Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) works to establish firm communication between all college stakeholders, to assess problems, make positive improvements, and coordinate changes within the college. The SGA is the advocate for the Albright College student body, a liaison between students and college administration, and the representative of our students to the Albright College Board of Trustees. The SGA is a proactive body providing opportunities for leadership development, involvement, and personal growth within the Albright College community. It promotes student involvement and is a forum that student clubs and organizations may approach for assistance, encouragement, and support.

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Meet The SGA

photo of Heather MacQuarrieHeather MacQuarrie – President

My name is Heather MacQuarrie and I am a senior Business Administration – Finance & Economics major from Tucson, AZ. I am currently the SGA President, a sister of Alpha Delta Pi, a RA in Woods, a SAAC representative, and a captain of the Women’s Golf Team. I have enjoyed being involved in SGA throughout my college career because it feels like I can help make a positive impact on a community that has made such a positive impact on me. Some of my favorite Albright memories so far have been my sorority bid day freshman year and MACs sophomore year!

Isha Shah – Executive Vice President

My name is Isha and I am the Executive Vice-President of SGA! I’m currently a biochemistry major and while that keeps me very busy, I have taken the time to get involved in several organizations on campus. I am a member of Lion Diplomats, Club Vogue, and Math Club, a brother of Alpha Phi Omega, a lab preparation assistant for the chemistry department, a Resident Assistant in Walton Hall, and an ambassador for the admissions department. I came into Albright knowing I wanted to be a student leader and a role model for my peers, and my involvement on campus, as well as my role on SGA has given me that opportunity. My involvement with SGA has allowed me to take on more responsibility, interact with alumni and faculty in a professional setting, and overall allowed me to fulfill my greatest life goal- to become the best version of myself.

Kayla Barnes – Vice President of Finance

Hi, my name is Kayla Barnes. I am a junior majoring in crime and justice. I am on the Albright College cheerleading team. I wanted to be a part of SGA because I wanted to help the student body and voice my thoughts. My favorite memory is ponding my RA freshman year.

photo of Faith GuzzoFaith Guzzo – Recording Secretary

The current Recording Secretary of SGA is Faith Guzzo, class of 2020! Faith is a business administration major and digital media minor from Battle Creek, MI. She is also an officer for AGON, Albright’s literary magazine, and Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She is on the varsity swim team and the POP’s Steering Committee for 2019 and works for the Admissions Office as an ambassador, phones person, and fellow. She joined SGA because she wanted to be a voice for student organizations and make a difference on campus! Her favorite Albright memories include getting involved on campus and meeting the other students dedicated to making Albright a better place.

Tori Jackson – Communications Director

Hello, my name is Victoria Jackson and I am the communications director on SGA. I am currently a junior marketing major. I got involved with SGA to be a voice for the students and to learn more about Albright.

photo of Kailee RobinsonKailee Robinson – Resident Student Representative

My name is Kailee Robinson and I am an Arts Administration and Fashion Merchandising combined major in the class of 2020. On campus, I am a Resident Assistant and a part of the sorority Phi Mu. I have previously interned with the Center for the Arts and Freedman Gallery here at Albright and have also been a summer RA. I wanted to become a part of SGA because I saw the members putting forth efforts to make students heard by college officials when they felt like they didn’t have a voice in matters which would affect them. I also wanted to better understand the dynamics and governance of some of our diverse organizations on campus. My favorite memories at Albright are POPs weekend as a freshman and being a part of Airbands!

photo of Joe HolowkoJoseph Holowko – Greek Students Representative

My name is Joseph Holowko, I’m a part of the class of 2021, I am a member of different organizations on campus. I am a resident assistant in Krause hall, the Vice President of service and philanthropy for Alpha Sigma Phi, and the Greek life representative for the Student Government Association. I wanted to get involved with the SGA to understand more of what is going on around campus along with gaining valuable leadership experience throughout my college career. My favorite opportunity that I have had from Albright so far was being able to perform undergraduate research through the ACRE program. Throughout that I co-created a First Year Seminar for incoming students to take.

photo of Jacqueline VegovaJacqueline Vegova – International Student Representative

I’m Jacqueline Vegova, I’m a senior and I study computer science. Besides SGA, I also work as a student assistant for the Office of Multicultural Affairs. I wanted to be involved in SGA, because I thought it would be a good opportunity to represent Albright students and be a part of a group that works to ensure everyone has a chance to be heard.

photo of Tania SantiagoTania Santiago – Multicultural Students Representative

Hi, I’m Tania Santiago I am currently a junior. I am a music business and Business Administration major. I am the president of International Student Association, Vice- President of Hispanic culture club, and secretary of Pride and I am a member of A-crew and Lion Records. I love being active and involved on campus, being a part of SGA allows me to be a part of the “behind the scenes” and the process of all on campus activities. Being a part of SGA as the Multicultural Representative also allows me to help give minority groups on campus a voice and a bigger chance to be heard. My favorite Albright memory is Block party, every year I look forward to going out to Science field and playing all the games, the free ice cream or cotton candy, the blow-ups they’ll have. Block party has always been so much fun and my favorite thing about Spring semester.

photo of Haley LappinHaley Lappin – Arts Representative

My name is Haley Lappin and I am a junior at Albright College. I am involved in POPs, the Design Oversight Committee, Alpha Delta Pi, and student government. I wanted to join student government because getting involved is cool and to be able to be more involved with more groups on campus. My favorite thing on campus is Chuck the omelette guy!

photo of Hector EchevarriaHector Echevarria – Member at Large

My name is Hector Echevarria, I am in the class of 2020 and a Member-at-Large with the SGA. On campus I am involved with the Concert Choir, Manegels, ManeMen, Symphonic Band, and Alpha Sigma Phi. I wanted to get involved with SGA to learn more about the way the college operated and assist in solving any issues within the Albright community. My favorite thing about Albright are the many different things to explore whether it be through experience events, class, or organizations.

photo of Sara GilbertSara Gilbert – Member at Large

My name is Sara Gilbert in Albright’s class of 2020! I am from Woodstock, GA. I am extremely involved on campus and hold leadership positions in my organizations! I am a Resident Assistant, an Ambassador, A Sister, and Director of Standards and Ethics of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Student Government Association Member at Large, and lastly a Ready, Set, Read! Tutor for13th and Union Elementary School! I wanted to be a part of and get more involved with our SGA because I wanted to help keep the campus and student life as great as possible! My favorite memory of Albright College is feeling like I found a home. Without going to Albright College, there is no way to know if I would have gone through Formal Recruitment and received a bid to Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. I truly have met some of the most incredible and most inspiring people due to joining a sorority and finding a home away from home with ADPi and Albright. I just hope other people can find what makes them feel at home at Albright as well!

Jacob Pollicove – Member at Large

Jacob Pollicove is a member of the Class of 2020. He is originally from Freehold, NJ. Jacob is a Political Science Major, with a minor in Public Administration and Policy Analysis. “I chose to attend Albright because I loved the strong community feeling that was present on campus, as well as the wide variety of academic and extra-curricular opportunities. Some of my favorite things to do when I’m not studying or working include reading, watching Netflix, and spending time with my family and friends”.

For Position OnlyJudith Tunney – Member at Large

Judith’s photo and bio are coming soon!

photo of Colton WalkerColton Walker – Member at Large

Colton Walker, class of 2019, alpha sigma phi Pops and steering committee 2018, Albright Resident assistant. Math and physics major. I joined SGA to have some impact on the campus while I am here. My favorite memory is getting the email that I was a Pops steering committee member.