Meet The SGA Officers for 2019-20

October 2, 2019
Tech Talk

William Clinthumb_SGA_P-WilliamClinton-WEB.jpgton, President

A native of Buncombe County, William is a graduate of North Buncombe High School and a resident of Barnardsville. He was active in the Future Farmers of America, which lead him to A-B Tech’s SGA. “I wanted to get more involved and this seemed like a good fit,” he said. As an Information Systems student, William plans to graduate in Spring 2020. He worked for two years in manual labor jobs, including grave digging, when he decided he wanted to get more education “A-B Tech was my local school and I had recommendations from family and friends. It’s affordable and I won’t be going into hundreds of thousands of dollars into debt.”

 

 

 

thumb_SGA_VP_Michael Crennan.jpgMichael Crennan, Vice President

Michael is earning his Associate in Arts in the Political Science Pathway with the intention of transferring to Western Carolina University and eventually earning a law degree. He earned his HSE at A-B Tech, which led him to enroll in a curriculum program. “I enjoy public service and volunteering,” he said, citing a number of local of organizations he works with. “I wanted to leave my footprint on A-B Tech. College should be enjoyed, not endured.”

 

 

 

thumb_SGA_Sec_SamBonnici_19-20_WEB.jpgSamuel Bonnici, Secretary

Samuel moved to Asheville two years ago from the beaches in Florida, where he was attending the University of South Florida. He had also been a member of the SGA at a community college in St. Petersburg. He is studying Geomatics Technology and is interested in pursuing a career in real estate, and earning a master’s degree. “I like being involved and to create some positive change. A-B Tech has such a large high school population and it’s nice to be able to bring my experience.”

 

 

 


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