Student Government Association President
The name’s Ivan Guerrero and I am proud to be your new SGA President. My goal as SGA President is to bring more student involvement in extracurricular activities and establish Edison State College (ESC) as more than just a college but a memorable experience.
While I was born here in Fort Myers, Florida I was raised in Brownsville, Texas and am Mexican. I graduated in 2005 from Rivera High School but didn’t follow the traditional college transition after high school. However, a yearning grew inside me to pursue something much more meaningful, and with the support of my family I applied at ESC and was accepted. In the spring of 2010 I began college and immersed myself in the extracurricular aspect of clubs where I found my passion. I joined many clubs including the Creative Writing Club, AASA, LASA, Rotaract, SGA and CAB. These clubs helped spur my enthusiasm and, with the aid of Professor Cynthia Enslen, to create a new club called Talking and Listening Klub (T.A.L.K.) and lead them to great heights. This leadership role has helped cultivate a strong sense of direction and motivation for me. While I’ve finished my Associates Degree here at ESC in the spring of 2012, my journey continues as I undertake a Bachelor’s in Supervision and Management. I’ll be the voice of, you, the student body and keep your best interests in mind while serving as President of SGA. My door is open to all, so visit me and introduce yourselves.
Student Government Executive Vice President
My name is Stephania Romulus and I was born in Fort Myers, FL and raised in Haiti. I am a Haitian American student who is able to speak two languages. I am a sophomore at Edison State College majoring in General Education. I graduated from Riverdale High School in June 2011 and I have been attending ESC since the summer of 2011. During my first year at Edison State College I was the Vice-President for the AASA (African American Student Association) and a club member of Green club. I am a HOPE (Help One Person Excel) scholar, and member of the SSS program (Student Support Services). My career plan is to graduate with my AA degree and attend FGCU to get my Master’s degree in Medicine. As Executive Vice President for Student Government my goal is to show the students at ESC how to become more involved and that no matter what your dreams are, you can achieve them with lots of excitement. I am a very cheerful and determined person. I am dedicated to whatever I am doing, and I enjoy reading, traveling and meeting new people. With that said, I am looking forward to a great year working with everyone at Edison State College.
Student Government Legislative Vice President
Hello Everyone, My name is Mario Lozano and this will be my second year at Edison State College. My background is Mexican, but I was born and raised in Florida. I graduated in 2011 from South Fort Myers High school. My career plan is to obtain my Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and to operate my own business. As a HOPE (Help One Person Excel) scholar I was involved in clubs and a variety of activities throughout the year. In my first year I was also was a senator in Student Government Association. This year I will be the Legislative Vice President of Student Government. My goal for SGA is to bring new ideas to make students feel more comfortable and to encourage them to be more involved in school activities. As an honest, friendly and focused person I will strive to make Student Government shine brighter, if you have any questions please feel free to ask away!
Student Government Secretary
Hi everyone, my name is Angelica Gonzales and I was born and raised in the Philippines. I graduated from Island Coast High School in June of 2011. I have been attending Edison State College since the Summer of 2011. My career plan is to obtain my Master’s Degree in Health Administration. I started my college experience as a HOPE (Help One Person Excel) Scholar, looking for opportunities to get involved on campus. Before taking my position on the SGA E-Board, I was part of AASA and was a senator of SGA. I will now be serving on the E-Board of SGA as Secretary. My goal is to bring new ideas to SGA, encourage more people to be involved on campus, make students feel as welcome as possible, organize our meetings and events, and make SGA shine brighter than it already does. I am always willing to lend a helping hand; if you see me around campus or if you have any questions, please feel free to come talk to me!