Student Body President
Mikey Jaillet is a senior finance major from Round Rock, Texas. Though originally born in Boston, Massachusetts, he spent most of his childhood in Round Rock, Texas, after living in Idaho and Canada for a few years. Mikey is proud to call Texas his home. Throughout his time in Aggieland, Mikey has been a part of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Lacrosse Team, served as the Philanthropy Chair for the Sigma Chi Fraternity, and was the immediate past Interfraternity Council President. Mikey is so excited to serve as Student Body President and is looking forward to a great year!
Executive Vice President
Howdy! My name is Thomas Barrow, and I am a Senior Communication major from Fort Worth, Texas. I will be serving in the role of Executive Vice President this year. As Executive Vice President, I will be the manager of all the finances within SGA while also assisting the Student Body President on all necessary internal and external matters. This year, my goal is to reach out to as many students as possible and do whatever I can to make Texas A&M a better place for everyone. If there is ever anything you need help with, please do not hesitate to reach out to me!
Chief of Staff
Howdy! My name is Kaci Katusak, I am a business management major from Round Rock, Texas, and I am the loudest and proudest member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2020 (A WHOOP)! This year, I have the privilege of serving as the Chief of Staff within the Executive Branch of Texas A&M SGA. As COS, I help manage our cabinet and all of its members, creating an environment where students are empowered to effectively carry out the SBP’s vision. I am looking forward to working with the student body this year to ensure that all students have their voices heard! Please never hesitate to reach out to me if you have questions!
Operations Executive Vice President
Howdy! My name is Paige Rigsby, and I am excited to serve as the Operations Executive Vice President this year. I am a senior Chemical Engineering major from Garland, TX. As Ops EVP, my primary role is to function as a liaison between the Executive Branch and 13 SGA Committees, as well as be a source of information on the SGA Constitution. I am passionate about giving students all across campus a platform to share their ideas and connect with each other. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
Howdy! My name is Trey Elizondo, and I am senior Agricultural Leadership and Development major from Yoakum, Texas. As Diversity Commissioner, my role is to cultivate the core values of Texas A&M University while enhancing the Aggie experience by working to create an open, welcoming, and cohesive environment on campus. My hope is for all Aggies to feel valued, included, and at home while walking on this campus.
Gregory W. Cross
Vice President of Legislative Relations
Howdy! My name is Gregory W. Cross, and I am your Vice-President of Legislative Relations. I am a Senior History major with a minor in Communication from Oneida, TN. In my role of Vice President of Legislative Relations, members of my commission and I travel to Austin to advocate on behalf of the Student body of Texas A&M. I am always interested in hearing from students and student groups about the issues they are passionate about. When not in Koldus, I can be found at a 12th Man sporting event, whether its basketball, baseball, football, or softball. GIG ’EM, AGS!
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Howdy! My name is Sven Lohse, and I will be serving as your Vice President of Academic Affairs this year. I am a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major from Allen, Texas. My primary role as the Vice President of Academic Affairs is to ensure that Texas A&M’s Academic Programs and Policies provide each student an equal opportunity to a world-class education. If you have any ideas or concerns regarding any issue related to academics, please feel free to reach out! My team and I look forward to assisting you in every way we can to improve your academic experience here at Texas A&M University!
Vice President of Communication
Howdy! My name is Natalie Parks, and I am a Communication major from Denton, Texas. I am honored and thrilled to be able to give back to the greatest university as the Vice President of Communication for the 2019-2020 academic year! My primary job in this role is to effectively support and communicate all initiatives of the Student Body President and Executive Cabinet to both the student body and the Bryan/College Station community. I desire to communicate and empower the student voice through proper communication so that each student feels connected to both Student Government and Texas A&M as well. When I am not SGA-ing, I can be found blogging and spending time with my friends in Class Councils and Kappa Delta. If you have any concerns, questions, or ideas, please do not hesitate to reach out!
Alexandra “AJ” Jaillet
Vice President of University Committees
Howdy! My Name is Alexandra “AJ” Jaillet and I am a Junior Communication major and Business minor from Round Rock, Texas. I have the pleasure of serving as this year’s Vice President of University Committees. I hope to help ensure that there is a strong and passionate student voice included across all of the University Committees by appointing diligent and hardworking students to serve. I will strive to cultivate a transparent and productive relationship between committee leaders and the Executive Cabinet that will help push this university forward. Please never hesitate to reach out to me about an inquiry or any questions/concerns. Thanks and gig’em!
Vice President of Student Services
Howdy! My name is Jake Traylor and I am a business management major with a journalism minor from Gilmer, Texas. I am currently serving as the Vice President of Student Services at Texas A&M. I have served as the Class of 2021 president for the past two years, am an active member in Maroon Coats, attended the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, served as a Fish Camp counselor, participated in a freshman leadership organization called FORME, and I am a student representative on the Visioning for 2030 committee.
Vice President of Tradition Enrichment
Howdy! My name is Chipper Adams, I am a business management major from Tyler, Texas, and I am the loudest and proudest member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2020 (A WHOOP)! This year, I have the privilege of serving as the Vice President of Tradition Enrichment within the Texas A&M SGA. This is a new role this year, but I am excited to see the ways in which Student Government will be able to work to enrich the unique culture of tradition we have here on campus. We will be working closely with student leaders across campus to promote unity across campus; if you want to work with us or learn more about our projects this year, please feel free to reach out!
Howdy, my name is Cale Soudelier, and I am a Senior Business Major from Cypress, Texas. I have the honor of serving as the Development Commissioner for the Student Government Association for this year. In this role I will be in charge of overseeing all fundraising efforts for SGA as well as relaying the message and goal of the Student Government to students, alumni, and donors. Through the extreme generosity of these people, the Student Government Association has and will continue to provide resources and opportunities to all students at Texas A&M.
Vice President of Municipal Affairs
Howdy! My name is Jacquelyn Askew, and I am a senior Biomedical Engineering major while concurrently working on my Masters in Finance. I am a second-generation Aggie from San Diego, California. I am honored to serve as the Vice President of Municipal Affairs this year where my primary focus is to act as a liaison between SGA and the municipalities of Bryan and College Station for the concise, practical, and effective communication of the needs and wants of the students of Texas A&M. I am also passionate about voter involvement and registration, especially among students. Please never hesitate to reach out to me about an inquiry or any questions!