The Executive Committee oversees Student Government as well as appoints the chairs and members the committees of the Student Senators Council, University Committee on Student Life, Global Committee on Student Life, and University Senate. In addition, the Executive Committee regularly meets with the President, Provost and other administrators on behalf of all Student Government facets in order to advance the student agenda.
Juan Manuel Calero Canaval is a fifth year undergraduate student in the Department of Social & Cultural Analysis, concentration in Latino Studies, and in the Religious Studies program. He was born in Cali, Colombia, spent his childhood between Queens and Long Island, and his adolescence in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. He dedicated his undergraduate career to minority & marginalized students of all identities, in particular among the Latin American diasporic organizations on campus, in particular in serving as Chair of the Demands Committee of the Black & Brown Coalition (15/16) and as a student representative on the University Senate Task Force for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. His favorite past times are reading Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy Romance novels, writing essays, and mains a Horde Blood Elf Warlock on World of Warcraft. This year, Juan is serving as the Chair of Student Government.
Tamara Cesaretti is a third year student at New York University School of Law. Currently working in public defense in the Washington, D.C. metro area, she has previously held positions in the New York City government. In her spare time, she enjoys going to concerts and exploring the City with friends. Tamara went to high school near Dallas and completed her undergraduate education at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. This year, Tamara serves as the Vice Chair of the Student Senators Council.
Monday & Thursday, 12pm-2pm
Rachel Law is a junior at New York University studying Politics and Economics. Interested in the intersection between social entrepreneurship, law, and public policy, she has been involved in various entrepreneurial endeavors, including starting her own community service and education initiatives, as well as other campus groups dedicated to facilitating meaningful conversations at the University. Growing up in Hong Kong and later studying in America, Rachel has enjoyed firsthand the benefits of a trans-cultural experience. With the aspiration of making this global experience an even more integral part of the NYU education, Rachel serves as the Global Vice Chair of the Student Senators Council and a Senator-at-Large representing international and study away students this year.
Max Pau is a junior year undergraduate student majoring in public policy and is on the pre-med track. He is a Dean's Scholar and the Senator for the College of Arts and Science. He has dedicated his time at NYU in programming for the Class of 2019, as he was the President of the Class of 2019 Activities Board in his previous year. This year, he will be the Vice Chair of the President's Council.