Koryn Isa, '24 

Hello, ND! My name is Koryn Isa, and I am a senior from Honolulu, Hawai’i. On campus, I live in McGlinn Hall and I am majoring in Biological Sciences with a minor in Health, Humanities, and Society. I have had the privilege of serving in the Student Union for all four of my years at Notre Dame, serving as FYCC Vice President in the 2020-2021 term and as Judicial Council Vice President of Elections for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 term. In addition to my work with Judicial Council, I am the President of the Hawai’i Club on campus as well as an undergraduate research assistant in the Stack Lab at the Harper Cancer Research Institute.

As Judicial Council President for the 2023-2024 term, my priorities are as follows:

1. Clean, Transparent, and Engaging Elections: Increase voter turnout by improving election advertising and allowing the Election Committee to have greater outreach and engagement with the Notre Dame student body. Decreasing allegations and sanctioning by increasing candidate awareness of campaign rules and clarifying some of the most common points of confusion during elections.

2. Constitutional and Organizational Reform: Continue to evaluate the structural and procedural issues within the Constitution and continue to work to ensure maximal efficiency of the Student Union.

3. Peer Advocacy as an Institutional Presence: Increase the awareness and accessibility of the Peer Advocacy program through improved outreach and engagement with the student body.