Doucette Unanimously Elected to Second Term
T. Greg Doucette, a 2009 computer science graduate at NC State University, has been elected unanimously to a second term as president of the UNC-system Association of Student Governments (ASG). This is the first time in the association’s 37-year history that all 17 UNC institutions cast ballots for the same candidate.
The ASG is the statewide representative organization for students in the UNC system. It is a collaboration of all student government associations within the UNC-system, through which each constituent university sends four delegates to the Association.
As ASG president, Doucette serves as chief executive officer of the group, its official spokesperson and the student member of the UNC Board of Governors. The mission statement of the organization reads: “Founded and funded by students, the University of North Carolina Association of Student Governments champions the concerns of students and ensures affordability and accessibility to quality education today and tomorrow.”
Doucette, a native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, also serves as president emeritus of the NC State student Senate (87th & 88th sessions). Now that he has received his BS degree in computer science, Doucette plans to attend law school at North Carolina Central University in the fall.
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