2013-14 Interfaith President Sid Sapru named to VU Board of Trust
As we tearfully say goodbye to our graduating Seniors, our outgoing Interfaith Council President Sid Sapru will be still involved with Vanderbilt for a few more years to come. As voted in by his peers, Sid has been elected to the Young Alumni seat for the Vanderbilt Board of Trust for a four year term. We are very pleased to have a strong voice for Religious and Spiritual Life on campus as a part of our Board of Trust.
Sid is from Naperville, Illinois and has helped coordinate multiple events promoting dialogue between different parts of campus as president of the Vanderbilt Interfaith Council. He also maintained a strong commitment to promoting informed political dialogue on campus as president of the Vanderbilt Political Review. Sapru served as a residential adviser on the Highland and Kissam quadrangles. He took part in some of Vanderbilt’s largest multicultural productions and helped allocate more than $1.7 million in funding to student organizations through the Student Government’s AcFee Committee. After graduation from the College of Arts and Science, Sapru will join Bain & Company, a management consulting firm.
Read the full list of new appointments to the Board of Trust here.