Homecoming Court voting starts on OWL Express: Wednesday, October 8th, at 9:00am and last until Friday, October 10th, at 12:00pm. https://owllife.kennesaw.edu
Nominees for Homecoming KING
Jacob Bowman was born and raised in the country where he spent most of my time outside fishing, hunting, or running. He is a Nursing Major with a German Studies minor and hopes one day to become a Nurse Anesthetist. Jacob is a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity and on the Interfraternity Council. He enjoys skydiving, writing songs and playing guitar. His moral belief is that every individual should be treated better than they ever have been before. Being friendly is never a task for him, but rather an enjoyable opportunity to learn about somebody and what they have experienced.
Brenton Davis is a senior Integrative Studies major who serves as an Ambassador for the African American Male Initiative under Multicultural Student Retention Services. He has served as an officer and volunteer for the Kennesaw Activities Board and African American Student Alliance. He enjoys drawing, painting, photography, graphic design & music production. Brenton is also a member of the National Art Education Association and Word Up: Spoken word and Poet Society. He grew up in the “one red light town” of Abbeville, Georgia.
MAJOR: Integrative Studies
Eric Johnson is currently serving the students of Kennesaw State University as the President of the Student Government Association. His past leadership experiences include Head Orientation Leader, several positions in the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, President of the Interfraternity Council, and various committees regarding football, fan experience, and the University Council which advises President Papp. He has a passion for Kennesaw State University and it’s students. Eric is also the President of the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference and sits on the Supreme Council for the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
MAJOR: Political Science
Jeff Salter is a member Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and hopes to enter into a leadership role in the organization next month during elections. He has been in several organizations at Kennesaw, which include the KSU gymnastic club, running club and swimming club. He is an active member at my church, which includes playing in the praise band and assisting with community makeover projects. He has also assisted in building ball fields in Georgia to encourage children to play sports. I'm also really excited for this opportunity to run as Pi Kappa Phi's representative for Kennesaw's homecoming king.
Daniel Vehar is a senior at Kennesaw State University who will be graduating in December with a bachelor in Integrative Studies with a concentration in Business and Leadership. For the past two years he has been the president of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity where he has helped the chapter achieve many awards both at the national and local level. Daniel is also involved in the organization Tutu’s for Tata’s and does volunteer work with local disability organizations. He absolutely loves KSU, and has tried to fully immerse himself in the school. KSU has helped him to achieve all the goals that he set for his college career.
Nominees for Homecoming QUEEN
Katherine McCauley is currently a senior working toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and Performance Studies with a minor in Dance. She is a founding sister of Eta Omega chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority where she has held various leadership positions. Katherine is also involved in Tutus for Tatas, Toastmasters International, Kennesaw Pride Alliance and Relay for Life. She is the reigning Miss Rome and will go on to compete for the title of Miss Georgia in June 2015.
Aja’ Moore is a senior studying middle grades education. She is an active member of the Sigma Epsilon chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. This year marks her fourth year on the KSU competitive cheer club sports team as well as her third year as a Resident Assistant for the on campus residents of KSU. Her personal motto; "Let your smile change the world, but never let the world change your smile," emphasizes that as KSU students, we should collectively use our smiles to advocate and promote change in things that we hold near and dear to our hearts, but in return, we must never lose our smiles in the event things are not as we believe.
MAJOR: Middle Grades Education
Julie Roser is a senior who is majoring in Organizational Communication and minoring in Marketing. She has been involved in numerous organizations on campus, such as, been a member of the KSU cheerleading team, a peer advisor for the Undergraduate Advising Center for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, a writer for the Kennesaw State newspaper, The Sentinel, a member of the Center for Student Leadership, and a member of numerous other clubs and organizations. She has volunteered for several organizations and events as well as intern for the Georgia State Capitol and The Bert Show. She is currently working at the State Capitol and the assistant volunteer cheerleading coach for Kennesaw State.
MAJOR: Organizational Communication
Gabrielle Williams is a Senior Middle Grades Education Major who hopes to become a Math Teacher after graduation. She is a member and executive officer for the Pi Phi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She also volunteers at her church, is involved with the Multicultural Student Retention Services office and Volunteer KSU program. Her personal mission is to “positively impact the lives of individuals through teaching, mentoring, and service” which she lives out through her service to her sorority, her church and KSU.
MAJOR: Middle Grades Education
Danielle Windom is beginning her third year at Kennesaw State. She serves on the Leader's Council for Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, she is involved in Public Relations Student Society of America and the Living Room at KSU. She works for Allstate Insurance Company's corporate office in the corporate relations department. Two things that bring her the most joy are her two younger sisters and her incredible circle of friends. She believes that a moment of gratitude now and then can make a huge difference in attitude.