Senior President: Grant Schooling
Grant is from the lovely town of Chico, California and joined the SAS community in 2017, having moved around the world for the US Department of State. As President of Spotlight on Staff, together with his officership in the National Honor Society, Grant works to recognize the wonderful staff of Singapore American School through staff appreciation events, advocacy, and other initiatives. Furthermore, as an officer of the Global Issues Network (GIN), Grant has attended GIN conferences in Asia and worked to organize the SAS OriGIN conference in May 2019. Grant also works as a Vice-President of Givo to host workshops for struggling clubs and facilitate their growth in the SAS service community. Outside of SAS, Grant is an Eagle Scout and is involved with Troop 10 of the Boy Scouts of America in Singapore. He is currently serving as Junior Assistant Scoutmaster after three terms as Senior Patrol Leader and will become an Assistant Scoutmaster when he turns 18 in January 2020.
Senior Vice President: Joy Jaensubhakij
Joy Jaensubhakij was born in Singapore, only to move to New York shortly after in 2003. In 2011, her family moved to London, before moving back to Singapore in 2013. This is Joy’s fifth year at SAS. Joy’s love and interest for service sparked with her younger brother, who has Down Syndrome. She spent a lot of her childhood going to fundraising events and helping out in his special needs classroom. She is an officer of Friends of Genesis, a club started by her older sister that works with the Genesis School for Special Education. Joy is also very involved with READ Bhutan, a club that works to reshape the education system in rural Bhutan. In her spare time, Joy loves perfecting her Pinterest aesthetic and drinking unhealthy amounts of tea. She is also involved with Drama Club, Dance Club, the Pitches, and is Co-President of SAS’s Happy Feet program.
Senior Vice President: SJ Jain
Satvik Jain, or SJ as he’s come to be known, was born in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois; he lived here for ten years, but is of Indian descent and heritage. Then, him and his family moved to Singapore and he has attended Singapore American School since the middle of third grade. In his spare time, SJ loves to spend time with his friends, play poker, watch Netflix, read the news, and often travels with his family. At school, he is extremely involved in TASSEL and has been an officer since the beginning of freshman year. Aside from helping to plan TASSEL’s galas and events, he is also a member on the Walk for Water Executive team. Outside of the service world, SJ is also an avid debater. He is pioneering the first ever SASMUN conference and has attended over 13 conferences. Additionally, he is an officer of Harvard Model Congress. He also loves working out and golfing.
Junior Vice President: Cal Galicia
Cal Galicia was born in Manhattan before moving to Connecticut, where he lived until 2008, finally moving to Singapore. Cal began service by helping Typhoon Haiyan survivors by carolling with his friends, performing at office parties and friends’ homes. He still provides aid to the Philippines as an officer of GK, and when not doing service he can be found on the field practicing baseball, or taking photos around SG. He’s constantly talking about the genius of Damian Chazelle and La La Land, almost too much at times.
Junior Vice President: Alli Mulqueen
In her sixteen years on this Earth, Alli has moved nine times and has previously resided in Kuwait and across the US in several states. Alli is currently lucky enough to call Singapore her home, since settling in the little red dot four years ago. As a co-president of the READ Bhutan service club, Alli works to catalyze prosperity in rural communities of Bhutan through promoting literacy. She is also heavily involved with the service-oriented club Hope for Heroes which supports Yangon Children’s Hospital in its efforts to offer art and music education programs to pediatric patients. Aside from service, some of Alli’s favorite activities include spending time with people she loves, perusing Japanese bookstores, and writing at odd hours of the night. In addition, it should be known that Alli requires frequent high doses of peanut butter and coffee in order to function like a somewhat normal human. This is her first year serving on ESC.