Dexter L. McCoy, Student Body President
President Dexter L. McCoy, a native of Houston, Texas, is a junior in the College of Fine Arts, where he is classified as Pre-Law and studies Music Education with a minor in Political Science. President McCoy is former President of Umoja, Boston University’s Black Student Union. Building uponits 45 year history, Umoja, under President McCoy’s leadership, experienced rapid growth and development and greatly advanced the cause of diversity on BU’s campus. Additionally, President McCoy has served in various leadership roles throughout the university and Boston, including Coordinator of the Admissions Student Diversity Board, Ambassador in the Howard Thurman Center, Freshman Representative of the Collegiate Music Education National Conference and Judicial Commissioner for Student Union. President McCoy brings passion for leadership and diversity to his role as Student Body President and Chief Executive of the Undergraduate Student Government.
Aditya Rudra, Executive Vice President
Vice President Aditya Rudra is a Posse Scholar from Atlanta studying Finance at Boston University’s School of Management. Vice President Rudra has been active in the School of Management Student Government for the past two years, where he has served as the President of his class. He serves as a Student Ambassador for the Howard Thurman Center as well the President of the HTC’s Council for Global Citizenship and a regular at Coffee and Conversation. Vice President Rudra seeks to combine his passion for social justice with his experience in student government to make Student Union more activist-friendly.
Vice President David Anthony Whatley (D.A.) is a sophomore in School of Management from Atlanta, Georgia. Vice President Whatley has served as Vice President of Warren Towers R.H.A and chairman for the Student Union Advocacy Committee. One of Vice President Whatley’s accomplishments in Student Union is his work with Senator Caitlin Seele and other members of the community on making Gender Neutral Housing an initiative that is recognized by the University Administration. Additionally, Vice President Whatley has worked tirelessly to serve and address the needs of his constituents and the Student Body.
Sophia Woyda, Vice President of Internal Affairs
Vice President Sophia Woyda, from Sudbury Massachusetts, is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Economics. She began her leadership involvement in the College of General Studies Student Government Association, as a CGS Dean’s Host, as well as Orientation Student Advisor. She is formerly the Chief of Staff of the Boston University Student Union, where she found her place in the BU leadership community as a mentor and advocate for student leaders throughout the university. Vice President Woyda is a lifetime dancer and dance instructor, and enjoys the performing arts, language, politics, and economic philosophy.