Student Government has the potential to be the key facilitator of growth and leadership development at Liberty. But even more than that, SGA has the power to represent every single student on campus—something that it hasn’t done in the past.
We believe it’s time SGA took ownership of that potential. We believe it’s time SGA facilitated a conversation that matters. A conversation about our role. A conversation about us. All of us.
Caleb is an economics and finance student in his third year at Liberty. Caleb, born and raised in Tampa, Florida, is the oldest of five brothers, citing his role as the oldest sibling as his first and most important leadership position.
Caleb is an economics and finance student in his third year at Liberty. Caleb, born and raised in Tampa, Florida, is the oldest of five brothers, citing his role as the oldest sibling as his first and most important leadership position. Caleb is passionate about leadership development, dedicating his time and energy to encouraging other students as Speaker of the House of Delegates in SGA and as an Assistant Coach for the Men’s Division 3 Ice Hockey team at the university. A self-proclaimed idealist, Caleb longs to see people make the most of their potential, striving to create an environment where anyone, regardless of background, can turn a vision into a reality.Close Bio
Esther is a Sophomore, pursuing a degree in communications and digital marketing and advertising. She was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo but moved to Kenya when she was young.
Esther is a Sophomore, pursuing a degree in communications and digital marketing and advertising. She was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo but moved to Kenya when she was young. Esther and her family came to the United States as refugees, settling in Medford, Wisconsin when Esther was six. Esther expresses her love for people and her desire for widespread cultural inclusivity through ministering to fellow immigrants with her family and volunteering at the center for multicultural enrichment at Liberty. Esther currently serves as the Manager of Club Affairs in the executive cabinet of Student Government, working to empower her fellow students to impact Liberty, Lynchburg and beyond.Close Bio
SGA is the organization charged with representing the student body to the university administration, the community and the world. SGA oversees university clubs and student organizations and presents proposals for change to the Office of Student Affairs. Our platform is built around using Student Government not to speak for students, but to allow students to speak for themselves.
Clubs are an important aspect of the academic experience. We’re pursuing effective promotions, expedited funding and consistent feedback to make their lives easier.
We’re striving to initiate a healing conversation between the residents of Lynchburg and the students of Liberty. We believe that starts with relationship building and social responsibility.
We believe SGA should use its resources to facilitate productive dialogue and reach more students. We plan to host events designed to bring people together.
“For me, this campaign isn't about passing bills to get rid of room checks or improve meal plans; it's so much bigger than that. It's about mending our testimony as Christians to the world, speaking up for who we are as a student body - centered and rooted in Christ.”
“To me, this campaign is an opportunity for Liberty students to create a movement built on the issues that matter to us. A chance to speak up for diverse backgrounds and diverse thought. When varying ideas are brought to the table, great things can be accomplished for our students and institution.”
“As an international student, I try my best to overcome the language and cultural barrier to adapt to life in the U.S. and prove my capability. It means a lot that there are people that genuinely care about the voice of international students. I more attached to the LU community thanks to these two amazing people.”
“I’m extremely passionate about this campaign, and about our school. This campaign means moving our school and its students towards being the best that it can be, as well as strengthening the relationship between our school and the city of Lynchburg. Liberty has sat on the sidelines for too long.”
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