MEET THE 2021-2022 EXECUTIVE BOARD
Adam Steiner, President
Adam will be serving as the SGA President this year. Adam is a Senior majoring in Computer Information Systems. On campus, he also serves as the President of ENACTUS. Adam wanted to be a part of SGA because he saw the ability to make real and effective change. When he first got to Stevenson, he was able to be a part of the SGA Senate which inspired him to want to make further change at SU. This past school year, he served as the Director of Public Relations and Alumni Outreach and has shown to be a dedicated and involved member of the SU community. Adam is very grateful for the opportunity to serve as SU’s 2021-2022 SGA President and eager to take on this upcoming school year with his fellow Mustangs.
Kaelyn Gloyd, Vice President
Kaelyn will be serving as the SGA Vice President this year. She is a Senior Leadership scholar majoring in Psychology and minoring in Criminal Justice. On campus, she works as a course assistant for the Psychology Department. One of Kaelyn’s goals that she hopes to achieve as Vice President is to work with the university to provide free menstrual products in all of the bathrooms on campus. She believes it is important for all people to feel welcome and heard, and this goal is just one of the many ways for this idea to come to fruition at SU.
Ruben Amaya, Chief Justice
Ruben will be serving as the Chief Justice this year. He is a Junior Legal Studies major minoring in Criminal Justice. On campus, Ruben spends some of his time working as a Student Ambassador. Ruben wanted to be a part of the SGA because he strongly believes in a student voice that is passionate. His main goal as Chief Justice and as an Executive Cabinet member is to do everything he can to empower the SU student body and ensure every voice is heard.
Matthew Abell, Junior Class Representative
Matthew will be serving as the Junior Class Rep this year. He is a Junior Psychology major and an Honors scholar. On campus, Matthew is the Vice President of ENACTUS, as well as a Lab and Teacher’s assistant. Matthew wanted to be a part of the SGA because he loves getting involved in his community in any way he can and he enjoys going out of his way to help others around him. He is very excited to be back on campus for this school year and hopes to be a comforting and helpful voice for the Junior Class.
Hanaan Abdulmalik-Vollmer, Sophomore Class Representative
Hanaan (Naani) will be serving as the Sophomore Class Rep this year. She is a Sophomore Biology major, an Information Systems minor, and an Honors scholar. On campus, Hanaan is a Mustang Mentor, the Secretary of W.O.R.T.H., and a member of the Leadership scholars SAB and the Honors SAB. From the start, she knew she wanted to be involved in the Stevenson community and make a lasting impact during her time as an undergrad. Especially in these turbulent times, students need their voices heard more than ever, so she hopes to communicate the needs of her class to the rest of the Executive Cabinet and effect change.
Katrina Manabat, Director of Public Relations and Alumni Outreach
Katrina (Kat) will be serving as the Director of Public Relations and Alumni Outreach this year. She is a Junior Nursing major, an Honors scholar, and a Service scholar. On campus, she is a member of the SAB for the Center of Diversity and Inclusion, a member of the Honors SAB, the Treasurer for Mustang Mentors, the VP of Recognition for NRHH, and a member of the NSNA and the Asian Culture Club. Kat’s main goal is to be of great help and support to her fellow Cabinet members, as well as the SU student body during the upcoming school year and beyond.
Makayla Vaughns, Director of Philanthropy
Makayla (Kayla) will be serving as the Director of Philanthropy this year. She is a Senior Legal Studies major and an English minor. Kayla is most excited about getting back to in-person classes and being able to meet and hang out with more SU students on campus as school-wide COVID restrictions begin to, hopefully, ease up this year. She is also excited for all of the activities and programs SU will be putting on as things start getting back to normal.
Aquila Lambert, Director of Diversity and Inclusion
Aquila will be serving as the Director of Diversity and Inclusion this year. She is a Junior Honors scholar majoring in Environmental Sciences and minoring in Communications. On campus, she is the Secretary of Q Group, a member of the Environmental Club, and a member of the SAB for the Center of Diversity and Inclusion. Aquila’s main goal with her position on SGA is to promote a more welcoming, inclusive, and accepting environment on campus especially for underrepresented people. She hopes that everyone can feel safe and accepted for their identity/identities at SU.