AUBURN, Ala. – Hunter Short’s campaign for Student Government Association (SGA) Treasurer is rooted in the idea that every Auburn student has a voice that deserves to be heard.
Short, a junior from Columbus, Mississippi, is studying accounting and supply chain management and has served as an Auburn Supply Chain Management Ambassador.
Short gives credit to various organizations and positions that have prepared him to run for SGA Treasurer. His previous experience includes working as a Fortune 500 company intern, small business owner, and youth mentor. He has also spent time on the fraternity executive board.
If elected, Short hopes to offer a seminar series for student to attend throughout the semester that will teach them about money management.
“Auburn and SGA have done an incredible job in the past year of starting the financial literacy initiative,” he said. “If elected, I would see to it that this program is expanded to accommodate more students.”
Short plans on building relationships with Auburn students through implementing an open door policy and encouraging participation in different events if elected treasurer.
“Every student’s voice deserves to be heard,” said Short. “And through my platform I believe that we could make this happen by being transparent, having open doors, and increasing financial literacy on campus.”
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