OU-Tulsa Student Government Association
This mission of OUTSGA is to enhance students' experiences and enable them to gain the most they can from their university education by providing opportunities for each student wishing to participate in activities and programs that contribute to the development of the OU-Tulsa community.
The OU-Tulsa Student Government Association (OUTSGA) meeting dates for the 2019-2020 school are year are as follows at 5:30 p.m. on the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center camous: September 25, November 20 (were located in 1D18). Spring meetings will be held in Innovation Commons on February 26, March 25, and April 22 at 5:30 p.m.
2019-2020 OUTSGA Executive Officers
From left to right: Alisa Dougless (President), Chelsea Ratcliffe (Secretary), Iman Chaudhry (Vice President), E'Ula Green (Treasurer)
Alisa Dougless is a second year student in the Public Administration program with an emphasis on Nonprofits. Her goal for the year is to increase student engagement in OUTSGA through encouraging collaborative partnerships, connecting student groups with community resources and engaging in all our campus has to offer. She is a first generation college student and a member of the Cherokee tribe. She truly believes you have to see the world first hand to appreciate all it has to offer and she's got two continents left and too many countries to count.
Iman Chaudhry is a fourth-year medical student in the OU-TU School of Community Medicine. She is originally from Edmond, OK and received her BS in Chemical Biosciences from the University of Oklahoma in 2015. Chaudhry has previously served as voting representative at OU-Tulsa’s student government for the College of Medicine. She has also served on the environmental sustainability and community outreach committees for student government. Outside of OUTSGA, Chaudhry is involved in assisting with College of Medicine interview days and applicant workshops, helping with MASH Camp and Summer Institute, and volunteering at the Bedlam Evening Clinic. She served as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow last year and created a project aimed at helping women with financial limitations take more proactive role in their health. She is also a member of the OU International Cousins program and graduated from Citizen’s Police Academy on campus. As the Vice-President of OUTSGA, she would like to work to increase inter-department and inter-disciplinary involvement in campus events and programs.
E'Ula Green is a second year, full-time Master of Social Work graduate student. She is a student who is active in a variety of student organizations and fellowships. She served as a voting representative to OUTSGA prior to becoming the current OUTSGA executive officer. She has a strong commitment to providing community to all students, faculty, and staff through conscientious efforts to foster, deepen, and develop experiences of diversity, inclusion, and welcoming of all who come to the University of Oklahoma - Tulsa campus. She believes that everyone should have the support that they need to be successful. By utilizing a strengths-based approach to collaborative leadership, she endeavors to cultivate a genuine spirit of teamwork and unity on the campus by encouraging interdepartmental partnerships and teamwork with a unified purpose. E'ula looks forward to partnering with the entire student body to create a stronger university family for present students as well as a foundation of increased excellence for the future of students to come.
Chelsea Ratcliffe is a second year student in the Masters of Library and Information Studies program. She is from Fort Smith, Arkansas, and received her BA in music and psychology at the University of Central Arkansas. During this time, she was a member of Psi Chi, and played in the Conway Symphony Orchestra. Chelsea now works at OU-Tulsa in the Schusterman Library and is passionate about the arts, activism, education, and information literacy. She is the current secretary of the Oklahoma Library & Information Science student organization (OLISSA) and enjoys volunteering at local libraries in and around Tulsa. She is currently a member of the American Library Association, the Oklahoma Library Association, and the Oklahoma Chapter of the Association of Research and College Libraries. She enjoys reading, crocheting, and playing her cello in her spare time. Chelsea looks forward to serving as the OUTSGA secretary for the 2019-2020 year and is excited to help create opportunities for students to learn together and engage with their communities.