Dr. Foster Chason
Matthew Knight is Student Government Association President. A sophomore in majoring in political science, Matthew plans to graduate as an honors student this spring. Upon graduation, he hopes transfer to MTSU to obtain his bachelor's degree in political science, concentrating in pre-law with minors in economics and philosophy. From there, Matthew pursue his passion for public service. He may pursue a law degree or a graduate degree.
Matthew understands the value of his community college education and being active on campus, and strongly encourages other students to do the same. Matthew has been a successful debater as a member of Walters State's championship debate team and served as a delegate both years to the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature. He can often be found in the Humanities Lobby performing written pieces with Word Up or engaging members of Philosophy club in discussions. Matthew enjoys working out, reading history and philosophy, and spending time with friends and family.
He assumed the office of President after last year's spring election with the mission of re-building Walters State's Student Government to more effectively meet its goals and purposes.
Marie Price is Student Government Association Vice President. Marie is a sophomore working toward an A. S. in General Studies. She plans to graduate as an honors student this spring. Marie plans to pursue a bachelor's degree encompassing her interests in history, writing and mathematics.
In her spare time, Marie enjoys traveling, hiking, dancing and karate. She also enjoys spending time with friends.
Marie ran for the office of Vice President so that she could become more involved in working for the good of her community.
Brooke Morgan is your Student Government Association Secretary/Treasurer at Walters State Community College. A sophomore majoring in chemistry, Brooke plans to graduate as an honors student this spring. Upon graduation, she plans to transfer to MTSU as a double major in chemistry and forensic science. Her aspirations after acquiring her bachelor's degree include joining the FBI or TBI as a forensic scientist, in addition to continuing her education by seeking a professional or graduate degree.
Around campus, Brooke can be found in the chemistry lab conducting experiments, in the library researching her honors topic, or in the Senators Page office filling envelopes with information for potential students. She is the vice president of scholarship of Phi Theta Kappa, a member of the Science Club, a Senators Page, and a member of the Honors Program. In her spare time, Brooke enjoys reading a good mystery/thriller, spending time with friends and family, as well as practicing karate.
Brooke ran for the office of Secretary/Treasurer, offering her clerical and organizational abilities, in order to support the fulfillment of the mission of Student Government at Walters State Community College.
Ryan Herald is Student Government Association Sophomore Representative. He is a sophomore majoring in Psychology. After earning his associates, he plans to attend ETSU and Vanderbilt, eventually becoming a psychiatrist.
He can often be found reading, doing homework and cleaning his car.
Mr. Herald ran for Sophomore Representative as a way in which he may repay the community for the kindness he has been given, and to help fellow peers reach their goals as they have helped him reach his.
Jerrod Weems is your Student Government Association Freshman Representative at Walters State Community College. Jerrod is a freshman majoring in accounting. After earning his associate's degree, Jerrod plans to continue his accounting endeavor at East Tennessee State University. His future aspirations include earning his MBA, MAcc, and CPA licensure to enhance a career in hospital administration.
In his spare time, Jerrod enjoys spending time with friends and family, hiking, swimming, playing basketball, and supporting Tennessee Vols athletics.
Jerrod ran for the office of Freshman Representative to bring and maintain a greater vision of campus and community leadership for not just first-year students, but the entire student body here at Walters State.