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.
Monali is a senior Biology and Psychology major from Louisville, 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 and Freshman LEAD. As a sophomore, Monali served as an A&S Senator as well as a REACH Ambassador. Most recently, Monali served as the president of the Arts & Sciences Student Council representing nearly 10,000 A&S students along with the other senators. Monali is extremely excited to use her experience to lead SGA into the 2014-2015 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. Monali is also proudly involved in the Pre-Dental Society and Kappa Delta Sorority.
Ross is a senior Health and Human Performance major. He has been involved in the Student Government Association as a College of Education and Human Development Senator during the 2013-2014 school year. Outside of Student Government, Ross has served as a First Year Guide and Resident Assistant. He also currently works as a CAPS Leader, Student Athletic Trainer, and as a Member of the Student Orientation Staff. Ross also involved in Beta Theta Pi Fraternity as their Vice President of Recruitment. He is exited to work as the SGA Executive Vice President this upcoming year.
Allie is a senior Philosophy and Political Science major and Economics minor from Louisville, KY. She has been involved in the Student Government Association since her freshman year as a member in the Task Force Freshmen Program and Freshmen LEAD. During her sophomore year, Allie served in the Student Activities Board and as a REACH Ambassador. As a Junior, Allie was the Engaging Issues Vice Chair in Student Activities Board, an Arts and Sciences Senator and a REACH academic tutor. Allie is excited to share her passions for SGA and the University during her Academic Vice President term.
Outside of Student Government, Allie is a Peer Advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences and a proud member of Greek life. She hopes to pursue a graduate degree in International Affairs after graduation.