Student Body President
My fellow Tar Heels,
I knew I belonged at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from the moment I arrived. There were a lot of wonderful things that I noticed about Carolina: the scenery, the history, and most of all the people. It was the fact that every person I met was generous, welcoming, and enthusiastic that enabled me to be able to call this university my home. After being here for three years, nothing has changed. I am so proud to be a part of community where the people are the biggest reason that this is the best University in the world.
Since coming to UNC, I have held multiple leadership positions. I have been a member of the Carolina Mock Trial team for 3 years as well as captain of the Cricket team for 2 years; I am also one of the founding brothers of the fraternal organization, Sigma Phi. I have a wide-ranging experience in student government: I was the mid-campus representative for the 93rd Student congress, I sat on the Student Fee Audit Committee (SFAC) and I was the Speaker of Congress’ alternate to the Association of Student Governments. I am in my Senior year and majoring in both Philosophy and Political Science.
I am the Student Body President because I believe in the power of student representation. Carolina is inevitably facing a number of challenges over the next year and I believe that the most important characteristic of a Student Body President is fighting for the needs of students at Carolina. As President it is my pledge to the students at Carolina that I will always put Carolina First.