SGA President Jordan Harvey


Q: Where are you from? 

A: Forsyth, Ga.


Q: What plans do you have after graduation?

A: Pursue MBA at Georgia State University for job opportunities at UPS or IBM.


Q: What organizations are you involved in?

A: Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity Inc., Black Executive Exchange Program, Black Dynasty Modeling Troupe, Favrot Student Union Board, Georgia Club, and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.


Q: What former positions  have you held at Grambling State University?

A: SGA Deputy election commissioner, Co-Chair of hospitality committee. (FSUB),  and Junior Class President.


Q: What is your platform?

A: Let Us Be Your V.o.i.c.e.: Vital opinions inputs concerns and endeavors.


Q: Vision for SGA

A: It’s my role to take the problems and concerns from the student body to the administration. My vision is to equip the student body with the proper knowledge and guidance to get through the university and into the real world. In the years I have spent here, there has been a shortage of educating our young Black men and women on proper etiquette for business, social, political and daily trials and tribulations. 


Q: What are some issues you want to address?

A: I (want) to address student involvement, awareness, enrollment and retention. It’s important that (I) recruit as many students as I can.


Q: What have you learned about Grambling’s system as being president?

A: It is imperative that the university unites. 


Q: How are you balancing your organizations and being president?

A: By getting them involved and using the organizations for their individuality and for their respective  talents and goals.