SGA Executive Branch

The Executive Branch of the Student Government Association is led by the President and Vice President. They have a small cabinet of advisors that keep them informed about all aspects of campus life. The Executive Branch is responsible for faithfully executing all laws set forth by the Legislative Branch, insuring that they are properly addressed by the appropriate administrators at the University of Memphis. The Executive Branch also advises the Freshman Senate.

Drew GilmoreDrew Gilmore
President
cglmore1@memphis.edu

Hello, I'm Drew Gilmore, and I'm the President of the 68th General Assembly of SGA at the University of Memphis. As a senior finance and accounting major, I can say these four years as a Tiger have given me very valuable experiences. I got my start in the Student Government Association as a Cabinet member for the Department of Athletics, and I've been involved ever since. From there, I became a Senator for the Finance committee, and my love for Student Government then drove me to run for President. As President, I hope to accomplish three things: encourage a more inclusive campus, instill more Tiger pride in our student body, and ensure that more students get the most out of their time at The University of Memphis. In my role as SGA President, I have the privilege of serving as the top student body representative to the administration at the University of Memphis, and also as the head of the Executive Branch. I hope that through these roles, I can help you make the most out of your campus experience. Please reach out to us with any questions or concerns. I'm committed to serving each and every student, and I can't wait to hear your opinions and ideas. Thank you, and go Tigers!

Kevyanna Rawls Kevyanna Rawls
Vice President
klrawls@memphis.edu

Kevyanna Rawls is a junior pursuing a Bachelor's degree in English and African American Studies with double minors in Spanish and Sociology. As an advocate for equality and justice, Kevyanna dedicates her service, on and off campus, to the empowerment of individuals who lack representation and a way to voice their concerns. During her time at the University of Memphis, Kevyanna has been involved with Student Activities Council, Queen in Me, the Helen Hardin Honors Program, and various other organizations; however the Student Government Association has always played a vital part in her experience at The University of Memphis. As Vice President, Kevyanna hopes to improve the day-to-day conditions of students while advocating for inclusive environments on campus that celebrate the different cultures, backgrounds, and traditions of students. Through this position, she hopes that she can advocate for you and help make your experience at the university full of tiger pride!