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The Cabinet

Chief of Staff

Connor Clegg is a third year Junior from Houston Texas with a major in Political Science and minors in Philosophy and Political Communication.  It is his first year being involved in Student Government but he is active in other organizations around campus including New Student Orientation, the Model Organization of American States, Model U.N., and College Republicans. Connor will be serving as the Chief of Staff in the Homann Administration for the 2016-2017 term.  It is his passion to serve students and he intends to work his hardest to ensure that the administration will be able to represent the student body to guarantee a greater Texas State for years to come. 

Office Hour: T/TH 7:00a.m.-9:00a.m.      LBJ 4-5.4

Graduate House Leader

Joni Schneider

Joni Schneider is a fourth-year doctoral student from Flatonia, Texas. She has received a Bachelors of Science in Applied Mathematics and a Masters of Science in Mathematics from Texas State University and is now working on her PhD in Mathematics Education.  Joni has been involved in Student Government as a Representative of the Graduate House of Representatives since the fall semester of 2011.   She has served one year as the House Secretary and is now serving her third term as House Leader.  She is also an active member of Pi Mu Epsilon and Alpha Chi, and serves as a mentor in the Bobcat Bond Program.  Joni also created and organizes a seminar within the Department of Mathematics for students known as Talk Math 2 Me. Joni is greatly passionate about ensuring that all students can receive as much as they can from their academic experiences at Texas State University.

Senate Pro Tempore


Lindsay Escalante is a senior Public Administration major with a Political Communication minor from Austin, Texas. Lindsay has been involved in Student Government since the fall of 2014 where she served as a Senator at Large. Last year she served as the Committee Chair for the Student Service Committee and was a student representative for the Student Service Fee University Committee. She is an active member of Pi Sigma Alpha a Political Science Honor Society and Alpha Chi. Lindsay is also a third-year Residential Assistant at The College Inn Residential Hall where she oversees a floor of 34 residents. She is also involved with the Department of Housing and Residential Life as an active member of the National Residence Hall Honorary. Lindsay enjoys working on legislation to better the Texas State campus and improve every aspect of student life. 

M - 2:00-4:00 P.M.

W - 2:00-4:00 P.M.  

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Director of Student Services

Cutter W. González is a senior from New Braunfels, Texas, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Geography - Urban and Regional Planning with minors in Psychology and Public Administration. He is an avid hiker and an active musician, having performed on campus with ensembles such as the Texas State Wind Symphony, Texas State Symphony Orchestra, HornCats, and the Bobcat Marching Band.


Cutter’s administrative experience comes from a variety of organizations. He is the current President of Comal County Young Republicans, an organization he founded in 2015 after serving as Political Action Director for Hays County Young Republicans. He has served in an executive capacity for The Horn Society at Texas State, New Braunfels Catholic Students’ Organization, Texas Future Music Educators, and others in addition to serving the City of New Braunfels as a member of the Building Standards Commission and the Community Development Advisory Committee. He brings a passion for Texas State University, a wide range of leadership experience, and devotion to the students of Texas State to his position.

Director of Government Affairs

Katlyn Shull is a fourth-year Bachelor of Arts student who is majoring in Political Science. After two years at Tarrant County College, she transferred to Texas State University in the fall of 2015. Katlyn joined Student Government her first semester and served as Parliamentarian during both the fall and spring semesters. She is now a Senator and serves as Director of Government Affairs. Katlyn is also a head delegate of Model Organization of American States, Model Arab League, and Model United Nations. Katlyn is passionate about government and getting her fellow students involved and informed. She is always open to questions and looks forward to a wonderful year as Director of Government Affairs!

Director of Freshman Leadership

Mason McKie is a third year Junior from Buda, Texas. He is majoring in Political Science with minors in Geography and History. This is his second year being involved in Student Government. His passionate about helping the Freshman Council represent their class and learn about Student Government. He also hopes to make everyone's time at Texas State unforgettable

Director of Finance

Moira Plowey is a fourth-year undergraduate student from Houston, Texas. She is majoring in Business Management at The McCoy College of Business Administration at Texas State University. Moira has been involved in Student Government since the Spring Semester of 2016. She has served one semester has a senator at large and plans to be more involved within the organization as taking the role of Director of Finance. She is also an active member of Delta Zeta-Iota Alpha sorority on campus.  Moira is greatly passionate about ensuring students get the best out of their college experience and has the goal of students becoming more connected with student government here at Texas State University.

Director of Programs and Marketing

Colton Duncan is originally from West Texas; a student from Texas Tech that couldn’t get to Texas State fast enough. He transferred here as a junior for the 2016 spring semester. He is majoring in Political Science, with a minor in Journalism. During his first semester at Texas State University, he was able to find a number of ways to get involved on Campus and in the San Marcos community. Colton has found his niche in Texas State College Republicans, Student Government, and Hays County Young Republicans. He is looking forward to working with the students and organizations on campus as the Executive Director of Programs and Marketing of Student Government, and aims to translate the needs and desires of the student body into his work. He may not have started out as a Bobcat, but he couldn’t be happier to now call Texas State University home.

Supreme Court Chief Justice

John Garcia is a junior here at Texas State University Majoring in Political Science and Minoring in Music. John has always been very interested in politics and the Law, and how the two are often incorporated with each other. He hopes to attend law school after receiving his Bachelor’s Degree, and pursue a career in Law.  John started his service on the court as an associate justice where he was then later extended the opportunity to assume the role of Chief Justice. John hopes to work closely with the President in his cabinet as an advisor of the laws and codes of Texas State University Student Government. He also wishes for the court to play a more pro-active role rather than a re-active role to ensure maximum student government efficiency.