By Wesley Anderson// Web Editor
Dorie Williams, Vice President of the Student Government Association, stepped down from her position earlier this month. She made the decision after accepting a job that would leave her little time for the responsibilities of the SGA.
“Usually the President takes over if there is no Vice President before the next SGA meeting, but we are going to have another Vice President,” says Jesse Versage, President of the SGA.
The SGA has already made arrangements for a replacement Vice President, but they could not release a name as of yet.
Though it was a hard decision, Dorie said that the amount of recruiting made it easier for her to leave and for the SGA to find a replacement in a short time. She went on to say that the concept of commitment is very important and for those interested in the SGA that it was a great opportunity and looks good on a resume.
“I’m happy for her, and I would have done the same thing,” said Versage when asked if he had anything to say to the former Vice President.
There are currently two open positions for the SGA, Attorney General and Treasurer. Students can stop by the SGA office in the Wood Campus Center to get more information on how to apply.
“We would love your participation, put in an application you get paid for it,” said Versage when asked if he had any words for the student body.