The Student Body President is the chief executive officer of Student Government and the official spokesman of the Baylor student body to all Baylor constituencies, the public and media, and other colleges and universities. This position also advises Class Officers and the rest of the executive branch.
Hannah Causey is a senior Business major from Carrollton, Texas. She joined Student Government freshman year as a senator and then served as the Public Relations Committee Chair her sophomore year. She served as the 2017-2018 External Vice President, where she worked at communicating to outside organizations and being the liaison for Student Government. She helped bridge the gap between organizations on campus and the Waco community by creating a means of communication between the two. Hannah and her team created initiatives like Bear2Bear, I Love Waco Day, Buttoned Up, and the Good Neighbor Policy. Connecting that bridge between the community and campus and building a better Waco. After spending the past three years in Student Government, she knows what it means to be the voice for the Student Body and enabling students to know they can have a voice.
As Student Body President, Hannah strives to embrace the community we have at Baylor and finding a balance between expressing diversity and honoring the unity that this university was founded on. She hopes to support student wellness through the continuation of Mental Health Day and the Student Care and Wellness Fund. Lastly, she wants to continue the enhancement of campus accessibility and safety through collaboration with the university. Hannah aims at transforming this University by growing the number of people who lead with integrity, and who lead with a healthy disregard for the impossible. One of her main goals is to strive at making each students' experience fulfilling and holistic, especially when it comes to the Baylor community!