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.
Victoria is a senior History and Political Science major with a minor in Women and Gender Studies from Auburn, KY. She has been involved in the Student Government Association since her freshman year, when she served as a Task Force Freshman to the Student Supreme Court. Most recently, Victoria served as the president of the Arts & Sciences Student Council representing nearly 10,000 A&S students along with the other senators and as Senate Speaker. Victoria is extremely excited to use her experience to lead SGA into the 2015-2016 academic year.
As well as SGA President, she serves as the student member of the University Board of Trustees and also serves on many university-wide committees representing her peers. Victoria is also proudly involved in the McConnell Scholars, Harlan Scholars, Porter Scholars, and Chi Omega Sorority.
Alex is a junior Biology major pursuing Dental School from Louisville, KY. Alex has been involved with Student Government since his sophomore year when he served as a Senator for the College of Arts & Sciences and sat on many Academic Committees (21st Century General Education Comm.; Task Force for Tuition and Fee Setting). Outside of Student Government, Alex is a Cardinal Ambassador, he has been an active member of the Student Activities Board since he came to UofL, was on Student Orientation Staff during the Summer of 2015, is a Brother of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and is in the Honors Scholars Program. Alex is incredibly excited to reach out to all of the Student Body and keep a clear agenda for the upcoming year.