Morgan Robb, President
Morgan is a Senior studying Marketing and ISOM. This is her 4th year in SGA; before becoming President, she served as a Senator for the Class of 2019, Public Relations chair, and Secretary. She loves getting to work with so many different people at Suffolk, and is determined to do all she can to make Suffolk a comfortable and safe place for all students to learn and grow. In her free time you can usually find her at Fenway Park or finding a good sandwich to eat! Morgan wants to do whatever she can to help Suffolk students, and she loves to be a part of this community. Feel free to stop her on campus with any question or concern, or just to say hi!
Douglas Botelho, Vice President
Doug Botelho is currently a senior in Suffolk University's College of Arts and Sciences. He is a Government major with a concentration in Law and Public Policy, and seeks minors in both Public Service and Marketing. Prior to holding the Vice-Presidency, Doug served Suffolk's community as a Senator for the class of 2020 and as the Chair of the Academics Committee. He is currently a Resident Assistant in the 10 West Residence Hall where he seeks to give those who live on-campus the best possible experience. Doug is almost always on campus and encourages you to introduce yourself and let him know how he can help. He enjoys the work of John Mulaney, has a profound appreciation for all pizza, and makes more than his fair share of dad-jokes. Pronouns: he/him/his
Tyler Dahm, Secretary
Born in Vernon Hills, Illinois, Tyler is a Honors Sophomore in the Sawyer Business School studying Finance. This is his 2nd year in SGA and first serving as Secretary. Besides SGA, he is also involved with Suffolk Investment Club. He enjoys working with all students to ensure that they succeed. In his spare time, he likes to walk around Boston, watch movies, and go boating. If you need him, don't be shy to ask, and if you see him, be sure to say hello.
Michael Royce, Treasurer
Michael Royce is a Senior Marketing major with a double minor in Business Law and Management. Michael has served as a Senator for the Class of 2019 for 2 years. He has served on the Public Relations committee and the Student Affairs committee. Along with being part of the Student Government Association, Michael is a Trustee Ambassador and a part of the Journey Program. He is a work study in the Student Leadership and Involvement office. He is always available if you have questions.