The SGA Executive Board leads the organization and serves as a voice for students on campus. We invite you to get to know the current members of the board.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
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She is looking forward to the exciting challenges of being the SGA President. Fun Fact – President Bettis spent one year living in Abu Dhabi after graduating high school!
She is excited about being involved in SGA in an officer role and offering her experience in event planning toward our amazing activities. Fun fact – Vice President Smith enjoys listening to early 2000 R&B and traveling.
She is excited to bring her creative perspective to SGA. Fun Fact – Secretary Barnett was a member of the Teen Advisory Council at her community library bringing fun events to the library!
She is the former VP of SGA and wanted to serve GPTC for another term. Fun fact – Treasurer Bowen loves to ice skate!
Running for a position in the Student Government Association is a great way to develop your leadership skills, influence campus decisions, and get involved in your campus community. Elections are held in the spring for the following positions:
S.A.V.E. and Emerging Leaders
If you are not quite ready to run for a position, but want to be involved in SGA, join the Student Activities Volunteer Extraordinaire (S.A.V.E.) program or Emerging Leaders program. S.A.V.E. allows students to participate and volunteer in activities and events sponsored by SGA and the Office of Student Activities. There is no major commitment. Students are interviewed and then contacted to assist with upcoming events. The Emerging Leaders program is designed to groom individuals that are interested in Student Leader positions. Those students will assist with events as well, but will also be offered leadership training and other responsibilities preparing them for leadership roles.
For more information, email SGA at email@example.com.