Oklahoma City University News
Oklahoma City University Elects New Student Leadership
OKLAHOMA CITY – Students at Oklahoma City University have elected three of their classmates to lead the upcoming academic year.
Oklahoma City resident John Riesenberg, a 2007 graduate of Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School, will serve as the student body president for the 2010-2011 school year. Riesenberg is an economics senior minoring in mathematics. Last year, he served as president of Kappa Sigma fraternity. Riesenberg is also a member of the OCU Rowing Team and as student body president will serve on the OCU Board of Trustees.
Justin Dametz, of Benton, Kan., a 2007 graduate of Circle High School, will lead student government as the vice president of student senate. Dametz is a senior, majoring in political science with an emphasis in public policy. He is involved in the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature, Phi Alpha Delta and Young Democrats, and is an intern with the Jari Askins for Governor Campaign.
Entertainment Business senior Leah Diaz will serve as vice president for student activities. Diaz is a graduate of Kent-Meridian High School in Kent, Wash.
Riesenberg, Dametz and Diaz will manage and appropriate nearly $250,000 in student funds, as well as plan and execute campus activities during the academic year.