Posted by Philip Poole on 2012-05-14

Cameron Thomas will lead Samford University's Student Government Association for the 2012-13 school year. He was elected SGA president after serving as a student senator the past two years. 

Thomas is a sophomore religion major from Goodwater, Ala. He is active in a number of campus activities, including serving as a Samford Ambassador. Thomas succeeds Riley Westmoreland, who is a spring graduate. 

Corey Jackson, a junior psychology major from Decatur, Ala., was elected vice president for Senate. He will preside over the Student Senate, which is the legislative body for student government. 

Other vice presidents include Sarah Waller, a junior journalism and mass communication major from Gainesville, Ga., events; Emily Johnson, sophomore biology major from Cleveland, Tenn., public relations; and Abby Sander, senior Spanish major from Jacksonville, Fla., development.