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Executive Branch

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The Executive Branch works to address student concerns on campus. Members of the Executive Branch help the student body in multiple ways. Their duties include serving on university committees, speaking at events, working with athletes, Greek and other groups and organizations, as well as coordinating activities for students. The Executive Branch is comprised of the Executive Cabinet and Executive Agencies.

  • Jenna D
    Student Body President

    Jenna DuPilka

     

    Jenna is originally from Jupiter, Florida and began her career at the University of North Florida in the spring of 2016. She was elected to senate in spring 2017 and served on the Constitution and Statues Committee before being appointed vice chairwoman of that committee. During Jenna's time here at the University of North Florida, she has been involved with campus organizations like Kappa Delta. After graduation, Jenna plans on attending law school and working in family law.

  • Maria B
    Student Body Vice President

    Maria Bermudez

     

    Maria is originally from Valencia, Venezuela, but has spent the majority of her life in south Florida. She is a currently a junior studying biology and neuroscience. Outside of her classes, Maria has been involved in Delta Gamma, The UNF Senate, The Feminist Club, the Hicks Honors College, and Latin American Student Organization. After graduation Maria aspires to join the Peace Corp, get a doctorate, work as a research biologist, and to live a generally fabulous life.

  • Executive Cabinet
  • Cody Choi
    Attorney General

    Cody Choi

     

    Cody is originally from New Smyrna Beach, Fla and arrived at University of North Florida in the summer of 2016. Since then, he has served as both the secretary and president of the Kappa Gamma chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity, held the position of president for the Pre-Medical Living Learning Community, and has been in a handful of clubs. He is currently studying for a law background with a major in criminal justice and a double minor in psychology and political science, which he hopes to implement into his new position of attorney general. His hobbies include cooking, writing, and mapping out daily schedules on his free time.  

  • Madison Brantley
    Student Advocate

    Madison Brantley

     

    Madison is a junior here at UNF and is double majoring in Fine Arts with a focus in ceramics, and psychology, BFA. She hopes to combine these majors to one day become an art therapist. Other than classes, Madison is involved in the Ceramics Guild, Honors community, and, of course, Student Government. She joined senate in fall of 2017, where she sat on the University and Student Affairs Committee. This committee gave her a passion for helping out the students, which led her to apply and then obtain the student advocate position. This gives her the opportunity to be a voice for the students who don't feel heard so please feel free to come to her with any concerns and or complaints. She would love to help!

     

  • Julia McComb
    Treasurer

     

    Julia McComb

     

    Julia grew up in Greenville, South Carolina, and moved to Jacksonville in the fall of 2016 to attend UNF. She was elected to Senate in fall of 2017 and served on the Budget and Allocations Committee before being elected as chair. Outside of Student Government, Julia has been involved with campus organizations like Delta Sigma Pi professional fraternity and Swoop Squad, and is a regular volunteer at the Jacksonville Women’s Center. She is studying marketing and finance, and plans to earn her MBA and pursue a career in nonprofit accounting after graduation. 

      

  • Executive Staff
  • John Aloszka
    Chief of Staff

    John Aloszka

     

    Born and raised in Jacksonville, John loves the community, and college, he calls home. He is currently studying political science, with a focus in policy, and creative writing.  On top of being chief of staff, he is also the communications director for the Environmental Center. When he is not working or writing, John likes to watch documentaries, eat lots of Asian food, and visit art museums. When he graduates he hopes to go on to graduate school for political writing and satire.

     

  • Sophia Ward
    Communications Coordinator

    Sophia Ward

     

    A Jacksonville native, Sophia is a senior double majoring in political science and communication with a concentration in public relations. During her time here, Sophia founded and served as president of the UNF College Democrats. Off campus, Sophia has held numerous positions in outside organizations including National Communications Director for College Democrats of America. After graduation, Sophia hopes to hit the campaign trail for the upcoming 2020 election and pursue a career in political communication and campaign management. In her free time, Sophia enjoys travelling, photography and going to the movies. 

  • Randall Johnson
    Graphic Designer
    Randall Johnson

    Originally from Pensacola, Fla, Randall transferred to UNF as a junior in the fall of 2016. He is working towards his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in graphic design and digital media. During his time at UNF, Randall worked at UNF Spinnaker as a layout editor and UNF Campus Life as graphic design and marketing assistant. During his free time, he loves to read, writing, creates graphic designs for people and hanging out with his friends.
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    Project Manager
    The Executive Project Manager oversees all of the Student Body President's projects from start to finish while working closely with the Chief of Staff. The Project Manager researches potential projects, meets with different departments across campus regarding ongoing projects that Student Government initiates or aims to assist in, and reports on the progress of these projects to the President.