CCSG President Jalon Alexander Resigns
In a press release issued earlier this evening, the Council of Commonwealth Student Governments announced that their president, Jalon Alexander, has formally resigned.
Alexander was elected last spring alongside vice president Molly Droelle to lead the organization that “[advocates] for the Penn State Commonwealth Campuses by providing effective opportunities for communication and growth while promoting unity and legislative change for Penn State students.”
Per the organization’s constitution, Droelle will fill the role of president, and a special election will take place in the coming weeks to fill the vice presidential seat.
At this time no further information on the nature of Alexander’s resignation, but we will update this post as it becomes available.
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