Julian Jeter-Davis is a GRADUATING senior from Dayton, Ohio. He will be obtaining a Bachelors of Arts in the field of Mass Communications with a focus in Public Relations and a minor in Speech Communications. Julian serves as the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Student Ambassador for Kentucky State University and has been a KSU Student Ambassador since 2011. He is a member of the KSU golf team, NAACP, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (The Oldest and Coldest). Prior to obtaining the seat as SGA President, Julian served as the president for the Beta Mu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha and president of the National PanHellenic Council at KSU. Julian plans to pursue a career in corporate marketing and management post-graduation.
“To My Thorobred Family"
It is my honor to serve as your SGA President and it is my duty to make this year the best experience imaginable! If we work hard and handle business in the classroom, the fun that follows will be inevitable! So remember family, please turn up, or please transfer!”
Thomas Gardner is a 21 year old senior from the great state of Indiana, majoring in Chemistry with minors in Business and Biology. Prior to being elected First- Vice President, Thomas served as the Chief of Staff for the 2012-2013 academic school year. Thomas is currently pursuing a career in medicine and plans on attending medical school post graduation. Thomas is a proud member of the Alpha Kappa Mu National Honors Society, as well as Collegiate 100.
"I am happy to serve as your First-Vice President for the upcoming school year. I am dedicated to making this University greater through hard work. Remember, Teamwork makes the dream work!"
John D. Jackson Jr. is a 20 year old Junior from the illustrious and most beautiful city, Cleveland, Ohio. John is a Mass Communication/ Public Relations major with a concentration in Speech. Aside from SGA, John is a proud member of the Majestic Psi Psi chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. He is also a student-athlete, for he serves our university on the track and field team.
“To My Thorobred Family”
As 2nd Vice- President, I am the liaison for commuter students and non-traditional students. I am making it my personal goal to increase the commuter student and non-traditional student participation on campus. KSU is a family, it is my family, and we need to be connected, at all times. Good luck on all that you do! And remember, Run With the Thorobreds!
Breana Smith is a Whitney Young Honors student majoring in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry from the great city of Indianapolis, Indiana! She is a Junior at The Illustrious Kentucky State University. Thus far, Breana has been involved in, and is currently involved in Student Ambassadors, KSU Girls Rock, Circle K, and Student Government Association. Breana also works for the Academics with Attitude (AWA) program and has been a peer tutor through the Acadmic Center for Excellence (ACE). Breana plans on pursuing a career in Forensic Pathology after graduation.
To My Thorobred Family
"I am so happy to be here at KSU and I am even more happy to be serving as your Executive Secretary.I look forward to this school year!! Good luck with everything and thank you for giving me this opportunity! "
"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible'!"
- Audrey Hepburn
Sylvia Valentine is a Junior here the great Kentucky State University, majoring in Business Administration with a specialization in Management. She is from the nations capital, Washington, D.C. Sylvia is a member of the Student Ambassadors organization and a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc.
" I am glad to be a part of Student Government Association, serving as Executive Board Treasurer 2013-2014. This school year will be filled with excitement, hard work and fun. I believe that every student should be heard."
Chaundra J. Bush serves as your Chief Justice at Kentucky State University for the 2013-2014 school year. Chaundra is a Criminal Justice Major from the magnificent city of Chicago, Illinois. Chaundra is also a peer mentor here at Kentucky State University; in her three years at Kentucky State University she has served as Student Government Association freshman class senator and sophomore class treasure. Chaundra greatest desire is to create change on and off of campus. Chaundra is currently striving to secure a position as a Chicago Police officer; where she plans to maximize her management skills, training experience, ability to work well with people, and leadership skills. She later plans to attend graduate school for public administration, and pursue her dreams of becoming chief of police in the marvelous city of Chicago, Illinois.
To My Thorobred Family:
I look forward to the months to come as I serve as Chief Justice. I wish to create a bond with every student here at KSU. I am here to serve you THE STUDENTS in any way that I can. Remember we are the voice of the student body and the only way we can make you happy is to hear your voice. I challenge you all to (1) create positive change and (2) learn the wonderful history of your Alma Mater.
“Keep smiling, because life is a beautiful thing and there's so much to smile about.”
― Marilyn Monroe
Mr. Kentucky State University
Bryan M. Blackwell is a graduating senior Psychology Major with a minor in Criminal Justice. He hails from Bowling Green, Kentucky. Bryan represents the students as Mr. Kentucky State University, where he prides himself in being the face of the university and the voice of the student body. He has been active in campus activities since his sophomore year. Currently, he is a proud member of the KSU Student Ambassadors, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., and Collegiate 100. Bryan believes whole-heartedly in his purpose.
To My Thorobred Family,
“I want to transform KSU one student at a time.” I look forward to a very productive year and i encourage all students to excel academically and contribute to the legacy of KSU."
Kathleen D. Spikes-Bias is a 20 year-old graduating senior from Cleveland, Ohio.She is a mass communications and journalism major with a double minor in Spanish and Speech. She volunteers and has done work-study at the Promising Youth Center for Excellence (PYCE) right here on campus. For the 2013-2014 academic school year she will be serving as your Miss Kentucky State University.
To my Thorobred Family,
"I look forward to helping you all have the best school year possible. I wish you well!"
Chief of Staff
Maceo Johnson is a 21-year-old Senior at Kentucky State University, majoring in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing from the great city of Chicago, Illinois. Maceo began his collegiate career as a freshman senator in the Student Government Association, and later joined Collegiate 100 and the Student Ambassador Organization. Maceo is also a mentor for the Promising Youth Center for Excellence (PYCE). Maceo highly suggests students become peer mentors with PYCE.
"I am thrilled to be serving as the Chief of Staff for the Student Government Association. I strongly suggest you get involved during you time here at KSU, and make the best of your college experience. Attack all of your goals and dreams and know that you can do anything you put your mind to."