India Napier President: India Napier is a doctoral student and research assistant in the Biomedical Sciences Program at the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM). Her research is focused on developing a contraceptive vaccine as a low-cost alternative to reducing the overpopulation of cats. She obtained her BA in Biology from Boston University in Massachusetts and received her MS in Biomedical Sciences (with a specialization in Male Reproductive Toxicology) from AU’s CVM. India also serves as the Vice President of the Graduate Student Council.
  Vice President: Shandrea Stallworth
Secretary: Chantelle Thwanda Davidson is a native of Clemson, South Carolina. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. Chantelle is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration with a minor in Sports Management at Auburn University. At Auburn, she serves as the Graduate Assistant with the Center for Community Service where she advises four non-profit based programs (Alternative Student Breaks, Auburn University Dance Marathon, Beat Bama Food Drive, and IMPACT). Chantelle is also the Secretary for the Black Graduate Professional Student Association on Auburn’s campus. Her life goal is to become an Athletic Director of Compliance at a Division I college or university. In the meantime, she enjoys listening to music, running, and baking for her family and friends.
Treasurer: Katarena Ford is a doctoral student and research assistant in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. She obtained her Bachelors of Science degree from Alabama State University with a major in Chemistry and a minor in Forensic Science. Her research concentration is in the Analytical division with a focus on microfluidic methods and small-volume hormone assays, for the study of debilitating conditions such as diabetes, obesity, and metabolic syndrome.
Brittany Boykin Public Relations: Brittany Boykin earned her Bachelors of Science degree from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University in Huntsville, Alabama.  Her matriculation there consisted of a major in chemistry and minor in biology.  She is now a second year graduate student in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry with her concentration being Computational Chemistry/Biochemistry with a emphasis on drug design.  
Desmond Academic Chair: Desmond Delk, author, philanthropist, mentor, student, hypeman, lecturer, DJ, uncle, brother, son, cousin, grandson, driver, passenger,  is a native of Southwest Atlanta, Georgia. He is a doctoral student and graduate teaching assistant in the School of Kinesiology. A graduate of Morehouse College, Delk aspires to be a positive example to all young people by showing them that success is the result of diligence.
Webmaster: Jessica Brooks received her Bachelors of Science degree in Biochemistry from Berry College in Mount Berry, Georgia. She is now a third year graduate student in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Auburn pursuing her PhD in Bioanalytical Chemistry.
Historian: Leonard Towns-Newby is a doctoral candidate at Auburn University in the Department of Educational Foundations, Leadership, & Technology. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Morehouse College and a master’s degree in education from Clark-Atlanta University. Leonard is currently a graduate assistant for Auburn University’s Center for Governmental Services and the NanoBio Math and Science Partnership.  Leonard’s research interests include educational theory, educational policy and psychometrics.  He is particularly interested in academic, social, and psychological outcomes for students with disabilities, stereotype threat, and factors that promote or hinder men from entering, and remaining in, the field of K-12 education.  Leonard ultimately hopes to pursue a career in academia and psychometrics.   Leonard also holds executive board positions with Auburn University’s Graduate Student Council and NAACP.