James Armour, New SGA President

 

New Student Government Association Officers Announced

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga recently held its 2003-2004 Student Government Association (SGA) officer elections, and James Armour, a sophomore finance major and a 2001 graduate from Humboldt High School, was elected president. Armour has also served as Freshman Senate President. He is a member of the Black Student Association and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Prior to being elected SGA President, Armour was elected SGA Senator, and he recently made the academic achievement Dean’s List.

Reginald Simmons, Jr., a junior finance major and a 2001 graduate from Germantown High School, was elected vice-president. He is also the president of Inroads Student Association in Memphis, Tennessee . He was a member of the National Honor Society while at Germantown. At UTC, Simmons was elected Vice-President of the Freshman Senate. Currently he is a Dean’s Scholar and is working on an internship with FedEx.

Tiffany Campbell, a junior physical therapy major and a 2000 graduate from Peabody High School, was elected treasurer. Prior to her appointment she was an SGA Senator, a member of the Black Student Association and a Siskin Rehabilitation Hospital volunteer.