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OFFICERS

OFFICERS

Rhodes College, Memphis

Class of 2020, Political Science

Hometown: Houston, Texas

Faith was Lieutenant Governor at the 49th General Assembly, Speaker of the House of Representatives at the 48th; and a Representative at the 47th.

At Rhodes, she participates in a variety of extracurricular activities such as varsity track and field, Rhodes College Diplomats and Ambassadors.

After graduation, Faith hopes to either attend law school and eventually pursue a career in education reform or venture into finance.

Governor

FAITH UDOBONG

Martin Methodist College, Pulaski

Class of 2019, Religion and Philosophy

Hometown: Centerville, Tennessee

Julia was an Assistant Secretary of State for both the 49th and 48th General Assembly. 

At Martin Methodist, she participates in a variety of extracurricular activities such as women’s soccer and as an assistant coach for the cross-country team.

 

Upon graduation, Julia plans to attend Methodist Theological School in Ohio with plans to become a deacon for the United Methodist Church while continuing her calling to youth ministry and missions.

Secretary of State

JULIA WILLIAMS

Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro

Class of 2020; Business Management

Hometown: Murfreesboro

Kobe represented MTSU in the House for the 48th and 49th General Assemblies. At MTSU, Kobe is an SGA Senator and works as a staff writer and student producer for the school's Marketing and Communications office.

He's former secretary of the MTSU College Democrats and works for the Nashville Sounds baseball team.

Once he graduates, Kobe plans to stay at MTSU and get his MBA before working in sports business or supply chain management.

State Treasurer

KOBE HERMANN

King University, Bristol

Class of 2021; Political Science & History

Hometown: Bluff City, Tennessee

Stephen was King's head delegate at the 49th General Assembly and a member of its AMC3 team. 

He is active at his school and church and is currently serving as assistant scoutmaster of his former Boy Scout troop, which he graduated from in 2016 after reaching the rank of Eagle Scout.

Stephen plans to attend law school to study constitutional law after graduating from King.

Attorney General

STEPHEN KUSICK

University of Memphis

Class of 2020; Political Science & International Studies

Hometown: Maryville, Tennessee

Brock represented Memphis in the Senate for the 47th, 48th and 49th General Assemblies and now leads the chamber.

On campus, Brock is a founding father of the Epsilon Pi chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and is currently serving as its Grand Master of Ceremonies.

After Brock graduates, he plans on getting his master's degree while attending law school.

Lt. Governor and Speaker of the Senate

BROCK ROWELL

Rhodes College, Memphis

Class of 2020; Political Science & Music

Hometown: Cordova, Tennessee

Harley represented Rhodes in the Senate for the 48th and 49th General Assemblies.

At Rhodes, she is an Ambassador and Vice President of Rhodes College TISL. She works for the Development Office.

Harley also teaches flute at a local elementary school. After graduating, Harley hopes to attend law school or graduate school.

Speaker Pro Tem of the Senate

HARLEY CHAPMANN

University of Memphis

Class of 2019; Business Finance

Hometown: Memphis

Matthew represented his university in the House for the 48th and 49th General Assemblies and was also Head Delegate for the 49th.

At Memphis, he is President of the College Republicans. Until recently, he was West Tennessee Chairman for the Tennessee College Republicans. After graduation, he plans to attend law school.

Speaker of the House

MATTHEW MULLINS

The University of Tennessee at Martin

Class of 2021; Political Science

Hometown: Portland, Tennessee

Hunter was a member of the House for the 49th General Assembly and an AMC3 Magistrate for the 48th.

At UTM, Hunter is Speaker of the Senate for his Student Government Association. He is employed part-time at Advance Financial.

Once he graduates, Hunter Plans to go to the UT School of Law where to focus on corporate and business law.

He hopes to work for a law firm in the future and also one day represent his home district at the state level.

Speaker Pro Tem of the House

HUNTER MCCLOUD

Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville

Class of 2020; History

Hometown: Nashville

Marina was an Associate Justice at the 49th General Assembly and an attorney on Trevecca's AMC3 team for the 47th and 48th General Assemblies.

On campus, she is President of the Student Body and the Regional Director of Orthodox Christian Campus Ministries. She previously interned in the law department of Asurion, and now works part-time at Neal & Harwell, PLC.

 

After graduation, Marina plans to attend law school with the hopes of becoming a labor law attorney.

Chief Justice

MARINA YOUSEF

Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville

Class of 2020; Social Justice

Hometown: Nashville

Jacie was CEO of the Tennessee Healthcare Professionals lobbying firm at the 49th General Assembly. At the 48th, she lobbied for Diversity & Disability and switched to the Senate to fill a mid-session vacancy. At Trevecca, Jacie has worked in her local community with non-profit organizations serving a vast variety of people.

She is involved with the Tennessee College Democrats and also works as the Assistant to the Vice President at Rescue 1 Global, a local anti-human trafficking alliance in Nashville.

After graduation, Jacie plans to attend law school with hopes of being an international civil rights lawyer.

Lobbying Director

JACIE WOMACK