Class Representatives

Senior Class Representatives

Katie Hendrikson is from South St. Paul, Minnesota, and is a double major in History and Political Science with a minor in International Studies. She enjoys working in the Admissions Office and is part of Launching Luther Leaders, Tau Delta Gamma Sorority, and Inter-Greek Council.

Linh Ngyen Le hails from Vietnam. People remember her most by her enthusiasm, responsibility, and ability to problem solve. Being a member of the ASAA, the SPC, and Cantorei Choir has helped her approach different aspects of Luther’s community.

Paul Clark is an environmental studies and philosophy major from Denver, Colorado. At Luther, he participates in student senate and philosophy society. He is excited to help make Luther a better place for all students.

Junior Class Representatives

Annie Weinberg is a social work major with a communications minor, from Clive, Iowa. Outside of student senate, Annie is involved with Dance Marathon, Luther College Wellness, Student Philanthropy Council and works off-campus at the Decorah Hatchery.

Corey Hummel serves as the Student Senates Committee Head to the Student Leadership Committee. He is a Political Science major and a Music minor from Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition to Student Senate, Corey is involved in KWLC.

Janet Irankunda is from Coon Rapids, Minnesota. She is pursuing a Music major with an Education minor.

Sophomore Class Representatives

John Lof is from Grinnell, Iowa and is a Political Science major.

Joeseph Keeley is studying History and Political Science at Luther, and she is passionate about empowering all students. She is honored to serve all students!

Sean Mckenzie is a double major in Biology and Environmental Studies from Des Moines, Iowa.

First Year Class Representatives

Ben Seavey

Bergen Gardner is from Stoughton, Wisconsin and is undecided on her major. She enjoys being the First Year Class Rep for Ylvisaker and being the Advertising Representative for Chips Newspaper.

Megan Hillesheim is from Mankato, Minnesota and has an undeclared major. Megan is involved in Aurora Choir, Food Council, and Speech and Debate. Her goal is to share the voices of the first-years, as well as the rest of the community, to help promote an inclusive and positive environment on the Luther Campus.