The La Follette School Student Association (LSSA) hosts social events, connects students to community service opportunities, coordinates and raises funds for the graduation celebration, maintains an avenue for student input into the Master of Public Affairs and Master of International Public Affairs programs, and provides students with connections to La Follette alumni.
LSSA meets regularly during the academic year to discuss and act on topics ranging from faculty issues, alumni event plans, and social events to the school's graduation celebration, course work, and fund-raising efforts.
We encourage new students to get involved in LSSA events.
The secretary also serves as the program liaison and attends La Follette School department meetings; gauges and communicates the opinions of students, representing their interests to faculty and staff; and communicates faculty and staff perspectives, initiatives, and priorities to students.
Diversity and Inclusion Officers
Nathaniel Haack, Shireen Ohadi-Hamadani
Community Service and Outreach Coordinators
Chris Webb, Hannah Stewart
The community service and outreach coordinator puts the natural inclination of La Follette School students to be public servants into action by giving them the chance to serve their community through helping voluntary organizations around Madison.
Amanda Hejna, John Holland
The social coordinator plans social events throughout the year. The coordinator welcomes suggestions from all La Follette School students, first and second years.
Nikolai Kapustin, Jackson Parr
The graduation coordinator organizes and executes the La Follette School's graduation celebration in May. This person works throughout the year planning music, decorations, flowers, programs, appetizers, and other details. Those interested in event planning or those who have experience planning celebratory events, please consider helping out (first-year students are strongly encouraged to volunteer).
Kyle Stanley, Michael Caniglia
The fund-raising coordinator carries out projects to raise money for the student association. First- and second-year La Follette School students interested in volunteering to write grants and plan fund-raising activities should contact the fund-raising coordinator.