SGA Branch Leaders

Executive Branch

 

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David  Jackson III
Student Body President & University Trustee

 

David H. Jackson, III is the President of the Florida A&M University (FAMU) Student Government Association (SGA). He is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Business Administration. Upon graduation, he plans to pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA), as well from FAMU. Throughout his life, Mr. Jackson has committed himself to public service and scholastic achievement. During his first year at FAMU, he was elected to the 46th Student Senate and served a two-year term. As a senator, he served on both the judicial and rules committee as well as the student relations committee. Mr. Jackson also served as a general body member of the FAMU First Year Experience Peer Mentor Organization. Additionally, Mr. Jackson worked in the FAMU Office of Assessment as an associate where he compiled and analyzed data from various university colleges, schools, and departments, and helped create student surveys to assess learning outcomes. Mr. Jackson studied abroad at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology (BUCT) in Beijing, China and interned with General Electric (GE) Lighting in Cleveland, Ohio where his job duties focused on distribution, finance, and supply chain management. A second generation Rattler, Mr. Jackson is the son of Drs. David H. Jr. and Sheila M. Jackson, and older brother of Daja H. Jackson. Mr. Jackson was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida.

 

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Robyn Seniors
Student Body Vice President

Robyn Christina Seniors is a “Presidential Scholar” and second-year business administration student from Tal-lahassee, Florida. During her first year at FAMU, Robyn was elected freshman senator in the 47th Senate and eventually Student Government Association vice president. She is the youngest SGA official to hold the position. Robyn is no stranger to student government. Every year, since she started middle school, Robyn served as the president of her class and SGA president in 8th grade and 12th grade. Additionally, Robyn was the first Afri-can-American female to hold the position of SGA president at her high school. As one of the top business school scholars, Robyn has set a very high standard with her work ethic and leadership. She has maintained excellence in the classroom and is a member of the Chief Financiers Organization. Robyn’s record of service, scholarship and leadership continues as a member of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

Legislative Branch

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Rochard Moricette
48th Student Senate President

 

Rochard Moricette is a third-year Agribusiness student from Fort. Lauderdale, Florida. He has a true passion for selfless service towards others and fulfills that passion by serving the student body in many capacities. Mr. Moricette served as the Activity and Service Fee Liaison on the 46th Student Senate and Senate President Pro-Tempore on the 47th Student 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. Mr. Moricette is a proud member of the Alpha Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Though he is heavily involved on campus, Mr. Moricette has had great success academically. He believes that a strong balance of activities and academics is the key to success at the collegiate level. Mr. Moricette embodies the motto of the Student Government Association “Leadership and Service” and strives to make impact on this campus. His favorite quote is by Ralph Waldo Emerson and it says, “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”

 

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 Jaelen Jackson
48th Student Senate Pro Tempore

Jaelen Jackson is a fifth-year Business Management student leader from the rural city of Gretna, Florida. His academic efforts have afforded him membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society. Jaelen held a Marketing internship with the Hansel E. Tookes recreation department on campus his freshman year and Wells Fargo & Co. (Chief Administrative Office) since then. Mr. Jackson has served in the Student Government Association as a member of the Organization & Finance Committee for the 45th and 46th Student Senate; he most recently chaired the Student Relations Committee which was selected as the 47th Student Senate’s committee of the year. Throughout his time on the hill, Mr. Jackson has maintained a 3.00 or above grade point average and joined several clubs/organizations, including: Chief Financier’s Organization (Executive Board Member), Skateboarding Club of FAMU (Founder & President), WSBI TV Taping Company’s President (School of Business Entity) and the 48th Student Senate’s Pro-Tempore. Additionally, Jaelen is a proud member of the Upsilon Psi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. and sits as the chapter’s Keeper of Finance. His favorite quote is “Aspire to inspire before you expire” by Eugene Bell Jr. 

Judicial Branch

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Chief Justice, Student Supreme Court 

 

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Audri Salter
Associate Chief Justice, Student Supreme Court

Chief Justice Audri Salter was born in Jacksonville, FL on October 26, 1996. Daughter of Felix Sr. and Nicki, Audri adores her older siblings Megan and Felix Jr whom she considers her best friends. Though a Florida native by birth Audri lived up and down the eastern seaboard until she was 10 years old and her family moved to Yokosuka, Japan. Stationed overseas for the latter half of her adolescence, Audri lived in Japan until the summer of 2015 when she attended freshman orientation at FAMU. While attending FAMU Audri has served as a 2016 Orientation Leader, Campus Queen, Community Assistant, Historian of the Pre-Law Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International, Honors Convocation Speaker, and Student Ambassador for the College of Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities. As a third generation Rattler, Chief Justice Salter feels eternally grateful for FAMU and all that it has done for her family; which is why she has dedicated her time to serving the university and its students.

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