Executive Vice President

Gloria Hulede

Gloria is a senior, a Community Health Major with a minor in Speech and Hearing Science.  Gloria aspires to attend graduate school after receiving her Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Cortland, to pursue the field of Occupational Therapy. She hopes to become a philanthropist for developing African countries. Her biggest dream is to go back to her homeland, Ghana to establish a rehabilitation center for the handicapped as part of her philanthropic acts. She was an RA, an SGA Senator for two years,Treasurer for Pan African Student Association (PASA), Administrative Assistant at West Campus Apartments, and has been involved with the Speech Club (NSSHLA), American Sign Language (ASL) Club, Gospel Choir and Hall Council. Gloria is a very humble and caring person who takes pride in everything that she does, and completes it to the best of her ability. Gloria believes that we can work together to make positive changes at SUNY Cortland.