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Student Government Association
Pierre, Brown, and Pimentel Administration


Executive Cabinet for the Pierre, Brown, and Pimentel Administration


Secretary of Academic Affairs: Courtney Saunders

Provides information and program options on academic issues and work with academic entities of the campus to further scholastic goals. Communicates with academic deans on behalf of the Student Government Association.


Courtney Saunders is a junior from Punta Gorda, Florida majoring in International Affairs and Political Science. Courtney hopes to attend law school, and she is a member of the Honors Legal Scholars Program here at FSU. While attending FSU, she has also been involved with the Office of Governmental Affairs, served as an Honors Colloquium Leader, participated in the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, and interned in the Florida Capitol, the Office of the Governor, and several campaigns. 


Secretary of Arts: Rachel Warren

Maintains communication with the College of Music; College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance; College of Motion Picture Arts; and any on-campus entities dealing with the arts.










Secretary of Community Affairs: Kaitlynn Baird

Informs the Student Government Association about local projects that foster a strong sense of commitment to community involvement. This individual will also be responsible for strengthening civic engagement amongst students at Florida State University.







Secretary of Communications: Jarvis Floyd

Maintains strong and consistent relations with various media outlets, effectively communicates to them the policies and stances of the SGA administration, and oversees all public relations and social media efforts of the administration. Additionally, this individual will be required to be skilled in graphic designing and videography.


Jarvis is a junior from Pompano Beach, FL majoring in Digital Media Production.




Secretary of Diversity and Inclusion: Toni-Ann Singh

Promotes the active recruitment of a diverse student body and faculty, and seeks to enhance the quality of life of all students and alert the student government association to all social issues concerning the campus and its community. This individual will also specifically engage with the Mental Health Council, Diversity & Inclusion Institute and the Power of We.






Secretary of Internal Affairs: Bailey Jackson

Follows the proceedings of the legislative and judicial branches and capitalize on opportunities for checks and balances.








Secretary of Programming: Leesa Newbon

The Secretary of Programming will develop and coordinate events for or hosted by the Executive Branch. This individual will also be a resource for other organization to assist in their programming.






Secretary of STEM Development: Jason Arthmann

Thoroughly understand the opportunities and challenges presented by the science, technology, engineering, and math departments. This understanding will allow SGA to support STEM students and outweigh their challenges with opportunities.






Secretary of Student Affairs: Jay Thompson

Serves as the liaison between the Student Government Association and Direct Support Organizations (DSO) and Greek Life.


Jay Thompson is a junior from Orlando, FL majoring in Accounting with aspirations of attaining a Masters in Accounting.  He enjoys watching the Seminoles, golf, and the outdoors. During his time at Florida State, Jay has been involved in the Student Foundation, Seminole Student Boosters, Inter-Fraternity Council, and the Golden Torch Leadership Honor Society.