SGA Students Receive Florida College System Accolades

SGA Students Receive Florida College System Accolades

Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) Student Government Association (SGA) leaders Ta’Nasha Parker, Nadia Esha and Karixza “CC” Luna-Soliveras received statewide and regional recognition at the Florida College System Student Government Association (FCSSGA) April Year-End Conference which was held on April 12, 2019.

FSCJ’s SGA Collegewide President Ta’Nasha Parker was named the 2018-19 FCSSGA President of the Year. This award is given to an SGA president from one of the 28 Florida College System (FCS) institutions who has provided distinguished service to their respective college’s SGA. The award winner must exhibit great support, teamwork, opportunities and leadership for their fellow students.

SGA Vice President Nadia Esha was named winner of the 2018-19 FCSSGA Region 1 Leadership Award, which is given to one student who has proven to be a successful leader in their region and their college. FCSSGA Region 1 consists of nine FCS institutions north of Gainesville and east of Pensacola.

Nadia was also selected to be the Chancellor's Clark Maxwell Scholar Student of the Month for April.

Additionally, FSCJ South Campus SGA Vice Chair Karixza “CC” Luna-Soliveras was elected by her peers to serve as the 2019-20 FCSSGA Region 1 Assistant Coordinator. In this role, she will assist the Region 1 Coordinator, work to fill any vacancy in the office of Region Coordinator, and serve as a point of contact for all Region Executive Board members.

“Ms. Parker, Ms. Esha and Ms. Luna-Soliveras are incredible representatives for our College. To be recognized by the Florida College System in this way is a testament to their strong leadership, not only for our College, but also for our sister institutions across the state,” said Interim College President Kevin Hyde. “We are proud of their achievements and grateful for their exemplary service to this College, our students and the Florida College System.”