Jared Zwettler (he/him/his)

Jared Zwettler Headshot
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Jared Zwettler is a third-year student studying political science with minors in public administration and statistics. Previously, Jared served as a Senator for the College of Science and Health for the 2020-21 academic year. In his time on the Student Senate, Jared created the COVID-19 Policy Research Committee which was charged with investigating student understanding of administrative policies with respect to COVID-19. Additionally, he chaired the Academic Initiatives Differential Allocation Committee which distributes over $1.3 million to campus entities supporting advising, diversity, internationalization, and research. During this year, Jared would like to improve budget transparency within Student Association, help students better understand their student bills, and amplify student voices within the budget process at the university level. Additionally, he will also be working closely with the administration to ensure a smooth transition back to a more normal academic environment.

 Vice President

 K.C. Cayo (they/them/theirs)

K.C. Cayo Headshot
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K.C. is a senior double majoring in English with an emphasis on writing & rhetoric and Political Science, with a minor in Social Justice Studies. This will be their fourth year as a part of Student Senate; over the last three years they have held senator positions representing First Years, the College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities (CASSH), and the Pride Center. They have held executive positions in two separate budgetary committees, the Segregated University Fee Allocation Committee (SUFAC) and the Academic Initiative Differential Allocation Committee (AIDAC), as well as serving on the Diversity Organization Coalition, the Title IX Advisory Board, and the Undergraduate Curriculum team. They were also the chair of NextGen UWL, helping to organize students around issues that matter to them. Photo taken by Aaron Ickler.

Director of Staff

Kate Lochner (she/her(s))

My name is Kate and I use she/her/hers pronouns. I am from Phillips, WI, which is a small town of about 1,600 people located in northcentral Wisconsin. I am majoring in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Public Communication and Advocacy, and I am minoring in Biology and Social Justice. I am passionate about mental health resource accessibility and creating a more sustainable and inclusive campus. Outside of Student Association, I work as a Peer Tutor at the Public Speaking Center, and I am also a member of the UWL Vanguard Organization. In my free time, I enjoy hiking and traveling. I am looking forward to representing the College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities.