The 2019 Student Government Association Executive Cabinet

Student Government Association

Oxford College students elect the officers of our Student Government Association (SGA). SGA represents the interests of the student body to college administration, faculty, and staff, and it's a resource for you and all students during your time at Oxford.

Oxford’s SGA is a divisional council of Emory University's SGA, which is the university’s central student governing body.

SGA comprises motivated and diverse individuals who work hard to represent the student body throughout their term. From approving budgets for student events, organizing campus-wide campaigns, listening to student concerns and chartering innovative student organizations, this group plays an important part of student life at Oxford.

SGA Executive Cabinet

SGA officers make up the SGA Executive Cabinet. Fellow students elect these officers in the spring semester of their first year.

2022-23 Executive Cabinet Members

  • President: Andrew Yang
  • Executive Vice President: Michael Cao
  • Vice President of Communications: Ethan Mao
  • Vice President of Elections and Charters: Oluwaseun Abitogun
  • Vice President of Finance: Ben Damon
  • Vice President of Internal Affairs: Olivia Fernandez
  • Vice President of Environmental Sustainability: Mel Faaroon
  • Attorney General: Jeremy Salguero
  • Chief Justice: John Wang
  • Oxford-Atlanta Liaisons: Uma Shenai, Claire Bae, and Ellie Fivas
  • SAC President: Zaria Herriman
  • Speaker of the Senate: Kush Patel

SGA General Assembly

The SGA General Assembly is composed of the Executive Board and 14 senators—nine first-year senators and five second-year senators.

Second-year Senators:

  • Amisha Agarwal
  • Janvi Choksi
  • Hanmin Kim
  • Kush Patel
  • Rebecca Urato
First-year Senators: 
  • Owen Abeles
  • Berkeley Borkert
  • Elizabeth Brubaker
  • Asmita Lehther
  • Jessica Malvin
  • Tashfia Noor
  • Toluwanimi Olaleye
  • Aaron Zhao
  • Amiee Zhao


SGA sponsors several committees that address the concerns of students such as health and wellness, living (dining, housing, sustainability, and dining), transportation, arts and academics, and diversity and inclusion.