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Top Four

The SGA Executive branch consists of the SGA Executive Cabinet, which is made up of the President, Executive Vice President (EVP), Academic Vice President (AVP), and the Services Vice President (SVP). Assisted by an executive staff, the top four officers are chiefly responsible for representing student interests to external government influences, administering the policies, procedures, and programs of the SGA, soliciting the opinions and concerns of the student body, and serving as liaisons to U of L administration.

Carrie Mattingly

SGA President

Carrie is a senior Economics and Political Science major with a minor in Sociology from Lexington, KY. She has been involved in the Student Government Association since her freshman year, when she served as the president of the Freshmen Arts & Sciences Council and as a Task Force Freshman to the Academic Vice President. As a sophomore, Carrie served as an A&S Senator, earning the award for Senator of the Year after authoring and passing numerous pieces of legislation regarding college affordability and student engagement. Most recently, Carrie worked as Academic Vice President representing student academic interests to university faculty and administration. Carrie is extremely excited to use her experience to lead SGA into the 2013-2014 academic year.

Carrie is also involved in the university Honors Program and Greek Life. She spends her spare time spending time with UofL friends and co-workers and supporting Cardinal Athletics!

 

Elizabeth Delaney

Executive Vice President

Elizabeth is a senior Cultural Anthropology major with a minor in History from Falmouth, KY. Elizabeth has been involved in the Student Government Association since her Freshmen Year as a member of the Task Force Freshmen Program, which she served as the director her Sophomore year. Junior year, Elizabeth served as a Senator for the College of Arts & Sciences and was named the Undergraduate Senator of the Year. Elizabeth looks forward to serving this year as the 2013-2014 Executive Vice President and working to create a more productive senate and working with initiatives regarding facilities.

Elizabeth is also involved in the University of Louisville Dance Marathon, Greek Life, Student Orientation Staff, and loves University of Louisville Athletics. Go Cards!

Grant Ford

Academic Vice President

Grant is a senior Finance major with a minor in Marketing in UofL’s College of Business. Grant has been involved with the programming arm of the Student Government Association, the Student Activities Board as Chair of Campus Life. Grant is looking forward to serving the student body as Academic Vice President-overseeing academic initiatives and representing students in the Faculty Senate. Grant has also been involved on campus as a Reach Ambassador Student Mentor, member of Greek Life and Cardinal Ambassador.

Morgan Jenny

Services Vice President

Morgan is a senior history major with a concentration in the medieval period from Paducah, Kentucky. Morgan spent her senior year in North Carolina where she graduated from Topsail High School. Morgan has thoroughly enjoyed her time at the University of Louisville and has been involved in the Student Government Association since her Freshmen Year, where she regularly attended senate meetings and was an Arts and Sciences Senator her Junior year. She is a Freshman LEAD Alumna, where she served as the Senior Student Director her Junior year. Morgan has also served as a member of the Engage. Lead. Serve Board, The Student Conduct Hearing Board, and was a REACH ambassador as a sophomore. She is currently involved in Greek Life as a member of Chi Omega Women’s Fraternity and regularly participates in the many vibrant philanthropic opportunities Louisville has to offer. Morgan looks forward to serving this year as the 2013-2014 Services Vice President, where she plans on accommodating our growing campus life by advocating for an evening shuttle service, wireless printing in the library, increased meal swipe options, as well as engaging students in a sustainable life style.

Morgan’s top five strengths are Individualization, empathy, developer, achiever, and context. She welcomes the ideas of other students and appreciates all feedback. Look for her in the SGA office, in the classroom, or in the stands, cheering on her beloved cards. All Hail!

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