2023-2024 Executive Council
The Executive Council includes the elected Student Body President, Vice President of Communications, and Vice President of Finance along with the Speaker of the Senate (who is selected by the Senate from among the elected Senators).
Britt Mobley, Executive President
Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina
Majors: Strategic Communications and Outdoor Leadership Education
How they serve the Elon University community: Over the past few years, I have been able to listen and learn from all types of stakeholders – faculty, staff, administrators, and, most importantly, my student peers. This year is not only the year of building bridges between the vibrant and lively communities all across campus but also of making sure that Elon and its representatives are in an accessible place where students feel that their voices are heard, ideas are promoted, and their communities ultimately changed for the better. My office is always open, so please do not hesitate to bring ideas.
Caroline Mitchell, Vice President of Communications
Hometown: Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Majors: Journalism and Communication Design
Minor: Policy Studies
How they serve the Elon University community: As someone who is passionate about serving our community, I plan to work collaboratively with the student body to identify their needs and concerns and take appropriate action to address them. My intention is to prioritize transparency, accountability, and accessibility, ensuring that every student has a voice and is represented through SGA. As a bridge between Elon students and the administration, I am excited to collaborate with other organizations on campus to create new opportunities for engagement and growth.
Gabriella Gutiérrez, Vice President of Finance
Hometown: Chesapeake, Virginia
Minors: Political Science, Spanish, International and Global Studies
How they serve the Elon University community: I have been a member of Elon’s Student Government Association since I arrived at Elon fall of my freshman year and have always been incredibly passionate about helping further our campus and support student ideas. After serving as class Treasurer and retaining a seat on the Finance Board my sophomore year, I have valued being a part of an organization that allocates funds for different events and ideas hosted by student organizations. I love being able to support these organizations’ ideas and walking around campus seeing said events being hosted with members both in and outside the organization enjoying themselves. It shows how strong the Elon community is and I am proud that I am able to be a part of it.
Chloe Higgins, Speaker of the Senate
Hometown: Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Majors: Political Science and Economics
Minor: Leadership Studies
How they serve the Elon University community: I understand that everyone on campus might not always see SGA’s efforts, but it is a priority of mine to make our presence known and to be more accessible to the student body. My door is always open, whether it be for members of the Senate or students with ideas or concerns. As I lead the Senate, I look forward to empowering senators to represent their constituents to the fullest and help to make a positive impact on Elon. I am here to lead through listening and believe that we can only succeed if we listen to each other. Please feel free to stop by my office hours or send me an email if you would like to chat about anything— but specifically committees, legislation, and the senate.
Cabinet positions may be filled by any student who meets the minimum qualifications (2.7 GPA and in good standing with the University). They are appointed by the SGA President and confirmed by the Senate.
Chief of Staff: Taylor Cote
Deputy Chief of Staff: Leah Weinstock
Civic Engagement and Service Director: Maddie Hewgley
Community Outreach Director: TBD
Diversity Director: Aleezah Adams
Inclusion Director: TBD
Wellness and Well-Being Director: Grace Ackerman
Student Engagement Director: TBD
Sustainability Director: Genevieve Nichols
Members of the Communications Team may be filled by any student who meets the minimum qualifications (2.7 GPA and in good standing with the University). They are nominated at the discretion of the VP of Communications, appointed by the SGA President and confirmed by the Senate.
Assistant VP of Communications: Lexi Riolo