Club Alliance is an executive agency of student leaders who act as a liaison between Student Government and Registered Student Organizations on campus. Use this page to help you understand who’s who, and how to get in contact with
Luis is a senior at UNF and has
lived in Jacksonville most of his life. He is a double major in International Business and Marketing.
As Club Alliance Director, Luis
hopes to connect UNF students through special interests and promote clubs to
enhance the students experience at UNF. Knowing first-hand how important clubs
are, he is super excited to work with all of our clubs and create memories
that will impact the Osprey experience in the most positive way.
He is very sports-oriented and involved with
Intramural Sports, re-established the UNF Men’s Club Soccer team and is a soccer
coach for the Jacksonville Armada Youth Academy. He plans to pursue a double
career in international marketing and coaching and hopes to one day open up a
global non-profit organization that focuses on building homes and schools in
countries across the world to promote education and wellness.
Cameron was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida. He is a Junior at UNF and is majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Leadership.
When hired for the position of Club Alliance Assistant Director, Cameron came in with tons of ideas of how to make life easier for clubs. Being a part of UNF's Ultimate Frisbee team for 3 years, he understood that working with Club Alliance can be complicated sometimes, and he is working hard to make sure that Club Alliance is an easy and friendly organization that clubs can trust. He hopes that everyone enjoys their time at UNF the best that they can and welcomes you to visit his office if you ever have any questions!
Emily is a born and raised
Floridian and her hometown is Jacksonville. She transferred to UNF after
completing her AA degree at FSCJ. She is a junior in the Business Management
program and is really enjoying her time here at UNF!
Emily believes that if you
want to get the most out of life, don't be scared to get involved in the
opportunities open to you! She joined Club Alliance to encourage others
to get involved with our campus life and enjoy their time here, too.
Emily believes that most students are not aware of the opportunities on campus,
and that college is not just about school. She hopes in her time here at Club
Alliance she can show at least one person that.
Katie Fosburgh is a senior Graphic Design
& Digital Media student here at UNF. Born and raised in Orlando, FL, Katie
is actively involved in UNF and Jacksonville’s graphic design community, as
well as the UNF Hicks Honors College. Whenever she’s not working on homework or
taking photos for Honors events, she enjoys long walks on the beach and
catching Pokemon in her free time. Katie is passionate about graphic design
because it combines three things she loves: art, technology and helping
people. Katie hopes to positively impact the community and make the world a
better place through her design work.
The Student Body Treasurer monitors all A&S fee accounts and serves as the Executive liaison to the Student Body on matters pertaining to the A&S Fee procedures.
The Budget & Allocations Committee is the gatekeeper to the Activity and Service Fee Budget. The Committee allocates funds to registered student organizations and allocates the yearly A&S Fee Fiscal Budget.
George is a Finance major from Tarpon Springs, Florida. He currently serves as a senator on the Budget & Allocations Committee. George strives to put the needs of all 16,000 students on campus at the top of his priorities, and he looks forward to serving the student body of the University of North Florida.
Ray Bunch first arrived to the University of
North Florida in 1988. At that time, he was hired by the Campus Recreation
department, where he started two very successful club programs for Men’s and
Women’s soccer. In 1990, Ray moved to the Athletics Department where he was the
head coach of the UNF Men’s Soccer team for over 20 years. During this time, he
started the Men’s Intercollegiate NAIA soccer program and guided the men’s team
to NCAA Division I status. He was honored with many individual and team awards
including several Coach of the Year conference awards. In 2010, Ray returned to
his home roots at the Campus Recreation Department and became the coordinator
of Club Sports. Ray was able to bring his wealth of sporting and administrative
knowledge from his coaching years to this newly reformed club sport programs
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