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.

 

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 Chief of Staff

 Collin Waychoff 
 sgacos@unf.edu
 
Collin Tyler Waychoff is a Jacksonville, Fla. native who graduated from Bishop John J Snyder High School in 2012. Since starting at the University of North Florida in Summer 2012,  Collin is studying Criminal Justice. Collin served as an elected Senator for two terms, and within those terms he held many leadership positions. Collin served as  the Senate Sergeant at Arms, the Vice-Chairman and then the Chairman of the Budget and  Allocations Committee. Collin was recently awarded the Senator of  the Year award for his service and commitment to the students of  UNF. He currently serves on numerous councils and committees that affect policies and projects across the campus. Collin’s goal is  to  make meaningful contributions to campus that increase the  overall college experience for all students. 
     

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 Student Body Treasurer

 Morgan Wolf

 sgasbt@unf.edu

 

Morgan Wolf was born in Columbus, Ohio, and moved to Cape Town, South Africa when she was six years old. She lived in South Africa for twelve years and relocated back to the States upon graduation from high school to begin her tertiary education. She started at the University of North Florida in Fall 2012, pursuing a double major in Accounting and International Business. Morgan was elected as a Senator her first semester at UNF and held the leadership positions of the Senate Chaplin and Vice-Chairman of the Budget and Allocations Committee. Morgan wishes to expand her influence on campus and use her experience in Senate, education in Accounting and past work experience in bookkeeping to serve as Student Body Treasurer. Her goal is to be an accessible Treasurer to UNF students, clubs, and departments and to ensure that the Activity and Service Fee is allocated and expended in the most effective and fiscally responsible way.

     

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 Attorney General

 Matthew Harris

 sgaag@unf.edu  


Matthew Harris came to UNF in the fall of 2013 after graduating from Providence School of Jacksonville the previous spring. Matthew began his time in Student Government in January 2014 as an Associate Justice on the Judicial Council and became Attorney General under President Turner’s administration in April 2014. Formerly an Astrophysics major, Matthew is currently majoring in Philosophy with a concentration in Legal Studies and minoring in Community Leadership. Matthew is an active member of the UNF Honors and Scholars program and will be working as a student facilitator for the freshman Honors colloquium in Fall 2014. At only 17 years old, Matthew is the youngest Attorney General ever appointed. He has a passion for the law and a drive to increase the functionality of government which is what drove him to join SG. After college, Matthew plans on attending law school to pursue a Judicial Doctorate with a concentration in Constitutional Law. 

 

 

     

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 Director of Communications and Marketing

 Gracie Lopresti

 sgadoc@unf.edu 

 

Gracie Lopresti was born in Westchester County, New York and grew up in Ponte Vedra, Florida.  She graduated from Ponte Vedra High School in 2011 and began studying at the University of North Florida in Fall 2011. Gracie is a senior majoring in Public Relations and minoring in Community Leadership. She spent her junior year interning at a nonprofit organization called YouthQuake Live and is currently the Marketing Intern at PARC Group and Treasurer of PRSSA. Gracie loves working with people and she hopes to use her skills to serve the student body and remind them of how much they truly love UNF. 

     
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Student Advocate

 Ryan Hennessy 

 sgasta@unf.edu

 

Ryan Hennessy was born in Sacramento, California and grew up in Lake Mary, Florida.  He graduated from Lake Mary High School in 2013 and started studying at the University of North Florida the same year. He is currently a sophomore studying Communication.  He has his own sports radio show on campus and plans on broadcasting the sporting events in the near future.  His dream is to one day become a sportscaster for ESPN.  His goal as student advocate is to be the voice for UNF students and help make UNF a place that students can be proud to call their school. 

 

 

     
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 Digital Media Coordinator

 Armando Mitra

 sggraphics@unf.edu  

 

Armando is a Graphic Design & Digital Media major with plenty of experience to bring to the Executive Cabinet. His experience includes being President of the Command+N Design Club at UNF,  winner of the UNF Green Revolution logo contest, and Coordinator  of Art Fest UNF, along with internships at The Shepherd Group and  One Spark, The World's Crowdfunding Festival. He hopes to put all  of his experience to good use and eventually open up his own  creative agency, focusing on creating powerful identities for  individuals and companies that want to do good for their  community. When he's not creating, talking or learning design,  Armando enjoys running, reading, drawing, playing basketball and  football, and spending way too much time eating from local food  trucks.

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Deputy Chief of Staff 

 Nessa Smythe 

 sgadcos@unf.edu

Nessa Smythe came to UNF from Germany, where she spent six years as a 91L for the US Army. She’s a junior that majors in Astrophysics and minors in Philosophy. Her nontraditional attributes are a key focus to her term in the Executive Cabinet. Nessa’s hobbies include Jiu-Jitsu, racing dirt track, vehicle mechanics, and playing MTG. Her goals as Deputy Chief of Staff include creating a bridge between traditional and non-traditional students, focusing on Executive project management, and implementing solidity among students through encouragement of individuality and cultural expression. Her future goals include a Masters in Geo-Physics and/or entrance to medical school, 2 years in the Peace Corps, and conducting personal research while teaching overseas.

 

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 Director of the Lend-A-Wing Pantry

 Kyler Dykes

 lendawing@unf.edu 

 

 

Kyler Dykes was born in Stuart, Florida and grew up in Orlando. He attended Winter Park High School in Orlando and graduated in 2010. Kyler is currently a senior majoring in Biomedical Sciences and plans on attending medical school in August 2015. Kyler serves as the director of the Student Government Lend-A-Wing Food Pantry and has been involved in Student Government since his freshman year. Kyler’s goals for the pantry are to increase awareness and expand its services to the highest amount of students possible.