Meet the Graduate Student Government Officers
President: Jason Kordosky
Jason is a graduate student in cultural anthropology
studying temporary labor systems. In the
past he has worked in Public Achievement - teaching elementary students civic
engagement - and performed interdisciplinary collaboration with NAU's chapter
of Engineers Without Borders. Jason is
currently a Director for the Arizona Students' Association. He envisions a world in which social issues
are provided the same level of thought, funding, and advocacy as the
technological advances of the STEM fields.
Vice-President: Susan Lawhead
Susan is in her second year of the Master's in
Public Administration with an emphasis in higher education. She received
a Bachelor's in Arts with a double major in Psychology/Youth and
Non-Profit Leadership from Murray State University in Kentucky where she
worked as a program coordinator and office manager for the Murray State
Women's Center. In addition to GSG, Susan works for NAU Housing and Residence Life as the Graduate Assistant for Diversity and Leadership. Susan is excited to get involved with GSG and experience student government.
Secretary: Rachel Stevens
Rachel Stevens, GSG secretary, is a second-year M.A.
Rhetoric & the Teaching of Writing and TESL Certificate student. She
received her B.A. in English & American Literature from New York University
and worked in publishing for two years, before relocating to Flagstaff and ultimately
applying to NAU. Besides her work with GSG, Rachel has a graduate teaching
assistantship with the English department, is the public relations officer for
the Graduate English Organization (GEO), and is a reader for Thin Air. This is her first foray into student
government, and she’s excited to be a part of GSG.
Treasurer: Seonmin Park
Seonmin Park is a treasurer of GSG this year. She is a Ph.D.
student in applied linguistics in the English Department. She obtained her
Master’s degree at Harvard University. She has accumulated her skills of
managing budget via representative positions in various places including
Greenpeace International Summer School, Harvard University, International
Graduate School of English and Library Self-government Committee. She held
several cultural or study-related events on diverse places in order to provide
students with opportunities to broaden their network. She is so excited to
devote herself to support GSG as one of graduate students at NAU.