Student Advisory Board

The mission for the Student Advisory Board is to contribute diverse ideas and perspectives on matters that impact the undergraduate academic experience. The board fulfills this mission by: providing suggestions and input on current or future programs, services, policies, and other academic initiatives; advising on a range of academic issues that are important to undergraduate students; facilitating dialog and communication between undergraduates and the Vice Provost’s office Advocating for resources; and supporting the advancement of student ideas and interest.

Student Advisory Board Liaison

Hayley Tsuchiyama

Hayley Tsuchiyama is the current Student Liaison for the Student Advisory Board. She is a rising 4th year studying Chemical Engineering from Milwaukee, WI. In addition to her role in the Office of the Vice Provost, she is serving as the VP of Academic Affairs for SGA as well as the VP of Recruitment for the Georgia Tech Student Ambassadors.

2017-2018 Members


  • Marguerite Bradley

    Marguerite is a 4th year Industrial Engineering major from Woodstock, GA. She is currently serving as the Collegiate Panhellenic Council President, Vice President of Student Life for the Student Government Association, and as a Georgia Tech Student Ambassador.



  • Aradhana Chandra

    Aradhana Chandra is a 3rd year International Affairs major with a concentration in International Business. She is a member of the GT1000 Team Leader Advisory Board, an Ivan Allen College Student Ambassador, a student assistant at the Ferst Center for the Arts, and is involved in undergraduate research regarding international counter-terrorism efforts. Outside of school, she spends her time reading, writing music, and finding new restaurants to try in Atlanta.



  • David Tsu Chang

    David is a 5th year Mechanical Engineering major from San José, Costa Rica. He is an active Liaison Engineering co-op at Delta Air Lines, and is currently the President of GT-SHPE. David also serves as an undergraduate mentor in the P2P Program for CEED in the College of Engineering. In his free time, David enjoys playing tennis, trying out new restaurants, and traveling the world.



  • Karvin Dassanayake

    Karvin Dassanayake is the President of International Ambassadors at Georgia Tech. He is a senior studying Computer Engineering who is also the Lead Software Engineer of HyTech Racing - a student racing team at Georgia Tech.



  • Alice Francis

    Alice is a 4th Mechanical Engineering student. She is currently serving as the President of the Residence Hall Association (RHA), and enjoys making the residence halls on campus into welcoming homes for students of all backgrounds. Alice likes to spend her free time finding live music around Atlanta to dance blues and swing!



  • Alexandra Holderied

    Alexandra is a 4th year studying Chemical Engineering from Alpharetta, Georgia. She is involved on campus as both a tutor and mentor for the Center for Academic Success and conducts research for a Chemical Engineering professor. In addition, she is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and serves as the Secretary for their executive committee.



  • Rohan Iyer

    Rohan is a 5th year Industrial & Systems Engineering major from Suwanee, Georgia. He is currently serving as the President of the Interfraternity Council (IFC). Previously, he has been a part of SGA committees, Tour Guides, FASET, and the E.X.C.E.L. program. Rohan loves being a part of the Georgia Tech community and strives to make an impact wherever possible.



  • Brighton Kamen

    Brighton is a 4th year Industrial Design major from Dunwoody, GA. She currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Technique, Tech's student-run newspaper, as well as Vice President of Marketing for the Industrial Design Society of America and Director of Academics for Alpha Phi, Iota Mu chapter. She is also a proud member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Tech's leadership honor society.



  • Sirwoo Kim

    Sirwoo is a 3rd year Biomedical Engineering major, originally from Daejeon, South Korea. She has previously worked as an undergraduate researcher at the Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics Lab, and is now working in the Lam Lab, specifically in research that explores the efficiency of drug delivery in patients afflicted with medulloblastoma. She is heavily involved in the Honors Program and BME departmentant, is the Social Media Chair of Bmed SAB, a BME Learning Commons mentor, and has TA'ed for various classes at Tech.



  • Nagela Nukuna

    Nagela is a 4th year Industrial Engineering student from Newark, Delaware. She previously served as Student Body President for SGA. Nagela is concentrating in Supply Chain, and is hoping to pursue a career in engineering and public policy work for emerging markets upon graduation in Fall 2017.



  • Niambh O'Neill

    Niambh is a 3rd year Biology major from Rome, Georgia. She is an active undergraduate researcher in the BME department, and is currently the Vice President of GOAL Soccer and Enchanted Encounters GT. She also serves as the undergraduate representative for the School of Biology in the Student Government Association. In her free time she enjoys playing soccer and exploring Atlanta with friends.



  • Nathaniel Parr

    Nathaniel is a 4th year studying Economics from Marietta, GA. He has been involved with the Peer Led Undergraduate Study program in the Center for Academic Success for six semesters. After graduating, he plans to pursue graduate studies in Economics and Statistics.



  • Sujay Peramanu

    Sujay is the Student Body President at Georgia Tech. He is a 4th year Industrial Engineering Major.



  • Andrew Perry

    Andrew is a 5th year Computer Science major with an Industrial Design minor. He has worked with a few different organizations such as the Mental Health Student Coalition, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Chi, FASET, SGA, the LGBTQIA Resource Center, and a few others! He really love Georgia Tech, comic books, and pizza.



  • Sean Ramjit

    Sean is a 5th Year Electrical Engineering Student from Orlando, Florida. He is involved with the Multicultural Greek Council, Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity INC. and IEEE.



  • Delaney Rickles

    Delaney is a 2nd year civil engineering student. She became involved with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain during her first year at Tech and because of it, switched her major to civil engineering. She is also a member of Engineering World Health, For The Kids, and on the executive board of Enterprise to Empower.



  • Richard Wang

    Richard is a 4th year Computer Science major. He is currently serving as the Georgia Tech Vice President for SGA. He has been involved with SGA since his freshman year.



  • Yonatan Weinberg

    Yonatan is studying History, Technology, Society. He is on the DACA Advisory Board Chairperson for SGA, part of the Grand Challenge living learning community, and is a student photographer.