Written by Dustin Fenton. Digital Media by Jessica Sturgeon.
We would like to introduce to you and congratulate the 2013-14 GC Student Association (GCSA) President-elect and Vice President-elect: Nathan Hood and Emily Callon, respectively. These two students are some of our most engaged students in and out of the classroom and now have the opportunity to serve their classmates and Greenville College in this honorable leadership role. They will be trying to fill their cabinet in the next couple of weeks, so if you know of other students who would be a great fit serving on the GCSA executive cabinet please let Nathan and Emily know right away. Nathan Hood will be a Junior Business Management major next year as he leads the student body as the Executive President. He is a fourth generation GC student and has been involved with GCSA Executive Cabinet this year orchestrating student outreaches as the V.P. of Student Outreach. Nathan looks forward to the “challenge of being the link between students and the rest of the GC community.” Observing Nathan this year as he fulfilled his V.P. responsibilities, it is evident he is a servant and is looking to serve those around him in any way possible . He is “open to new ideas or critiques of something GCSA is doing” and encourages efforts to reach out to him or any other part of GCSA to help advance Greenville College. Emily Callon, our Executive V.P.-elect, will also be a Junior and is majoring in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. She is very passionate about teaching kids and “being able to be an aid in their adventure of life as they grow in who they are.” Greenville has been a rewarding decision, not just because she is the Vice President-elect, but because she is “continually reminded why God has put her here, that is to stretch and grow.” Emily is excited to see how the Lord will provide in this new opportunity and adventure. As you see these two students around campus, please congratulate them on their elected posts, pray for/with them in their tasks ahead, and encourage them throughout this coming year.