The University of Alabama Student Government Association’s Lobby Board is a collective of students dedicated to serving as advocates on behalf of the Student Government Association and students at the University of Alabama. Through their efforts, Lobby Board seeks to bring awareness to various political initiatives such as voter education and registration, higher education advocacy both within state and federal programs, and many more throughout all levels of government. Lobby Board partners with various organizations both on campus and within the Tuscaloosa community to promote these efforts, including but not limited to Vote Everywhere UA and the Women’s League of Voters, specifically to raise awareness for the importance of voter engagement in all aspects of the UA campus and community. Lobby Board works directly with the Vice President of External Affairs to bridge the gap between UA students and the surrounding community, encouraging both parties to express ideas and concerns for the betterment of Tuscaloosa as a whole. As a nonpartisan organization, The Lobby Board strives to embody every aspect of the Capstone, acting as the voice for every member of the community, no matter the adversities faced.
For more information on how to get involved, check out our instagram @ualobbyboard and for questions regarding Lobby Board email firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Lobby Board
Garrett is a junior at UA from Jasper, Georgia. He is currently majoring in Political Science and History with a concentration in Legal History and a minor in Communications. He was a member of the Lobby Board last year and is excited to have the opportunity to lead it this year. In additions to his role in SGA, Garrett is a member of the Blackburn Institute and a member of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity.
Director of Lobby Board
Marcella Martinez is a junior from Managua, Nicaragua, but she completed High School in Birmingham, Alabama. She is currently majoring in Economics and Political Science and is on track to graduate with her Master’s in Economics. She has served in various leadership roles throughout campus including in her sorority, Pi Beta Phi, Capstone Agency, and The Blackburn Institute. Marcella is excited to serve as the Director of Lobby Board for the Student Government Association. She hopes to organize intentional programming regarding state and local politics, and promote civic engagement within Lobby Board and the University of Alabama as a whole.