The Executive Committee election took place on May 2 & 9 of 2013. Office is assumed on the day of Commencement.
Mariam, a Senator At-Large on the SSC, is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying economics and philosophy.
Her work with the Student Senators Council originally began as a school senator for Liberal Studies but with her determination to help the student body in its entirety, she took on the role of Senator At-Large. As a keen traveler, Mariam is a proponent of the Global Network University and speaks French and Farsi fluently, with working knowledge of Urdu and literary components of Arabic.
Mariam serves as the Chair of the Student Senators Council and an ex-officio member of all SSC/UCSL Committees. In the past she has chaired the External Affairs Committee, and the All-Square Student Budget Allocation Committee.
Mason Dettloff, a Senator At-Large on the SSC, is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Politics.
Mason calls Las Vegas home and with a passion for politics and student advocacy, his work has taken him to Albany and Washington DC to advocate for financial aid on behalf of students at NYU. In 2011, he was an NYU John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress Scholar.
Mason serves as Vice-Chair of the Student Senators Council and thus the Chair of the Student Activities Board. In the past Mason has chaired the Pubic Relations Committee.
Harris is a senior in the College of Arts and Science studying Politics and Philosophy. Her involvement with student government began when she was a freshman studying away in Florence, Italy where she served as the International Ambassador. She now continues to represent students as a Senator at-Large on the SSC where she is also the Vice Chair of UCSL and Chair of ASSBAC.
The Executive Committee of the Student Senators Council oversees the SSC/UCSL as well as appoints the chairs and members of the SSC, UCSL and University Senate Committees. In addition, the Executive Committee regularly meets with the President, Provost and other administrators on behalf of the Council in order to advance the student agenda. It assumes the role of the SSC and UCSL when the full bodies are not in session.