SGA Leaders

Student Government Association election results are in! Check out the 2021-22 SGA leaders at Concordia University Ann Arbor.

CUAA’s 2021-22 SGA Leaders

Anna Leeper (’22)



“I am very excited to be able to serve this campus and the student body in the role of president. I am most excited to see what ways God will use this group to provide for the needs and desires of the students on this campus.”

Hannah Coomer (’22)


Parish Music

“I love working with people, being involved with the student body and sharing God’s love to Concordia! Go, Cards, and God’s Blessings!”

Hali Madden (’22)

Chief Communications Officer

Parish Music

“I am eager to join SGA at Concordia so that I can help provide opportunities for fellow students to become engaged with our campus community. The great thing about having a small campus is that there are many opportunities for fellowship and unity and I am excited to be a part of them and communicate them with the student body.”

SGA LeadersKatrina Miller (’23)

Residential Senator

Parish Music

“I’m excited to help in creating an environment that fosters growth while also giving opportunities to build relationships among fellow students and to make a difference in the lives of all of our campus community.”

McKinley Schmitz (’23)

Residential Senator

Business Management

“I am excited to bring changes to campus that students want and to better Concordia for everyone.”

David Smalls (’24)

Residential Senator

Justice & Public Policy, Paralegal Studies

“I am eager to serve in SGA because this gives me the opportunity to work with others who are passionate about change on campus and allows me to contribute to an enjoyable life on campus for my peers.”

SGA LeadersAlexander Arda Cetinel (’23)

Commuter Senator

Psychology, Computer Science

“I am super grateful for being selected for Student Government, I am so excited to be able to make a positive difference for this amazing university!”

Bre Sheridan (’22)

Commuter Senator

Elementary Education 

“I am excited to serve in Student Government because I want to be a part of making a difference in this school and serve as a line of communication for my fellow students.”

Campus Life at CUAA

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