SGA Branch Leaders

SGA Branch Leaders 2023 - 2024


Executive Branch



Londe Mondelus
Student Body President & University Student Trustee

Londe Mondelus is a fourth-year political science student from West Palm Beach, Florida. Londe is grateful and excited to serve her fellow Rattlers. She currently serves as the Student Government Association President for the 2023-2024 academic year. Her previous leadership role was Senate President Pro-Tempore for Florida A&M University Student Government Association 52nd Student Senate. Londe began her service in SGA as a freshman senator in the 51st Student Senate. 

She has written and sponsored ten pieces of legislation. She was a past intern with Greenberg Traurig Law Firm and Verizon's in-house attorneys as a part of their Verizon/Greenberg Traurig HBCU Pre-Law Internship Program. Londe's current interests are Law, Voter Advocacy, and Public Policy. Londe has experience working with voter registration organizations and the Florida House of Representatives. 

She has also enjoyed being an attendee and presenter for the 2021 UMD Rising Scholars Conference. She actively seeks opportunities to develop problem-solving, analytical, and leadership insight. Londe also serves as an Orange & Green Tour Guide where she actively recruits prospective students by showcasing our illustrious University. She is a member of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and is also a member of J. W. Hatchett Prelaw Honor Society. Loryn is also a spring 2023 initiate of Phi Alpha Delta. While she is committed to forward progress even in her early stages of leadership, it is her hope to make a long-lasting impact on her community. She is delighted to connect with you. 



Jeffrey K. Francis
Student Body Vice President

Jeffrey Francis is a second-year Health Science Pre-Medicine Scholar from Jacksonville, Florida. He is passionate about giving back to his community and is dedicated to making a positive impact on the world. In the fall semester of 2022, Jeffrey won his first seat as a Freshman Senator. He is also a Spring 2023 Inductee of the Powerhouse Chapter of Collegiate 100. As a member of Collegiate 100, Jeffrey has been involved in various activities that have allowed him to develop his leadership skills, including mentoring young students at local schools.

Jeffrey is excited to be serving as the SGA Vice President for the 2023-24 academic year. He is committed to representing the voice of the student body and hopes to work closely with other student leaders and the administration to address issues that affect the student body, including mental health, campus safety, and access to resources. With a strong interest in health equity,  Jeffrey also hopes to use his platform to address health disparities in the black community. 

Legislative Branch



Loryn May
53rd Student Senate President

Loryn Nicole May is a mathematics education scholar from the “Original 850” Pensacola, Fl. She humbly serves as the 53rd Student Senate President at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. During her first semester, her peers elected her to serve as a freshman senator in the 51st Student Senate, where she was then elected as Vice-Chairwoman of the Student Relations Committee. As a sophomore in the 52nd Student Senate, Loryn was appointed to serve as the chairwoman of the Elections and Appointments Committee. She was tasked with duties such as revising election codes, overseeing campus elections, and bringing voter awareness to the student body. Loryn was awarded Vice-Chair of the Year for the 2021-2022 academic year and Sophomore Senator of the Year as well as Committee of the Year for the 2022-2023 academic year. Apart from her student government participation, she is very involved on campus.

Loryn serves as Miss Gold for the Beta Nu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. She also serves as a resident assistant for University Housing, where she manages a university residence hall floor of ethnically diverse undergraduate students. Loryn is also a member of FAMU Elite Dance Squad. She lives by Psalm 46:5 “God is within her, she will not fall: God will help her at break of day." Loryn is excited to take on the role of Senate President and wishes to make a lasting impact on her university.



Kobe J. Buggs 
53rd Student Senate Pro-Tempore

Kobe Buggs is a third-year political science student from Midway, Florida. He is a persistent and efficient undergraduate student at Florida A&M University and is always eager to help students when needed. He currently serves as the Student Senate President Pro-Tempore for the 53rd Student Senate for the 2023-2024 academic year. He previously served as the Activity & Service Fee Liaison for Florida A&M University Student Government Association 52nd Student Senate. Kobe began his SGA journey his freshman year, serving as a Freshman Senator in the 51st Student Senate after working tirelessly to win his position during the Fall 2021 Election Season. 
During his time serving in the Student Government Association, Kobe wrote many dynamic pieces of legislation that catered to the upliftment, fulfillment, and enrichment of the Florida A&M University student body while working to inspire other students on campus to get involved in student leadership. He was a past intern for the House of Representatives and served in the office under Representative Patt Maney. Kobe's current interests are to help redevelop overlooked communities and create opportunities for minority youth to thrive in any career space they enter. Kobe has experience mentoring youth as he volunteers with Distinguished Young Gentleman of America, Incorporated, a local African-American young male-focused leadership program, and interned this past summer with HBCU First, a nation-leading HBCU internship program that helps Black youth navigate the college-to-career journey. 
Kobe serves in a plethora of on-campus organizations where he makes strides to positively impact anyone around him. He serves as the Chapter President for Progressive Black Men, Incorporated, a professional community service-based organization purposed to eradicate negative stereotypes placed upon those of African descent. He serves as a profound Presidential Ambassador for the office of Florida A&M University's President, Dr. Larry Robinson, as well as a Spring 2023 initiate of the Omega Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, Incorporated. Kobe always made it his purpose to go through life impacting and shifting people's lives for the better to progress his community forward. He is ecstatic to connect with you.

Judicial Branch



Klarissa Appiah
Chief Justice of the Student Supreme Court

Klarissa Appiah is a fourth-year pre-law scholar from Palm Coast, Florida by way of Charlotte, North Carolina. On campus, Klarissa is not shy to serve. For example, she co-chartered an organization by the name of The Society of Black Female Future Attorneys, where she serves as the President. She is also a member of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, J.W. Hatchett Pre-Law Society, and Presidential Ambassadors. Off-campus, Klarissa works as a Business Management Consultant at Trydent Consulting.

In the Student Government Association, she has served as the Solicitor General, a Supreme Court Associate Justice, and now serves as the Chief Justice. Klarissa anticipates making an impact on the Judicial Branch and the Student Government Association.  Klarissa Appiah is looking forward to taking her experiences into the real world, where she aspires to go to law school, receive her Juris Doctorate degree, pass the Bar, and increase the 3.1% of black female attorneys.



Braxton McMillon
Associate Chief Justice of the Student Supreme Court

Braxton McMillon is a fourth-year business administration student hailing from Ft. Lauderdale, FL and he is upholding the FAMU legacy as a second-generation Rattler behind his mother.


Braxton currently serves as the Associate Chief Justice in the Student Government Association's Student Supreme Court. Prior to this role, he began his service as an Associate Justice for the 2021-2022 academic year. Braxton has diligently served the university at many other capacities outside of Student Government. He is a proud Spring 2021 initiate of the Beta Nu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. where he served as Secretary. He also served as Vice President of the FAMU NPHC, Chaplain of the Collegiate 100, and as a Presidential Ambassador, to name a few.


While Braxton excels in the classroom and on the yard, he's also had vast professional experience throughout his collegiate career. He interned for Commonfund Asset Management Company in NYC as an Investments Analyst, Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. as a Project Management Analyst, and at FAMU-FSU COE as a Research Analyst. He also fulfilled his passion for languages as a Spanish Tutor here at FAMU's Tutoring Center. Braxton has represented FAMU exceptionally well and will continue to always exude "excellence with caring."