Communication & Development

The Communication & Development Committee helps to maintain a high quality of events by fostering internal relations, recommending changes to the Board’s operations, gathering feedback from students and the campus community, and overseeing all outside communication with the student body.

Contact: sab+cad@truman.edu or Facebook message

 

Noelle Menigoz
Committee Chair

Noelle is a senior Linguistics double major at Truman; her hometown is Atascadero, CA. She joined the board in Spring of 2016, and her favorite SAB event so far has been David Garibaldi. She loves Truman because of the community and ambition of the students. Outside of class and SAB, Noelle is involved in Delta Phi Epsilon and Love Your Melon. Her hobbies include napping, surfing, writing, reading, and running. Noelle’s dream is to work in the FBI in language processing.


Rachel Imming

Rachel is a senior Communication major at Truman; her hometown is in St. Charles, MO. She joined the board in the Spring of 2015, and her favorite SAB event was the Smallpools and Misterwives Concert. She loves Truman because when she walks through campus, she sees so many friendly faces and people she knows, which is something that she feels bigger schools don’t have. Outside of class and SAB, Rachel is involved in Delta Zeta, Club Volleyball, Communication Club, Newman, KTRM, and Up ‘Til Dawn. Her hobbies include hanging with friends, jamming out to music, and spending time with family. Rachel’s dream job would be as an artist manager.


Alison Crew

Alison is a senior Athletic Training major at Truman; her hometown is Chillicothe, IL. She joined the board in the Spring of 2016, and her favorite SAB event was The Final Blowout. She loves Truman because of the deep connections and relationships she has formed with both professors and fellow students. Outside of class and SAB, Alison also is involved in West Campus Hall Council. Her hobbies include cooking, netflix-ing, reading, and studying athletic training. Alison’s dream is to go to grad school, then work in a high school.