Student Government Association

Student Government Association members

Senate 2017-2018

SGA contact information

Location: McCarthy Center 404

Phone number: 508-626-4607

Email: sga@framingham.edu

The Student Government Association of Framingham State University is a group of students elected to work in a collaborative manner to serve the students of Framingham State by advocating on behalf of the student-body, funding student clubs and organizations in their missions, and being a resource to fellow students. 

Our Mission: To protect the rights and privileges of the University community and its members, to advocate on behalf of the student body, to uphold the ideals of a democratic society, and to foster student growth through community and leadership opportunities.

 

Executive Board 2019-2020

Matty Bennet

SGA President

Matty Bennet“I am a senior political science student in the honors program with an interest in local government and higher education. I am a commuter student and I love to travel. I am excited to serve as the SGA president this year! My goal is to make students’ voices heard across campus, including those who cannot make it to our meetings”

Olivia Beverlie

Student Trustee

“I’m a junior Criminology major with a minor in Political Science, and I will be serving as the Student Trustee this year! On campus I am a Peer Mentor for the first-year foundations class and I am also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society. This will be my second time serving on SGA E-board! My passion for student government stems from my interest in politics and the belief that our university can continue to strive to do better for its students. My goal this year is to focus on providing better access for students to our resources on campus and making sure that every student knows they can have their voice heard. I am excited to see what this school year holds!”

Abby Salvucci

SGA Vice President

Abby Salvucci

“I'm a junior sociology major with a double minor in anthropology and political science. I'm a second year RA in North Hall, while also being part of the honors program here on campus, as well as participating in alternative spring break the last two years. My passion for student government stems from my love for my studies in cultural cause and effects in U.S. politics. My goal as vice president this year is to emphasize the voices of students here at Framingham to have their voices heard for what they believe in. I'm thankful for this opportunity and can't wait for this school year!”

Driana LeBron

SGA SATF Treasurer

“I am a senior majoring in accounting. This is my fourth year on SGA and Second time on Eboard. I am more than excited to serve the students for another year and hope to see changes on our campus, especially those concerns that have yet to change. And as SATF Treasurer foreseeing the budget, wish for more events to happen on campus, so that as a community we will become more diverse.”

Danielle Shaw

Outreach and Events Coordinator

“I am a junior finance major, economics minor and I am a part of our honors program. On campus, I am also a Student Admissions Representative. I have been on SGA for 3 semesters and studied abroad last semester! While I was abroad I traveled to 10 countries and discovered my passion for traveling. I am glad to be back at Framingham this semester, and am excited to be part of a great eboard team. I became interested in Student Government because of the money management we do. I have learned that SGA is much more than just that, and have grown to love advocating for other students! This year, I want to be a resource for students on campus. I am always ready to talk about what’s going on, on or off campus!”

Lexi Kays

SGA Secretary

“I’m a junior Interdisciplinary Language Arts major with a coordinate in Elementary Education, and this year I’m going to be the secretary for SGA! Also, I work on campus at the Office of Development and Alumni Relations as a Phonathon caller getting contributions from FSU alumni that go towards student scholarships. My interest in student government stems from my passion to see change on campus and, hopefully, in the broader society. My goal for this upcoming year is to make sure every student feels supported in decisions we make as a cohesive senate. I am so excited for this semester to begin so the 2019-2020 SGA can stride towards making a difference at Framingham State!”