Kassim ’24, Williams ’23, Altschul ’25 Elected to Senate E-Board


Photos courtesy of Brimmer and May School.

The Upper School held its annual Senate elections last week, in which candidates ran for Upper School President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. After speeches and tallying students’ votes, the School determined the election winners.

The Gator sat down with the new Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer to hear about their elections and plans for the upcoming year.

Rowida Kassim ’22 was elected Vice President.

“I ran for Vice President because Brimmer has done a lot for me, and I wanted to be a leader in my community,” Kassim said. “I hope to advocate for grade-level activities and school-wide events next year.”

After serving as Vice President last year, Owen Williams ’22 won the Treasurer position.

“I really love being part of Brimmer and may senate, and I look forward to being able to contribute,” Williams said. “I hope to help keep the records of how much money and keep track of the funding for school dances.”

Stephanie Altschul ’25 will be next year’s Secretary. 

“I decided to run because I really like being part of Senate, and I love hearing from all of my peers,” Altschul said. “I want to make sure all the Senate plans are organized, so everyone knows what’s going on.”

Earlier this month, Daniel Murray ’23 was elected Senate President. Polly Zimmerman ’25 and Tucker Bernon ’25 interviewed Murray on his plans for Senate.