New officers elected for BGSU's student government

New officers of Undergraduate Student Government (USG) and Graduate Student Senate (GSS) are in place for the coming academic year.

Johnnie Lewis was elected president of USG, with running mate Nicholas Gamero as vice president. GSS's president is Jeannie M. Sabaroff, while the title of vice president belongs to Gina Ondercin.

Lewis is a junior majoring in criminal justice with a double minor in political science and theatre. He was in the 2005 cohort of the President's Leadership Academy and is involved in the Latino Student Union, Vision, the Sailing Club, and public and alumni relations for Alpha Tau Omega. His parents are Jimmie and Turesa D. Lewis of Southfield, Mich.

Gamero is a junior majoring in liberal studies. He is involved with the Latino Student Union and the IMPACT (Integrating Moral Principles and Critical Thinking) learning community. The former editor of The Obsidian, Gamero is interested in politics, art, soccer and writing. He is the son of Juan and Donna Gamero of Medina.

Sabaroff is a master's degree student majoring in college student personnel. She is the Kappa Kappa Gamma house director and the chapter key advisor for Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority Zeta Omega Chapter. Sabaroff is also the 2007 Bacchus Gamma Region 7 Advisor of the Year. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sabaroff of Philadelphia, Pa., she graduated from Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls in 2002. In 2006, she received a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Temple University.

Ondercin, of Toledo, is a doctoral student majoring in higher education administration and works as a graduate assistant at the Career Center. She graduated from Unity Christian High School in Hudsonville, Mich., and went on to receive a bachelor's degree in public administration at Grand Valley State University and a master's degree in counseling and student personnel at Minnesota State University.

July 9, 2007