SBC Treasurer Voter’s Guide

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The Treasurer counts the money, organizes fundraisers, and sets the budget for SBC.

 

Roy Ho, Sophomore

Roy Ho could not be reached for an interview.

 

Annie Huo, Junior

What do you think makes you qualified for this position?

I have previous experience being in a Treasurer’s role, because I am the J-prom Treasurer of my class, so I already have experience and I feel like this makes me more reliable because I know what I’m doing already and I know the basic tasks that are required of a Treasurer. I also have more on the side experience handling money, because I worked as a cashier and also I helped out with a bit of financial management for this business, so that also, I feel like, adds a bit of reliability.

If you get elected, what would you do to benefit the Lowell community?

Basically, fundraising is really important, and it’s not just the Treasurer’s role, but making sure that we’re on track with whatever we have planned so that events can stay affordable for everyone if they want to go to it and make sure that if we have enough money applying for grants and all that stuff. Events would be cheaper so then people could afford to go to events that they want to go to, so that’s something that I really want to make sure can happen next year, because a lot of people are concerned about ticket prices for events.

 

Michelle Wong, Junior

What do you think makes you qualified for this position?

I’m a junior but I’ve taken micro and macro economics and I’m also the finance advisor of Pacific Rims Optometry, so I have experience working with money. I’ve also been the Public Relations Officer for LSA 2020 for two years, so I’ve also had experience on the board. I really missed, working with the community, because this year I took a break, and I’d love for a chance to work with it once again, and I’m really excited about it.

If you get elected, what would you do to benefit the Lowell community?

I’ll do cross-benefit analysis, to make sure we’re getting the best possible value for your money, I’m a very open person, so if anyone has any questions or concerns, I’d love to speak with them. I feel like I’m not really part of any one group at Lowell. I talk to everyone, so I feel like I would be a good person to talk to if anyone needed anything, just wanted to say hi to me in the hallways, just wanted a friend to talk, I’m always available, I’ll probably have 2 blocks off next year, so I’ll be very available and if anyone has any questions, concerns, I’d be happy to talk to them.