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Jae Fish

Doctoral Granting Institutes - Undergraduate Representative

Campuses Representing: SUNY ESF,SUNY Optometry,University at Albany

Home Campus: SUNY Polytechnic Institute

Bio: Jae Fish is currently in his last year at SUNY Polytechnic Institute studying Sociology with a minor in criminal Justice and plans to attend SUNY Albany to receive an MPA. He serves as his campus's SGA President and a SUNY SA Representative and caucus chair. 

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Luca Cassidy

Doctoral Granting Institutes - Undergraduate Representative

Campuses Representing: 

Home Campus: Binghamton University

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Becky Paul-Odionhin

Doctoral Granting Institutes - Undergraduate Representative

Campuses Representing: SUNY Poly (Utica),University at Buffalo,Upstate Medical University (undergrad)

Home Campus: University at Buffalo


Elizabeth Maxwell

State Operated University Centers

Campuses Representing: Empire State, SUNY Brockport, SUNY Old Westbury, SUNY Purchase

Home Campus: SUNY Empire State College

Bio: Elizabeth Maxwell completed a Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs with Summa Cum Laude honors at SUNY Empire State College in 2021. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Social and Public Policy at SUNY Empire State College. In the fall of 2021, Elizabeth was honored with the Empire State Bluebird Award for volunteerism, community building, and leadership. Her previous policy experience includes working with the Monroe County Racial and Structural Equity Commission (RASE) to make meaningful policy reforms. She is currently a SUNY Student Assembly state operated  campus Representative and a Legislative Assistant in Monroe County, New York.  


Thomas Ehrhard

State Operated University Centers

Campuses Representing: SUNY Cortland, SUNY New Paltz, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Oswego, SUNY Plattsburgh | Home Campus: SUNY Oswego

Bio: My name is Thomas Ehrhard and I am currently a junior at SUNY Oswego, where I serve as president of Oswego's Student Association. I also serve as a University Representative at SUNY SA. During my tenure at Oswego, I have helped to improve transparency within SA as well as working to streamline Oswego SA's by-laws. Additionally, I have organized sustainability initiatives and undertaken programs to increase student engagement in clubs and organizations. At SUNY SA I aim to work towards more communication between University Campuses, such as Oswego, Cortland, and New Paltz. 

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Tayllor Clark

State Operated University Centers

Campuses Representing: Buffalo State College, SUNY Fredonia, SUNY Geneseo, SUNY Potsdam | Home Campus: SUNY Buffalo State College


Bio: Tayllor is a Senior at Buffalo State College, majoring in Childhood Education with hopes of becoming a Middle School Science Teacher upon graduation. Tayllor has always considered herself to be a student centered leader and an advocate for many different causes and platforms; some of which being civil rights, women's rights, and putting an end to gun violence across all campuses. For all of these reasons, and many more, Tayllor worked to become the President of the United Students Government at Buffalo State, as well as a University Representative for the SUNY Student Assembly in order to better serve as many students as she can, and to create a more diverse and engaging college experience for all!

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Zachary Hennessey

Community Colleges 

Campuses Representing: Adirondack C.C, Cayuga C.C, Fulton-Montgomery C.C, Monroe C.C, Schenectady County C.C, Alfred Ceramics, Alfred State College

Home Campus: SUNY Adirondack C.C


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David Mariyasin

Community Colleges 

Campuses Representing: Columbia-Greene CC,Corning C.C, Erie CC, Suffolk County C.C, SUNY Ulster,

Home Campus: Suffolk County C.C

Bio: David is a sophomore at Suffolk County Community College where he is majoring in Communications. A student passionate about achieving goals, pushing for change, leadership, equality and teamwork, David is ready to play a major role and help lead the future of the SUNY Student Assembly

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Robert Dungan

Community Colleges 

Campuses Representing: Finger Lakes CC, HVCC, Mohawk Valley C.C, Onondaga C.C, Tompkins Cortland C.C, SUNY Maritime, SUNY Morrisville

Home Campus: Hudson Valley Community College 


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Drew Roggenbaum

Community Colleges 

Campuses Representing: SUNY ESF,SUNY Optometry,University at Albany

Home Campus: Genesee C.C, Jamestown C.C, SUNY Sullivan, Westchester C.C


Bio: My name is Drew Roggenbaum, one of SUNYSA's six community College Representatives. I'm the Student Government President for Jamestown Community College, and a major in Criminal Justice. Both Student Government and SUNYSA have given me an amazing opportunity to represent students on a larger scale offered at my college. I am super excited to be part of an amazing group of energetic, like-minded individuals that want to see change just as much as I do. I look forward to what the future brings and hope you do too! 


Michael Goodman

Graduate Doctoral Granting Institutions

Campuses Representing: Binghamton University, SUNY ESF (Graduate), University at Buffalo (Graduate), SUNY Poly (Albany)

Home Campus: SUNY ESF


Bio: Mike is a second-year graduate student at ESF in Syracuse. He is studying Sustainable Energy at ESF and Public Administration at Syracuse University. Mike earned his Bachelor of Science from Ithaca College in 2018 studying Outdoor Adventure Leadership. Upon his graduation from Ithaca, Mike worked in southern Utah for two years as a Wilderness Therapy Instructor following a relationship-based approach to therapy with teens in-crisis. Mike then accepted a position at a residential boarding school using the same therapeutic approach. Mike decided to return to graduate school because he is passionate about finding new solutions to the environmental crisis and wants to ensure a sustainable and equitable future for all global citizens. In his free time, Mike enjoys cooking and spending time outdoors with his wife, Sarah, and dog Kamoto.


Nicholas Brennan

Graduate Doctoral Granting Institutions

Campuses Representing: SUNY Cobleskill, SUNY Delhi, Downstate University  (Graduate), Stony Brook University (Graduate), University at Albany  (Graduate), Upstate Medical University  (Graduate)

Home Campus: Upstate Medical University 


Bio: Nicholas Brennan graduated from SUNY Oneonta with a B.S. in Chemistry in 2015. Upon graduating from Oneonta, he spent two years conducting biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Baltimore, Maryland. Shortly after leaving the NIH, Nicholas matriculated at SUNY Upstate Medical University and is currently in his fifth year of the MD/PhD combined degree program. Nicholas currently serves as a Doctoral Granting Institutions (DGI) Graduate Representative on the SUNY Student Assembly, the student governing body that represents all 64 SUNY campuses. At Upstate Medical University, Nicholas serves as President of both the Upstate Student Government and the Upstate Campus Activities Governing Board. Additionally, he is a member of the Upstate Medical University Council. Aside from his extracurricular work at Upstate, Nicholas is currently conducting research in the Department of Bio-chemistry and Molecular Biology. He is investigating the effect of mitochondrial stress on muscle loss observed in pathological and normative aging. Nicholas is proud to represent SUNY graduate students and is devoted to improving the educational experience of all SUNY students.

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