Voting underway for SGA senate elections
Update: The server hosting the electronic ballot is experiencing technical difficulties due to blackouts in their location. Voting is estimated to return by noon Friday, Sept. 27. Voting has been extended until 10 p.m. Friday.
The Student Government Association is holding senate elections this week. Students have the opportunity to vote online using the eBallot system. All students who are eligible to vote have received an email through their Salve Regina account providing instructions on how to vote.
Candidates are profiled in alphabetical order according to last name.
Mary Chakerian ’17
Chakerian is a potential political science major from Los Angeles. She served as an administrator of technology and sat on the campus activities committee in her high school. Aside from her involvement with student government, Chakerian actively worked for the city of Glendale. Throughout high school, she was the accounting intern for the finance department and the student ambassador for the city.
Adriano Cirioli ’17
Cirioli plans to major in secondary education and history with a minor in political science. He hopes to become a history teacher, then a principal, and conclude his career by running for a political office. He grew up in North Haven, Conn., and was involved with many extracurricular activities throughout high school, including the Italian Club, choir, theater and student government. He served as class president during his junior and senior years and would like to continue SGA throughout college.
Madeleine Guerra ’15
A global studies major, Guerra graduated from Saint Catherine Academy in Belize. She says the best moments of her life have occurred while partaking in community service, clubs and working with people on both a business and a personal level. As someone who has experience and passion for working with and assisting people, she believes that she can easily connect with the student community, hear them out, be their voice and seek enhancement.
Shannon Hardy ’17
Joining a variety of activities provided Hardy with both experience and passion for advocating and working with community members. She produces, writes, hosts and publicizes her own public access TV show, where she recruits locals, primarily students, to read their poetry, conduct interviews or join her crew. Hardy was selected for the Stoneham Peers Achieving Real Connections program, SALVEtoday news team, National History Day district competition, SHS newspaper (editor and writer), Drama Club Relay for Life team, Carnival Ball Court, Math Team, SHS tutors, yearbook committee, Out Reach Club, the Spartan Spirit Award and AP Scholar Award.
Michael Marotta ’17
Marotta attended Winchester High School in Massachusetts, where he served as the vice president of his class, played football and baseball and was a captain of the swim team. He dedicated most of his time to community service, earning the Daughters of the American Revolution: Good Citizen Award as well as the Middlesex Bar Association Citizenship Award.
Shannon Soule ’17
Soule was very involved with student government throughout her high school career, serving as a member of her school’s student council as well as numerous other groups. She has attended 13 leadership training conferences and had the opportunity to represent her school by presenting at 3 of those 13.