- Vice President
Please provide in one to two paragraphs an issue that you think should be changed or improved on
The UNO campus is one of the most inclusive and diverse campuses I have ever seen. trying to bring everybody together and under one umbrella (UNO) with the same goal of succeeding and serving UNO and the Omaha community will be my focus. I have been part of Sustain Dialogue and we worked together on how to make UNO a more welcoming campus for everybody and that will be my goal to accomplish for next year.
Please describe in one to two paragraphs what makes you qualified to sit on Student Government.
I have been at UNO for few years now and I try my best to be as much involved as I can. I have served in variety of student organizations and clubs. I held three positions in the Saudi Student Association for the past three years and in Feb 2015 I became the first female president to be ever elected and will be continuing that this year until a new group decides to run. I was the secretary of the Criminal Justice Club on 2014. I have been part of Sustain Dialogue team at UNO and have been trained by the program directors from DC to become a moderator in 2015 and learned how to obtain a leadership role and transform conflictual situations. I also got selected to represent the UNO moderators team in their 2015 annual national conference in Alabama State. I am serving as CPACS senator in the 2016-17 UNO’s Student Government. I also, have been nominated to join the UNO’s Student Inclusion Council (UNOSIC) with Dr. Dan Ship. Also have been selected by my advisor and department chair to be on a “Diversity Dialogue” with the office of the dean of CPACS college and meet with the diversity committee. Being both an American and a Saudi Student gave me a unique background and adds a lot to my experience and knowledge and that would definitely mean I am the best candidate to better represent the huge body population of international Students at UNO, speak on their behalf along with their fellow American students, and making sure every voice is heard.
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