The Senior Class Council strives to keep all seniors informed about all graduation requirements and deadlines. The Senior Class Council fund raises for the Class Gift and provides programming to build community and pride for the graduating year.
Vice President: Kaitlin Price
Kaitlin is from Naples, Florida, double majoring in Political Science and International Affairs whilst pursuing a certificate in Leadership Studies. As a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, a National Panhellenic Council sorority, Kaitlin serves as the Vice President of Standards to ensure the health, happiness and safety of chapter members. Kaitlin is an advocate for those on the Autism Spectrum due to her personal connection from having a brother diagnosed on the spectrum, and is passionate about pursuing the inclusion of these individuals on campus as the President of Autism Speaks U. Kaitlin is a school-based volunteer with the Big Brothers Big Sister mentorship program, fostering the development of elementary students academically and socially. These involvements combined, help to foster Kaitlin’s passions of pursuing a career in legal advocacy for disenfranchised groups socially, environmentally and/or politically.
Treasurer: Chloe Harden
Chloe is from Lamont, Florida majoring in Media/Communication Studies with a minor in Editing, Writing and Media. Chloe transferred from Tallahassee Community College in the Spring of 2018. During her time at TCC, Chloe was involved in the Student Government Association as the Senator of Communications & Humanities. Since transferring to FSU, Chloe has been involved with Lady Spirithunters, the Student Government Association, FSU Homecoming Spirit Force, and The Big Event. During her junior year at FSU, Chloe began developing her future career by becoming involved in Seminole Showcase, a student led news production. Chloe also serves as a House Manager for the Southern Scholarship Foundation, where she oversees a house for 30 other women, which has helped her learn the importance of community. These involvements, combined with her want to connect people through media, have helped Chloe’s drive to pursue a career in the news industry as a multi-media journalist.
Secretary: Manuella Ribas Andrade
Manuella is from Curitiba, Parana, in Brazil majoring in Exercise Physiology on pre-med track. After her time at Florida State, Manuella aspires to attend medical school and become a neurosurgeon. She has interned in the research department in neurosurgery at Baptist Medical Center and will be interning at the neurodegenerative disease research department at Mayo Clinic next summer. Manuella is a sprinter in the FSU swimming and diving team, and currently serves as the Student-Athlete Advisory Council Vice President for Community Service and Outreach, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Vice President, and SAAC liaison for Seminole Student Boosters. As an International student-athlete, Manuella has been passionate about representing and connecting segregated areas of campus and she hopes to continue to advocate for a greater sense of community among all Florida State students.
Shane Reilly - Member at Large (Public Relations)
Michael Hazan - Member at Large (Outreach)
Michael is from Coral Springs, Florida and is majoring in Creative Writing with a minor in Communications. Throughout Michael's time at FSU, he has primarily been involved with New Student & Family Programs, University Housing, Dance Marathon at FSU, and FSU Homecoming. From working with these organizations, Michael has developed a passion for supporting others and strengthening the feeling of community around campus. After graduating from FSU, Michael is planning to pursue a Master's Degree in Higher Education in Student Affairs!
Marie Price - Member at Large (Programming)
Marie is from Jacksonville, Florida and is a Political Science major with minors in French and Communications. She is involved at Florida State with College Young Life, FSU Homecoming, Women in Pre-Law Society, and The Big Event. She is also a volunteer Wyldlife leader at Swift Creek Middle School in Tallahassee. Marie has a strong interest in politics and government affairs and worked in State Representative and House Appropriations Chair Travis Cummings’ office during the 2019 Legislative Session. She hopes to combine her passion for law and politics by attending law school in the near future!