Haley Anderson
Haley AndersonPresident
My name is Haley Anderson and I am the President of Student Association. I am a Senior Communication and Psychology double-major, and I am originally from Sand Springs, Oklahoma.

This is my fourth year on Student Association. I have previously served as an Associate Director for both Springfest and Homecoming, and last year I was the Executive Director for Springfest. In addition to Student Association, I am involved in University Ambassadors, Greek Life, Orientation Leaders, and I am the Co-Captain of the Tulsa Quidditch Team.

As your President, I want to assure you that I will do everything in my power to give you the best experience at the University of Tulsa that you could ask for. I will ensure that your ideas, needs, and opinions will not only be heard, but put into action. This year, it is my goal to streamline communication between University Administrators, SA Officers, and the student body. Please take part in this change by participating in the conversation! I want to make myself available to you at any time, so if you have any questions, concerns, or ideas, please do not hesitate to contact me.

I look forward to serving you this year!

Whitney Cipolla
Whitney CipollaVice President
My name is Whitney Cipolla and I am the Vice-President of Student Association. I am a senior from Tulsa, Oklahoma with majors in English, Secondary Education, and Women and Gender Studies.

This is my fourth year as a Student Association Officer. The constituencies I have served as a Senator are Greek Housing, the College of Arts and Sciences, and At-Large. I was a member of the Student Investigative Committee, and eventually became chairperson of the Government Operations Committee. I was also elected by my peers in the Senate Body as the Sergeant-at-arms, a Summer Senator, and Summer Secretary.

In addition to Student Association, I am involved in Greek Life, University Ambassadors, Society for Gender Equality, and am the current President of Student Alliance for Violence Education. I also work as a Reading Partner at Kendall-Whittier Elementary School and as a classroom volunteer at a school for children with special needs called The Little Light House.

As Vice-President of Student Association, my primary role is acting as President of the Student Senate. My biggest goal is to make sure that students feel confident in reaching out to SA with ideas, questions, concerns, or suggestions to make any facet of SA or the University of Tulsa the best that it can be. I also hope to help make student organization representatives feel comfortable and confident in coming to Senate meetings.

I am very excited to be serving TU students in this capacity, and I hope to interact with as many as possible when they come to Senate or at SA events! Please feel free to reach out to me at wrc335@utulsa.edu.

Kaitlyn Tindle
Kaitlyn TindleSecretary
My name is Kaitlyn Tindle and I’m SA Secretary! I’m an electrical engineering major from Tulsa, Oklahoma. I’m involved in SA, Kappa Kappa Gamma and IEEE. I’ve served as ENS senator previously, and am currently the philanthropy chair for Kappa Kappa Gamma. I’ve also served as treasurer of E-week and treasurer of MAA. If there’s ever anything I can do for you, e-mail me at tulsasasecretary@
Chase Cocking
Chase CockingTreasurer
Hello everyone! This year I will be serving as your SA Treasurer. I am a Junior Petroleum Engineering student from Surprise, Arizona. In the past I have served SA as a senator at-large and the FAC Chair. I am currently the Vice President of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity and am heavily involved in SPE. Fun Fact: for my high school graduation trip I toured 9 western European countries and had a blast!
Alicia Chong
Alicia ChongChief of Staff
My name is Alicia Chong and I am the Chief of Staff of Student Association. I am a senior Business Management major with a specialization in Human Resources, as well as a Psychology minor.

This is my fourth year serving on SA, with this past year as the Executive Director of Homecoming/Grad Party and two years prior as an Associate Director for Homecoming/Grad Party. In addition to Student Association, I am an Orientation Leader, a member of Women in Business, and a member of the TU Symphony Orchestra.

As Chief of Staff, some of my goals of this year are to streamline communication, ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of our SA Cabinet, and do my best to ensure that all the student body’s ideas are heard. Please feel free to reach out to me and contact me with any questions or concerns!

Andrew Hansen
Andrew HansenDeputy Chief of Staff
I’m Andrew Hansen and I’ll be serving this year as one of the Deputy Chiefs of Staff. My past experience on Student Association includes being an Associate Director as well as the Executive Director for Information Services. I’m a sophomore studying Mechanical Engineering and Applied Math. I’m also a part of Greek Life as well as being in the Future Alumni Council and a University Ambassador.
My hope for Student Association is for both students and officers to be able to effectively communicate with each other so that we can best serve you. The Student Activities Board will be a big part of that. In addition, you should always feel confident reaching out to an SA officer, myself included, with any comments and concerns. I look forward to serving you this year and to working with you to improve the student experience at the University of Tulsa for both current and future students.
Sawyer Clement
Sawyer ClementDeputy Chief of Staff
My name is Sawyer Clement, and I am the SA Senate Deputy Chief of Staff. I am a senior Biology Pre-Med major, originally from Minnetonka, MN. Aside from the Student Association, I am involved with Phi Mu Alpha and the Wesley Foundation.
I have served on Senate for the past three years, including one year as the Financial Allocations Committee (FAC) chair. As the Deputy Chief of Staff, it will be my goal to make sure Senate is run as efficiently and fairly as possible. As such, if you have any questions, concerns, or feedback about Senate or the Student Association in general, please feel free to send me a message.