By Greggory Sullivan, PA

Spencer Perry

Spencer Perry

Q:  What are your responsibilities as a Presiding Officer?

A:  Presiding Officers create opportunities for growth and leadership for the delegates.

Q:  How many years have you been in YAG? How many years have you gone to CONA?

A:  This is my fifth year for both.

Q:  What do you do outside of YAG?

A:  I’m interning at the California Attorney General’s office this summer; I’m on the executive board of college Democrats;  I’m part of my college’s Gay-Straight Alliance as well as the student government; and I am on the executive board for Kappa Sigma at my college. I also play the cello and tenor saxophone.

Q:  What college do you attend and what do you major in?

A:  I go to George Washington University. I have a double major in economics and public policy as well as a double minor in international economics and computer science.

Q:  What do you plan to do after college?

A: I want to complete law school and become a military lawyer.

Q:  Is there anything that you would like to say to all of this year’s delegates?

A:  Seize the opportunities before you. Take advantage of your time here. Find a new friend, learn about someone else’s way of life and enjoy yourself.

Libby Wuller

Libby Wuller

Q:  What are your responsibilities as a Presiding Officer?

A:  I facilitate debate and provide an exceptional conference for all the delegates here.

Q:  How many years have you been in YAG and many years have you gone to CONA?

A:  Five years for both.

Q:  What do you do outside of YAG?

A:  I’m part of a group that does an event called Dance Marathon. We raise money for the DC Children’s Hospital by dancing for 12 hours.

Q:  What college do you attend and what is your major?

A:  I’m a rising sophomore at George Washington University studying political communications.

Q:  What do you plan to do after college?

A: I would like to do campaign work.

Q:  Is there anything that you would like to say to all of this year’s delegates?

A:  At the end of the day, no matter how session goes, the most important thing about conference is the memories you make and friends you take with you.

Advertisements