Elected by their peers, Tyler Fuller ’18 and Brianna Moore ’18 have been named junior Student Trustees for the next academic year. As student leaders active in multiple facets of campus life, the duo will bring an encompassing representation of the student body to the Board of Trustees in governing the Colleges’ policies, financial health and overall welfare.
Each spring, students vote one rising junior from each college to serve as a non-voting member of the Board during their junior year. After acquainting themselves with the practices and issues of the Colleges, student Trustees become voting members of the Board during their senior year. Fuller and Moore will succeed current junior Student Trustees Sydney Gomez ’17 and Zachary Grattan ’17.
Fuller, a biochemistry and Spanish and Hispanic studies double major, is excited to represent the student body. “By the end of my term I want everyone on this campus to feel like he or she has a voice representing them,” he says. “HWS means so much to me and I can’t wait to better it.”
On campus, Fuller is president of the College Republicans, a prospective student host, and an Orientation Mentor. He is training for the HWS EMS team and involved with WHWS Radio and the Hobart club basketball team.
Moore, a biology major, plans to use her campus involvement as a way to “hear out all students.” Each of her engagements, she says, gives her a different perspective of campus. Moore is treasurer of the Campus Activities Board, a Residential Assistant, an Alcohol and Other Drugs Assistant, member of the William Smith Judicial Board and the Concert Advisory Committee, and a student worker for Campus Safety and Bristol Field House.
“I hope to build a strong relationship with the Board so we are able to address issues from an even standpoint and find ways for the resolution to benefit both sides,” she says.