Student Body President
Howdy! My name is Amy Sharp, and I am excited to serve as Student Body President this year. I am a senior Business Honors and Management double major major from Conroe, TX. As Student Body President, my primary role is to amplify student voices to any platform necessary to improve the quality of the Aggie Experience.
Executive Vice President / Interim Diversity Commissioner
Howdy my name is Valentina Tovar and I am a senior Political Science major from Colombia but grew up in Austin, Texas! I am so excited to get to serve as the Executive Vice President for this year. I will be supporting the the Student Body President and acting on her behalf in internal and external matters whenever it is necessary. I also manage the overall finances for the executive branch. My goal is to help the Student Body President represent students across campus and improve the quality of everyone’s experience at Texas A&M. If there is absolutely anything I can help with please do not hesitate to contact me.
Chief of Staff
Howdy! My name is Paige Rigsby, and I am excited to serve as Chief of Staff this year. I am a junior Chemical Engineering major from Garland, TX. As Chief of Staff, my primary role is to empower and equip my fellow Executive Cabinet members through accountability, organization, and communication. I aim to be an advocate for students, and am happy to listen to any ideas you may have on how to increase awareness of student health resources, embrace the student diversity at Texas A&M, better SGA correspondence with students, or improve campus and student life in other ways. Please feel free to reach out!
Operations Executive Vice President
Howdy! My name is Sarah Swiney, and I am a junior Nutritional Sciences Major from Richardson, Texas. I have the pleasure of serving as the Operations Executive Vice President for this upcoming year. In my role, I will serve as the primary liaison between the SGA Committees and the Executive Branch. I aim to foster an environment of inclusivity and support between all members of the Student Government Association. I will also be tasked with ensuring organization-wide accountability with the rules and regulations found in the SGA code. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or ideas to better this great University!
Howdy! My name is Mary Franklin. I’m a Senior Political Science major from Jasper, TX, and I’m very excited to serve as the Election Commissioner for the 2018-2019 school year. As the Election Commissioner, I’m tasked with planning and facilitating the Fall and Spring elections. Part of my job includes working with Senate to revise the election rules, organizing various events such as the Student Body President Debate, and working with candidates to help ensure a successful election process. Some of my goals this year include increasing voter turnout, increased transparency, and educating students about the various student leader positions while making all students feel able and welcome to run. Your voice matters!
Gregory W. Cross
Vice President of Legislative Relations
Howdy! My name is Gregory W. Cross, and I am your Vice-President for Legislative Relations . I am a junior 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 and 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 Michael Migaud, and I serving you this year as the Vice President of Academic Affairs. I am a first year student at The Bush School of Government and Public Service where I am pursuing a masters degree in public administration. I graduated from Texas A&M in May 2018 with a degree in political science and philosophy. As Vice President of Academic Affairs, my primary role is to facilitate fluid dialogue between the student body, faculty, and administrators on all things related to academics. I would love to hear your ideas on how to improve the student experience at Texas A&M University!
Vice President of Communication
Howdy! My name is Dylan Manshack, and I am pleased to serve as Vice President of Communications this year. I am a junior double major in Economics and Spanish from Elysian Fields, TX. As Vice President of Communications my primary role is to support and communication all initiatives of the Student Body President and Executive Cabinet to the Student Body.
My goal is to communicate and empower the student voice through proper communication so that each student feels connected to A&M Student Government and the university as well. Please feel free to reach out with any concerns, ideas, or questions/help connecting with Student Government!
Vice President of Programming
Howdy! My name is Madi Telschow, and I am excited to serve as the Vice President of Programming this year. I am a sophomore English major from Katy, TX – as well as a double-minor in Communications and Journalism. As the V.P. of Programming, my primary role is to represent and involve the student body in the events and programs of the Student Government Association. I aim to let all voices be heard, to address the issues around us, and to listen to any ideas you may have on how to improve campus and student life. I love hearing what people are passionate about, and I would love to empower you to act on those passions in whatever way I can! Please feel free to reach out!
Vice President of University Committees
Howdy! My name is Trey Daniel Richardson, I am a Sophomore Agribusiness Major from Jacksonville Florida, but more importantly I am the loudest and the proudest member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2021 (A-A-A-A-A). I have the honor of serving as the 2018-2019 Vice President of University Committees. My goals for this year are to increase the diversity of student representation on the various University Committees by continuing to encourage all students to sit on a committee, accurately relay committee information to our Student Body President, as well as foster a healthy and efficient relationship between committee leaders and Executive Cabinet. Lastly I aim to support and encourage students to keep themselves mentally and physically healthy by being apart of the SGA Health Campaign. Please feel free to contact me with any inquiries. Thanks and Gig’em!
Vice President of Student Services
Howdy! My name is Katie Morris, and I am so humbled to serve on the Executive Cabinet as the Vice President of Student Services. I am an International Studies major and a proud member of the class of 2021. Through the office of Student Services, my committee and I get to serve the Aggie Family by being a student representative for dining, transportation, student health and counseling, and PEAP. We are seeking to serve the Aggie family with excellence in improving many areas of campus – student health and wellness, access to student services, sexual assault awareness, parking and dining options, the Howdy for Health campaign, and several other projects. If you have any ideas or issues that you want to bring to our attention, please send me an email!
Vice President of Municipal Affairs
Howdy! My name is Rohan Sethi and I am serving as your Vice President of Municipal Affairs for this year. I am a sophomore Accounting major from Houston, Texas with intentions of pursuing the Professional Program of Accounting. As VP of Municipal Affairs, my role is to serve as your liaison with the surrounding Municipal Governments, those being College Station and Bryan City Councils. I aim to have the opinions of the students be communicated clearly and effectively at the Municipal level and in turn inform students of any relevant statutory changes happening in either of the City Councils. If you have any ideas, questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to contact me!
Howdy! My name is Katina Economides and I am a senior from Houston, TX! At Texas A&M, I am working towards a bachelor’s in political science with a minor in military studies. For SGA, I serve as the Development Commissioner which is the chief fundraising officer for the organization. This year, it is my goal to effectively communicate to former students and donors our vision of supporting the student body through our efforts to make a difference on campus. Without their generosity, we would not function as an organization therefore we must continue to highlight our accomplishments with them! If you have any ideas or would like to make a donation, please do not hesitate to contact me!