Lindenlink| Lindenlink Staff
Read the bios below for more information on the candidates running for the president and vice president of LSGA.
Voting is March 4-8 and is open to any student by logging onto the student portal.
Hello, my name is Samantha McCord. Originally from Tampa, Florida, I came to Lindenwood to study Art History and French. The fall of my freshman year I was initiated into Delta Zeta, a social sorority on campus, where I immediately began serving as the LSGA organization representative. I remained in this position for three semesters before becoming the Executive Board Treasurer last Spring and the Vice President of the Student Body last Fall. Lindenwood Student Government Association has been one of the sole consistencies in my college career. Next year I hope to serve you as Student Body President and live out our mission statement: “amplifying [your] voice on campus, upholding the standards set by administration, and providing campus leaders with the tools needed to build a thriving campus culture.”
My name is Jordan Pfeifer, and I want to be YOUR next Lindenwood Student Government Association President. After spending two semesters as Delta Tau Delta’s LSGA representative, I noticed that there are a lot of changes needing to be made to the operational procedures of the LSGA. I believe, with my extensive background in leadership, student government, executive office, and acquired organizational knowledge, I can help propel LU’s collegiate student council to where it should be: an effective and efficient voting body of enthusiastic revolutionaries deeply rooted in parliamentary procedure and LU Pride. Help me help you by helping Lindenwood help you. Thank you.
I am an ambitious individual that wants to bring about positive change for the Lindenwood Student Community. I think there is a lot of great students here and they deserve the best possible time in college. I have experience with coordinating projects and managing resources to get the most out of any given amount of time and money through the businesses that I’ve started. I am an active member of the Lindenwood Community (Chess Team, Business Club, and others) & St. Charles Community. It would be an honor if I was put into a position where I could help the students here.
My name is Nikki Napolitano and I would be honored to be Vice President for Lindenwood Student Government Association. I am currently a Junior majoring in Marketing. Over the past years, I have held various leadership positions on campus. Some of these include; Freshman Senator, LSGA Treasurer, and Membership Recruitment Director of Tri Sigma. Through these opportunities, I have gained skills and traits such as time management, conflict resolution, and public speaking. Because of these wonderful experiences, I believe that that I am a qualified candidate for the position. As Vice President of LSGA I would promote leadership, help voice student opinions, and effectively represent the students of Lindenwood University.
Below is the list of all candidates running for various positions:
Criscione, Nicholas Scott