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Name: Heather Brown

Senator Since: Spring of 2008

Major and Year of Graduation: Criminal Justice: Investigative Services & 2010

Why did you become a USGA Senator?: I wanted the opportunity to represent my fellow students. I have been a part of the USGA since my freshman year and I saw the great things that can be accomplished through being a Senator. I wanted to be a part of that.

What have you done so far as a Senator?: Last year I served on the Budget and Points Committees. This year I am again serving on these two committees as well as the Community Relations Committee and the Residential Relations Committee. I am currently the chair of the Residential Relations Committee. I also help out with many of the USGA sponsored events.

What would you like seen done at USGA or at UNH?: I would like to see the continued success of the USGA. The organization does many great things for the students, but there is always the potential to do more. I would like there to be more communication between the university and the students. While renovation and new landscaping is great, the students are the ones who must live with it. A greater level of input from students would be a good thing.

Is there anything you would like to tell the student body?: I am here for you. Please do not hesitate to contact me or any other member of the USGA if you have suggestions, issues you would like to see addressed, any questions about the USGA, or just want to say hello!

How can students get in touch with you?: I am available through e-mail at either hbrow2@newhaven.edu or usgaresidential@newhaven.edu. My contact information can also be found at www.chargervoice.com. I am also available during my office hour every Tuesday from 12:15 to 1:15 in the USGA office on the third floor of Bartels.

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