Additionally, I have served as a Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor, as a staff member for USC Dance Marathon and as the Assistant Executive Director of The BIG Event. I have soaked up every single moment as a student at USC the past three years. My experiences as a student have more than prepared me to step into the role of Student Body President, as I work to give back to the university that has given me everything. I look forward to sharing my vision for Carolina as I embark on this journey to become your Student Body President.
Forever to thee,
My name is Sam Mayberry, and I am running to be your next Student Body President. I am a junior Political Science major from Hurricane, West Virginia. Although I am not a native South Carolinian, I have spent the last three years growing to understand what it means to be a Gamecock and will proudly wear that title for the rest of my life. During my time at USC, I have served on Student Government’s Freshman Council, the Student Body President’s Cabinet, and am currently Chief of Staff to the Student Body President. I am an active member of Greek Life as a sister of Alpha Gamma Delta.
My name is Zach Crawford and I’m running to be the next Student Body Vice President. I am currently studying Marketing and Human Resources with a minor in Public Relations and Advertising. Originally being from Charleston, South Carolina, I’ve been a proud Gamecock my entire life. I understand that being a Gamecock is a lifelong commitment.
During my time at the University of South Carolina, I have had the honor of being involved with Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, Phi Chi Theta Business Fraternity, Dance Marathon, the office of New Student Orientation, Phi Alpha Delta Pre-law Fraternity International, Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Health Honor Society, Relay for Life, the Homeless Outreach Society, Public Relations Student Society of America and the Office of Student Conduct. Outside of the university I have worked for Publix Supermarkets, The South Carolina Republican Party, Aflac, The Masters Tournament, The Wells Fargo Championship, Senior Express and several different political campaigns.
As a first-generation college student, I am thrilled to be able to use the knowledge I’ve gained from the past three years to set an example for current and future Gamecocks. I know that I am privileged enough to attend one of the greatest Universities in the country, but great does not mean good enough. We have come so far yet have so far to go. I believe that with the support of every Gamecock, I will lead our university to be a more inclusive and united community.
Forever to Thee,