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FY11 Election Results

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Ladies,

First off, thanks to all who attended the Region E conference in Philadelphia several weekends ago.  The conference was a major success and region E thanks the UPenn chapter of SWE for their efforts.  The election results are in for the new RCRs, RCCEs and RCS’s.  Congratulations to all who were elected!  Also, I am pleased to say that I will be your RCCE for FY11 as well.  Thank you for your continued support, and I look forward to another productive SWEet year!

On March 31st, the FY11 RCR/RCCE/RCS Elections came to a close.  Over the past month, collegiate section presidents have been working with their membership to review the Region Collegiate Representative(s) (RCR), Region Collegiate Communications Editor (RCCE), and Region Collegiate Senator (RCS) candidates.  Each section in good standing was allowed to cast one vote on behalf of their section.  It is important to note that some regions by account of their membership numbers will have two RCRs for FY11.  Additionally, if there was more than one RCS candidate, the runner up was elected as Alternate Collegiate Senator.

We are pleased to announce that the FY11 collegiate leaders are as follows:

Region RCR RCCE RCS Alternate RCS
A
Cassandra Janakos
UC Berkeley
Kimberly Chang
UC Berkeley
Lauren Reinnoldt
Santa Clara
B
Jasmine Harris

Weber State

Brittney Pottenger
USC

Christine Koloveas
Utah State


Cynthia Ma
UC Los Angeles
C
Casey Robert

Texas A&M

Shivani Gupta
UT Austin
Ankita Kaul
UT Austin
Hyun Jin Kim
Rice

Meagan Tidwell
Mississippi State
D Sarah Cuddington
North Florida
Christina Harris
North Carolina  A&T
Haley Carney
Georgia Tech
Candace Watson
Alabama – Birm.
Dyani Smith
Mercer
E
Stephanie Goldfarb

Princeton

Lauren Finkenauer
UMaryland
Michelle Oswald
UDelaware
Sammy Wang
UPenn
F
Caitlin Storey

Clarkson

Sandra Chen
MIT
Ellen McIsaac
MIT
G
Emily Breymaier

Ohio State

Lindsey Montanari
UAkron
Karin Bodnar
UAkron
Rebecca Murphy
Ohio State
H
Kristina Kremer

IL-Urbana Champaign

Claire Rydeen
Minnesota
Allison Machtemes
Iowa State
Kaitlyn Bunker
Michigan Tech

Debra Lin
Purdue
I
Katie Tepper

Missouri

Keri Loring
Missouri
Laura Geiger
Kansas State
J
Kristen Gooshaw

UWashington

Jenelle Parson
Oregon State
Tam To
UWashington

Please take a moment to congratulate these profound young women on their accomplishment.  We know they will be great leaders and we look forward to working with them all.

Sincerely,

Jennifer Vallero Wendy Jenkins
RCR/RCCE Coordinator                     RCR/RCCE Coordinator Elect

Bernice Brody Helen Patricia
Speaker of the Senate                    Deputy Speaker of the Senate

Alyse Stofer Elizabeth Hurley
Director of Regions                         Deputy Director of Regions

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One thought on “FY11 Election Results

  1. go FY11 people

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