The Boyle-McGuire Administration was elected in February 2019 and will serve a one year term, beginning on April 1st, 2019 and ending on March 31, 2020. Campaigning on a platform of empowering students with a special focus on gender relations and dorm reform, they hope to reposition Student Government to be more effective and more present in students' daily lives while also broadening Student Government's impact on University decision-making.
The Executive Cabinet was selected through a rigorous application and interview process, in which over 130 applicants were interviewed by the Executives. Department Directors come from all corners of campus and have a vast array of personal and professional experiences. Many Department Directors have been involved on campus in Hall Government, Clubs, Club Sports or Athletics, and some have been members of Student Government.
President Elizabeth Boyle
Elizabeth is a senior Political Science and Peace Studies Major from Long Island, New York. She has been an active member of the Notre Dame student government throughout her three years at Notre Dame serving on Hall President’s Council, Executive Cabinet, and FUEL. Outside of school Elizabeth works as a policy and advocacy organizer for the national organization, Know Your IX. She is also a seminar leader at the Center for Social Concerns, volunteers at the Family Justice Center to support survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and researches the intersection of religion and peacebuilding through the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. She is incredibly humbled and excited to serve as your Student Body President for 2019-2020 and although she does not drink coffee, she would love to meet you at any coffee-related place to discuss your passions, hopes, and dreams.
Vice President Patrick McGuire
Patrick McGuire is a proud junior member of Siegfried Hall (go Ramblers!) studying Economics and Sociology. As a military kid, Siegfried Hall is his true hometown, but he has moved 14 times and currently lives in San Antonio, Texas. He is a former Notre Dame Vision Mentor, a research assistant on migration theology, a Philosophy TA, and an intern with the City of South Bend's Engagement and Economic Empowerment Team. He is the current Student Body Vice President, and is so excited and grateful to serve the ND community!
Chief of Staff Linde Hoffman
Linde Hoffman is a senior Political Science and Spanish major from East Grand Rapids, MI. She currently resides in the Lewis Hall coop (Go Chicks!). She previously served in Student Senate and is now proud to serve as Chief of Staff! Her biggest passion lies in criminal justice reform and she hopes to make a career out of it one day. In the meantime, you can find her at her desk in the StuGov office, the Geddes Hall coffeehouse, or sipping Green Mountain caramel vanilla cream coffee in the formerly aesthetically pleasing Waddick's cafe.