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What is the Campus President’s Council?

The Campus President’s Council is a collective group of student leaders from across the Carolina community, representing a diverse collective of student groups. The Council will meet monthly, or more frequently as needed, to discuss campus issues, means to collaborate, and new campus programs or policies in conjunction with faculty, staff, and/or relevant community partners.

The Objectives of the Campus President’s Council (CPC) are as follows:

  1. Ensure active, quality, and equitable representation of the diverse Carolina student body in decision making of Undergraduate Student Government and the University Administration
  2. Actively advise Carolina’s Administration on pressing issues that take place on campus
  3. Provide campus leaders with an opportunity to represent their organizations in direct advocacy to both the Student Body President and Chancellor

The agenda, meeting schedule, and other logistical information will be coordinated via the Office of the Student Body President. 

If you would like to place an item on the agenda of the CPC or have any inquiries regarding the Council, please email sgapresident@unc.edu.


Council Meetings

The first meeting of the Campus President’s Council was held on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 6:00pm Eastern Time, and was livestreamed via the Executive Branch’s Facebook page. To view the meeting recording, please visit the following link.

The next meeting of the Campus President’s Council will be held on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 6:00pm Eastern Time. The meeting will be livestreamed via the Executive Branch’s Facebook page. Among other agenda items from Student Body President Richards and Council members, University Officials will present Fall 2021 return plans.


Members of the Campus President’s Council

Members of the Campus President’s Council are charged with representing a diverse collective of student groups. The members of the Council are as follows:

Lamar Richards

sgapresident@unc.edu

Lamar serves as the Student Body President, as the Undergraduate Student Government President, and as a member of the UNC Chapel Hill Board of Trustees.

Patrice McGloin

pmcgloin@live.unc.edu

Patrice serves as a Co-President of UNC’s Campus Y. The Campus Y is a collaborative space that unites students, staff, faculty, and community partners in the pursuit of social justice.

Montia Daniels

montia@live.unc.edu

Montia serves as a Co-President of UNC’s Campus Y. The Campus Y is a collaborative space that unites students, staff, faculty, and community partners in the pursuit of social justice.

Taliajah “Teddy” Vann

taliajah@live.unc.edu

Teddy serves as President of UNC’s Black Student Movement (BSM). The Black Student Movement aims to strive for the continued excellence of the unity among all of its members, to voice the concerns and grievances of its members to the University, to offer outlets for expressing Black ideals and culture, and finally, to ensure that the Black Student Movement members never lose contact with the Black community.

 

Niharika Vattikonda

niha22@live.unc.edu

Niharika serves as Co-Chair of Students United for Immigrant Equality (SUIE). SUIE’s vision is to empower, inform, and activate the immigrant community, its allies, and the greater public about the issues that prevent immigrants in the United States from being able to enjoy the protection of basic human rights granted under the U.S. Constitution. SUIE advocates for immigrant issues to be recognized as human rights issues through the promotion of the ideals that stress equality of all people regardless of national origin or documentation status.

Rosa Elias

rosae@unc.edu

Rosa serves as Co-Chair of Students United for Immigrant Equality (SUIE). SUIE’s vision is to empower, inform, and activate the immigrant community, its allies, and the greater public about the issues that prevent immigrants in the United States from being able to enjoy the protection of basic human rights granted under the U.S. Constitution. SUIE advocates for immigrant issues to be recognized as human rights issues through the promotion of the ideals that stress equality of all people regardless of national origin or documentation status.

 

Katelynn Gilbert

katelyg@live.unc.edu

Katelynn serves as Chair of the UNC Chapter of North Carolina Public Interest Research Group (NCPIRG). NCPIRG Campus Action works on colleges campuses to make sure our peers have the skills, opportunities and training they need to create a better, more sustainable future for all of us.

 

Melanie Godinez-Cedillo

mgodinez@live.unc.edu

Melanie serves as a Co-President of Mi Pueblo. Mi Pueblo seeks to sponsor awareness around Latinx issues, culture, and heritage at UNC and the surrounding community, as well as provide a supportive and welcoming environment for all students. It hopes to promote tolerance, multiculturalism, community, and support of one another.

 

America E. Juarez-Maldonado

ajuarezm@live.unc.edu

America serves as a Co-President of Mi Pueblo. Mi Pueblo seeks to sponsor awareness around Latinx issues, culture, and heritage at UNC and the surrounding community, as well as provide a supportive and welcoming environment for all students. It hopes to promote tolerance, multiculturalism, community, and support of one another.

 

Katrina Jagadeesan

jkatrina@live.unc.edu

Katrina serves as President of the Asian American Students Association (AASA). AASA is a student organization on campus that emphasizes the promotion of cultural and social awareness on campus and to the community through service projects, cultural events, working with other organizations, and sponsoring social events.

Selina Shi

sshi26@live.unc.edu

Selina serves as the Director for the UNC Asian American Center Campaign. The Asian American Center Campaign is a team of students dedicated to realizing the dream of an Asian American Center here on UNC’s campus. Joining with alumni and with key support from staff, faculty, and administrators, students raised awareness and funds, resulting in the swift authorization of the Center in 2020. Their work continues to support the Center’s endowment.

 

Jarrah Faye

jarrah@live.unc.edu

Jarrah serves as President for the UNC Branch of the NAACP. The UNC-CH Collegiate Chapter of the NAACP seeks to promote political activism, advance social and economic justice, and foster a sense of cultural pride and campus ownership amongst minority students on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and surrounding communities.

Elliana Alexander

ellialex@live.unc.edu

Elliana serves as President of the UNC Residence Hall Association (RHA). RHA represents the concerns of over 9,000 residents before the Administration of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, provides diverse social, educational, and philanthropic programs within the residence halls, manages community enhancements, facilitates recognition of residence hall leaders, and fosters a sense of community and belonging for all students at Carolina.

 

Jasmine Orsini

jasmine3@live.unc.edu

Jasmine serves as President of the Carolina Union Activities Board (CUAB) and as the Vice Chair of the Carolina Union Board of Directors. The activities board produces social, cultural, educational, and entertainment programs through the cooperative interaction of its constituent committee; group work and leadership development are highly emphasized in this process.

Lissie Rivera

lriveraf@live.unc.edu

Lissie serves as President of the UNC First-Generation Student Association (FGSA). The First-Generation Student Association is tailored to assist first-generation college students transition into the university lifestyle. It is an organization meant for students, and is also run by students to help close the discrepancy gap. The association strives to not only be a friend, but a resource that provides first-gens a safe space to ask questions, the opportunity to meet others who are dealing with the same issues, and strengthen first-generation students’ life skills.

 

Kade Sutton

kade@live.unc.edu

Kade serves as President of the Carolina Athletics Association (CAA). The Carolina Athletic Association serves as the liaison between the students and Athletic Department in order to voice athletic concerns and promote UNC Athletics throughout campus. We represent the student body’s voice to the CAA President and the Athletic Department.

 

 

Collyn Smith* (Ex-Officio Member)

usgvicepresident@unc.edu

Collyn serves as the Undergraduate Vice President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration. He serves as an ex-officio member of the Campus President’s Council.

Chaz Crosby* (Ex-Officio Member)

chazc@email.unc.edu

Chaz serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration. She serves as an ex-officio member of the Campus President’s Council.

Isha Padhye* (Ex-Officio Member)

ispadhye@live.unc.edu

Isha serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration. She serves as an ex-officio member of the Campus President’s Council.

 

Ananya Tadikonda* (Ex-Officio Member)

ananyat@live.unc.edu

Ananya serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration. She serves as an ex-officio member of the Campus President’s Council.

Greear Webb* (Ex-Officio Member)

greearw@live.unc.edu

Greear serves as a Senior Advisor to the Student Body President on the Executive Board of the Richards Administration. He serves as an ex-officio member of the Campus President’s Council.