SGA Branch Leaders
Student Body President & University Trustee
Rochard Moricette is a fourth-year Agribusiness student from Fort. Lauderdale, Florida and is the current Student Body President and University Trustee at Florida A&M University. He was born in Port-de-Paix, Haiti and his family immigrated to the United States in December of 2004 to pursue better opportunities. Rochard is a true servant-leader with a passion to elevate his peers and advocate on their behalf. Rochard fulfills this passion by serving the student body in different capacities. In Fall 2016, Rochard became a Freshman Senator and was appointed the Activity and Service Fee Liaison in Spring 2017 of the 46thStudent Senate. He served as the Senate President Pro-Tempore of the 47th Student Senate and Senate President of the 48thStudent Senate. Outside of Student Government, he is an Ambassador for the College of Agriculture and Food Sciences as well as an Orange and Green Guide for the Office of New Student Orientation and Campus Visitation. He is a proud member of the Alpha Xi chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Though he is heavily involved on campus, Rochard continues to excel academically having completed multiple internship opportunities with Elanco Animal Health as a Companion Animal Sales Representative. He believes that a strong balance of involvement and academia is the key to success at the collegiate level. His favorite quote is by Barack Obama and it states, “One voice can change a room… your voice can change the world.”
Student Body Vice President
Alexys Z. Lynn is a third-year Broadcast Journalism Student with a minor in Political Science, from the home of Florida A&M University Tallahassee, Florida and is the current Student Body Vice President for Flordia A&M University Student Government Association. Alexys is a proud third generation rattler and has served in many capacities on campus. In the Fall of 2017 Alexys was appointed as the SGA Deputy Secretary Of Communications for the Executive Branch as a freshmen. She holds the title as Miss Young, Gifted, and Black, she was the radio personality for SGA TALKZ on WANM 90.5, and lastly a New Student Orientation Orange and Green Guide. Additionally, Alexys served as a Resident Assistant in Truth Hall and served as an advisor for Hall Government in all residence halls. She was appointed the position of Student Government Association, Secretary of State. Alexys created and planned multiple meet and greets with over 5 HBCU’S and 4 PWI institutions. To continue, Alexys chaired the return of FAMU Relay for Life after 5 years of its absence and raised $16,133.57 for the university. She is a member of FAMU HONORS house, NABJ, and SPJ. Lastly, she is a proud member of the Original Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc, Alexys is an ambitious student leader and she works hard in Student Government Association to improve student life on campus. Alexys goes by the quote “God is within her she will not fail” living by this quote has pushed her to be an outstanding student and student leader. Go Rattlers Alexys Z. Lynn Student Body Vice President
49th Student Senate President
Christopher Miller is a fourth-year Public Relations Student from the city of Orlando, Florida. With proud FAMU Alumni as parents, Christopher has always exhibited the utmost love and respect for this institution. Christopher is currently the 49th Student Senate President for the Legislative Branch of Student Government Association. Christopher joined Student Government Association in the Fall Semester of 2016. He served as the Vice Chairman of the Elections & Appointments Committee in the 47th Student Senate. He served as the 48th Student Senate's Elections & Appointments committee Chairman and an ex-officio voting member of the Electoral Commission in the academic year of 2018-2019. Christopher's passion and work ethics towards the students lead to him being crowned as Mr. Student Government Association for two consecutive years. Christopher is also involved with several organizations on campus such as The Melodic Stepping Experience Inc. , Faces Modeling Troupe incorporated and the Omega Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity incorporated. He also gives back to his community by volunteering as a Mentor for adolescent males that are a part of the Big Brother Big Sisters of the Big Bend. Christopher advocates and encourages the student body to discover their passions, pursue excellence and become politically and socially empowered and involved in making a change in the community and ultimately the world. He abides by a quote from John Maxwell stating, " You can love people without leading them, but you cannot lead people without loving them".
49th Student Senate Pro-Tempore
Corrie Watt is a third-year Health Science Student from Miramar FL, and is the current Senate President Pro-Tempore for Flordia A&M University Student Government Association. Corrie is a proud Rattler here on the hill and always has the drive and energy to serve the community. Upon joining the rattler family, Corrie joined The Melodic Stepping Experience (MSE), a community step team that not only steps but serves the community. In the Spring of 2018 Corrie was confirmed before the Student Senate for the vacancy of Freshman Senator for the Legislative Branch. He currently holds the position of National Parliamentarian for MSE as well as being a Big Brother for The FAMU Kinship of Big Brother Little Brother Mentoring Program. Corrie is also a proud brother of his fraternity The Alpha Eta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. Corrie is an ambitious student leader and he works hard in SGA to improve student life on campus. Corrie goes through life with Bible verse Jeremiah 29:11 in his heart;“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.”
Chief Justice, Student Supreme Court
Melissa Lavoile lives by this quote: “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” Being at FAMU has truly made Melissa Lavoile come alive in her purpose. Melissa wants to help others discover their purpose and rights while advocating for first generation and HBCU students. She hails from Miami, Florida and is a first-generation college student. She came to FAMU on a full scholarships because of the Distinguished Scholars Award. Melissa had internships with Al Lawson, the US house of representatives and on a campaign with Gwen Graham. She received the prestigious Gilman Scholarship, which allowed her to study abroad in South Korea this summer at Yonsei University. She is a proud member of Big Sister Little Sister Incorporated. She thanks God and her parents for guiding her through college and giving her the tools to succeed. Melissa is looking forward to truly impacting Florida A&M University with her new position as Chief Justice.
Associate Chief Justice, Student Supreme Court