Student Government Association

Executive Board & General Assembly

2019-2020

Want to be a part of SGA? Stop by the Student Actvity Center in the main building to see how you can get involved!

Ana CarvajalSGA President – Ana Carvajal

My name is Ana Carvajal, this is my second year at Walla Walla Community College, and I am working towards getting my AA transfer degree. I am from Walla Walla, but after this year I plan on moving to Pullman to continue my education at Washington State University. I am currently planning on majoring in Psychology with a minor in Spanish. Student Government and leadership has always been an interest of mine because I have a passion for it.

As president, I want to make sure that students at CC feel comfortable sharing their concerns with me and the SGA team. I’m involved with the Service and Activities Fee Committee, the Governance Committee, and I have office hours open for students to come on by and share anything they’d like! Our SGA office is located on the second floor of the Main Building (D) in room 259, which is past all the pool tables and arcade games, so if you ever want to meet us, don’t be afraid to stop by!

SGA Vice President – Sarah Benimana

Sarah was born and raised in Rwanda, Africa. She moved to the U.S 3 years for school. She is a junior pursuing Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Systems here at WWCC. As SGA vice president, Sarah is involved in in different committees such as WWCC Tenure Review committee, S&A fee Committee, Recreation Center committee, etc. Sarah is also involved in International Student Association club and Criminal Justice Club. She also enjoys reading books, hiking, camping and other outdoor activities. She is a super nice lady and easy to talk to. Please feel free to come upstairs office 259 to talk to her anytime.

Savanah MoranSGA Secretary – Savannah Moran

My name is Savannah Moran. I am currently your SGA secretary for the 2019-2020 school year and I sit on the S&A fee committee. I was born in Hood River Oregon and Moved to Pendleton Oregon November of 2016. I am currently enrolled in the Collision Repair & Refinishing program at WWCC. I am a member of the Auto Body Club, where through fundraisers and helping others in our community have become one big family!

Kelly SmithSenator for Arts & Sciences – Kelly Smith

Kelly Smith was born and raised in Portland Oregon and is majoring in History with a Pre Secondary Education. He is involved in the activist community as a whole moving towards a general equality across race, gender, creed, class and sexuality.

Dayan Acevedo-MendezSenator for International Students – Dayan Acevedo-Mendez

Dayan was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. She is a sophomore, pursuing a Medical Technologist degree. She started studying at the WWCC during the summer of 2018, and is currently involved in the SGA as the senator for international students, and in the International Student Association Club as the secretary. Dancing, yoga, and traveling are Dayan’s most favorite things to do apart from school. She is a bit shy, but willing to listen and help in anything she can.

Chad AdamsChad Adams

Senator for Veterans – USMC (2000 – 2004)
Hometown: Leesville, LA
Major Studies: Renewable Energy & Plant Operations (EST)
Committees: Curriculum Committee
Club: LEGIT

Raised on the Bayous & the Levees. Some Culinary skills with what I Kill.
Altruism and Empathy will be the first thing extended to my Enemy.

Robin PontiusSenator for Workforce Education – Robin Pontius 

Bio Coming Soon.

April PalmerSenator for Nursing & Health Professions – April Palmer

Bio Coming Soon.