Re-elect Lauren Waldron for Student Senator in Mason Student Government

Hi LLC-ers!


I know many of you have already ‘liked’ my Facebook page for my re-election, but to take it a step further… I wanted to emphasize my background in leadership and as a public servant. Take a look:

As a native Virginian, Lauren Waldron has served numerous leadership positions for the past six years, acted as the voice for the people, and led the most diverse student body in her school district. Since the age of fourteen, Lauren was active in her middle school’s Student Government as Student Body President. She found her passion for leading and encouraging her peers to excel and succeed at their own personal goals and continued with her platform throughout her high school years. From freshman year until her junior year, Lauren had the advantageous role of being Class President. In her senior year, Lauren won her Student Government election as President of the Entire Student Body. Currently, Lauren is a part of the Leadership and Community Engagement Living Learning Community at George Mason where she is able to take a Leadership class and volunteer on and off campus to directly make a difference in the lives of others.
During the spring of 2012 as a senior in high school, Lauren helped her local mayor’s re-election campaign which began her political campaign work. It was her mission to help Roanoke Mayor David Bowers campaign by GOTV initiatives such as: preparing strategic regional phone calls, identifying voter information, and executing promotional tasks. Additionally, over the summer of 2012, she moved to Richmond to intern in the main Richmond headquarters for former Governor of Virginia and newly elected United States Senator Tim Kaine’s campaign. While interning, Lauren used my past political campaign experience to promote Kaine’s campaign by going door-to-door and distributing literature throughout the regions of Chesterfield and Midlothian, helped to assist the campaign staff at various events, and planned out strategies with the Regional Field Director to inform voters about Senator Kaine.
As a Senator in Student Government at George Mason University, consider it an honor and privilege serving the nation’s most diverse student body. Senator Waldron acted as a representation on behalf of the student body at the Virginia State Capitol and General Assembly to lobby for increased support and funding. As a Senator, Lauren has sat on four House Committees: University Services, University Life, University Relations, and M.A.S.O.N. Her goal for this year is to bridge the gap between the faculty and student body by enhancing a clear communication channel. Feel free to contact me via social media or my email: for comments!

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4 Responses to “Re-elect Lauren Waldron for Student Senator in Mason Student Government”

  1.   Roger Dean Says:

    I approve of your passion for politics. I love that you are in love with service to others. I am not sure if you want to be a political correspondent or a politician yourself, but you have the drive to do either.

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