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Brandon HayesBrandon Hayes
SGA President

Brandon Hayes is president of SGA. During his term, he wants to reach out and support his peers as well as establishing a closer working relationship between the student body and the college administration. He is a sophomore majoring in accounting. He plans to transfer to the University of Tennessee to pursue a double major in accounting and logistics. Brandon is the Phi Theta Kappa Vice President of Service, a Senators Page, member of Kappa Beta Delta (honor society for business majors), Tennessee Achieves mentor, and the director of Drive Thru Services at Chick-fil-A, Morristown.

Aaron MooreAaron Moore
SGA Vice President

Aaron Moore is dual majoring in political science and economics. He has served as the vice president of the debate team, winning two state titles. He is also as the Vice President of the Philosophy Club, on the board of Communication Week, on the student board for developing the speech lab, as a committee leader for the International Club, and as a member of the Science Club. Aaron has worked with professors and students in every building in an attempt to give back and assist with an emphasis on communication.

Denise HarrisDenise Harris
SGA Secretary/Treasurer

Denise Harris looks forward to service as secretary/treasurer this year, working with fellow officers to better serve the student body. She is a sophomore majoring in social work. She plans to transfer to the University of Tennessee to complete graduate studies in that field. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and secretary of the Philosophy Club. In her spare time, Denise enjoys cooking, traveling and reading a good book.

Mollie OwensMollie Owens
SGA Freshman Representative

Mollie Owens loves to help others and that is why she became involved in SGA. She is looking forward to working with the freshman class. She is a mathematics major. Her goal is teach calculus at the high school level. Mollie is vice president of leadership for the Senators Pages. She is also in the Honors Program at Walters State.

Chris O'ConnorChris O'Connor
Sevier County SGA Representative

Chris O'Connor enjoys working closely with the administration and students to assist in any way possible. He has a double majoring in AAS-Business/Culinary Arts and AS-General. Chris was named outstanding student for the Claiborne County Campus last year. He plans a career in restaurant services.

Kaylee ProffittKaylee Proffitt
Greeneville / Greene County SGA Representative

Kaylee Proffitt wants to let students know there is always someone to talk with about issues. She seeks to be a voice for students. She also wants to inform students how they can gain more experience through community participation. Kaylee has an associate degree in social work and is now following her goal of becoming a physical therapist. Kaylee plans to transfer to East Tennessee State University. Kaylee does volunteer work for local nursing homes and hospitals.

Kimberly VenableKimberly Venable
Claiborne County SGA Representative

Kimberly Venable became an SGA officer so that she could assist new students in handling the pressures and demands of college life. She is a mathematics major. She plans to transfer to Lincoln Memorial University to pursue a degree in mathematics as well as a possible degree in education. Her hobbies include horseback riding, scrapbooking, traveling and fishing.