Executive Leadership

Leadership

  1. Patrick Lee

    Student Body President

    Patrick Lee

    Student Body President

    plee5@nd.edu

    Patrick Lee is a member of the Program of Liberal Studies, with minors in Theology, Constitutional Studies, and Business Economics. Originally from Detroit, Patrick now resides in Stanford Hall, where he has previously served as Senator and President. He has served as a member of the Departments of Student Life and National Relations and Political Engagement, as well as a Matriculate Advising Fellow and summer counselor at Camp Rise Above. When not around the office, you can often find Patrick in and out of Geddes Hall working with the Center for Social Concerns or running off to club hockey practice. Feel free to come to his office any time to talk about anything related to the student experience at Notre Dame. Just come up to 203C and knock – the door is always open.

  2. Sofie Stitt

    Student Body Vice President

    Sofie Stitt

    Student Body Vice President

    sstitt@nd.edu

    Sofie Stitt is a double major in Finance and Psychology, currently serving as the Student Body Vice President. Originally from Washington, DC, Sofie is now a proud resident and former president of Pasquerilla West Hall (PDub). Outside of Student Government, she is a member of the Student International Business Council, the Women’s Investing Summit, and a part of the SSLP cohort through the Center for Social Concerns. When she is not referring to her guide on Parliamentary Procedure, you can find Sofie at the Smith Center, with her friends in NDH, or running to class. Her favorite part of this job is meeting new people, so stop by the Student Government Office anytime to chat about Senate and the Cabinet or her thoughts on empathy.

  3. Nicole Baumann

    Chief of Staff

    Nicole Baumann

    Chief of Staff

    nbauman3@nd.edu

    Nicole Baumann is a Marketing major in the Business Honors Program with a Constitutional Studies minor. Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, she takes pride in her new home, Pasquerilla West Hall. She currently serves as Chief of Staff of Student Government for the 2022-2023 year. She has previously been involved in Student International Business Council, teaching English as a second language through Community Alliance to Serve Hispanics, and social media marketing. When not in communication with her beloved cabinet, she enjoys leading her bible study, cooking vegetarian, and writing poetry. She’d love to sit down with anyone to discuss global menstrual poverty, relativism, or the Notre Dame student experience.

Cabinet

  1. Nick Albrinck

    Director of Sustainability

    Nick Albrinck

    Director of Sustainability

    nalbrinc@nd.edu

    Nick Albrinck is a senior studying Environmental Science and Economics with a minor in Energy Studies who currently serves as the Director of Sustainability. He is originally from Cincinnati, OH, but has lived in Dillon Hall for the last three years and is now off-campus. Nick previously served as a member of the Department of Sustainability, working on the policy subcommittee. Outside of Student Government, Nick is a member of the University's Cheerleading Team, a TA for Calculus, and a member of the Student Energy Board. He is happy to touch base and chat about anything related to climate change, sustainability, renewable energy, or recreationally throwing people in the air.

  2. AnnahMarie Behn

    Co-Director of FUEL

    AnnahMarie Behn

    Co-Director of FUEL

    abehnlin@nd.edu

    AnnahMarie is a rising sophomore majoring in electrical engineering. From Fort Wayne, Indiana, she currently lives on campus in Flaherty Hall. As a freshman in Student Government, AnnahMarie participated in FUEL and across several departments, including University Policy, Health and Well-being, and Student Empowerment. She cherishes that Student Government gives her a way to directly create positive change for and leave a lasting impact on the student body as a whole. Feel free to reach out to her anytime, Student Union related or otherwise - she would love to hear from you!

  3. Briana Chappell

    Director of Gender Relations - LGBTQ+ Advocacy

    Briana Chappell

    Director of Gender Relations - LGBTQ+ Advocacy

    bchappel@nd.edu

    Briana Chappell (she/her) is a member of the class of 2024 from Seattle, Washington, living in Pasquerilla West Hall. Briana is studying Political Science, Global Affairs (with a concentration in Civil and Human Rights), and Sustainability. In addition to being the Director of LGBTQ+ Initiatives, Briana is a Project Co-Lead for the South Bend Racial Justice Project within the Student Policy Network, a member of Notre Dame’s Diversity Council, and a Project Assistant for the Klau Center’s With Voices True Project on race. Briana is very passionate about civil and human rights, and advocating for traditionally marginalized voices both on campus and in her community. Within Student Government, Briana aspires to promote equity and make sure all students at The University of Notre Dame feel welcomed through the implementation of inclusive initiatives and projects, such as PrideFest. Outside of academics, you can find Briana at Notre Dame’s Women’s Boxing Club (Baraka Bouts), smiling with her friends, and serving up coffee at Louie’s Lattes every Sunday.

  4. Sisy Chen

    Director of Health and Wellness

    Sisy Chen

    Director of Health and Wellness

    schen27@nd.edu

    Sisy Chen is a sophomore studying Neuroscience and Behavior, with minors in Data Science and PPE (Philosophy, Politics, and Economics). She is originally from Chicago, IL, but her home on campus is Johnson Family Hall. Sisy is incredibly excited to be a part of Exec Cab this year after being involved in student government as a member of FUEL her freshman year and working towards expanding accessibility and outreach to students about mental health services on campus. Sisy is also a member of the Stamps Scholars and Glynn Family Honors Program. Outside of Student Government, she is a part of the Women’s Boxing Team, Student Policy Network, and loves working as an admissions tour guide! She is more than happy to grab a bite and chat about student government, health and wellbeing, Survivor, or any personal stories you’d want to share!

  5. Collette Doyle

    Director of Communications

    Collette Doyle

    Director of Communications

    cdoyle23@nd.edu

    Collette is from Willow Springs, Illinois—one of the many suburbs of Chicago—studying Political Science and Theology. She currently resides in Johnson Family Hall, where she serves as a junior treasurer and often participates as a lector during weekly masses. As a first-year, Collette was involved in FUEL, where she served on Student Government's Communications Department as well as worked on FUEL's communications subcommittee. Outside of school and extracurriculars, you can find Collette spending almost every waking moment with her friends in JFam, watching her favorite show The Good Place, listening to NPR's many daily podcasts or playing the piano in her dorm's chapel. Collette is extremely excited to continue on with her communications work as official Director of Communications for 2022-2023 where she hopes to improve Student Government awareness and visibility to the student body. Please feel free to reach out whenever to set up a time to chat or grab a cup of coffee!

  6. Anna Dray

    Director of University Policy

    Anna Dray

    Director of University Policy

    adray@nd.edu

    Anna Dray is a sophomore from Elmhurst, IL studying Neuroscience and Behavior with a minor in Greek and Roman Civilization. On campus, Anna is a proud Ryan Hall Wildcat and West Quad enthusiast. Before becoming the Director of University Policy, she worked in student government as a member of FUEL (First Undergraduate Experience in Leadership), through which she was a part of the Academic Affairs Department and the Health Initiatives Subcommittee. Anna loves volunteering with the First Aid Services Team at athletic events and at a local hospice care center through the Compassionate Care in Medicine Club as she works toward her goal of attending medical school after graduation. She is passionate about implementing change in areas that concern her peers and is thrilled to be a voice for prioritizing the identities, health, and finances of students during the 2022-2023 term. In her free time, you can find Anna running, laughing with friends, and attempting to improve her baking abilities. She loves meeting new people and engaging in new conversations, so do not hesitate to reach out about your ideas or just to talk!

  7. Isabella Garcia

    Director of Academic Affairs

    Isabella Garcia

    Director of Academic Affairs

    igarcia5@nd.edu

    Isabella Garcia is a triple major in Political Science, Arabic, and Theology who currently serves as Director of Academic Affairs. While she now lives off-campus, she is a proud former resident of Badin Hall who also calls the beautiful mountain town of Flagstaff, Arizona home. Isabella has served all over Student Government in her time on campus, including stints serving on Class Council, representing Badin in Student Senate, and working in numerous departments. Outside of Student Government, she is involved with the Humor Artists improv group on campus, Dean’s Fellows, Women in International Security, and Matriculate. Isabella can usually be found drinking an oat milk latte, listening to her favorite band (Vista Kicks), and testing out some terrible jokes on anyone who will listen. She is happy to sit down for coffee to chat about academic affairs, comedy, student government, or your hopes and dreams.

  8. Ameena Jovonovich

    Director of National Affairs and Political Engagement

    Ameena Jovonovich

    Director of National Affairs and Political Engagement

    ajovonov@nd.edu

    Ameena is a senior at Notre Dame originally from Fargo, North Dakota, and is studying Arabic, Economics, and Real Estate. In the past, Ameena has served as a member of FUEL and as the Executive Controller. Outside of student government, Ameena is a member of SIBC, Arabic Club, and NDISC. Ameena is also a proud employee of Irish Gardens (the best flower shop in South Bend!). In her spare time, she loves reading science fiction and political memoirs, drinking caramel macchiatos, exploring the South Bend/Mishawaka area, and spending time with friends. She is super excited to bring events, speakers, and a bunch of fun things to campus important towards our students political engagement and global awareness!

  9. Joey Kositzke

    Co-Director of FUEL

    Joey Kositzke

    Co-Director of FUEL

    jkositzk@nd.edu

    Joey is a member of the class of 2025 native of great state of Wisconsin, hailing from the city of Kenosha. He serves this year as the Co-Director of FUEL, driven by an interest in preparing emerging leaders across our campus community. As Co-Director, he is committed to being a resource for first-years and providing the guidance that will equip them to be a force of good for years to come. Joey is a very proud Keenan Knight and actively participates in dorm events such as the illustrious Keenan Revue, as well as the hall's various Interhall sports teams. Outside of dorm life, Joey is pursuing a double major in Management Consulting and Global Affairs and has worked with admissions office as a text center volunteer as well as student government in the departments of Academic Affairs, University Policy, and FUEL. In his spare time, Joey listens to music (just about any genre), watches many films (somewhat of a critic), and spends lots of time with friends. He is ecstatic to have the opportunity to serve the student body this year and looking forward to the opportunities to connect with our community. Feel free to reach out with any questions or just to meet!

  10. Sarah Mahoney

    Co-Director of Student Life

    Sarah Mahoney

    Co-Director of Student Life

    smahone2@nd.edu

    Sarah Mahoney is a member of the class of 2025, majoring in Environmental Science on the Pre-Medicine track. She is originally from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania but is proud to call Cavanaugh Hall her on campus home. As a part of FUEL during her first year, Sarah worked on several community engagement and communications initiatives. She is beyond excited to serve as Co-Director of Student Life to continue to advocate for student concerns and strengthen the Notre Dame community. Outside of student government, Sarah is a part of Army ROTC, campus ministry, serves as a Tour Guide, and enjoys running in her free time. She looks forward to representing the student body and encourages anyone to reach out with any questions regarding student life at Notre Dame!

  11. Tavin Martin

    Director of Diversity and Inclusion - First-Generation Low-Income

    Tavin Martin

    Director of Diversity and Inclusion - First-Generation Low-Income

    lmarti25@nd.edu

    Tavin Martin is a double major in Global Affairs and Education, Schooling and Society with a minor in Latino Studies who currently serves as Director of Diversity and Inclusion, First-Generation Low Income Division. She is a proud resident of Lyons Hall, but when she’s not on campus she lives in the city of Evansville in SouthWestern Indiana. In her first year on campus, Tavin served in various departments within student government including Dept. of University Policy, Dept. of Diversity and Inclusion, Dept. of Health and Well Being, and Dept. of Gender relations. She was also selected as a member of Student Government’s First Undergraduate Experience in Leadership program, and she worked within the Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee. When Tavin’s not in the Student Government office, you can find her playing rugby with the Notre Dame Women’s Rugby Team, volunteering at La Casa de Amistad and the Robinson Center, or attending meetings for the Evansville Youth City Council. After spending her entire high school career working as a barista, you can usually find Tavin drinking coffee on or off-campus (usually at Cloud Walking Cafe), or she may be lifting weights in the Rock. Whether you want to chat about the first-gen college experience, education reform, or student government, Tavin is always willing to grab food or coffee!

  12. Mary Massman

    Co-Director of Student Life

    Mary Massman

    Co-Director of Student Life

    mmassma2@nd.edu

    Mary is a junior American Studies and Business Analytics major from Kansas City, MO. She currently resides in Cavanaugh Hall. As a first-year student, Mary was involved in FUEL, where she served on the Department of Social Concerns and on a first-year mental health subcommittee, both of which inspired her to become further engaged with Student Government. Her sophomore year, she served as Student Union Secretary. Outside of Student Government, Mary has been involved with The Shirt Project as a Marketing Coordinator and Her Campus Media as a writer. She is excited to contribute to the Student Union and serve as an advocate for the student body as Co-Director of Student Life.

  13. Jill Maudlin

    Director of Diversity and Inclusion - Disability Advocacy

    Jill Maudlin

    Director of Diversity and Inclusion - Disability Advocacy

    jmaudlin@nd.edu

    Jill is a sophomore originally from La Porte, Indiana, and now living in Ryan Hall. She is studying Neuroscience and Behavior, Public Service, and Education, Schooling, and Society. As a first-year, Jill served on the University Policy leadership team and on the Health and Well-being's Accessibility Task Force. Outside of Student Government, Jill is an avid swing dancer and a member of Access-ABLE. She is also conducting research on how system-involved parents affect their children's educational attainment. When she's not talking endlessly about disability, Jill loves calligraphy and making jewelry.

  14. Quinn McKenna

    Director of South Bend Engagement

    Quinn McKenna

    Director of South Bend Engagement

    qmckenna@nd.edu

    Quinn McKenna is a proud member of the wonderful Farley Hall and is majoring in the Program of Liberal Studies and minoring in Poverty Studies and Education, Schooling, and Society. Although new to Student Government, Quinn enjoys working as a student-teacher at the Early Childhood Development Center on campus, working as a student assistant at Notre Dame International, and participating in some of what the Center for Social Concerns has to offer with particular experience in the ISSLP program, Appalachia seminars, and TakeTen Violence Prevention Program in South Bend. Quinn is thrilled to be in this position, and she really looks forward to breaking the Notre Dame bubble and exposing ND students to more of the beauty and excitement present in South Bend’s rich community. She feels excited to participate in the process of bridging this gap between the two communities and exploring different opportunities of growth and mutual understanding and appreciation. Feel free to reach out and grab coffee or food!

  15. Ryann McTague

    Student Union Secretary

    Ryann McTague

    Student Union Secretary

    rmctague@nd.edu

    Ryann is a sophomore in Flaherty Hall studying Honors Business Analytics and Psychology. Although originally from Newport Beach, California, she just recently moved to Nashville, Tennessee and could not be more excited to explore the city. Last year, Ryann was a FUEL Member serving on the Department of Student Life and the Health Communications Subcommittee. As Secretary this year, Ryann hopes to use her extensive experience and passion for student government to reinvigorate this position and further the administration's platform. Outside of StuGov, Ryann is involved in Student International Business Council as a travel team member and Marketing Intern. In her free time, Ryann loves to go to spin classes, watch football, and plan full trip itineraries that may never actually happen.

  16. Jeremy Moynihan

    Director of Campus Technology and Innovation

    Jeremy Moynihan

    Director of Campus Technology and Innovation

    jmoyniha@nd.edu

    Jeremy is a rising junior majoring in Business Analytics and Classics. He is proud to hail from the hamlet of Pearl River, NY, but has since moved to the Raleigh area. When he is on campus, he lives in the Cinderblock Palace of Love, Stanford Hall (scraw!). Jeremy is very excited to serve the Notre Dame community in this capacity this year, being a voice for students to the Office of Information Technologies as well as working with other departments in their technical needs. Some things he likes doing are running, fitness training, and hanging out with his friends. Feel free to reach out to talk to him about anything or just to meet!

  17. Ben Nash

    Director of Faith

    Ben Nash

    Director of Faith

    bnash2@nd.edu

    Ben Nash is a senior studying philosophy and theology. He is originally from San Diego, California, but on campus he and his two brothers are proud Alumni Dawgs. As Director of Faith, Ben is excited to coordinate student-focused initiatives that promote the Catholic identity and mission of Notre Dame. During his junior year, he served as Alumni Hall president and worked in sacramental preparation as a Campus Ministry Anchor intern. He is a Sorin Fellow with the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture and a member of Notre Dame Right to Life. He leads music at Exalt adoration nights and helps facilitate various ministries in Alumni Hall. When he's not philosophizing, he enjoys high liturgy, craft beer, and spikeball.

  18. Lane Obringer

    Director of Gender Relations - Title IX and Women’s Initiatives

    Lane Obringer

    Director of Gender Relations - Title IX and Women’s Initiatives

    lobringe@nd.edu

    Lane Obringer is a junior studying Psychology originally from the Chicago suburbs and Charlotte, North Carolina. On campus, she is a resident of Ryan Hall and works for the Office of the Dean in Mendoza and as a campus Tour Guide. Previously, Lane served as a department member of Student Government's University Policy and Gender Relations and as Callisto's Campus Champion. Beyond Student Government, Lane's interests lie within positive psychology, organizational health, and management consulting. Her other extracurricular activities include Co-Founder of the Eating Disorder Awareness Club (EDAC), Lectoring at the Basilica, and squeezing in an afternoon campus run. During her free time, you can find Lane furiously updating her Google Calendar or chatting with friends over Flex Point coffee and Modern Market sandwiches.

  19. Lala Petty

    Directory of Community Outreach

    Lala Petty

    Directory of Community Outreach

    cpetty@nd.edu

    Carlondrea “LaLa” Petty is a double major in Science Pre-Professional Studies and Spanish who currently serves as Director of Community Outreach. While she now lives off campus, she is a former Howard Duck. She is proud to call South Bend her native city and with that you can catch her exploring the hidden gems of South Bend. Since her sophomore year, LaLa has served on the Black Student Association Board where she advocates for and amplifies the voices of black students. In addition she works closely with Notre Dame International as the face of  the 2022 Mental Health Campaign where she vocalizes and works towards destigmatizing the negative attitude of overall health and wellness, especially mental health. Outside of school-related activities, you can catch her in the gym grinding or training fellow students, as she is a certified personal trainer. You can also find her snapping photos of nature, drinking tea or coffee, in deep conversation about life, or jamming out to old school songs. She would love to sit down for coffee, go for a drive or walk, or explore South Bend while chatting about community outreach, movies, music, life, or health and wellness.

  20. Kevin Wang

    Executive Controller

    Kevin Wang

    Executive Controller

    kwang8@nd.edu

    Kevin Wang is a junior from Fort Wayne, Indiana, studying Finance and ACMS. Previously, Kevin served as the Director of Campus Technology & Innovation and was a member of the Class of 2024's Freshman Class Council. As Executive Controller, Kevin is responsible for planning and maintaining the budget for Student Government, is a member of the Financial Management Board, and initiates and oversees finance-related projects throughout the term. Outside of Student Government, Kevin is proud to call the 20-21 Men's HOTY home, and leads Freshmen Involvement in Knott Hall. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys playing piano, chess, and rowing.

  21. Faith Woods

    Director of Diversity and Inclusion - Race and Ethnicity

    Faith Woods

    Director of Diversity and Inclusion - Race and Ethnicity

    fwoods2@nd.edu

    Faith Woods is a Political Science Major and a Health, Humanities, & Society and Africana Studies double minor who currently serves as Director of Diversity and Inclusion for Race and Ethnicity. While originally from sunny Orlando, Florida, she calls Breen-Phillips Hall her home on campus. Since coming to Notre Dame, Faith has had the opportunity to serve as a member of FUEL, Student Senate, and Campus Life Council. Outside of Student Government, she is involved with Shades of Ebony and enjoys her work as a tour guide and a research assistant for the Snite Museum of Art. Faith’s favorite hobbies include baking, performing poetry, and using FaceTime as a primary means of communication.