Dorian Davis, SGA President

SGA Pres 14-15

Dorian Troy Davis is a senior, Journalism and Mass Communications student with a concentration in Public Relations from the capital city, Raleigh, North Carolina.  Born to proud parents, Troy Davis and Nicole C. Moore, Dorian Davis has spent most of his life in Raleigh, North Carolina.  He received his 1st experience in Student Government Association at Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School where he served as a class representative for both his sophomore and junior years.  During the spring of his junior year, he was elected for the position of Student Body Secretary, which he served for the full term of his senior year. 

Upon his acceptance to North Carolina A&T State University in the fall of 2011, he immediately knew that he wanted to be involved in student government.  During his new student orientation, Dorian became acquainted with the current Mister and Miss A&T 2011-2012 who inspired him to run for Mister Freshman 2011-2012.  Although he did not win the election, he was able to intern for his fellow high school alum, Christian Robinson, SGA President 2011-2012.  Through this experience he fell in love with SGA all over again and made his 1st foot print in North Carolina A&T’s soil.  Following his tenure as an intern for the Robinson Administration, he served as Mister Sophomore 2012-2013 and Junior Class President 2013-2014. 

Although Dorian stayed involved in student government since his freshman year at A&T, being the newly elected Student Government Association President for the 2014-2015 academic year has brought him a greater opportunity to impact the students and the University at large.  He stands by his platform “Board the Aggie Train: Cultural Mobility for A&T” and the 5 pillars that it stands for: Philanthropy, Student Equality & Development, Financial Empowerment, Global Literacy and Community & Alumni Relations.  Through this movement, Dorian and his Administration plan to be a true impact on the University and ultimately better the livelihood of the students at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.

“Success is the path that we follow; service is the path that we leave behind…”- Unknown