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Undergraduate Social Welfare Alliance & BSW Student Representatives

The Undergraduate Social Welfare Alliance (USWA) acts as a representing body of all students within the undergraduate program. We act as a voice for students and seek to establish an engaged community connected to our program and University. To be in touch with any of the officers, email: sbu@uswa@gmail.com

In addition to USWA, there are also BSW Student Representatives who are the voice for their classmates. They represent the BSW students at SSW committee meetings that are chaired by Faculty within the School. The committees and student representatives are listed down below (following the USWA Officer information).

Meet your USWA Officers for 2017-2018:


 Jack McKillop - President

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My name is Alexander McKillop, but everybody calls me Jack (long story).  I am thrilled to be part of an industrious and ambitious team of student leaders this year, comprising the 2017-2018 USWA e-board.  I have three years of experience in the field of substance abuse, and I am currently a Senior BSW candidate.  I also serve as New York State's BSW representative for the National Association of Social Workers.  I am passionate about social justice, and I hope to encourage all BSW students to get involved with USWA this year!  We want to create opportunities for students to experience service, education, and advocacy outside of the classroom and internship settings.  Please, do not hesitate to reach out to sbu.uswa@gmail.com with any ideas, questions, or concerns!  We hope to hear from you! 


Andrea Fonti - Vice President

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Hello everyone! I am a second year BSW student. Ever since I was little, my passion has been to help others. As Vice President of USWA, I am looking forward to meeting and collaborating with as many students as we can for the next semester. I can't wait for the new semester to start so we can hear all the ideas from the incoming BSW students and the returning second year students, on the types of activities and events you would like to participate in this year. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to e-mail me or any of the other e-board members at: sbu.uswa@gmail.com

 


Robyn Marie-Bohne - Secretary

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Hello! My name is Robyn-Marie Bohne and I am a senior in the School of Social Welfare's BSW program. This year I am excited to be serving as the Undergraduate Social Welfare Alliance's secretary. I have five years experience in leadership of other clubs and activities, and am passionate about working with the LGBTQ+ community. I look forward to creating opportunities for fellow classmates and myself to provide service, advocacy, and education.


Mackenna Hogan - Treasurer

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Hey everyone! My name is Mackenna Hogan and I am the treasurer of USWA. I am so excited to be a part of such a strong group of USWA e-board members and leaders. I have some experience working with youth, and I am currently a senior BSW candidate. I encourage all BSW students to get involved with USWA this year! Please, do not hesitate to reach out to sbu.uswa@gmail.com with any ideas, questions, or concerns!  We hope to hear from you!

 


 

Your BSW Student Representatives for 2017-2018:

Madalyn Iadanza, (BSW, 2nd year), Senator of the BSW Class; Student Rep for Undergraduate Program Committee and CSWE Assessment Committee
Jack McKillop, (BSW. 2nd year), Student Rep for Undergraduate Program Committee
Stephanie Muller, (BSW, 2nd year), Student Rep for Undergraduate Program Committee
Catherine Dunne, (BSW 1st year), Student Rep for the Undergraduate Program Committee
Samantha Falese, (BSW 1st year), Student Rep for the Enrollment Management & Student Services Committee
Gabriella Mendola, (BSW 1st year), DoIT Student Technology Advisory Board Student Rep and Student Rep for the Field Education Committee
Kenneth Houston, (BSW 2nd year), Student Rep for the Academic Standing Committee