Executive Cabinet

 

The purpose of the Executive Cabinet is to advise the President and Vice-President on general matters and to assist in the coordination of the Executive Branch. The main duties of the Cabinet are to complete any initiatives, projects, events, and others deemed necessary by the President.

 

  Will Godwin Photo

  Attorney General

 

  Will Godwin

 sgaag@unf.edu  

 

Will is a junior from Palm Bay, Florida who is majoring in Public Administration while double minoring in Urban/ Metropolitan Studies and Business Management. Since graduating in 2014, Will has been involved in the Hicks Honors College and UNF Housing and Residence Life along with participating in several clubs on campus, including the UNF Navigators and UNF RUF.  Upon graduation Will intends to continue his education in the FSU graduate program for Urban and Regional Planning.

 

 

     

  Heather Pennick Photo

















 Student Body Treasurer

 Heather Pennick

 

Heather is a senior at UNF majoring in Statistics and minoring in Mathematics. She transferred to UNF two years ago after completing her Associate of Arts degree from St. Johns River State College in St. Augustine. Heather has held numerous leadership positions including Chapter President of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. While at St. Johns River State College, Heather received numerous awards for her involvement with campus and community service projects and was named Coca Cola Leader of Promise Scholar in 2014. Upon completion of her degree at UNF, she plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Statistics as well and find employment as a statistician in the future.

     
  Cole Poppell -Student Advocate   Student Advocate

 Cole Poppell

sgasta@unf.edu 

 

 Cole is a junior double majoring in Political Science and Business Administration and minoring in International Business. Originally from Callahan, Florida, Cole graduated from West Nassau High School and Florida State College of Jacksonville concurrently, achieving his high school diploma and Associate of Arts degrees in 2015. During his time at UNF, he had the opportunity to serve the student body as Clerk of Court in the Judicial Branch of Student Government and has enjoyed participating in the Model United Nations club, in which he holds a position on the secretariat. After graduating, Cole hopes to attend graduate school to obtain his J.D. concentrating in International Law, and eventually obtain employment in the field of international affairs.

 


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