SGA-C Executive Board 2018
Below are the members of the SGA-C Executive Board! If you’d like to email them, simply visit the Contact Us Page to send them a message!
Lizzie Rosen – Hey all! My name is Lizzie, and I am thrilled to be your humble President for the 2018-2019 academic year! I was born and raised in New York City, went to Lehigh University and came right back to NYC to work. I am in the SGU August 2015 class, applying into Internal Medicine with the long term goal of Critical Care, and am doing all my clinical rotations in the greater New York City area. I am always putting in my 100% and wish to continue the amazing work our previous exec boards have done for us by staying organized, communicating, and remaining an activist for the student body. A little fun fact – I am a semi-professional hip-hop dancer, and always down for a good class or some old fashioned boogie!
VP of Communications
Steven Jae Won Han – Hello, my name is Steven Jae Won Han, and I am your Vice President of Communications at your service! I was born and raised in New York, particularly in the Queens/Long Island area. My time at St. George’s University has been an amazing experience, and I have fallen in love with our school. With this heart, I am committed to be a positive agent of change for our student body experience by becoming a part of the SGA-C E-board. Though clinical years can be very challenging – on top of having to juggle residency applications, we, the SGA-C E-board, will do our best to make these years smooth, fun and productive for all of you. Do not hesitate to message us! Lastly, a hobby that I must share is the fact that I am an Escape the Room enthusiast! If you have never tried, or if you are a fellow enthusiast, hit me up; let’s break room records!
VP of External Affairs
Ana Collins – Hey y’all, my name is Ana Collins and I will be your VP of External Affairs. I was born and raised in Denver, CO. I attended Louisiana State University and received a Bachelors of Engineering in 2015. Geaux Tigers! I recently completed my 3rd year core rotations at Mercy St. Vincent in Toledo, OH. Currently, I am traveling for 4th year audition rotations, with intentions to apply to OB/GYN and family medicine programs. I am looking forward to getting to meet many of you during my travels across the US and the events held by SGU SGA. If y’all have any event ideas, questions about Mercy, questions about out-of-network rotations, or anything at all, don’t hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Jon Lagnese – I am the VP of Finance. I have been in SGA since my first semester of Basic Science and was VP of Finance in Grenada. I am from Freeport, NY & applying to Internal Medicine programs. I look forward continuing to help clinical students & excited about being on the executive board!
VP of New Jersey
Nicolette “Coley” Stelter – I am from Tampa, FL and went to the University of Florida (Go Gata!) and majored in microbio and minored in disabilities studies. I am SGU August class 2015 and am planning to go into OBGYN and fellow in REI or MFM. I am doing my clinicals in NJ and NY and am excited to represent NJ for SGA.
VP of New York
Aaron Duoen – Welcome to the roller coaster of third year from the 1st day on the words to traveling so where for step 2CS. We are all here to help you through it. I am a trini, born and grew up in Trinidad a true island boy. I am alway open to helping people or answering questions. Did most of my rotations in Brooklyn especially Coney Island. I am applying for Internal medicine . I am very outgoing in New York so you may see me at sometime. You may know me from DES anatomy or physiology or just from Grenada. If your reading this and worried about anything with clinicals i know how you feel i was lost at the beginning too. SGA is here to assist you to make the transition or even to assist 4th years who may be finishing.
VP of Midwest and South
Jefrina Zaman – Welcome to Clinical Years!! It will be the best of times and the worst of times, but with the help of our amazing SGU community you will survive! I will be serving as VP of Midwest and South and together we can pave the way for future classes to have a better experience! I look forward to working with y’all!
VP of West Coast
Sean Brachvogel – Hello and welcome to clinicals! Congratulations, in some ways the hard part of medical school is behind you, and the fun is about to begin. I am your West Coast VP. Originally from Seattle, I spent college and graduate school in California at Santa Clara University and UCLA Fielding School of Public Health respectively. As your West Coast VP, one of my primary duties is to offer guidance regarding the PTAL – California’s unique licensing requirement. I rotated mostly through Kingsbrook in Brooklyn, St. Joseph’s in New Jersey, and Norwegian in Chicago. If you have questions about these hospitals or the PTAL I am happy to help!
VP of Canada and UK
Esizaze Ozekhome-Mike – Hi everyone, my name is Esizaze (I know that’s a mouthful) but you can call me Esi. I am the regional Vp for the UK and Canada. I look forward to working with everyone to make the UK and Canada pathways easy and smooth sailing.