SGA Executive Team: 2016
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: Legislative Vice President: Kiana Salazar, Class of 2018, President: Caleb Mickler, Class of 2017, Administrative Vice President: Michael Quigley, Class of 2017
How to Reach Us:
Email us, call us at 513-745-4249, visit us in GSC 270, or come to our meetings - Mondays at 5:30p in GSC 214.
Caleb Mickler, President
Hi! I hope all is well. Thanks for visiting this page to learn more about Kiana, Michael and I and a few of our ambitions during this term. Once again, my name is Caleb Mickler. I am a junior majoring in electronic media with minors in gender and diversity studies, public relations, advertising, and media studies. My executive teammates are Kiana Salazar and Michael Quigley.
A great passion of mine has been public service; I love helping others. That is what attracted me to Xavier so much; the Jesuit values, mission and identity are ideals that I hope to be align to one day. During my time at Xavier, I have been on of Student Government Association, Student Activities Council, Center for Interfaith Community Engagement Leadership Cabinet and the Black Student Association
A main initiative I want to do is assist within Xavier's ties within the surrounding neighborhoods we are situated in. I want to reach out in how to assist in the effort to better those ties.
Legislative Vice President
Hi, I’m Kiana! I’m a sophomore from Chicago majoring in Special education and Montessori education. I’ll be serving as the Legislative Vice President. During our administration I hope to create more transparent ways to show our Jesuit Mission and Identity.
Administrative Vice President
How’s it going? My name is Michael and I will serve as the Administrative Vice President. I am a junior Economics major, with a minor in PreMed from Boston. In our term, I plan to focus on ways to have better consistency with academic policies.