Meet our Central Student Government Executive Internship Program Participants!

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Dylan Wheatly
Intern to the President

Dylan is beyond elated to start as an intern for Daniel. Originally from the suburbs of Chicago (Deerfield), Dylan is looking forward to having the opportunity to make a positive impact on campus. He believes actively listening to all students voices will warrant the positive change he hopes to be apart of. Although he is a first year premed planning to study Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience, Dylan is passionate about student health, campus inclusivity, student wellness, and campus logistics. He hopes to continue and grow his involvement in CSG over the next four years. Dylan is also a committee member on MRelay and SOFC (Student Organization Funding Committee). He is a huge fan of the food in Ann Arbor, so if you see Dylan around campus (even if he’s eating), feel free to voice a concern of just say hi.


Emily Johnson
Intern to the President

Emily is from Grand Rapids, MI. She is a freshman planning to double major in political science and history. She is very excited to be involved with CSG this year and hopes to improve the campus climate regarding sexual assault prevention and promoting mental health awareness. Outside of CSG, Emily is a member of the bipartisan political discussion group We Listen and plans to continue tutoring middle and high school students in Spanish and writing. After college, she hopes to attend law school to pursue her passions for civil rights and criminal justice reform. In her spare time, Emily enjoys spending time with friends and family, listening to podcasts, and exploring new cities.


Rachel Milner
Intern to the President

Rachel is a first year student from Doylestown, Pennsylvania who is studying Political Science and Economics (hopefully Public Policy!). Her favorite activity is finding anywhere on campus giving away free coffee. Rachel is pre-law and is looking to work with human rights in general politics. Within Central Student Government, Rachel hopes to work on campus inclusivity overall and is currently working with mental health initiatives. Outside of CSG, Rachel is a writer for Michigan Journal of International Affairs, a researcher in Michigan Foreign Policy Council, and a participant in the Public Service Intern Program (looking forward to my summer in D.C.)

Daniela Martinez
Intern to the Vice President

Daniela is a first year student from Grandville, MI. She is currently undecided on a major, but she is interested in Mathematics and Political Science. She is excited to enact change on campus in regards to student issues like food insecurity and sexual assault awareness. In her free time, Daniela sings with the Women’s Glee Club on campus and plays her ukulele loud enough to annoy her hall mates.

Jack Berkey
Intern to the Vice President

Jack is a current Sophomore at the Steven M. Ross School of Business in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is interested in studying Finance, with a potential concentration in Real Estate. His passions include commercial real estate, hospitality in business, branding, and the Formula 1 racing industry. Jack has developed a unique set of skills that will allow him to contribute to whatever organization he engages with, including The Michigan Fashion Media Summits’ event planning team.

Lily Alexander
Intern to the Vice President

Lily is from Los Angeles and is currently a freshman here at the University of Michigan. In high school, Lily was active in Los Angeles politics. She served on Mayor  Eric Garcetti’s Youth Council and interned for Nick Melvoin’s campaign to serve on the Los Angeles Unified School District. She is pre-law and hopes to major in Public Policy with a minor in Chinese. Her main goal for this semester is to improve students’ access to contraceptives and safe sex practices. Aside from CSG, Lily is part of WeListen, a club that encourages bipartisan dialogue on campus. She loves exploring Ann Arbor and, as a frequent customer, hopes to try every drink on the menu at Espresso Royale.