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 board.

President, Elaine Sheehan

The ASW Clubs President facilitates communication between all club Presidents and representatives in order to coordinate and promote events for all clubs, inform ASW CLUBS representatives of upcoming ASW CLUBS service opportunities, and allow representatives to collaborate between clubs, contributing to the overall well-being of clubs. With the help of the ASW Clubs Board, the Clubs President’s role is to support clubs in any way possible.

Elaine is a fourth-year English Major in the Honors Program. She has been a part of Clubs since her first year, even creating her own club as a second year student. She is involved in the Honors newsletter and student government, and also works as a tutor in the Writing Center. She loves heading down to the rock wall in HWAC, cooking food for friends, or writing during her free time. Her preferred method of communication is in person so feel free to reach out to her to chat or stop her on campus to say hello!  

Contact Elaine.

 

Clubs Board

Grayson Massey

Originally from Vernal Utah, Grayson chose Westminster after returning home from a 2 year LDS Mission in Washington D.C. He is a Junior studying International Business and Finance, and is also a member of the WestARCHES Program and Honors College. When not busy with school he serves in a variety of different clubs on campus and holds multiple positions within ASW. Professionally, Grayson works as Director for The Dicio Group, a political consulting firm in downtown Salt Lake City. When time permits he enjoys golfing, traveling and spending time with his family and friends. He is excited to be a member of the clubs board this year and working with all of you!

Tanner Peacock

Tanner is a senior from Corona, California that is majoring in Public Health while minoring in Sociology. Being very involved on campus, Tanner is on Westminster’s club soccer team, the Vice President of Residence Halls Association, member of the LDSSA Board, on and a member on three other clubs. His interest include: playing and watching a variety of sports, watching movies, sleeping, baking, bad Dad jokes, and more!

Josie Stoker

Josie is a first-generation college student and McNair Scholar majoring in economics with a double-minor in political science and applied mathematics. Josie is a resident advisor at Westminster on the Draw and works as an Assistant Director in the Westminster College Writing Center. She has been involved in clubs since her freshman year and even helped to create a new club her sophomore year. In her free time, Josie loves to overuse HWAC, watch movies, and play the piano. After graduation, she hopes to enter a PhD program in economics in order to continue pursuing her interests in social science and mathematics.