President Laura Noe
Laura is a senior here at Metropolitan State University of Denver majoring in Biology and Behavioral Science. She has been involved in the Student Government Assembly since she transferred here in 2011 and has truly valued the experience of being a student leader and representing the voice of the student body. Laura strongly believes that MSU Denver offers a unique experience where people from all walks of life can come together with the common goal of achieving a college education and build a diverse and inclusive community. As the current Student Body President, she has strived to lead the Student Government Assembly to put students’ voices and needs first and work with higher administration to ensure they do the same.
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Vice President Anthony Sylvester
Anthony comes to the Student Government Assembly as a Colorado Native, from D’Evelyn High School. A former NCAA baseball player, Anthony was forced to give up participation in Metro State University Athletics after sustaining a season ending shoulder injury in the Spring of 2012. During the 2012 SGA elections, the potential opportunity to serve as Vice-President seemed fitting as chance to give back to the University that had already given him so much. Anthony has a background in securities, working as a Financial Consultant-- experience that drives his work as the current chair the Student Affairs Board; where he oversee’s the allocation of a nearly $2.4 million Student Affairs Fee Budget. Anthony is entering into his 4th year at MSU Denver, working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Chemistry, and Health Care Management. His ambition: Acceptance into a PHD/MD program beginning in the Fall of 2014. Anthony spent the entire Summer of 2011 working in a hospital in Moshi, Tanzania; and is the author of two books (set for publishing in February of 2013). Anthony comes to SGA with a specific interest in overlooking the University's health insurance policy changes that will accompany the 2014 Federal Health Care Reform act; and with an interest in making the campus increasingly accessible to physically encumbered and assisted students.