JP: What made you want to run for Student Body President?
JP: What are some plans you have for next year as Student Body President?
MW: We’re going to have one morning every week that I can meet with students over coffee – free coffee – where they can come and share their ideas. I’m going to be intentional and ask lots of questions. It’s probably what I’m most excited about.
JP: What is the main goal you'll be working toward next year?
MW: I want to listen and see in what ways I can get involved in students’ lives and create open lines of communication. It's not something that just happens; you have to be intentional about it. I want to see this school grow.
JP: How has being at LeTourneau shaped you as a person?
MW: When I graduated high school, I originally wanted to go to a big state school, but God brought me to a small, private Christian school, and I’ve been humbled a lot. I’ve learned about how strong Christian community can be and just how much I’ve needed to learn and grow before I go out into the secular world. I’ve also learned that ministry is wherever you are.
Stay tuned next year to learn more about the work Student Government will be doing!