2020-2021 GSG Executive Board

Samantha Bingaman  |   President   | sebinga@udel.edu 

Sam is a second-year Masters student of Marine Policy. She developed a strong interest for student legislation and programming after serving for four years in her undergraduate legislative body at the University of Maryland. She continued her service in student government at the University of Delaware her first year as GSG Parliamentarian. Sam looks forward to hearing the concerns of the UD graduate population and how the GSG can improve the graduate experience for current and future students.

Lauren Mosesso  |   Vice President for Internal Affairs   |   lmosesso@udel.edu

Lauren is a fourth-year PhD candidate in Plant and Soil Sciences. Her research focuses on improving conceptual representations of subsurface phosphorus loss from ditch-drained agricultural fields on the Delmarva Peninsula in order to develop better nutrient management tools for farmers. In the 2019-2020 academic year, she served as a GSG senator, was actively involved in implementing the EmPOWER mentor program into several pilot departments in the Mental Health committee, and served as co-chair of the Operations committee. This is her first year serving on the GSG Executive Board as VP of Internal Affairs.

Akshay Bhosale  |  Vice President for Student Affairs   |  akshay@udel.edu

Bio coming soon.


Blake Abraham  |   Vice President for Membership  |   bma@udel.edu

Blake Abraham, GSG Vice President of Membership, is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Department of History, and a member of the Hagley Program in Capitalism, Technology, and Culture as well as the Museum Studies program. Blake’s current research explores the development of American religious media in the early twentieth century. Blake manages elections and works to make sure each graduate department is represented. This is his second year serving as the Vice President for Membership.


Savannah Sipes  |  Secretary   |   ssipes@udel.edu

Savannah is a second-year master’s student in Civil and Environmental Engineering. She came to UD knowing she wanted to make a difference, and engineering has been a great way to pursue that dream. She got involved with GSG in hopes of expanding that change beyond the scope of engineering. She hopes to learn more about the UD community as a member of the Executive Council and promises to do her best to improve graduate student life with her peer’s best interests in mind.



Kimmie Wodzanowski  |   Parliamentarian  |   kwodz@udel.edu

Kimmie is a fourth-year PhD candidate in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. Her research focuses on developing multiscale tissue culture models to study bacterial invasion in immune cells in order to better understand diseases like inflammatory bowel disorders and Crohn’s disease. In the 2019-2020 academic year, she served as a GSG senator for the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. This is Kimmie’s first year serving on the GSG Executive Board and she is excited to work with graduate students across campus to make UD a better place.