The Executives are the elected President and Vice Presidents of the Student Government Association who strive to improve student life on campus through their annual projects and initiatives. The Executives act as the official representation of the Student Government Association to University administration, faculty, staff, Board of Trustees, alumni and the larger community.

In picture: President Zeina Farhat ('18), Vice President Ryan Fitzgerald ('19), and Vice President Eduardo Patron ('18).

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Zeina Farhat ('18) is a junior Public Relations and Business student at Xavier. She previously served as the Vice President of the Student Activities Council and Social Media Strategist for Dave Johnson in the Office of Student Affairs. She also is a student representative on the University Harassment Hearing Board. She is a two-time Manresa Orientation Team Group Leader and Peer Mentor. Zeina served a term as a Student Government Association Senator on the Student Organizations Committee. In addition, she has been involved in the D’Artagnan Enterprises Student-Run Business Program and worked as a student intern in the Digital Media Lab. 


Ryan Fitzgerald ('19) is a sophomore Marketing and Economics double major. He currently serves as the Vice President of National Relations for the American Marketing Association: Xavier Chapter. He is also the Marketing Director for TEDxXavier. Ryan is heavily involved in Xavier Students Against Sexual Assault and is working with other student groups focused on awareness and prevention. He served as a member of the Peer Review Board in his first year at Xavier. In addition, he was a Manresa Orientation Team Group Leader, active participant in the Emerging Leaders Initiative and Team Lead for D’Artagnan Marketing Group. 


Eduardo Patron ('18) is a junior International Studies and Political Science double major with a Philosophy minor. He speaks four languages: English, Spanish, French and Mandarin. Eduardo has had unique international experiences, having been to 39 countries and lived in three. At Xavier, he is a member of the Debate and Club Soccer teams and a two-time Manresa Orientation Team Group Leader. He also participated in the Solidarity Semester in Nicaragua in the Spring of 2016.