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Maddie Carson (she/her)

Maddie Carson is a third-year Industrial and Systems Engineering major from Westerville, Ohio and currently serves as the Chair of the Undergraduate Caucus in USG. In this role, Maddie oversees policy initiatives and undergraduate student representation on University Committees including University Senators. Some projects Maddie has worked on this past year include championing the Pass/No Pass legislation for Fall semester through the University Senate, working on various sustainability initiatives such as carbon emission reductions, and standardizing the mental health withdrawal policy. She recently led the planning of an event with OSU Football Head Coach, Ryan Day, to give a keynote on the stigma around mental health. In previous roles, she partnered with the Office of Institutional Equity and other student organizations to reform sexual violence education, create the Parenting and Pregnant Student Support Committee, and create #MeToo Week. Being born and raised in central Ohio, Maddie grew up surrounded by the Ohio State community. Even as a kindergartner, her goal was to one day go to Ohio State and be a part of the tradition and excellence. Throughout her college career, Maddie has worked to hold the university to these expectations. Maddie wants each and every Buckeye to feel heard, included, and at home as a member of this community.

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Sri Uppalapati (he/him)

Sri Uppalapati is a third-year Engineering Physics major from Beachwood, Ohio which is a bit outside of Cleveland. Sri was not born into the buckeye-world like his running mate Maddie, however he has acclimated himself and now considers OSU his home. Sri is currently serving as the Director of Academic Affairs in USG, where he oversees academic policy and projects within the Undergraduate Student Government, and the university as a whole. Some of those projects and initiatives include Carmen accessibility, affordable textbooks, teaching resources for online classes, and advocating for COAM reform. Sri is an active Morrill Scholar, and is passionate about making sure that students of all identities can come to OSU for an equitable academic and holistic experience. Through his involvement with both MSP and USG, Sri has been inspired to run by his amazing role models who enact change, most notably, his big sister, who is also a fellow buckeye!

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