Javin Bowman
Louisiana State Police                            

Javin Bowman is from Shreveport and attends Louisiana State Univserity where he is majoring in criminology and political science with a minor in English. He is currently the student body president of LSU and the leadership development chair for the LSU Ambassadors’ Executive Council. Bowman plans to get his Masters in Public Administration after he completes his undergraduate degree. 





Elizabeth Bueche
Board of Regents

Elizabeth Bueche is from Plaquemine and attends Louisiana State University where she is majoring in mass communication with a concentration in political communication with minors in international studies and political science. At LSU, she is the president of Tri Delta and serves as a Student University Hearing Panelist. Bueche previously worked as the lead marketing intern for LSU's Office of Multicultural Affairs. She also worked as a camp counselor at Camp Hardtner in Pollock, LA. Bueche will be applying to law school in the fall. 





Bailey Chauvin
Department of Education

Bailey Chauvin is from New Orleans and attends Louisiana State University where she is a Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College student majoring in political science and minoring in business administration and leadership development. Chauvin previously served as editor-in-chief for the Reveille, LSU’s student newspaper, and was a public policy and advocacy intern for the Center for Development and Learning, a Baton Rouge nonprofit focused on improving early childhood education and literacy.





Stone Cox
Division of Administration

Stone Cox is from Lake Charles and is a junior at Louisiana State University where he majors in industrial engineering and minors in internal auditing. He served as the LSU Student Body President and the student member for the LSU Board of Supervisors for the 2020-2021 academic year. 





Allison Hunt 
Governor's Mansion

Allison Hunt is from Lake Charles and is junior at McNeese State University where she is majoring in human resources management and minoring in history, psychology, and political science. Hunt is the co-captain for the McNeese Cowgirl Kickers and the vice president of Phi Mu. She is also involved in McNeese’s Student Government Association, McNeese’s Student Human Resource Management, and Kappa Lambda Service Society. 





Cameron T. Jackson
Louisiana Department of Healh

Cameron T. Jackson is from Birmingham, Alabama. He is majoring in computer science, mathematics and physics at Grambling State University. Currently, he serves as Student Government Association President,  Delta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. President, and a Member to the Board of Regents. He is a member of the NAACP, Biology Club, Chemistry Club and National Society of Black Physicists. Cameron is also deeply involved in Biomedical Research with numerous institutions such as UCLA, Boston University, LA-Biomedical Network, FlatIron Institute and RP of New York. 

Cameron is aspiring to attend medical school and get his master's of public health. He also wants to continue research. 





Jaden Johnson
Department of Environmental Quality

Jaden Johnson is from Lutcher and is a student at Southern University. Johnson is the 91st Miss Southern University. She is a member of the Student Government Association, the NAACP Southern University Branch, and the Collegiate 100 Black Women of Southern University. Johnson also serves as the connections chair for the Beta Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 





Kaitryana Leinbach
Governor's Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness

Kaitryana Leinbach is a senior Industrial Engineering major in LSU’s  Odgen Honors College and lives in Baton Rouge. She works for NASA leading the development of a tracking and communication system to improve global responsiveness during a natural disaster. Kaitryana serves on the Executive Board of Dance Marathon at LSU, which fundraises for Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital. She is the recipient of a National Space Grant, a Louisiana Space Consortium Fellowship, and the Ogden Honors Leadership Award.





Colin Raby 
Louisiana Economic Development

Colin Raby is from Baton Rouge and attends Louisiana State University where he is a Roger Hadfield Ogden Honors College student majoring in mechanical engineering and minoring in aerospace engineering and economics. Raby is involved with LSU’s Student Government Association, is a residential assistant, and is the assistant to the executive director of the LSU Cadets of the Ole War Skule. He was selcted for and served on the LSU 2020-2021 Homecoming Court. Additionally, he helped organize and accomplish the 323-mile "Det. 310 Ruck March" across the U.S. southern coast, from LSU’s Baton Rouge campus to Eglin Air Force Base Florida. Raby was also the 2019 Eagle Scout of the Year for the State of Louisiana. 





Brenda Reed
Division of Administration, Office of Broadband

Bre Reed is from Baton Rouge and attends Millsaps College where she is majoring business administration and minoring in philosophy. At Millsaps, Reed is a presidential ambassador as well as the event coordinator for Black Athlete Empowerment. She is also a member of the volleyball team and the Sigma Lambda Honors Society. 


Tyler Sanchez
Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority

Tyler Sanchez is from Violet, Louisiana and is a junior at Loyola University where he is majoring in political science and minoring in sociology and mass communication. During his tenure as Chief Justice for Loyola’s Student Government Association, Sanchez worked on expanding accessibility for student voters.


Kevin Taylor-Jarrell
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

Kevin Taylor-Jarrell attends Southern University where he is the Student Body President. He will be working with the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. 


Gabriella Cotton
Women's Policy, Office of the Governor

Gabriella is from New Orleans and is a junior at Xavier University of Louisiana majoring in public health with a minor in political science. As a public healthmajor, she is concerned about the welfare of others, most especially underserved female communities. She is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society, The National Society of Leadership and Success, and Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity.  In the fall, Gabriella will serve on the E-Board of the Pre-Law Society and as a Project Coordinator and Site Leader for Mobilization at Xavier 2.0, contributing her leadership and service to Xavier University of Louisiana and the Greater New Orleans community.