Nithya Arun (she/her) is a senior majoring in Community and Global Public Health with a minor in Biochemistry. Nithya has been a part of CSG since her freshman year and has served as a policy advisor for the past two years in the areas of Health and Wellness and Academic Affairs. She is excited to utilize her platform to amplify student voices and integrate them into the executive team’s work. Some of Nithya’s priorities include: ensuring a public health informed school year and centering the needs of marginalized communities in all policies and programming. If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas, feel free to fill out this form to schedule a meeting with Nithya and Carla!
CSG vice President
Carla Voigt (she/her) is a junior from Grosse Pointe, Michigan majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. Carla is honored to be serving as Student Body Vice President alongside Nithya Arun. She is passionate about women's issues and environmental justice. She is also excited to promote equity on our campus by ensuring our programing is accessible to and supports all students. Before being elected Vice President, she served as Engineering Representative in the CSG Assembly for two years, and was elected to serve as Speaker of the 10th Assembly. Carla is excited to use this year to promote student led initiatives on campus and ensure that we have a safe return to campus for the fall. Feel free to reach out to her if you'd like to chat about improvements, ideas, or feedback!
CSG Speaker of the Assembly
Chief programming officer
Drishaan Jain (DJ) is a sophomore in LSA studying Computer Science. He previously served as First-Year Ex-Officio Representative and Chair of Communications Committee of the 9th Assembly and Deputy Policy Advisor of Academic Affairs. DJ is excited about serving as Chief Programming Officer to expand CSG's reach across campus and provide targeted, supportive programming to all students. As U-M transitions back to in-person learning, DJ hopes to develop events and advocacy with an emphasis on environmental justice, mental health resources, and sexual assault awareness. Additionally, he looks forward to working with the Executive team and the Assembly to address student needs and increase accessibility to on-campus organizations. Outside of CSG, you can find DJ cooking new vegetarian recipes, backpacking, or riding an indoor bike!
Chief Programming Officer
Bharat is a sophomore from Troy, Michigan majoring in Community and Global Public Health. For the last two years, Bharat has served on the Student Organization Funding Committee and was a Vice-Chair on the Committee during the 2020-21 school year. Bharat looks forward to helping the Executive Team and Assembly enact the amazing initiatives they have planned while also ensuring student organizations have adequate funding as they begin to plan in-person events next year. Bharat also wants to help CSG leverage its budget to promote equity on campus and make the financial operations of CSG as transparent as possible for the student body. Outside of CSG, Bharat is a huge Michigan and Detroit sports fan, which has led to more than a few depressing Sunday afternoons.