Vice President of Administration


naduPavan Naidu

Pace University Pleasantville has taught me so much over the few years that I’ve been here. I never could have imagined myself going to Pace because, I did not think I had the grades to go to a private institution like this. Pace took a chance on me so I made it my goal to never let them down. I made CAPS dean’s list, and Pace’s dean list two semesters in a row. I did Model United Nations and received an outstanding delegate award for actively involving members to create stronger dialogue and better resolutions to issues. I believe I can use the traits I have acquired to be your Vice President of Administration. As a member of the community I have seen many changes and have been granted many opportunities to be successful. Throughout these years I’ve grown to love it here and want to make an impact for future generations of Pace students. Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change you want to see.” I think together, we can change the world we live in, and that is Pace Pleasantville. If I am granted the privilege of joining SGA, my number one priority will be to satisfy the needs of the student body. Our university motto is opportunity. Pace University has enormous potential to have better school spirit. It has enormous potential to be recognized as a school with incredible pride. Let us actualize this potential by discussing ways we can create better opportunities for students to not only succeed, but enjoy their time here. Together, we can bridge multiple gaps along with the transition phase Pace is currently going through, to ensure students’ needs are being met. This can be achieved through a multifaceted approach by addressing concerns such as, Student and administrator relations, the Pleasantville and Briarcliff isolation and dormers and commuters’ relations. We can change this by changing the social structure. As Vice President of Administration, I will work to be a liaison between you the students, and our administration. By creating more collaborated events, we can effectively create cultural diffusion and mitigate issues between Briarcliff, Pleasantville and Commuters. By hosting events on each side of campus, we can create a more holistic Pace University. Commuters do not receive the same benefits as dormers. By creating events and opportunities for commuters and dormers to come together we can create a better Pace University. If you elect me as your Vice President of Administration, I promise I will give you everything I have in order to make Pace University the best environment for us. This is our college, our time, our life. Let us be the change we want to see. Thank You.



edwinEdwin Rodriguez

Becoming part of the Student Government Executive board is an opportunity to allow me to impact and improve the atmosphere of the community at Pace University. I am looking forward to assisting all organizations on campus and students to empower them to further their organizations and hopefully bring new ones to the community. A main priority in this role would be improving communication within organizations including marketing of events, compliance with regulations, and the transitioning of executive boards.

I will be entering my senior year of my academics in the University and I have always been involved here at Pace since my first year. First I got involved becoming President of North Hall and being recognized as Hall of the Year with my executive board. As semesters went by I started to become more active in the community by becoming a member of organizations, working in different departments such as Residential Life, Student Development and Campus Activities and Athletics, as well as going to Conferences about Student Leadership to enhance myself and Pace. All these opportunities I have been offered have given me a better understanding of the University and how the Student Government Association, as well as the student body as a whole functions.

I look forward to utilizing ideas of past executive board members along with bringing forth new impressions that future students will use and build off of to implement their own ideas.