Why I'm Running:
Over my nearly three years at Duke, one thing has been constant: the absence of transparent student voices in the Administrative decisions that have fundamentally transformed our collective student experiance. No issue embodies this principle more than the rollout of QuadEx. Thrown upon the student body with little to no student government oversight, the policy structure which has and will define Duke's living experiance for generations to come has severely underdelivered. As one of the student's most active QuadEx through my role in Quad Council, the Quad Identity Teams, and various committees, this reality is starkly apparent. The truth is that the plane is being built while in flight; QuadEx is incomplete but critically still moldable to student interests if the proper work is done to advocate for the prioritization of student voices at the highest levels. I'm running for President to use the knowledge gained from my extensive work in housing policy to be that voice, reform QuadEx, expand DSG's accessibility and transparency, focus on critical on-campus equity issues, and improve student-facing campus infrastructure. I'm confident we can make Duke a better place. I sincerely hope you'll join me on this journey.