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The Executive Council is the governing body of the Student Government Association. It includes the President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Chairperson of the Campus Activities Board, Chief of Staff, Chairperson of the Men's Affairs Board, and the Chairperson of the Women's Affairs Board. If you see an issue on campus, have an idea for improvement, or question, contact one of these students!
My name is Rowan St. John, and I am honored to serve as SGA President this year. I am a senior Finance major from Mesquite, Texas, which is a suburb of Dallas. I have served on SGA since my freshman year: two years as a senator, and last year as Vice-President of Executive Council. I also serve as a Resident Assistant in the New Men’s Residence Hall. Both of these positions have helped me reach out to people that I would not have met otherwise, and I am excited to serve the student body through my senior year as President.
“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” Matthew 5:1
Rowan St. John
My name is Brayden West, and I am so honored to spend my senior year serving as the Vice President of SGA and President of Student Senate. I have served on the legislative branch of the Student Government Association as a senator since my freshman year at MC. The legislative branch of SGA exists to serve as a voice for students through student initiatives. It is my hope that as Vice President, I can get all of my fellow peers involved in these initiatives we bring to Senate, through conversation, surveys, social media, and outreach efforts. I also hope to actively inform students on all actions we take as SGA, so that they can be adequately educated. Lastly, but certainly not least, my hope is that I, alongside every student in SGA, am able to leave Mississippi College a better place that how I found it, not only for current students but for all students in the future. If you ever have any concerns about any initiatives or have any ideas for new legislation, please let me know! I am always looking for new ways to better our campus, and I am incredibly excited for the opportunities this year will bring!
"Many are the plans in a person's heart, but it is the Lord's purpose that prevails." –Proverbs 19:21
My name is Bonnie Slattery, and I am from Houston, TX. I am a senior marketing major with a Spanish minor. I have served on Campus Activities Board since the fall of my freshman year and could not be more excited to step into this role of CAB Chairperson. CAB's purpose is to wholeheartedly serve campus by throwing unique, exciting events for all students with the hope of creating a more united, wonderful atmosphere here. With that in mind, we strive to reach every corner of campus and give students the events that they will enjoy. I have the pleasure of working with nearly 30 other incredibly talented and caring individuals who make CAB what it is. I am honored to have the opportunity to work alongside the rest of CAB, SGA, and Administration to make this campus an even better place to be than it was when I first got here. "For no one has ever seen God, but if we love one another, God lives in us and His love is made complete in us." - 1 John 4:12
Campus Activities Board Chairperson
My name is Annsley McRae, and I will be serving as the Secretary of Executive Council. I am a junior Marketing student from Tishomingo, Mississippi. I've served as a Senator for one year and this will be my first year on Executive Council. I hope to step into this role to serve the rest of our EC, administration and the student body. Following graduation, I plan to pursue a career in advertising and promotion and eventually large event coordinating. I cannot wait to be a part of helping Mississippi College reach her full potential!
My name is Mary Beth Hughes, and I am honored to serve as this year's Chief Justice. I am a senior Sports Media major from Denham Springs, LA. In 2015 I had the privilege of serving on Judicial Council and this year I am so excited to serve as a member of SGA Executive Council. I am a member of Laguna Social Tribe, Mortar Board, Scouts, and the Crew. I also serve as the sideline reporter for the MC Sports Media Team. I look forward to serving the student body this year!
Mary Beth Hughes
My name is John Williams, and I have the absolute honor to serve on Executive Council as Christian Development Coordinator. I am a senior from Neely, Mississippi, majoring in Biology-Medical Sciences and minoring in Christian Studies & Philosophy, and I’ve had the privilege of serving as a part of the Christian Development Leadership Team and as part of SGA for the past three years by being on the Campus Activities Board and by serving as a class officer. After graduating, I plan on attending either medical school or seminary; although I do not know which, I know that I will be happy wherever I am as long as I am making disciples.
Psalm 147:4 says that “He determines the number of the stars; He gives to them their names.” With the Hubble space telescope, we know that there are about 10 billion galaxies in the observable universe. All things considered, if each galaxy contained the average number of 100 billion stars per galaxy, then there are about 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (1 billion trillion) stars just in the observable universe. We serve a big God who is capable of doing big things and I yearn to see him work miracles in the hearts and lives of the Mississippi College student body.
Christian Development Chairperson
My name is Austin McCarty, and I am a Junior Finance major from Flowood, Mississippi. For the past 3 years, I have served both SGA and campus by being a member of the Campus Activities Board. This year, I have the honor of serving as the Treasurer of the Student Government Association. I am excited to work with the Athletic Department in raising money for our philanthropy, Make-a-Wish. I am also excited to be a member of Executive Council, and represent the student body.
My name is Taylor Langele, and I am honored to serve the student body of Mississippi College as Chief of Staff for this academic year. I am a Senior English Literature Major and Biblical Languages Minor from the town of Brandon, MS. Upon graduation I intend on attending Western Theological Seminary in Portland, OR. As to my involvement on campus, I have been a resident assistant for the past three years as well as a member of Shawreth Men's club and the Service Chairmen of Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society. I am excited about this new opportunity to serve the student body and help push our SGA to excellence.
Chief of Staff
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