Executive Board

Joshua Griffin, '18
College of Arts & Sciences

Joshua is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying business with an emphasis in economics. Already starting strong, Joshua is part of the Student Alumni Ambassador program, the Student Activities Board, and Enactus. He plans to start a running club at Regent during his time here. 

Janine Hatcher, '18
Executive Vice President
College of Arts & Sciences

Janine is a sophomore pursuing her bachelor’s in business with an emphasis in economics. In addition to serving as an avid member of SAA, Janine also performs on the Dance Team. She desires to use her obtained knowledge and skills to become an executive officer in a financial institution. 

Melissa Benvenuto, '18
Vice President of Development
College of Arts & Sciences

Melissa is an undergraduate student studying government with an emphasis in pre-law. She hopes to work with the American Center for Law and Justice. In her free time, Melissa enjoys listening to music, hanging with friends/family, and watching the FoodNetwork.

Juliette Bjork, '17
Vice President of Administration
College of Arts & Sciences

Juliette is a junior majoring in business with an emphasis in marketing. She handles media and marketing for Back2Basics Music and Theatre camps and hopes to go into wedding and event planning after college. 

Hope Hukkeri, '16
Vice President of Constitutional Affairs
College of Arts & Sciences

Hope Hukkeri is pursuing a double major in communications and theatre. She sings with First Edition: Regent University’s Primiere A Capella Group and currently serves as the group’s president. Hope is passionate about her studies and is excited to see what God has in store for her.

Mervin Walls, '17
Vice President of Community Relations
College of Arts & Sciences

Mervin is a junior pursuing his bachelor’s in business. He enjoys intramural sports such as basketball and track & field. He is also a devoted Christian committed to grow in his faith every single day. With his degree he intends on impacting the business world by showing God's love.

Megan Dunnington, '19
Vice President of Spiritual Life
College of Arts & Sciences

Megan is an apprentice for Campus Ministries working on the Journey together. She is an Elementary Education major looking to teach 3rd grade one day. She has incredible passionate about education and Jesus, and hopes to better the school systems little by little with the help of her faith.


Sarah Dimovski
, '16
College of Arts & Sciences

Sarah is a senior in the Christian ministry program in the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to serving in SAA, she is a resident director in the Regent commons. Upon obtaining her Bachelor’s, she plans to continue on in Christian ministry and leadership. 

Brittany Tabb, '16
School of Law

Brittany Tabb is a 3L pursuing her Juris Doctor at Regent School of Law. She is the Justice of her chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law School Fraternity, the Vice-Chair of the Black Law Student Association, a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Virginia Beach, and a Lieutenant in the United States Navy Reserves. Upon obtaining her Doctorates, she plans to practice family law with a focus on juvenile advocacy and family restoration.

Desireè Jenkins, '16
Robertson School of Government

Desireè is graduate student pursing a masters degree in government. She enjoys service to all mankind through various community roles. After earning her degree, Desireè will go on to law school.  

Chris Mateer, '16
College of Arts & Sciences

Chris is a government major, graduating this coming spring. He enjoys playing soccer, reading, and spending time with others outside.  He aspires to continue his education in the field of government or law, as they are the fields that interest him the most.

Jonathan Lantz, '16
Robertson School of Government

Jonathan Lantz is pursuing a Masters degree in Public Administration.  In addition, he is a Resident Assistant in the Regent Commons.  He hopes to graduate in the spring and is looking forward to what God has in store for his future. 

Haley Bolt, '16
College of Arts & Sciences

Haley is a senior pursuing her degree in the Communication program. She has been a dedicated student worker in Admissions for three years. She has enjoyed her time at Regent and in the Student Alumni Ambassadors program, serving with them for three years. She is always discovering new things about herself and is anticipating where the Lord will take her after graduation in the spring.

Madeline Ferrante, '17
College of Arts & Sciences

Madeline is an undergraduate student studying strategic communication and minoring in American government and politics. She is passionate about many things and hopes to use what she learns at Regent to further the Kingdom. This past summer she interned for Dr. Mark Plaster, who is running for Congress in Maryland’s 3rd District.  

Aubrèa Shackleford, '18
College of Arts & Sciences

Aubrea is a sophomore at Regent and is studying Communications. In addition to serving in SAA and other organizations on campus, Aubrea enjoys all things music and fashion. She hopes to one day make an impact for Christ in the entertainment and fashion industries.

Katherine Person, '17
College of Arts & Sciences

Katherine Person is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is currently pursuing a degree in International Studies and plans to continue on to medical school upon graduation. Music is her passion and she plans to continue to use it, in addition to her studies, to serve God and the people around her.

Elissa Perry, '17
College of Arts & Sciences

Elissa is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Communications and plans to attend graduate school upon graduation. She also is a part of the Student Activities Board and is the public relations manager for Regent's chapter of CUFI on campus. She plans to use her degree to go into the public relations field and honor God with the work she will be doing.

Morgan Earnst, '18
College of Arts & Sciences

Morgan is an undergrad student studying business with an emphasis in general management. She is a sophomore living on campus. Her interests include watching movies with friends and attending swing dance club. After graduation she hopes to get a job that allows her to travel around the world. 

Christian Ellis, '18
College of Arts & Sciences

Christian is a sophomore pursuing a bachelor's in Business Management. Along with serving on SAA, he serves as the chapel coordinator for Campus Ministries and a project manager for Enactus. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he plans to pursue the business field and work in ministry.

Will James, '19
College of Arts & Sciences

Will is a freshman at Regent pursuing a major in Business. He enjoys playing intramural soccer and participates in swing dance club. He hopes to one day own his own publication business and be an author.

Robbie Vallad, '19
College of Arts & Sciences

Robbie is a freshman studying Christian Ministry in hopes of working in youth ministry. Some of his hobbies include photography, videography, and anything in the ocean. He currently serves as a Young Life leader at Princess Anne High School.