President/ Student Regent  

Diamond Gordon is a graduating senior from the windy city of Chicago, Illinois. She is a Mass Communications major with a double minor in Speech and Business Administration. During her tenure at KSU, Diamond served as: SGA senator, KSU Girls Rock member, and manager of the Women’s Basketball Team, SGA Executive Treasurer and Collegiate 100 President. Post-Graduation, Diamond intends to work towards a Masters in Management and begin a foundation for single-mothers.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am elated to serve as your 2015-2016 Student Government Association President. Retaining this position has been instilled in my heart since I was a freshman in 2012. I have every intent to work towards the betterment of our student body and improving the status of our university. My door is always open and your voice will not go unheard. Join me in the fight to restore H.I.S.tory and let’s bring back the simplistic beauty in our beloved institution!”

“Victory is always possible for the person who refuses to stop fighting.” -Napoleon Hill

First Vice President

Ralph “Tony” Williams is a 20 year old junior from Hohenfels, Germany. He is a Business Administration major with a concentration in Management. He obtained an Associate degree in Arts and Liberal Studies-Honors in May 2015. Prior to becoming 1st Vice President, he served in SGA as a senator from the sophomore class. Ralph is a proud brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Beta Mu chapter) and Alpha Phi Omega Coed Service Fraternity (Pi Omega chapter). He is also involved with Circle K International and Student Ambassadors. Ralph enjoys cooking, ping-pong, swimming, tennis, traveling, and volunteering.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am humbled to serve as your 2015-2016 1st Vice President. It is my great honor to represent you and ensure that we continue to improve our illustrious institution. I look forward to working with you and having an exciting school year. We are KSU!”

Second Vice President

Bria Perry is a 21 year-old senior Mass Communications and Journalism major with a concentration in Public Relations, from Avon, Indiana. During her tenure at KSU, Bria has served as Miss Freshman, Miss Hunter Hall, KSU Girl Rock Public Relations Officer and Co-Founder of SHE Women’s Organization. In addition to several organizations, she also worked for GoCollege, Residence Life, and as a Student Instructor for the AWA Program. Bria plans to pursue a Masters in Public Administration from Kentucky State University post-graduation.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am honored to serve our illustrious Institution. Together we can build a better foundation. I am here to provide monumental visions that will reward us all with meaningful experiences.  Brace yourselves for the “New Thorobred Experience” and a fun and exciting year.”


Dorian Wright is a 21 year-old junior, majoring in History Education, from the beautiful city of Indianapolis, Indiana. Dorian is a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People where she allows her advocacy to shine through. She also is an event coordinator for The Profashionals Group of Kentucky State University, where professionalism is taught to be the root of success. Outside of serving as your 2015-2016 Executive Board secretary, Dorian has served the student body as an Supplemental Instructor for the Academic with Attitude Program. Dorian plans to keep the legacy going by pursuing her Bachelors of Arts and Masters at her and her grandparents’ dear Alma Mater, Kentucky State University.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am beyond grateful to service my fellow Thorobreds. It is my duty to keep the lines of communication open. My goal is to keep you aware of all institutional changes and updates. I’m ready to identify your concerns, unify with one another, and make change together. I look forward to helping you uphold our university.”

“A mind is a terrible thing to waste” – UNCF


Brandon Moore is a 21 year-old senior from the beautiful city of Columbus, Ohio. He is an Accounting Major and Speech Administration Minor, and an active member of the Elite Student Ambassador organization, Student Alumni Association, and has been an active member in Student Government Association since his freshman year. After graduation Brandon intends to pursue a career as an auditor for the FBI.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am very excited to serve as your 2015-2016 Executive Treasurer. I thank you for all of your support and trusting me to fulfill the duties of this position.”

“I can do all things though Christ who strengthens me” – Philippians 4:13

Chief Justice

Elijah Mills is a  21 year-old senior from Columbus, Ohio who is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. He aspires to become a dentist and specialize in orthodontics. Elijah is a proud member of the “Beta Mu” chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and Alpha Kappa Mu Honors Society.  Furthermore, he is a peer mentor to incoming Freshman to insure they have all the proper tools for success throughout their collegiate career.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am elated to be your Chief Justice for the 2015-2016 school year. It is a great honor to serve this wonderful university and represent the student body.”

“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.”  – Bill Cosby


Miss Kentucky State University

Stephanie Durr is a 21 year-old Public Administration Major from Detroit, Michigan. She graduated from the Detroit School Of Arts in 2012 and entered KSU through the AWA Summer Program in 2012. She is now a senior at the University and has been an active member of Student Government Association since her freshman year. Stephanie enjoys serving her university as a Student Ambassador, serving her community as a mentor for the Franklin County Public School system, educating peers as a peer mentor, and is a proud member of the illustrious Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Alpha Pi Chapter) she is also an active member of the NAACP, Collegiate 100 and KSU Girls Rock.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am elated that you have chosen me to serve as the 86th Miss Kentucky State University. I promise that I will continue to uphold the traditions of Kentucky State University. Miss Kentucky State University is more than just being the face of the university, it’s about the impact you make on your peers and the community.”

Mr Kentucky State University

 An’Tjuan Darrisaw is a 22year old senior from the “Better Made” city of Detroit, Michigan. He entered KSU in the summer of 2011 through the AWA Program. He is a Music Major with a concentration in Vocal. An’Tjuan plans to continue singing in traveling performance choirs after graduation while also continuing to arrange and compose his own music. He its also a member of the renowned award winning Kentucky State University’s Concert Choir where has held many leadership roles such as student director, tour manager, and leader of Men Of Soul.  An’Tjuan has a passion for inspiring others to reach their true potential.

“I don’t do what I do to impress, but I do what I do to inspire.”

Chief of Staff

 My name is Nocomis Miner, I am a 24 year old criminal Justice and Sociology major from Detroit MI. I currently hold a 3.2 GPA (Criminal Justice), 3.1 (Sociology), and a 4.0 GPA in (R.O.T.C). I am a student who excels academically at KSU, as evidenced by achieving the Dean’s List on several occasions. In addition, possessing other great attributes such as great interpersonal skills and humility ensures my leadership ability is of a zealous spirit. I am not only a leader, but I  multitask currently hold positions as: Community Service Chairman/ Grounds Keeper Chairman, Platoon Leader in R.O.T.C.-ARMY, Chief of Staff in SGA, Dietary Aid at the Frankfort Hospital, and Citation Officer at the Frankfort Police Dept.

To My Thorobred Family:

“I am honored and blessed to be able to serve you as your 2015-2016 Student Government Association Chief of Staff. I want to be a “TOOL” for SGA and the student body at large. I am one of many who love to work very hard and diligently, but does so with a smile on my face. I am constantly striving for excellence in my academics, but I don’t let my thirst for knowledge rule my life. I will have an open door policy and I will be transparent to better serve you.