Pride Student Union Executive Board

Tayler King (any pronouns)

President

Major

Responsible for chairing executive board meetings and leading the other board members. Manages the Administrative Cabinet that runs annual special events. Ensures PSU staff are properly supported. The President also externally represents the organization in larger university and community-wide efforts.

Hello everyone! I am super stoked to be this year’s PSU President! My goals for this year is to really focus on the community we have here at UF and expand the reach our organization has to the queer folks on campus. Look forward to meeting you all! Don’t be afraid to come talk to me at meetings, events, or if you see me on campus.

Ember Lieber (they/them)

External Vice-President

2nd year Sociology Major

Responsible for managing the External Cabinet. They oversee graphics, marketing efforts, social media, tabling, outreach, collaborations, special events, and task forces. They are also responsible for communicating with the discussion groups within PSU.

I am so excited to make PSU’s presence on campus even stronger as we foster community for current and new members. I hope to provide a fun and safe space outside of meetings for folx to meet people and make the most of their time at UF.

Jonathan Chance Stephens
(any pronouns)

Internal Vice-President

Major

Responsible for managing the Internal Cabinet. In their role they are responsible for programming and internal affairs. This includes, but is not limited to, managing all planning and programming aspects of General Body Meetings and education of staff and leadership.

Heyo! I am the Internal Vice-President, with the role of helping to craft intentional, exciting General Body Meetings for our organization! I utlilize the support of my Internal Cabinet alongside the opinions and desires of you all to craft memorable GBMs that help to make this campus and our lives more queer-inclusive and queer-visible! Reach out if you have any further questions or ideas!

Oscar Santiago (they/he)

Treasurer

Major

Responsible for managing the Finance Cabinet. They work to manage funds allocated from Student Government, navigate UF SG Finance policy, create budget requests for future semesters, and reach out to potential sponsors establishing alternative funding methods.

Hello! I will be responsible of all things money-related at PSU. I hope to help put on amazing events for people in the community to enjoy! So excited to join this team!

Justin Harvey (he/him)

Secretary

4th year Biology Major and Communications Studies Minor

Responsible for managing the Communications Cabinet. They are also responsible for creating agendas for and taking minutes of Executive Board meetings. The Secretary will serve as a link between PSU co-organizations, programs, and sub-organizations via the Inside Pride Newsletter and the PrideUF website.

Hey y’all! I want to help keep our organization open and accessible for the UF LGBTQ+ community. I’m looking forward to expanding our website, sharing our history, and updating everyone on the great events our team is working on.

Emma Agnelli (they/she)

Queer Cultivation Program Executive Director

Responsible for managing the QCP Cabinet. Their team runs the mentor-mentee pairing and social program under Pride Student Union. QCP aims to foster a sense of community through mentorship and a variety of events ranging from mentor workshops and mentor/mentee events to a retreat in the Spring semester, all while maintaining a safe space where ALL are welcome.

Hello, everyone! I am so excited to kickstart our Mentorship program this semester. I am looking forward to connecting people with others who can help them, as well as growing closer to our queer community in Gainesville. 


Interested in being a PSU leader?

PSU is looking for passionate and dedicated students willing to learn and grow with us. If you’d like to be a part of a community working towards education and equity, we encourage you to apply!


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