task Force letter 

The Racial Equity Task Force was formed over the summer in response to the events happening in America. According to Williams, the governor is responsible for appointing members to the Board of Trustees of public universities and Wright State University (WSU) currently has an open trustee position. 

“The Racial Equity Task Force sent a letter to his office, advocating that he appoint a diverse member to the Board of Trustees. The purpose is to make sure that the governing body of the university is representative of what the university represents. Which, if you currently view the Board of Trustees, it is not very diverse,” said Williams.  

The governor’s office confirmed its receipt and said it will be sent to the governor and shared with him as he makes his decision.  

Anyone interested in attending SGA meetings can do so via WebEx on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. 

Roxanne Roessner

Wright Life and Laker Life Editor