Do you have questions about SGA or want to learn how you can become part of this impactful student organization? Feel free to contact one of our executive team members.
President: Ally Feiner
Ally Feiner, a junior, is a Political Science and Criminal Justice double major from Mitchell, S.D. Ally is involved in a number of areas on campus. She is the events and fundraising co-chair for Dakotathon, VP of membership and programming at Alpha Phi, and an Arts & Sciences Ambassador. She was elected after serving one term as an at-large senator, as well as another term as an Arts & Sciences senator where she chaired the Internal Review Committee. Within her term, she hopes to create a more transparent and approachable student government to students.
Vice President: Katie Brust
Katie Brust, a senior, double majors in Graphic Design and Biology. She was elected after serving as Director of Communications, and a Senator for the College of Arts & Sciences. She enjoys working as an independent artist, an Honors Resident Assistant within Housing, and Research Assistant within the Biology Department, while being a part of several organizations on campus, including Kappa Alpha Theta, Honors Association, and a USCSA national rep for alpine skiing.
Director of Communications: Addison Miller
Addison Miller is a junior Political Science major, with minors in Business Administration and Nonprofit Studies. He was nominated after having served one year on the SGA Senate, and after being twice elected. Addison spends his time in a number of roles. He works as a resident assistant in Burgess/Norton, is the director of the Get Out the Yote initiative, the Vice President of the Political Science League, the Eastern Regional Director of the College Democrats of South Dakota, the National Committeeman of the Young Democrats of South Dakota, and more. Also, he's a self-described "MarioKart fanatic."
Director of Finance: Logan Johnson
Logan Johnson, a senior, majors in Business Administration with a minor in Legal Studies in Business (with Honors). He served two terms as an at-large senator. Outside of SGA Logan serves as a Dean's Ambassador for the Beacom School of Business. He serves as the Director of Recruitment for the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and Sponsorship Chairman for Dakotathon. Logan has also interned at Weisser Distributing for the last 4 years in accounting, sales, and purchasing.
Director of Operations: Paige Schroeder
Paige Schroeder, a senior, double majors in Political Science and Philosophy with a minor in Nonprofit Studies. On campus Paige is currently a research assistant for the Political Science Department. She has previously served as an at-large senator for SGA and was a part of the Mock Trial team last year. Off campus, Paige has interned for the South Dakota Legislature and a social justice based program called Micah Corps.
College of Arts & Sciences
- Abigail Johnson
- Brianna Serrett
- Carter Linke
- Keandra Rhead
- Miranda Schulte
- Trenton Hoekstra
- Beacom School of Business
- School of Law
- At-Large Student Body Representatives
- Phil Adam
- Rachel Beare
- Braden Bury
- Hannah Chadwell
- Ryan Conover
- Katherine Conzet
- Grace DuVall
- Tallon Everson
- Dillon Grubb
- Tabitha Hunt
- Daxton Keagan
- Max Mickelson
- Emily Olson
- Rachel Overstreet
- Cole Pry
- Caleb Swanson
- Caleb Weiland
Reagan Kolberg, Reagan.Kolberg@coyotes.usd.edu.
The Finance Committee recommends action to the full senate on all SGA special appropriations - money appropriated after the spring budget process. The committee also recommends approval or disapproval of requested reallocation of funds within student organization accounts.
Caleb Weiland, Caleb.Weiland@coyotes.usd.edu.
The Government Affairs committee is responsible for building community and university relations, maintaining contact with alumni, communicating with the South Dakota Student Federation, and handling issues related to Board of Regents meetings.
Carter Linke, Carter.Linke@coyotes.usd.edu.
The Student Affairs Committee is responsible for ensuring the effectiveness and efficiency of student services, maintaining positive relationships between SGA and the Office of Student Life, reviewing student organization constitutions, and working with student organizations to gain recognition and funding.
Miranda Schulte, Miranda.Schulte@coyotes.usd.edu
The Internal Review Committee is responsible for identifying and communicating student concerns to the student judicial process, reviewing all amendments to the constitution and bylaws, and holding our members accountable.