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Clark elected vice chair of Council of Student Body Presidents

Winston-Salem State University’s Je’den Clark has been named vice chair of the Council of Student Body Presidents. Clark was elected by her peers, who recognized her leadership skills on and off campus.

“This is such an exciting opportunity. I’m looking forward to representing WSSU and doing great things for our Ramily,” said Clark.

The Council of Student Body Presidents is an integral part of The University of North Carolina Association of Student Governments which is founded and funded by students. The organization champions the concerns of students and ensures affordability and accessibility to quality education today and tomorrow.

UNCASG also represents the interests of students in the deliberations of the UNC Board of Governors. 

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