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The Office of the Undergraduate Vice President oversees most internal operations for the Executive Branch. In addition to filling external appointments, food insecurity efforts, and hosting the inaugural UNC Student Government Speakers Series on Public Service, the Vice President chairs a number of committees and boards around campus. 

For all Vice President-related inquiries or to join our team, please email usgvp@unc.edu.


Sam Robinson (he/him)

Vice President || usgvp@unc.edu

Sam is a junior from Monroe, NC pursuing a double major in Political Science and History. He previously served as an Undergraduate Senator representing District 2 representing the Humanities and as Chairman of the Rules and Judiciary Committee. Sam enjoys playing music, sports, and reading biographies in his free time. 

Rebecca Segal (she/her)

Chief of Staff || rhsegal@email.unc.edu

Becca is a sophomore Morehead-Cain Scholar from Raleigh, NC studying History. She previously served as an Executive Assistant to the Chief of Staff in the Richards Administration. In addition, she serves as Chair of the Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee, overseeing major environmental projects at Carolina. In her free time, she enjoys bike rides, swimming, and trying new restaurants.

 

 

Matthew Tweden (he/him)

Senior Counselor || mtweden@unc.edu

Matthew is a sophomore from Round Rock, TX pursuing a BA in Public Policy and Peace, War, and Defense. He previously served as an Undergraduate Senator for District 3 representing the Social Sciences. Matthew serves as Chairman of the Joint Governance Council, the highest legislative authority at Carolina. He is a member of the Dialectic & Philanthropic Societies and serves as the National Training Coordinator for the Boy Scouts of America.

Cameron Helms (she/her)

Chief Legislative Correspondent || chelms@unc.edu

Cameron is a junior from Charlotte, North Carolina. She studies Political Science and Peace, War and Defense in the College of Arts and Sciences with a minor in Economics.