Student Government Association (SGA)
Welcome to the Student Government website! We are a group of students who are committed to making your experience as a WWCC student memorable and beneficial. We sit on committees to represent the student voice, regularly meet with representatives of clubs and organizations, attend Student Advocacy Day to promote funding for WWCC, and collaborate with departments and other groups to host the best events around!
Check out some other facts about us:
- Establish, promote and finance organizations and events directed toward the benefit of the students.
- Operate from SGA fees generated from students at the beginning of each fall and spring term.
- Help organizations gain approval and recognition in the eyes of the College. (Procedures on how to obtain recognition include the submission of a constitution, a list of members, the signature of a proposed advisor and the signatures of at least five interested students.)
- Provide an opportunity for students to further pursue their special interests by coordinating and allocating funds for other activities, such as hosting social, cultural, and educational events.
Meet the Student Government Association Officers
President, Kristen Coleman
My name is Kristen Coleman and I am SGA President. I’m from Deal Island, Maryland and I have lived on the Eastern Shore my entire life. I have been at Wor-Wic for 4 semesters and I am a duel major student majoring in Chemical Dependency Counseling and General Studies Transfer. I joined Student Government because I enjoy helping students and their families. It makes me happy to spread awareness and joy to our students here at Wor-Wic. I have a passion for planning events and even setting everything up, I like to create the posters and banners for events as well.
My favorite past events are the Jurassic World themed family fun day, the trip we took to see the Rockettes perform in New York City, and the APCA conference in Texas. The top three favorite things that I’m most excited to bring to the campus is Del Suggs, Handsome Naked, and Nash Fung.
I enjoy watching WWE, reading comics, spending time with my family, and playing with my dog Daisy. I love learning new things. “No thief, however skillful, can rob one of knowledge, and that is why knowledge is the best and safest treasure to acquire.” L. Frank Baum.
I suggest that everyone get involved in something while in college, whether it is a club, event, or volunteering. When you get involved you network by making friends and making connections.
“Everything I do is to become better, the best ever. And I’m not going to stop.” – Dolph Ziggler
Vice-President, Victoria Milbourne
My name is Victoria Milbourne and I am the Student Government Association: Vice President. I was born in Salisbury, MD and I have lived here my whole life. I am currently in the Business program and plan on transferring into a Business Analytics program. My goal is to obtain my Bachelor’s degree in Business Analytics and go on to be a Business Consultant for major companies. I have completed four semesters so far and plan on finishing in May of 2017.
I joined the SGA in May of 2015. My decision to join was based purely on the desire to be able to help my student body. Whether that be as a voice of the students or just someone who was there to help them work through their problems, I wanted to be there for them in any way possible. I pride myself on being someone that students can trust and talk to, so I thought that this position in the school would be a great way to help more people.
There are many different projects that I would like to do to benefit the school. The biggest thing that I would like to do is begin having monthly artist showcases. There is so much talent at Wor-Wic, whether it be performing arts, visual arts, or writers, there needs to be a place where they can show off what they do and share their work with the other students.
Last year, the SGA planned a lot of events and a lot of them were very successful. Out of all of those events, the one that was my favorite was the trip that we took to New York City. I loved our New York trip because we went during Christmastime. The lights were beautiful and we, as a group, went to go see “The Rockettes Christmas Spectacular” at Radio City Music Hall. The whole experience was surreal seeing as though it was something that I had wanted to do since I was a little kid.
We have scheduled an amazing lineup of events for our upcoming school year. The first performer that I am excited about having is Sailesh: The Hypnotist. I am excited about Sailesh coming because I first met him in Texas at a convention that we went to. During this convention, I was hypnotized by Sailesh himself. Being able to bring this experience home and to be able to share it with my school is something that I am very excited about.
I am someone with a lot of different hobbies but they are mostly art based. First and foremost, I love to sing and play my ukulele. It’s something that I do on a daily basis and I consider it to be a huge stress reliever. The next thing that I enjoy doing is painting. Painting is something that I recently picked up in the past year and I love that with painting you can turn practically nothing into something beautiful. My final and possible one of my biggest hobbies is makeup. I love makeup and I always have. The beauty of makeup is that it has so many different purposes. Makeup is something that can start out so simple but it can turn into something so complex and beautiful.
If I could give any piece of advice to the students at Wor-Wic, it would be to keep moving forward. I know that it is so easy at times to just give up when life gets rough, but if you just keep going eventually you will get to where you need to be.
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” -Maya Angelou
Secretary, Kiarra Kelley
Treasurer, Scott Ruby
Advisor, Nicole Buccalo
Hello students! My name is Nicole Buccalo and I am the Director of Student Engagement and the Advisor for the Student Government Association (SGA). I recently moved here from NW Ohio in January. I’ve been working in Student Activities, Leadership, Student Government and Events for the last nine years. I absolutely LOVE what I do. I received an Associate of Science Degree in Pre-Business Administration from Owens Community College in 2009, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from Bowling Green State University in 2012, and a Master of Arts Degree in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University in 2014. During my tenure as a student at these institutions, I was Vice President and President of Student Government, wrote for the school newspaper, and founded an organization called the Raising Awareness Club. I absolutely believe in being involved in college, so much so, that I dedicated my career to helping students succeed inside and outside of the classroom. I’m not doing my job if I’m not helping you to be the version of yourself that you can be. So stop by and see me in HC 208 or drop me a line anytime at email@example.com.
"How wonderful it is that no one need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world" – Anne Frank