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Kamalpreet Kaur is currently a senior, majoring in Community Health. As President, her goal is to improve student communication with USG and administration to better serve the Hunter community. Previously as Cultural Affairs Commissioner, she strengthened the relationship between club leaders and USG through club walkthroughs, monthly newsletters and advocated for their concerns and wellbeing to the rest of USG. This year she plans to continue listening to student insights and needs as well as continuing and expanding student-friendly initiatives such as events, town halls, student democracy project, and the purple PEERiod Project.
Gillian Blanco is a current senior majoring in Human Biology, aspiring to become a Physician Assistant. This is her third year in USG, in the past she has served as Sophomore Senator and Head of the USG Ambassador Program. She looks forward to work diligently to represent the voice of the undergraduate student body. Specifically, Gillian hopes to increase awareness of the wide array of resources USG provides to students.
Elise Wang is a junior majoring in Biology Neuroscience and minoring in Public Policy. Last year, she served as a Sophomore Senator and a co-leader for both the Students Stand up Campaign against Sexual Assault and the Mental Health Awareness Initiative. Elise plans to continue to advocate on behalf of Hunter students, and work with faculty, administration, and students organizations to improve the Hunter College experience.
Cultural Affairs Commissioner
Alexia Morrison is a rising transfer student in her junior year. She is currently double majoring in Human Biology and Business; with hopes of obtaining her License as a Practical Nurse and her Master’s in Health Administration. Her passions include fundraising for displaced citizens and working towards providing stable homes for displaced families. Her goals as your current Cultural Affairs Commissioner include: molding Hunter’s campus into a welcoming atmosphere for current and new students, increasing school pride and encouraging more students to be active in clubs and in campus wide activities.
Student Welfare Commissioner
Hardik Bhaskar is a Junior, majoring in Biochemistry and Studio Art; planning going to Medical School. Hardik is also part of the Men's Track and Field Team at Hunter. Through out his career at Hunter College, Hardik has taken part in many volunteering opportunities offered and is an active member in many clubs around campus. As the Student Welfare Commissioner, Hardik plans to work towards greater awareness toward Sexual Assault, the LGBTQ Community, Mental Health, and overall Wellness of the student body. His vision is to embrace a closer knit and welcoming community in Hunter College. Always feel free to stop by the Hunter USG office to meet and speak with Hardik about anything you may need to succeed at Hunter College.
Evening Affairs Commissioner
Gaelle Chawki is a Senior majoring in Human Biology. As an Ambassador, she was able to learn the ins and outs of USG's events and how USG handles its events. She was able to see the impact that USG has on the Hunter community. She is very excited to take on a greater role as the Evening Affairs Commissioner. She is very dedicated to the students of Hunter and is eager to encourage the student body to participate in the fun giveaways and nighttime events that Hunter has to offer. Her goal is to make students feel that they truly are a part of this school and that they are enjoying their time at Hunter by providing them with the greatest experiences possible.
Residence Life Commissioner
Sabina Kubayeva is a rising sophomore in the Macaulay Honors program majoring in Behavioral Neurobiology and minoring in Classical Studies on a pre-med track. She aspires to obtain her MD/PhD and become a medical examiner because of her interest in forensics. Outside of Hunter, Sabina does research at SUNY Downstate about a memory molecule and its association with Alzheimer’s Disease. Sabina was first a USG Ambassador in her freshmen year and decided to continue her involvement as Residence Life Commissioner, in which she hopes to create a better sense of community at Hunter’s dorms by planning fun and accessible events.
Raisa Karim is a junior majoring in Biochemistry and Thomas Hunter Honors. She became involved with student government in her freshman year as a USG ambassador and then served as a freshman senator during her sophomore year. Her interest in student government stemmed from a desire to have a rewarding college experience. By actively listening to students and working with them to address their concerns, she hopes to promote civic literacy, awareness and engagement among the undergraduate population. Please feel free to reach out to her throughout the year!
External Affairs Commissioner
Monira Hasan is a rising Junior Yalow Scholar majoring in psychology, aspiring to obtain a PhD in Clinical Psychology. During her time at Hunter College, she volunteered at multiple hospitals, including Morgan Stanley's Children's Hospital as a Child Life and Pediatric ED Volunteer. As the External Affairs Commissioner, she hopes to continue expanding on the Hunter USG Website so students can be encouraged to pursue a variety of opportunities involving other clubs, focus on improving outreach initiatives, and working closely with on-campus organizations and her committee to promote various school-wide events that bring together the diverse Hunter student body.