About the senate

The GUSA Senate is a collection of student representatives from all areas of the Georgetown Community. It has two main functions: to advocate for students, and to allocate the student activities fee. Senators work on a variety of issues to increase student representation and input on current and future changes to our campus. All of our meetings are open to the public, and we highly encourage anyone interested in shaping the future of this campus to reach out via email or in person. We meet every Sunday at 5pm in Healy 106. Stop by and say hi!


Speaker: Richie Mullaney (At-Large)
Vice Speaker: Cherie Vu (At-Large)
Chair of Finance and Appropriations: Owen Hayes (North Campus)

Freshman South

Charles Hajjar (Socioeconomic Inclusivity)
Zach Oschin (Finance & Appropriations)
Josh Sirois (Finance & Appropriations, Residential Living)

Freshman North

Billy O’Carroll (Academic Affairs, Athletic Affairs)
Javon Price (Finance & Appropriations)
Aneesh Rahangdale (Dining & Auxiliary Services)

North Campus

Owen Hayes (Finance & Appropriations)
William Morris (Finance & Appropriations, Religious Inclusivity, Engagement)
Jack Pelose (Master Planning & Community Engagement)

South Campus

Chloe Phillips
Nick Zeffiro

East Campus

Habon Ali (Socioeconomic Inclusivity)
Alexander Bobroske (Arts)
Zainab Feroze (Racial & Cultural Inclusivity)
Sarah Griffin

West Campus

Ben Baldwin (Finance & Appropriations, Sustainability)
Isaac Liu (Arts, Free Speech)

Central Campus

Caroline Barnes (Arts)
Hunter Estes (Finance & Appropriations, Free Speech)
Evan Farrara (Accessibility)


Marisa Hawley (Master Planning & Community Engagement)
Sam Granville
Jen Lebeau (Safety & Sexual Assault)
Alejandro Serrano (Finance & Appropriations)


Scott Lowder (Finance & Appropriations)
Juan Martinez (Undocumented Student Inclusivity, Engagement)
Richie Mullaney (Speaker)
Cherie Vu (Vice Speaker)