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President Taylor Martin

A sophomore and Diversified Agriculture major from Wrightsville, GA, Taylor Martin is the SGA president for this academic year. After graduating she hopes to pursue a career in the ag biotechnology-marketing sector where she will advertise and promote new scientific discoveries that help make for better Ag production. Throughout her year and a half at ABAC she has been heavily involved in several extracurricular clubs around campus such as the Agri-life Council, ABAC Young Farmers, Cattleman’s Association, Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, College Republicans, and her personal favorite, the Agricultural Engineering Technologies (AET) club which puts on the truck pulls each semester. She has also been on ABAC’s President’s List and Dean’s List each semester. Her first interest in politics was found when she attended Young Farmer Day at the capital and met with GA Ag lobbyists and State senators. In high school she was involved in FFA, where she served as the chapter president for two years. Taylor was also in 4-H, Beta Club, FBLA, served as the editor of the school yearbook, and was the student body Vice President. She was also a competitive cheerleader.


Taylor ran for the position of SGA President because she wanted to see a positive change in an already wonderful school. She has noticed so much student potential in and outside of the classroom that she hopes to bring out and broaden. She stated in her campaign interview, “I have always been passionate about this school, so I knew that my passion would fuel the desire for my Presidency. My main goal is to seek improvements that will make ABAC a more enjoyable college experience as well as develop better relationships between faculty and students.” When asked what she wanted her legacy to be, she stated, “I want to influence others to get out of their comfort zones, try something new, get involved, and build relationships with people who may not even be in their particular school. I want to see an open-mindedness and a strong desire to make a difference.”


Since being elected she has attended events for the Georgia Board of Regents as well as several leadership conferences, and has brought back what she has learned to administration. She has gained the trust of her fellow peers and is working extremely hard to make this the best year possible.