2020-2021 GSG Executive Board
Samantha Bingaman | President | firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Mosesso | Vice President for Internal Affairs | email@example.com
Akshay Bhosale | Vice President for Student Affairs | firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a 2nd year PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and I am from India. Working as the VP of student Affairs in the GSG has given me the opportunity to work on issues that I am passionate about such as Diversity, sustainability, Mental Health and social justice. Besides Engineering and technology, I love soccer, crime documentaries, nutrition and working out.
Blake Abraham | Vice President for Membership | email@example.com
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.
William Repetto | Secretary | firstname.lastname@example.org
William is a PhD student in the Department of English. His research interests include post-Civil-War literature and literary history, distant reading, and writing/rhetoric. His primary goal in graduate student government is to ensure that GSG creates and maintains a community of scholars inclusive of all the diverse voices of the 21 st century. He hopes to advance the university’s mission in all of its various directions and would love to hear from and work with anyone also interested in these objectives.
Kimmie Wodzanowski | Parliamentarian | email@example.com
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.