The Clubs branch of ASW allows students to form new clubs and improve upon existing clubs. It is overseen by the Clubs President, whom coordinates service projects, facilitates advertising and helps students in the process of creating clubs. The President is also head of the Clubs Council.
President, Katie Saad
Clubs Council Advisor
Rebecca is a second-year student who is customizing her own major in peace and conflict studies, with a focus on the connections between psychology, media, and global issues. She loves seeing students engaged both in and out of the classroom, and believes clubs have the power to impact not only Westminster’s campus, but also our communities and the world for the better. Outside of asking big questions about peace and working for ASW, you will find Rebecca meditating on her yoga mat, petting fluffy cats, graphic designing inspirational quotes, or just chilling with her friends and taking a break from the wild and amazing thing we call college.
Contact: Rebecca Blanton
Sam Johnson an Arts Administration major at Westminster college, who exchanged the Las Vegas desert for the Salt Lake snow. On top of her job at the Admissions Office on campus, she also partakes in being a club president and having a chair with the ASW Clubs Council. She loves to take photos of her friends and hang out with her fluff of a cat Sheldon. Westminster is her home and she is proud to represent it in any positive way possible. You can find Sam on campus, usually giving a campus tour, or being with friends.
Contact: Sam Johnson
Oliver is the Director of Student Development and Training and has served as the Clubs Branch Advisor since 2015. Oliver has earned both his undergraduate (two B.S.) and graduate (M.Ed.) degrees from the University of Utah, though his love and commitment towards Westminster College is stronger than ever. Oliver not only helps advise the ASW Clubs President and Clubs Council, but also serves as a support for student club advisors and club leaders. On a lighter note, Oliver enjoys sunsets, ginkgo trees, construction cranes, and he just so happens to be left-handed.
Contact: Oliver Anderson