The Candidates

SGB elections are coming up! Click on each of the candidate's photos to learn more about the individual.


Click here to view the 2019 Voter's Guide.


For more information on the Slates' endorsements and finances, please click on the links below:
Endorsements
Campaign Finances

Elections Code Infractions:

19Forward

There are over 19,000 undergraduate students who call the University of Pittsburgh home. Our goal is to make sure we can all feel the impact of the Student Government Board—whether it’s through events, improvements on campus, or a larger stake in the government itself. The year is 2019, and this campus is ready to move forward.

We can only progress with an empowered student body. There are too many young people on this campus who don’t know what SGB is, and even more who can’t feel its benefit. We aim to expand our impact through data driven solutions like polling, more targeted and expansive outreach in our programming, and clear lines of communication between students, student organizations, and student government. All too often, our board is not representative of our campus. Past boards have almost entirely excluded underclassmen in their content: our youth is our strength. We can’t do this alone, nor do we want to. In this 2019 election, will you help us move Pitt forward?

(Pictured left to right)
Sean Steinle (Board Candidate), Lynn Dang (Board Candidate), Cedric Humphrey (Board Candidate)







Facebook
Instagram
Twitter

Aman Reddy (Board Candidate)



Frontier

At multiple points in Pitt's history, the university has been on the frontier of breakthrough discoveries and groundbreaking research. It is now the time for us to be on the frontier of the student experience. Not only acknowledging our diversity but actively working to be as inclusive and understanding as possible. Creating opportunities and pathways to success for those who may not have had the most privileged upbringing. Most importantly, the realization from every leader and administrator from the top down, that we are humans first and students second.

Our goal is to combine returning experience with new insight to ensure that the student government board works with the university to be as available and visible to everyone in their need or at least can direct them to the proper resources effectively.

(Pictured left to right)
Albert Tanjaya (Presidential Candidate), Victoria Tappan (Board Candidate), Eric Macadangdang (Board Candidate), Anaïs Peterson (Board Candidate)








Facebook
Instagram
Website

Impact

The University of Pittsburgh molds us into the individuals that we will become. It is here that we learn our shared sense of community, hard work, and determination to succeed. It is here that we grow into the individuals that we will become. In order for you to impact our world, your university must impact you. We want to make an impact on you. We’ll do that by making it easier for students to communicate to us what’s affecting them, allowing us to better represent you. At the current moment, we as students aren’t able to control our rent nearly as much as we should. With a tenant union we as students would be able to take back control, and demand more out of our landlords than we currently have. We want to nurture the success of all Pitt students regardless of the great challenges that they may face. Food insecurity affects many students’ choice of meal plan entering their first and second years. Meals should always be accessible to students, and it is our job to erase the stigma of food insecurity. It is clear that there are many challenges facing the Pitt Community. From food insecurity to issues with off-campus housing, and from good Samaritan policies at the university to making our campus a safer place and filling in the gaps that exist in our mental health services. These challenges can be met, but not without you and a dedicated board. Vote Impact to have an impact!

(Pictured left to right)
Zechariah Brown (Presidential Candidate), Caroline Unger (Board Candidate), Scott Glaser (Board Candidate), Ashima Agarwal (Board Candidate)







Facebook
Instagram
Website