Savanna Polimeni for SBA President
First, let me start by saying that our class deserves a huge round of applause for entering one of the most trying times of our lives during one of the most trying times of the century. Cheers to all of us and our fortitude! We are a unique class.
Since we haven't had the chance to meet in person, it may be difficult for you to decide whose character aligns best with your ideals. I wear many hats, but each one will shine through as an asset to our educational community.
As the daughter of a veteran, I have intentions to run events to benefit veterans in our community, particularly a virtual socialization initiative that I am spearheading for an impatient VA program in Detroit.
As the daughter of a health nut, I am looking to build a partnership between UDM Law and the new Meijer owned niche grocery store opening in Detroit to get delicious, affordable, and local food options into our building when we reopen.
As a single mother of three, I know that parents have a unique world to navigate in law school, and I intend to create a special opportunity to celebrate UDM Law parents and their children.
As an advocate for mental health awareness, I will always strive to support students to take care of themselves so that their educational experience can be a healthy one. We should support the complete student while we are building the complete lawyer.
As a textbook Type A, I was always newspaper editor-in-chief, peer tutor, class president, yearbook editor, petition drafter, dance planner, queen organizer. I know that I am up to the challenge of multi-tasking.
There is nothing I want more than to be a truly representative voice for our class and for UDM Law. I am passionate and I will make sure to mirror the passions and intentions of our student body with integrity.