Abha is a graduate of the Medical Assistant program, and is currently an associate degree nursing student. Abha, has been the President of MASA, student chair for CAB and also held executive positions with the USC. Her experience, leadership and the never give up attitude will bring a new freshness to the SGA board.
Gina, an US Navy Veteran has been at HCC Coleman since 2009. She is a graduate of the Clinical Lab program and is ASCP certified. She is currently enrolled in the Histology program and also serves as the president of the Histology Student Association. She also served as a student representative for USC and TMC Advisory Councils. Her affiliation with the TMC advisory council will be a resource for SGA.
Kanwal, is a graduate from University of Houston and is currently an associate degree nursing student. She has been a part of student organizations at University of Houston. Her managerial and leadership skills with her calm attitude, will keep SGA motivated.
Jaime, is a graduate of Sam Houston State University and is currently pursuing an advanced certificate in diagnostic medical sonograpy. Jaime is the president of the Student Sonographers Association and has taken part in various student activities. She strives to makes everyones college experience fun and memorable
Ray, comes to HCC Coleman College from the Southeast campus. He is a student in the human services program. He comes with a lot of experience from the southeast campus where he served as a member of the CAB board.
SGA is an assembly of club and organization student representatives. These representatives are selected according to the rules and by-laws of the groups they represent. SGA usually meets monthly. Regularly scheduled SGA meetings are open to all HCC-Coleman students. You do not need to be a student representative to participate in SGA, all students are welcomed! Getting involved in SGA is a great way to meet new people, mingle with students from other programs, and make your voice heard!
Two SGA officers represented HCC Coleman College at the Community College Day in Austin, Texas to discuss the budget cuts.
Hosted the Spring Extravaganza at Lucky Strike for students, faculty and executives.
Initiated the Penny War competition between Coleman’s student organizations which raised money for March of Dimes.
Assisted Clinical Lab program in setting up a on campus Bone Marrow Drive.
Organized the Texas Medical Center’s (TMC) Student Career & Education Fair. Provided TMC students the opportunity to meet with prospective employers and more learn about volunteer opportunities. Several representatives from colleges and universities around Houston were also there to speak to college representatives for those looking to continue their education.
Gave away tickets to see Janet Jackson in concert during the SGA general assembly meeting in March.
Assisted with the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Drive on campus.