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  • 1. Meet The Candidates 2009-2010
  • 2. Presidential Candidate: Marisa Hauenstein
  • 3. Presidential Candidate: Marisa Hauenstein My name is Marisa Hauenstein. I am running for President of the Independence South Community Complex Council. Last year, I was Rodney’s Treasurer and was voted Rodney’s Student Leader of the Year. I was also elected as the Class of 2008 President throughout all four years of high school. I am extremely organized and dedicated and will do my best to make Indy South an enjoyable place to call home. If elected, I will create an area that residents can post any ideas or suggestions they feel would be positive adjustments to our complex. I will collect these ideas and distribute them to the appropriate personnel to hopefully make the changes requested. I also will try to host more social events so the complex can meet and socialize as a whole.
  • 4. IHE Building Governor Candidate: Rikki Blindman
  • 5. IHE Building Governor Candidate: Rikki Blindman I am the perfect candidate for governor of Independence East because I am an extremely caring, hard working member of the community. We are located in one of the most beautiful locations on campus and I have some great ideas for the building. Some of my ideas are to have a turf Olympics between laird campus resident halls, expand the movie rental program that ISSA started last year and make it more accessible for residents. I will strengthen the community bond by having gatherings such as luau parties on the volleyball court, movie and show nights on the turf and much more. I would like to make recycling more resident- friendly and start a vacuum/cleaning rental program as well. As governor I plan to create opportunities to build a strong community. I believe I would make a great governor for my building because I care about the residents and their concerns. I would be a strong voice to represent your concerns on a campus-wide level. I am also very outgoing, dependable and friendly.
  • 6. IHE Building Governor Candidate: Andy Meltzer
  • 7. IHE Building Governor Candidate: Andy Meltzer Greetings Residents! My name is Andy Meltzer and I am running for re-election as Building Governor of Independence East. Last year I had the privilege of serving on the first Executive Board of our Complex Community Council. My job entails representing our building’s interests at council and Resident Student Association meetings. It is my duty to obtain funding for our various events and projects from RSA. During my term as the original Building Governor, I took part in setting up our new complex. My accomplishments included: Securing the funds for new kitchen supplies and a free movie rental program for the complex. I also assisted in the planning of the highly successful Turf Day. Finally, the doorstops you all received during the first week of the semester were assembled by me and set aside for this year. For 2009-2010, I plan to build on these accomplishments to make living in Indy East even better. I will help expand the number of titles in the movie program. In addition, I propose more social events such as study breaks and possibly improv nights. I am determined to get a ping-pong table for the building lounge and any other equipment residents request. I am an extremely hard working, trustworthy, and fun person. I enjoy collaborating with others and excel when I am tested. Last year, when all the washing machines stopped working, I took it upon myself to call maintenance to make sure they were fixed ASAP. My persistent efforts were successful. I have been involved in politics and residence hall government since I began college. My summer internship with my Congressman has broadened my people skills and taught me how to cut through red tape. I know this school and its administration well so you can be confident that in re-electing me, you will get the best chance at getting the changes you want. As you cast your ballots remember; “Nothing Beats the Original”.
  • 8. IHW Building Governor Candidate: Punya Sethi Candidate for: Building Governor of Independence West Year: Sophomore Major: Communication Interest
  • 9. TMK Building Governor Candidate: Janie Davidson
  • 10. TMK Building Governor Candidate: Janie Davidson In my opinion, residence life is an extremely important part of the college experience. I love meeting new and fun people and working with others to have the best possible university experience! I am a very dedicated, responsible, and organized student here at Delaware. I think I would make a good Building Governor for Thomas McKean Hall because I am focused and work hard to accomplish everything I attempt. I like having fun, and I want everyone to have a great time at school, too! Since I was a floor representative in HLTCCC last year, I know a lot about the student government here. I’m always willing to listen to people’s ideas because as residents, you know what you want to do or see improved in Thomas McKean. I want to organize programs you want to see over the next year! I want to be a Building Governor so that everyone enjoys their time here!!
  • 11. TMK Building Governor Candidate: Carla Rivera
  • 12. TMK Building Governor Candidate: Carla Rivera Hey! My name is Carla Rivera. I’m from a small, one square mile town called Magnolia, which is located in South Jersey. I currently live in 109B Thomas Mckean so come by and say whenever. I’m here as an exercise science major with a concentration in physiology. I love to have fun and meet new people, which is a big reason why I came to UD. I love the fact that the campus is always busy and I always see new faces. I really hope that the building becomes super close this year so we can all leave with a bunch of new friends. Classes and studying are hard enough so its important that we have a common place to relax and have fun. All in all, I’m just here to try and make our complex fun and exciting! It’s hard to live with a lot of things that are unlivable. And it’s hard to come out here and play tonight but there’s nothing else to do. - Bruce Springsteen
  • 13. Secretary Candidate: Maria Arbizo
  • 14. Secretary Candidate: Maria Arbizo Last
year
I
was
the
Building
Governor
for
Harrington
C.
While
I’m
running
for
a
different
posi?on
this
year,
I think
that
being
part
of
HLTCCC
gave
me
a
lot
of
experience
that
would
help
me
as
secretary
in
ISSA.
I aHended
all
of
our
general
and
execu?ve
board
mee?ngs,
which
let
me
see
all
the
aspects
of
the secretary
posi?on
for
CCC.
I
also
helped
organize
events
that
our
complex
put
on,
which
included
a Halloween
dance,
study
breaks,
and
a
spring
dance.
As
Building
Governor,
I
also
worked
with
our floor
representa?ves
to
keep
our
building
informed
about
what
was
happening
in
our
complex. During
my
senior
year
of
high
school
I
was
the
president
of
the
Na?onal
Honor
Society.
My
responsibili?es were
to
tutor
once
a
week
aNer
school,
volunteer
at
school
ac?vi?es,
like
open
houses
and
parent‐ teacher
conferences,
and
help
with
school
fundraisers.
I
really
enjoyed
my
leadership
roles
in
school because
I
love
make
wherever
I
am
a
great
place
to
be. If
I
were
elected
as
secretary,
my
main
goal
would
be
to
keep
our
execu?ve
board
informed
by
helping
to prepare
mee?ng
agendas,
taking
notes
and
keeping
track
of
aHendance
at
mee?ngs,
and
sending mee?ng
minutes
to
execu?ve
board
members
and
general
members.
I
would
also
make
sure
that
our complex
is
kept
informed
of
any
ac?vity
or
event
we
plan
though
adver?sing.
ANer
our
events,
I would
send
in
of‐the‐months
so
that
we
could
be
recognized
for
our
efforts. Some
things
I
would
like
to
do
to
make
our
complex
an
enjoyable
place
to
live
would
be
to
have
complex compe??ons,
complex
study
breaks,
and
complex
ice
cream
socials.
I
would
want
to
put
on
events that
would
make
ISSA
a
fun
place
to
live
and
would
make
ISSA
feel
like
one
community.
  • 15. Secretary Candidate: Megan Chojnacki
  • 16. Secretary Candidate: Megan Chojnacki Hi I am Megan Chojnacki, and I would like to be your Independence South Complex Community Council Secretary. I am a responsible, hard- working, and extremely reliable dean’s list student. As secretary of the Independence South CCC, it will be my job to prepare meeting agendas, keep records of meetings, and coordinate publicity for events. My organizational skills and strong work ethic will help me to excel at all the tasks required of secretary. I am enthusiastic about UD and making Independence South an even better place for all of its residents to enjoy. It will be my mission as secretary to guarantee all residence’s voices are heard. I would like to make Independence South feel more like a collective community. With that in mind, one of my goals is to provide each dorm with a door stop, so everyone has the opportunity to keep their door open and welcoming to other residents. I want to organize fun activities we can enjoy together as an Independence South Community such as pizza nights, capture the flag tournaments, and bus trips to the beach. I want to make this year at Independence South as great as possible and it all starts with your vote.
  • 17. Secretary Candidate: Carissa Macay
  • 18. Secretary Candidate: Carissa Macay I am running for the position of secretary. Being a secretary involves being organized, recording and keeping information, and responsibility. Organization is one of my strongest points I keep everything organized in separate labeled bins, I write all important dates and events in a planner, and I have a thorough knowledge of Microsoft excel to keep lists organized and readily accessible. Responsibility is also something I am familiar with from being an older sister, to being captain of my high school gymnastics team, and a peer student leader in high school. I want to be actively involved in the campus community and help us all make our short time living in the residence halls the best they can possibly be. I know we as students have many ideas for how life in a dorm can be improved and I would like to be the one to hear those opinions and represent us, as students, to the complex community council.
  • 19. Secretary Candidate: Leila Sammander
  • 20. Secretary Candidate: Leila Sammander I believe I would make a good secretary because I am very punctual and organized. I am personable and work well with other people. I have past experience doing secretarial work for small organizations and clubs. I would make sure to bring all the suggestions for the ISSA community to the meetings and make sure that everything discussed in the meetings were relayed back to the Independence South Community through posters, copies of the agenda, or via e-mail or Facebook. I will try my best to work with the other members of the association in trying to create the friendly atmosphere that most of us want to bring with us from West campus.
  • 21. Treasurer Candidate: Paige Bosin
  • 22. Treasurer Candidate: Paige Bosin I feel like I am an ideal candidate for Treasurer because I am organized and efficient. I am prepared to keep neat and accurate records of all transactions. As a finance major, I am taking classes and learning all about budgeting and finances. If elected, I plan to apply what I’ve learned in my classes to the financial obligations I will be fulfilling. I will address all financial concerns and budgeting in a timely matter.
  • 23. Treasurer Candidate: Sarah Miranda
  • 24. Treasurer Candidate: Sarah Miranda I would make a good treasurer because I am very personable and reliable. I was also a teller, so I am good with money. If I was elected, I would make sure that everyone’s requests through the Student Initiative Fund were read and given a fair chance. I have a lot of ideas for events throughout the school year and coming from Dickinson, I would like to use the Student Initiative Fund to help bring the ISSA community together.