Walks through Capitol Hill, the Chicago Cubs and Mary Oliver are all common factors in the things that ground MUSG’s recently elected President Sara Manjee and Executive Vice President Dan Brophy.
When asked about what they are passionate about, Manjee and Brophy both mention motivating professors, supportive friends and a passion for social change. Manjee credits her classmates for inspiring her to take the leap to run for an impactful leadership position. Brophy learned the importance of showing up and listening to students during the campaign process.
During their term, the pair hopes to better serve marginalized students, develop more student organizations and elevate the voices of students.