President: Daniel Greene
Daniel Greene is a senior in the Ford School of Public Policy concentrating in legal and political empowerment alongside an LSA minor in writing. Daniel is passionate about elevating and empowering student voice and innovation. His highest priority is building a more inclusive campus for both visible and invisible identities. In addition, Daniel seeks to improve student resources, promote a campus culture of consent, de-stigmatize mental illness, amongst many other projects. Daniel firmly believes solutions to campus issues lay not exclusively in the CSG chambers, but amongst the brilliant, passionate students that comprise our campus, and he hopes to improve CSG’s visibility, transparency, and responsiveness through regular town halls, office hours, targeted student organization outreach, and a liaison program. Outside of CSG, you may know Daniel from LSA Student Government, Campus Day, LSA Honor Council, Wolverine Support Network, or Greek Life. Daniel prioritizes student input, so if you see him around campus, be sure to introduce yourself!
Vice President: Isabel Baer
Isabel Baer is a Junior is the school of Literature Science and Arts studying Political Science and History. Isabel sees Central Student Government as a critical resource for student organizations and is determined to increase student collaboration within CSG. She is passionate about sexual assault prevention, women’s empowerment and creating the most diverse campus experience for every student. Isabel is most excited about a CSG liaison program because she sees this as the most effective way for student organizations to have their voices heard in the CSG Chambers. Over the past two years Isabel has been involved in Wolverine Support Network, Hillel and Greek Life. If you see Isabel walking on the Diag please stop and introduce yourself!
Speaker of the Assembly: Austin Glass
Austin Glass is a second-year PhD student in the Rackham Graduate School, studying Space Science and Engineering. Austin believes that CSG serves two critically important roles for UM students: funding and advocacy. As Speaker of the Assembly, the legislative body in CSG responsible for appropriating student fees, Austin will work with the Executive Team and the Assembly Representatives to grant funding to student organizations that impact traditionally disadvantaged groups; Austin hopes that his efforts in this area will increase the inclusivity of campus and make an impact toward the goal of equality for all. Austin believes that advocacy is another important responsibility of CSG, and he hopes to work with the Assembly and folks across campus to prioritize advocacy efforts on issues important to students, so if you see him around North Campus feel free to say hello and strike up a conversation about what matters to you!
Treasurer: Niccolo Beltramo
Niccolo is a senior in LS&A studying History and Economics alongside dual minors in Mathematics and German. He believes the CSG is an incredibly valuable resource, not only for students but for student organizations as well. As Treasurer, Niccolo is excited to use his role to help focus CSG’s efforts to best advocate for students across campus by making the most of their student fees and ensuring responsible stewardship of the resources entrusted to CSG. He is passionate about expanding opportunities for student organizations to receive support and funding through CSG, something that he developed expertise and perspective on both from his role with the Student Organization Funding Commission in previous years as well as from his own experiences running student organizations on campus. If you happen to see Niccolo around campus, feel free to stop and introduce yourself or to strike up a conversation about what you are looking for from your student government!