Board of Leaders

The Board of Leaders are responsible for planning and coordinating many SSS activities such as the Ice Cream Social, the Senior Advice Night and First-Year events. In addition to these tasks, the Board of Leaders will promote leadership and campus activity within the SSS community. The Board of Leaders will expand and strengthen the relationship between SSS with the broader St. Olaf community establishing a voice that will be very important for our program.

In attaining this goal, the 12 members serve on committees that help SSS collaborate with various offices on campus.¬† Currently, there are 4 committees: Mentoring Committee, Public Relations Committee, Alliance Committee, and Executive Committee. Each committee has specific goals and through collaboration with one another, they will ensure the success of the board in reaching its goal. Each committee reports every week with an update at the Board of Leaders’ weekly meeting on Mondays from 3:15 pm-4:15 pm in Tomson Hall 108.

All SSS students can come to the Board of Leader meetings. We welcome your ideas and we would love to have you join us. Please contact Sophia McComb, Paula Sannes, or a Board member if you would like to learn more about the SSS Board of Leaders.

2021-2022 SSS Board of Leaders

Class of 2022
Arroyo Garcia Torres, Daisy Torres, Mai Xee Vang, and Jose Villalpando





Class of 2023
Jenny Camacho, Jose Pantoja, and Selena Rodriguez





Class of 2024
Andrea Arellano, Marina Garduza-Ortega, Michel Gonzalez Hernandez, Brent Sykes, and Laichia Vang




Responsibilities of a Board of Leader:

  • Serve as a positive role model for all SSS students
  • Plan and coordinate SSS activities throughout the academic school year such as: Social Events, Cultural Events, Information Sessions, Class Activities, and Alumni Events
  • Attend weekly Board of Leader Meetings
  • Work in the SSS office
  • Attend training during Week One, attend the Board of Leader Retreat, and mandatory SSS events (to be determined by SSS staff) throughout the academic year
  • Serve on one of the four¬†committees and provide a report at the weekly meeting