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Maya Quijada, a sophomore international affairs and political science major, ran unopposed for comptroller and was elected.
Quijada said SGA members have a great opportunity to give the finance board a face.
“If I can accomplish one thing in this next year, that would be to educate people,” she said.
Current Vice President for Student Services Timothy LePage called Quijada “determined” and spoke in favor of her election, while Vice President for Academic Affairs Josh Coombes spoke against her.
“We’ve had a very interesting comptroller this year, and Maya is not quite as interesting,” Coombes said.
Tina Lopez ran unopposed for vice president of academic affairs and was elected.
Neel Bhadra and Nicole Daly ran for vice president of student affairs, and Daly won the election.
Kate Chandley, and international affairs and political science major, ran for vice president of student involvement unopposed and said she aims to increase school spirit by involving student organizations in sporting events.
Chief of Staff Terry MacCormack ran against Mary Corrado for vice president of student services.
Corrado introduced herself as a Giants fan who is allergic to nuts and joined SGA because her crush was involved with the association.
MacCormack was elected.
MacCormack, a sophomore political science and history major, previously ran for executive vice president in direct elections, but lost to Nick Naraghi last week.
The newly elected officers take their positions at the start of the summer two session at the beginning of July. The final board member, executive director of communications, is selected by the incoming executive vice president, Naraghi, and confirmed by the senate.
The new chief of staff will be chosen by the incoming president, Peter Petrin, and confirmed by the executive board and the senate.
In an email to The News, Pett said the senate confirmation hearings will most likely take place at the first meeting during the summer I session.
Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated Patten’s major.