Current Officers

Liam Mclean

Position title: Senior Class President


As a homegrown Wisconsinite from Milwaukee, majoring in Political Science with certificates in Entrepreneurship and Leadership, Liam sought to shift the paradigm of UW’s culture and challenge norms. In his sophomore year he served as the president of the Interfraternity Council, prompting relevant activism and dialogues of understanding that had long been neglected. Following graduation, Liam intends to continue his education and attend law school. For now Liam, as senior class president, will maximize the senior class’ potential and increase the value of UW. Whether it’s implementing the first ever SCO engagement director, or delivering impactful experiences, Liam has been, and will unapologetically continue to be, a constructively disruptive force for the culture and the university he cherishes.

Margo Wyatt

Position title: Senior Class Vice President


From the Milwaukee suburbs, Margo is pursuing a double major in Political Science and International Studies with a certificate in European Studies. Outside of her academic experiences, Margo has been active in multiple political student organizations on campus, volunteering for campaigns in the Madison community, and being an active member of Delta Gamma. In her free time, Margo loves walking to Picnic Point on the Lakeshore path, grabbing coffee with friends, or watching one of the amazing sunsets on the terrace. As vice president, Margo has aimed to amplify underrepresented communities and their voices, and make UW a place for all students to look back at and call home. Following graduation, Margo will be moving to Washington, D.C. to work at the U.S. House of Representatives.

Gina Musso

Position title: Senior Class Events Director


From the southwest side of Chicago, Gina came to UW-Madison to pursue a degree in Strategic Communications, Reporting, and Political Science. On campus, she served as the Panhellenic Association president, overseeing the largest women’s organization on campus, including the 13 Panhellenic sororities. She also served as the college news editor and features editor for The Daily Cardinal, where she wrote over 70 articles. On campus, Gina enjoyed getting involved with Curb Magazine, Open Mic Nights at the Terrace, Rath cheese curds, acting in Humorology shows, and being an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Upon graduation, Gina plans to pursue a consulting job in Chicago, and she plans to visit Madison for summer nights at the Terrace and Badger games.

Kevin Jacobson

Position title: Senior Class Communications Director


Kevin is originally from Brookfield, Wisconsin. He is pursuing a BA in Political Science and Communication Arts. Since coming to UW Madison, Kevin has been involved in a variety of organizations and worked throughout the UW Madison community. He has previously worked for Badgers Vote and at ASM as the shared governance campaign director and currently serves on the Student Services Finance Committee and as student activity center governing board chair. Outside of the university, Kevin has interned for the State Treasurer’s Office and the State Assembly. He is currently enrolled in the accelerated masters program with the La Follette School for Public Affairs. In his free time he enjoys reading, hiking, and hanging out with friends.

Parham Abunasr-Shiraz

Position title: Senior Class Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Director


Born in Sweden to Iranian parents, Parham has plenty of stamps in his passport. At a young age he swooped across the Atlantic Ocean with his family to Milwaukee. From early on, Parham has been surrounded by diverse cultures, communities, and perspectives. His experiences have led to active leadership roles in Pi Kappa Phi and serving as the first vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion on the Interfraternity Council. Parham has also been engaged as a mentor at the Center for Academic Excellence, an enriching community of students who have been historically underrepresented in higher education. As DEI director of the Senior Class Office, Parham hopes to use his platform to represent unheard voices and prompt challenging but necessary conversations surrounding campus.

Erin Shoemaker

Position title: Senior Class Philanthropy Director


A native of Minnesota, Erin swapped her Gopher gear for Badger gear and headed to UW-Madison to pursue degrees in Neurobiology and Economics, as well as a certificate in Health and the Humanities. On campus, Erin has held leadership positions in a number of student organizations, including serving as the president of Gamma Phi Beta. As philanthropy director, Erin hopes to create ongoing initiatives that will leave tangible impacts on Madison and promote the welfare of others in meaningful ways for years to come. From her days in Sellery to the day of graduation, Erin has adopted the work-hard-play-hard mentality of a true Wisconsin Badger; you can find her at Camp Randall on Saturday afternoons, but she’ll never miss the opening of College Library on Sunday morning.

Molly Nooyen

Position title: Senior Class Engagement Director


Originally from Rockford, Minnesota, Molly moved to Wisconsin to pursue degrees in Biology and Global Health with a certificate in Leadership. During her undergraduate career, Molly has been passionate about bettering the community that she loves through her positions as the director of service through Alpha Phi Omega as well as the director of campus and community engagement through the Wisconsin Alumni Student Board. Serving as the first engagement director, she hopes to bring the students and surrounding community of UW–Madison together so that they can work to both improve and celebrate the university as a whole. Upon graduation, Molly will be going on to medical school while keeping the lessons she learned as a badger close to her heart.