Speaker of the Undergraduate Senate
Trevor Pugh (He/Him/His) is a junior studying Public Health and Law at American University. Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, he came here for the political atmosphere and vast amount of opportunities that D.C. has to offer. Before becoming Speaker, Trevor served as a Senator for the Class of 2020 in the previous senate where he focused on accountability and transparency of AUSG. He also served as the President of the Letts, Clark, and Roper Hall Council in the RHA where he worked in both positions to make AU more enjoyable for students.
As Speaker for the 13th Undergraduate Senate, Trevor looks forward to helping senators achieve the goals they set out to accomplish. He wants to make this Senate more productive, more accessible, and more transparent than it has ever been before. His largest goal as Speaker is to bridge the disconnect between the student body and the Student Government and show students that the Undergraduate Senate is a resource for students to use as a conduit for change on campus.
When not working for the Undergraduate Senate, Trevor can be found hanging around campus and D.C. appreciating the various coffee shops they have to offer. He thoroughly enjoys Netflix, watching movies, reading, and hanging out with friends. He also listens to too much Pop and EDM while dreaming of owning numerous German Shepards and Siberian Huskies.