Officers

PRESIDENT - Jesse Brown


Jesse Brown

Hello, my name is Jesse Brown and I am the Student Government Association President. I am a senior Criminal Justice major here at MSU and have been involved in many areas on campus such as Greek Life, serving as two-term President and Re-Founding Father of Kappa Alpha Order ("KA"). I have also proudly served as a Head Peer Counselor for Spirit Days, Supplemental Instruction Leader, and finally the 2014-2015 MSU Student Regent.

I have maintained a 4.0 GPA through my academic career here at MSU and have been fortunate to receive some wonderful scholastic honors such as being named the 2014 Clark Scholar and Most Outstanding Criminal Justice Major. I have been blessed by being named the 2014 & 2015 Greek Man of the Year, the North-American Interfraternity Conference Undergraduate of the Year and finally the 2015 MSU Man of the Year. I share this information with you not to boast, but to prove my strong sense of passion, pride, and dedication for this University and the organizations I have been involved in. I look forward to continue serving my fellow students and helping improve our University. GO MUSTANGS!


VICE-PRESIDENT - Mark Brown


Mark Brown

I am a member of the Kappa Alpha Order and have served as the Sergeant at Arms and the Parliamentarian officer positions. I competed on the National level in parliamentary procedure and my team and I took 3rd in the nation. I became a registered parliamentarian because of this. I also work for the school for the Annual Fund and I help generate monetary donations for scholarships and replacement of out dated equipment.







SECRETARY - Laura Flores


Laura Flores

Hello, my name is Laura Flores I am a senior pursuing a Biology degree with a chemistry minor. Strong work ethic, determination, and faith, are qualities I strive for in my every day life. While working towards my biology degree here at MSU, I have actively worked to better residences lives around me.

After my first semester living at MSU, I was hired to be a resident assistant. As an RA working for Midwestern Housing, I was given the responsibility of advising and caring for twenty-four freshmen girls. This job taught me how to meet the needs of a diverse group of people through hard work. Between labs and putting on programs, I learned that the secret to success was through conviction. Later, I discovered that the RA position gave me the experience needed to help build and grow RHA. I was elected president of the resident hall association organization. As president, I expanded a newly formed organization of five students to one of the largest non-Greek organizations. My team and I worked hard to make RHA place in one of the top positions during the homecoming competition. RHA is now a self-sustaining group of students who work together to better life for all students living through MSU. With persistence and teamwork, I was able to succeed in these goals. Through RHA, I was able to be one of the two student representatives that selected the new dining contractor to serve our students.

My participation played an active role in bettering the life of students, bringing an updated to the dining service. However, I never forgot my goals of academic success. As a student first, I joined the Pre-Professionals Club. Next year, I will be first person in my family to graduate with an undergraduate degree. I plan to direct all my experience and determination into making a difference as SGA Secretary.