Voting will be held Friday, March 27th at 12:00pm in L6
Vote for your 2015 SACA Executive Board!
We encourage you to read the candidates' bios prior to voting; they are provided for you at the bottom of this page. Please remember that floor nominations will also be accepted on Friday, March 27th just prior to the election process.
If you are unable to be present at the election, please send your vote to the following email address by March 27th at 11:00AM : firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates for President
Carlee has been involved in NWHSU SACA for the last year holding the current position as treasurer. Her interest in the group sparked following the NCLC trip in February 2014. Since then she has taken on multiple projects including fundraising efforts and on campus speakers. She has also attended many events with the group including the leadership conference in Roanoke, Virginia last September and NCLC last month.
In the coming year Carlee is hoping to be elected as president, and is looking forward to bringing even more excitement to campus in regards to the advancement of the chiropractic profession and the working of the ACA. She has taken notes throughout her time on the SACA E-board and is looking forward to putting these ideas into action over the coming year if elected.
She would appreciate you're support in the continuous advancement of the NWHSU SACA chapter.
Becky's interest in SACA at Northwestern started right away as a T1. As a T2, she was elected Legislative Representative for NWHSU SACA after attending the 2014 National Chiropractic Legislative Conference (NCLC) in Washington, DC. As Legislative Representative, Becky has made significant contributions to SACA at the chapter and national levels. After attending NCLC 2015 in February, she was appointed Chair of the Political Action Committee for the SACA National Executive Board (SNEB). Though Becky's previous work-life experience in politics and government affairs has guided much of her involvement thus far, her passion and enthusiasm for the organization are much broader. Her propensity for innovation, engagement and growth makes her well-suited for this role. Becky would greatly appreciate your support for the position of President. She is looking forward to the opportunity to work with the NWHSU SACA Executive Board and members to raise awareness, develop leaders, and foster unity on campus and within the chiropractic profession. Thank you!
Candidates for Vice President
Celia was first introduced to SACA as a T1 student, when she attended her first NCLC. After this trip, her passion for the organization continued to grow and she wanted to become more involved. In September of 2014, Celia had the privilege of traveling to Roanoake, VA for the annual SACA Leadership Conference; her excitement was ignited even more and she had a strong desire to take on a leadership role. This past November, Celia was able to fill a vacant position on the SACA Executive Board as she became the new Public Relations Representaive. She has enjoyed promoting on-campus events, as well as keeping the Northwestern community updated via social media during the most recent NCLC in February.
Transitioning to the upcoming year, Celia has the goal of taking her leadership to the next level by serving as the Vice President of the NWHSU SACA chapter. She has experience leading small and large teams, as she previously worked as a resident advisor and assistant residence hall coordinator during her undergraduate education.
Celia is a strong leader that serves with integrity, confidence, and passion. She greatly appreciates your support in this election, and the upcoming year of positive growth for SACA and the chiropractic profession.
Candidates for Treasurer
Candidates for Secretary
My name is Andrea Ohmann and I am a T1 interested in running for the secretary position. In high school I found my niche in student organizations. I was chapter president for two years for two different organizations; HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) and FCCLA-HERO (Family, Career, Community Leaders of America- Home Economics Related Occupations). During my terms as Chapter President for FCCLA-HERO I was able to get our chapter recognized on the national level when I became the Minnesota FCCLA-HERO State President. I received the great pleasure of performing the opening speech for our Fall Delegate Assembly (which is equivalent to a mini- NCLC). I was inspired by NCLC to pursue a SACA executive board member position. I am excited for the opportunity to network with amazing mentors and colleagues and potentially run for higher positions in the following years.
Stromme for SACA Secretary!!!
Danielle Stromme is currently a T4 and has recently become more involved in SACA this last year. She attended NCLC as a T1 and again this past February. Danielle participated in SACA’s Got Talent at NCLC and was able to meet many students from other schools across the Nation. Danielle has been attending NWHSU’s weekly SACA meetings and has many qualities that would benefit this chapter such as her high energy, enthusiasm for Chiropractic, organization, ideation, and professionalism. She as a creative eye for planning events and believes she could contribute her ideas to help foster the organization and get students involved with promoting our rewarding profession! Growth of this organization is her primary goal.
Vote Danielle as NWHSU’s SACA Secretary. She’s here to serve YOU!
Candidates for Legislative Representative
My name is Jordan Stein, a T4 Chiro student, and I am interested in running for the legislative rep position. I truly became interested in this position after my trip to NCLC this year. I made numerous connections and had many wonderful experiences. I would like to be able to help coordinate NCLC next year, so more students are able to have the same great experience as me. I trust that I am adequately suited for this position due to my past leadership positions in undergrad including president of my sorority and vice president of College Mentors for Kids.