Carrington M. Whigham
Florida A&M University
SGA Vice President
Carrington McKenzie Whigham is a third-year Broadcast Journalism major and Theater minor from the city where things are indeed “bigger and better”, Dallas, Texas. Carrington humbly serves as the Student Body Vice President for Florida A&M University Student Government Association. She is a third-generation rattler and the daughter of Centennial SGA president, Andrew Whigham III, and Dr. Deardra Hayes- Whigham.
In the Fall of 2018 Carrington was elected as a freshman senator for the class of 2022, serving on the Elections and Appointments Committee. Her sophomore year, she was appointed as the Elections and Appointments chairwoman for the 49th and 50th student senate. She has served as a First-Year Experience Peer Mentor and holds the title as Miss Kappa Alpha Psi. She is also a proud member of the Original Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc, where she serves as the Connections chair.
Though she is heavily involved on campus, Carrington continues to excel academically having been selected as one of Texas Senator Royce West interns, through the Dr. Emmett J. Conrad Leadership Program. Through this intensive program, Carrington has had the privilege of interning at UT Southwestern Academic Medical Center, in the office of Communications, Marketing, and Public Affairs. Carrington is most looking forward to serving the student body to ensure an amazing academic year. She is a firm believer in James 2:14, “Faith without works is dead”. This verse fuels Carrington with the mindset to successfully be a dedicated servant, friend, and leader.