Kasiyah Tatem is a senior Political Science Major with a concentration in law, politics, and theory, and a legal studies minor. In SGA, Kasiyah has previously served as a Student Affairs Senator and Vice President of University Affairs. Kasiyah holds many leadership positions on campus as well. She is the secretary of an RSO called Sisters On The Move, a Council member on the College of Arts and Sciences Student Advisory Council, an Each One Reach One Mentor, and Kasiyah has served as an undergraduate representative in many task force/committees with UD administration. Kasiyah currently works as an intern for the office of Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester. She aspires to become a lawyer, and hopes to one day serve as a U.S Senator. Her passion for advocacy and social justice is what motivates her everyday.
John Cohill is a senior Public Policy Major and Business Administration Minor from Wilmington, Delaware. John is currently serving his second term as the Executive Vice President of the Student Government Association. In SGA, John has previously served as a Student Affairs Senator and a Faculty Affairs Senator. In his first year as a Student Affairs Senator, he proposed and passed the Resolution, “Student Death Notification & Assistance Act”, that serves to inform students and appropriately provide support services in a timely manner. This is just one example of his commitment to ensuring the health and wellbeing of his fellow Blue Hens. John has a true passion for leadership and service to others. His goals for this year include improving inclusiveness within the Blue Hen community, transparency between the administration and students, and ensuring the overall success and wellbeing of each and every student.
Tori-Lynn Glover is a Junior majoring in Medical Diagnostics focusing on Pre-Med with Minors in Biological Sciences and Medical Humanities. Her ultimate goal is to attend Medical School and become a Dermatologist also owning a private practice. She believes in student advocacy and that everyone deserves to be heard. Tori will be in charge of leading the legislative branch by overseeing Academic/Student Affairs Senators and Legislative Branch committees. Outside of SGA, Tori is the President of the Health Professions Council, the Fundraising Chair of Making Doctors, an Undergraduate Research, Peer Mentor and the owner of T-Skincare. She is eager to encourage student involvement in all aspects of university life and he love of science always keeps her on her feet.
Caroline is a senior Sociology major with a minor in Political Science from Newark, Delaware. She is passionate about social justice issues and mental health advocacy, and she is excited to use her platform on cabinet to help make UD a better place. As VP of External Affairs, Caroline will manage SGA’s outreach, programming and social media. Outside of SGA, Caroline is involved in Pi Beta Phi sorority, works at UD’s Electrical & Computer Engineering department, and is an intern for Active Minds national office. She encourages anyone with comments or concerns to reach out via her email listed above, or through SGA’s social media accounts.
Brenden Swanik is a junior Biomedical Engineering Major from Moorestown, New Jersey. Brenden is currently serving his first term as the Chief Justice of the Student Government Association. Previously, Brenden represented the College of Engineering as an Academic Affairs Senator his sophomore year. During this time, he proposed and passed a resolution titled, “COE Student Resource Database Creation” that serves to aid engineering students in navigating, discovering and easily locating any academic-oriented resources that may be of use to them throughout their studies. Recently, Brenden completed a summer internship with the National Aeronautics and Space Agency and has hopes to one day integrate his passion of leadership and technology in a similar field. Brenden strives to foster a transparent, successful and productive relationship between the student population, SGA, and University of Delaware administration with hopes of helping students achieve to their greatest potential while having the best UD experience possible!
Brandon Longtine is a senior Honors Construction Engineering and Management major with minors in Business Administration and Civil Engineering. Brandon is from Mount Arlington, New Jersey and is currently serving his second term as Treasurer of the Student Government Association. Before Treasurer, Brandon was the Academic Affairs Senator to the College of Engineering his first year in SGA. Throughout his time in SGA, Brandon has worked to make his and his peers voices heard to improve campus and student life here at the University of Delaware. He believes in transparency, the importance of mental health, and working with students to create important and necessary change on campus.