Key Club announces executive board for new school year

Kimberly Yiv gives her candidate speech during Key Club on Jan. 28. She has been elected as the VP of Community Service for the 2014-2015 school year. "Being VP of Community Service has always been a huge goal of mine. I am very excited for the upcoming year in Key Club and I can't wait to see how next year goes!" Yiv said.
Photo Credit: Emily Yu
Kimberly Yiv gives her candidate speech during Key Club on Jan. 28. She has been elected as the VP of Community Service for the 2014-2015 school year. "Being VP of Community Service has always been a huge goal of mine. I am very excited for the upcoming year in Key Club and I can't wait to see how next year goes!" Yiv said.  Photo Credit: Emily Yu
Kimberly Yiv gives her candidate speech during the Jan. 28 Key Club meeting. She has been elected as the VP of Community Service for the 2014-2015 school year. “Being VP of Community Service has always been a huge goal of mine. I am very excited for the upcoming year in Key Club and I can’t wait to see how next year goes!” Yiv said.
Photo Credit: Emily Yu

Key Club executive board elections for the 2014-2015 school year were held at the Jan. 23 meeting.

“The election went great! We had more candidates run this year than we had in the previous year, so it was a good outcome overall,” President Lea Ligutom said.

The following are the newly elected Key Club executive board members for the 2014-2015 school year:

  • President: Lichelle Gaerlan
  • VP of Community Service: Kimberly Yiv
  • VP of Fundraising: Ghaylbreann Ferraer
  • Secretary: Desiree Galera
  • Historian: Bryce Cacpal
  • Bulletin Editor: Rodney Tan

“I’m super excited to get to work with our upcoming members and newly elected board. This just means there’s another chance to meet new people, go to more events, and make new memories,” Secretary Desiree Galera said.

Positions that are still being evaluated by the newly elected board are:

  • Community Service Chair
  • Fundraising Chair
  • Spirit Chair
  • Member Recognition

“No one has taken any interest in the position of member recognition, so hopefully that position may be filled soon,” Gaerlan said.