Student Representative Board

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About

The Student Representative Board (SRB) is the legislative body that represents each college, graduate students, international students, veteran students and residence life. The SRB consists of 23 elected members and is chaired by the Vice President. Their purpose is to listen to student concerns and suggestions and create projects to enhance student life. The representatives also meet with different department heads around campus in order to voice student concerns and needs. The SRB is separated into committees that focus on specific projects.

The SRB meets every Tuesday at 12:45pm in the Willie Miller IC 104. This meeting is open to all students.

 

Leadership

  • Carlos Aguilar-Velin
  • Paige Arbutina
  • Andrew Bieniek
  • Kalina Gonzalez
  • Alexander Longo
  • Alexander Orr
  • Vacant
  • Mikaela Frias
  • Mihir Gite
  • Jenifer Perski
  • Abby Ngo
  • Halle Pinter
  • Blake Atchey
  • David Brickey
  • Eric Conley
  • Emily Nunez
  • Victoria Reed
  • Sebastian Sanchez
  • Faith Torcuator

Committees

Committees are the drivers for our productivity. Each committee has a purpose and a specified area of campus life that it focuses on. Committees are comprised of representatives but they are open to the student body. For more information on a committee, contact the committee chairperson or the Vice President.

Chair: Sarah Brodeur

The Academic Committee is responsible for assisting the University’s students in their academic pursuits while working to innovate and develop new solutions to aid students in their learning endeavors. They are a group of students that meet to come up with novel ways to help other students succeed academically.

Chair: Kris Vargas

The Constitution Committee is the legal body of the Student Government Association. Their primary service is to review and edit the official documents of the University and the SGA. The group also offers its service to other campus organizations that need help writing or editing their official documents. Common documents include Constitutions and Bylaws. The Constitution Committee also creates proposals and resolutions for each of the Student Representative Board’s committees to help guide the University.

Chair: Gabrielle Bonowski

The Environmental Awareness Committee is comprised of a group of students who want to increase campus sustainability and ensure that the University is doing everything it can to be more green-minded. EAC is responsible for promoting student involvement in projects such as the campus recycling program, First Friday’s clean-up, Adopt-A-Bed, Earth Day, and the Adopt-A-Road Program of Volusia County. The ultimate goal of the committee is to keep Embry-Riddle in league with other universities by becoming more environmentally responsible.

Chair: Jack Harrington

The Marketing Committee was created to enhance the visibility of the Student Representative Board and encourage students to participate in SGA meetings and events. Since its establishment, new goals have arisen for the marketing committee like improving school spirit, student involvement, and the transparency of the SGA.

Chair: Robert Consolo

The Progress Committee is a forward thinking group of students who are credited for the most visible changes on the ERAU campus. Progress is responsible for projects such as installing new ATMs in both the Student Center and the Student Village, supplying the campus with pay phones, installing a paper shredder in the mailroom, and addressing student’s need for a quiet place to study by increasing library hours. Much of the campus dining improvements can be credited to the continued work of Progress. The goal of the Progress Committee is to make life more comfortable for ERAU’s students by providing them with various small improvements that make a huge difference.

Chair: Brian Reedy

The Safe Ride Committee is the transportation section of the Student Government Association. This committee was established with its introduction of the Safe Ride program which provides Embry-Riddle students with transportation from unsafe areas. Since its creation, Safe Ride has grown to not only provide the Safe Ride program, but other services such as the Orlando International Airport shuttle offered to students traveling during holidays.

Chair: Wayne Cawley

The Spirit Committee is responsible for coming up with new ways to engage the Student Body’s school spirit. This can include creating new traditions as well as participating in athletic events and supporting the sports teams on campus.

Liaisons

Liaison positions exist within the Student Representative Board to help link elected representatives to Embry-Riddle’s staff and faculty. If you have a particular question or concern from the perspective of a student that you would like to communicate to administration or a specific department, reach out to the respective liaison who will work on your behalf.

Below is a list of all the Liaison Positions within the SGA:

  • Aviation Maintenance Sciences
  • Athletics
  • Bookstore
  • Campus Safety
  • Career Services
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Facilities
  • Financial Aid
  • Fitness Center
  • First-Year Initiative
  • Flight Line
  • Food Services
  • Graduate Services
  • Housing and Residence Life
  • Information Technology
  • International Student Services
  • Legal Eagle
  • Library
  • Records & Registration
  • Student Employment
  • Student Wellness
  • Suggestion Box
  • Veteran Services