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!
Anthony P. Jackson is a senior Political Science major with a minor in History from Mound Bayou, Mississippi. He was a member of the Choctaws football team for 3 years and a member of the Campus Activities Board prior to serving in his new role as the SGA President. He has also served as an orientation leader and now serves as the Captain of the Mock Trial team. Anthony is excited to work alongside administration and students to improve Mississippi College. Overall, Anthony wants to revitalize the atmosphere, reconstruct student morale, and restore Choctaw Pride.
Alex Rodriguez is a junior Business Administration Major with a Minor in Music from Houston, Texas. He has served SGA as a senator for two years and now as the SGA Vice President. He has also been involved in the following organizations on campus: Symphonic Winds, Jazz band, Mock Trial, and as a Resident Assistant. Alex plans as SGA Vice President to give a voice to those that are misrepresented and is excited to do so for the 2017-2018 school year.
Leah Trainer is a senior Communications Major from Daphne, AL. Leah is over joyous to be serving in the position of Campus Activities Board Chair. She has witnessed former CAB chair, Justin Hopkins, execute the responsibilities with excellence and selflessness and hopes to emulate the same. Leah orchestrated the details of last years Lighting of the Quad and a new event called Relaxation Day. She learned a lot through those experiences and hopes to continue to learn while in her new position. Leah is looking towards a year of creativity, growth, and fun for all of Campus and the individuals that make up CAB.
Garrett Smith will have the honor of serving as your new SGA Secretary for the 2017-2018 academic school year. He is a senior, double majoring in Chemistry and Marketing from Brookhaven, MS, where he graduated from Brookhaven Academy. He is an active member of Civitan as well as a part of Crew, Orientation, Mortar Board, and the Council. He’s served as a Senator for six semesters now, and this will be his first year on Executive Council. He believes his experiences and connections throughout Mississippi College will serve him well as SGA Secretary. His goal is to work with the Vice President to keep students informed about SGA through social media, Senate minutes, and through contact with his peers.
Analyse served on the Judicial Council in 2017-2018, and is a senior from Petal, MS, majoring in Criminal Justice, Homeland Security and minoring in Psychology and Political Science. She is a member of Laguna Social Tribe, Mortar Board, and Lambda Alpha Epsilon (Criminal Justice Club). Analyse is a Telecounselor for the Choctawk and Director of Recruitment for the 2018 Rush Season. She is very excited to serve on the Executive Council and to serve the student body this year.
Christian Development Chairperson
Aly Travani is a senior history major and English writing minor from West Palm Beach, FL. She served on SGA as a member of the Christian Development Team for two years and now serves on the executive council as Christian Development Coordinator. In addition to being a former volleyball player at MC, Aly has been involved in many organizations on campus including Mortar Board, Homecoming Committee, TurningPoint USA, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Alpha Theta, and Kissimee Social Tribe. She was also a tutor in the Writing Center and has been involved in theater productions at MC. Aly is a member of Grace City Church in Jackson and is a leader in its student ministry.
Sam Stevens is a senior Finance major from Ridgeland, Mississippi. He has served on SGA for one year as a Senator, and now as the SGA Treasurer. She has also been a part of many organizations on campus: Kokoa Men's Service Club, Nenamoosha Social Tribe, Business School Advisory Board, Mortar Board, and is a student Director of MC's FLIP Program. Sam's goals for SGA is to partner Student Government with other organizations to raise money for our philanthropies, as well as help the class officers with their budgeting and financial responsibilities. Sam is most excited about trying to make a lasting impact on Mississippi College with his fellow Executive Council members.
Chief of Staff
Kyle is a senior Accounting major from Petal, Mississippi. This will be his second year in student government. Last year Kyle was a first year Junior senator. He will be serving this year as SGA president Annsley McRae's Chief of Staff. Kyle also is apart of the Mississippi College baseball team. He is very excited to work with the rest of the executive council, class presidents, and fellow MC students this upcoming year.