College of Business Administration

Kyle Peters

Kyle Peters

He/Him
Kyle Peters is a third year majoring in Finance with a minor in Economics. Outside of Senate, he is actively involved in PSPAA and the Men’s Track and Field Team, where he throws shot put, discus, and hammer/weight throw. Kyle plans to use this position to encourage sustainable initiatives, support the quality of UWL education, and help advocate for improved infrastructure on campus. He is incredibly eager to represent the CBA, and if you are a constituent with a concern, please feel free to reach out to him! 
 
 
 
Aisling Polley

Aisling Polley

She/Her(s)
 
 
 
Aisling Polley is a fourth-year student majoring in Economics. This is her first year serving as Student Senator and will represent the College of Business Administration. She joined Student Association because she wanted to advocate for social justice and mental health around campus. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, music, and spending time with friends and family. 
Ryan Sperling

Ryan Sperling

He/Him

I am a senior from Trevor, WI studying Economics and Public Administration. I aim to authentically represent the interests of the students of the College of Business Administration during my time in student senate, centering my efforts around sustainability and student rights. Besides senate, I am involved on campus in Students for Sustainability and College Dems. I am passionate about LGBTQ+ rights, environmentalism, voting rights, and transportation policy. In my free time, I enjoy playing piano and spending time outside, whether it's hiking, biking, or snowboarding. I am always happy to hear my peers' concerns, so don't hesitate to reach out to me over email or social media if you need anything. 

College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities 

Jake Johnston

Jake Johnston

He/Him/His
My name is Jake Johnston, I am a junior this year pursuing a major in political science with a minor in Spanish. Here at UWL I am involved in the Student Association as a Senator for the College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities, and I am also the President of our Men's Ultimate Frisbee team here on campus (Shoutout BadLUC)! In my free time I enjoy snowboarding, longboarding, playing ultimate, golfing, tennis, pretty much anything outdoors, videogames when I get the chance, and of course, hanging out with friends. I'm super excited to represent my fellow CASSH students this year in hopes to make sure everyone has an awesome time here on campus, like I have. 
Morgan Hose

Morgan Hose

She/Her(s)
Morgan is a junior double majoring in Political Science and Communication Studies with an emphasis in Public Comm. and Advocacy and a minor in Legal Studies on the Pre-Law track. She is passionate about advocating for the prevention of sexual assault, forming achievable practices to increase awareness of mental health, informing students of their legal rights on and off-campus, as well as connecting the student body as a whole. Outside of Student Association, Morgan serves as the Assistant Editor for The Racquet Press, Secretary of Golden Key International Honour Society, and more. She looks forward to working with students to represent their needs and concerns. 
 
 
 
Jenasea Hameister

Jenasea Hameister

She/Her(s)
Jenasea is currently a sophomore majoring in Public Administration with a minor in Legal Studies. Her plan is to either attend law school or receive her PhD in Public Affairs and work in the public sector or make public policy. She is eager to advocate for students on campus and be an outlet for those students who may feel like their voice is not heard as clearly on campus. She is passionate in women’s rights, environmental sustainability, LGBTQ+ rights, and equality. Jenasea is involved in many organizations on campus while also holding leadership positions, including, Vice President of Communication and Finance in Panhellenic Council and Director of Community Engagement in Alpha Phi Sorority. In her free time she loves to grab coffee with a friend or workout at the Rec. She is so excited to be a CASSH Senator this year! 
 
 
 
Kate Lochner

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. 

College of Science and Health

Carissa Weber

Carissa Weber

She/Her(s)
Carissa is a senior majoring in biochemistry and minoring in mathematics. She is from Portage, Wisconsin and La Crosse was where she dreamt of going to school. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family, working out, hiking, and reading. She hopes to make the UWL campus a better place and represent the needs/concerns of her fellow students in the College of Science and Health. 
 
 
 
Andrew Ericson

Andrew Ericson

He/Him/His
Andrew is a 4th year at UWL, he is pursuing a major in Chemistry: Environmental Science and a minor in Math. This will be his third year being involved in Student Senate. Sustainability is the most important issue to Andrew, something that has been a push factor to get more involved on campus, and has led to his involvement in Student Senate, Students for Sustainability and his role as the Green Fund Coordinator. He is also a captain of the UWL Men's Ultimate Frisbee Club and loves playing Disc Golf. Feel free to reach out for anything sustainability related! 
 
 

Sarah Remiker

She/Her(s)

Sarah Remiker is a first year student from Kenosha, Wisconsin.  She is majoring in Public Health and Community Education on the Pre-Med track. She is also a member of Eta Sigma Gamma and Eta Alpha Phi honoraries.  Outside of class she enjoys yoga, painting, hiking, and traveling.  Sarah is passionate about helping others, especially those living in underserved communities.  

Sarah Fleegal

Sarah Fleegal

She/Her(s)

I am representing the College of Science and Health. I am a third-year student majoring in Microbiology and minoring in Chemistry. I am on the pre-med track and plan to attend medical school after graduation. 

Lizzy Hanstedt

She/Her(s)
Lizzy is a freshman majoring in Biochemistry in hopes to become a physical therapist or neurologist. She is also part of the women's soccer team. In her free time, she likes to hang with friends, cook, and read books. As a senator, she aims to make all students feel included and assure them that any difference they can instigate- whether big or small- will make UWL a more special place. 
 
 
 

Teacher Candidates

Lindsey Strzyzewski

Lindsey Strzyzewski

She/Her(s)

Lindsey Strzyzewski is a Senior and the Senator for the School of Education. Her major is Middle Childhood- Early Adolescents and she has a math minor. She is from Manitowoc Wisconsin and has always had a passion for teaching since entering high school. Some undergraduate experiences include writing and receiving a grant to travel abroad to Japan. Here she was able to research and later present information on the educational system in Japan. She is also the Treasurer for the club Collegiate Middle Level Association which focuses on supporting K-12 students and teachers. Lindsey aspires to teach and eventually move up into administration in the future. In her spare time she enjoys being outside and spending quality time with friends. 

Diversity Organizations

Mariah Stewart

Mariah Stewart

Asian, Latina, African, Native American Womyn
She/Her/Hers/They/Them/Theirs

Mariah Stewart is a fifth-year student majoring in MC-EA Education with a double minor in Mathematics and Art Therapy. She is the Co-Chair and Senator for the Multicultural Student Organization (MSO), ALANA Womxn. Mariah is passionate about bringing forth voices that aren’t usually heard/listened to in our society. She is excited to represent all that ALANA stands for and to make a difference on our campus and within our community. 

Felix Estrella

Felix Estrella

Latin American Student Organization
He/Him/His
My name is Felix Estrella, and I am a senior majoring in computer science. I represent the Latin American Student Organization on campus. In my free time I like to go hiking, watch movies, and spend time with friends. This school year I hope to make the campus a better place and serve the students. 
 
 
 
Ian Carrol

Ian Carrol

Black Student Unity
He/Him/His

My name is Ian Carroll. My pronouns are he/him/his and I’m originally from Milwaukee, WI. I'm a senior this year at UWL and my major is Philosophy with a minor in Biology. I have the pleasure of serving as Senator for BSU (Black Student Unity) and my primary hobby is longboarding.

Meagan Rain

Meagan Rain

Native American Student Association
She/Her(s)
Meagan Rain is a junior from the Milwaukee area. She is studying Political Science and International Relations on the pre-law track. Meagan is very passionate about helping others and making sure that other students' voices are heard in a constructive way. Meagan looks forward to representing Native American student, faculty, and staff on campus and making sure they all get their voices heard.
 
 
 
Pranav Karri

Pranav Karri

Asian Student Organization
He/Him/His
My name is Pranav Karri, I'm a freshman with a computer science major. I'm from Sun Prairie, WI, which is about 10 minutes from Madison. I'm the current senator for the Asian Student Organization (ASO). Some hobbies that I enjoy are playing tennis, playing video games, hanging out with friends, and just listening to music. 
 
 
Cait McReavy

Cait McReavy

Pride Center
She/Her(s)
Cait is a senior studying education with minors in English and Social Justice. She is passionate about creating an equitable campus where all UWL students can thrive.
 
 
 
Yer Xiong

Yer Xiong

Hmong Organization Promoting Education (HOPE)
They/Them/Theirs

My name is Maiv Ntxawm Xyooj, or you can call me by my English name: Yer Xiong. I am a Social Studies Education major with an emphasis on Political Science. I am currently the Senator for the Hmong Organization Promoting Education (HOPE). You can find me mostly in the Office of Multicultural Student Services, or out and about on campus getting my coffee fix; don't be afraid to say hi! 

Moritz Ippisch

Moritz Ippisch

ISO(International Student Organization)
He/Him/His

Moritz is a Junior studying International Business Administration. As an exchange student from the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences he is representing the International Student Organization. Being born in Germany, growing up in a small town in northern Italy, and living a year abroad in Vancouver Canada helped him to shape his international horizon. His leisure time consists of a contrast between having an active sporty lifestyle like mountain-biking, hiking, going for a swim in beautiful lakes to enjoying the small culinary highlights in life when opening a tasty bottle of wine and combining it with a delicious self cooked meal.

Spark Lim

ISO(International Student Organization)

Other

Kat Fitzgerald

Kat Fitzgerald

Athletics
She/Her(s)

My name is Kat Fitzgerald and I use she/her pronouns. I’m a Marketing and Economics major with a minor in Legal Studies. Most of my time is spent playing basketball, spending time with friends and family, and trying different types of foods. I’m very excited to continue representing Athletics in Student Senate and work to bring positive changes to campus. 

Elise Wember

Elise Wember

Fraternity and Sorority Life
She/Her(s)

I am currently a senior at UWL, double majoring in psychology and political science, with a neuroscience minor. While my aspirations for graduate school attain to my neuroscience minor and psych major, I am extremely passionate about equal and civil rights, implementing sustainability, and creating a welcoming and accessible environment for everyone. My goal for being on student association is simply to help make a difference any way I can. Some things I like to do for fun are listening to music, reading, hanging with friends, hiking, and getting coffee of course. 

Cassie Ziegler

Cassie Ziegler

At-Large
She/Her(s)

Cassie Ziegler is a first-year student from Sauk Prairie, WI. She is majoring in Public Administration with a minor in Communications Studies. In her free time, she enjoys surfing Pinterest, writing and hanging out with friends. She is very excited to be part of the Student Association to make a positive difference at UWL for all students. 

Anastasia Grochowski

Anastasia Grochowski

First-Year
She/her(s)

My name is Anastasia Grochowski, and I am a freshman pursuing a major in Biology and a minor in Communications on a Pre-Physician Assistant track. This year I am honored to be serving as a First-Year Senator! I am particularly passionate about improving access to mental health resources, promoting LGBTQ+ rights, and increasing inclusivity and camaraderie on campus. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, hammocking, thrifting, playing volleyball, and working out in the Rec.  I am so excited to be representing first-year students - please do not hesitate to contact me with comments or concerns!

MacKenzie Caya

MacKenzie Caya

First-Year
She/Her(s)

MacKenzie is a freshman majoring in biochemistry and biology: biomedical sciences and minoring in psychology. She is on the pre-medicine track and plans to attend medical school after graduation. She is originally from La Crosse, WI and in her free time she likes to hike, hang out with friends, get coffee, and play with her dogs. She’s excited to be involved in the Student Senate and help make a difference at UWL so students can feel more welcome and at home.