Meet Your SGA Executive Board Members!
The mission of Lincoln Memorial University Student Government Association is to facilitate effective communication between students, faculty, staff, and administration to represent them in striving towards an ideal learning community. The Lincoln Memorial University SGA will continuously adapt their policies for the benefit of the student body. Learn more about your SGA Executive Board Members below. Have a question? Click on their photo to get in contact with them via email!
Student Body President
Austen is a Senior Pre-Med Biology major from Eagleville, Tennessee. Austen is involved in Lincoln Activities Board as Programming Chair, Honor's Scholars Association, and serves as a Tagge Center Tutor. He has been involved with SGA for 3 years as a senator and most recently served as Speaker of the Senate. As President, his goals are to increase involvement in SGA, form stronger relationships between SGA and administration, form a better line of communication between SGA and the student body, and ensure that bills are up to standards and strive to change issues faced by a variety of students.
Robin is a senior Chemistry major from Cherokee, North Carolina. Robin is involved in the Student Diversity Leadership Council, Honor's Scholars Association, and the Native American Student Association. She has been involved with SGA for 2 years as a senator and most recently served as Chief Clerk. As Vice President, her goals are to increase diversity within SGA, increase Five Star achievements of clubs and organizations, and to improve communication between administration and SGA.
Emily is a junior Biology Education major from Knoxville, TN. Emily is involved in the Honor's Scholars Association, Splitter Service Leaders, and serves as a Lincoln Ambassador. She has been involved with SGA for 2 years as a senator and finance committee member. As Treasurer, her goals are to increase clarity regarding expectations, improve resources for new and blossoming clubs, and increase faculty and staff involvement in SGA.
Speaker of the Senate
Victoria is a Senior Pre-Vet major from Dahlonega, Georgia. Victoria is a member of the Women's Softball Team and is involved in the Lincoln Activities Board. She has been involved with SGA for 2 years as a senator and most recently served as Vice President. As Speaker, her goals are to increase understanding and expectations for bills to senators, hold more campus wide events to increase awareness of SGA, and to host meetings for the general student body to make suggestions for bills.
Emma is a Junior English Education major from Morristown, Tennessee. Emma is a member of the Women's Softball Team. She has been involved with SGA for 1 year as a senator. As Chief Clerk, her goals are to increase involvement in SGA, host more activities for students, and to increase understanding of bills.
Sergeant at Arms
Maddison is a Junior Nursing major from Friendsville, Tennessee. Maddison is involved in Kappa Pi Omega as President, Lincoln Activities Board, and the Tabletop Club. She has been involved with SGA for 2 years as a senator. As Sergeant at Arms, her goals are to host Town Hall meetings to gain a variety of opinions from the general student body, to find ways for the Executive Board to be more prominent on campus, and to host panels so students can ask questions about the progress made by SGA.
Secretary of State
Madison is a Junior Pre-Vet major from Knoxville, Tennessee. Madison is involved in Lincoln Activities Board, Pre-Vet Club, Wildlife Society, and serves as a Resident Assistant. She has been involved with SGA for 2 years as a senator. As Secretary of State, her goals are to increase visibility and student involvement in SGA, improve communication between SGA and administration regarding bills, and increase knowledge of the general student body regarding SGA accomplishments.
Kaci is the Director of Student Activities and Engagement. She oversees the Lincoln Activities Board, Clubs & Organizations, Student Activities, and Campus Recreation. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the University of Kentucky in 2016, and a Master of Arts Degree in College Student Development from Appalachian State University in 2018.
Hannah is the Director of Student Leadership and Outreach. She oversees Community Service and Greek Life. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Lincoln Memorial University in 2013, and a Master of Public Administration Degree in 2018 from Lincoln Memorial University. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Education and Social Change from Bellarmine University.