Meet Our Team

A campaign is exactly as good as the people within it. Here are the people in ours:

Kamar Mack, President: 

Kamar is a Sophomore in The College from Memphis, TN majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Philosophy. Kamar found his first home on campus through the Leadership&Beyond Pre-O, where he would later serve as a mentor. Additionally, by living in the entrepreneurship LLC, Kamar got heavily involved in StartupHoyas his freshman year where he developed business ideas with other Georgetown students and gained a strong understanding of Georgetown’s entrepreneurial culture. Next to entrepreneurship, Kamar has a passion for education which prompted him to tutor with the CSJ, serve a TA for the Math Department, and eventually join GUSA through the Federal & DC Relations Committee in order to advocate for local education issues in DC. More recently, Kamar has become a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and was just blessed with the opportunity to live in the Black House for the 2017-2018 academic year. If elected, Kamar plans both to advocate on behalf of all Georgetown students for the most important issues of our time and to make key institutional changes that will create a more efficient, impactful GUSA.

Jessica Andino, Vice-President:

Jessica is a junior in the College from Rockville, Maryland, majoring in Government and minoring in Sociology. She is actively involved in Georgetown’s Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) where she has served in a Student Strategy Team, Special Operations, Convention Ambassador, Campaign Bootcamp: Battleground Virginia Pre-Orientation Leader, and now Co-Chair of the Student Advisory Board. Jessica became involved in GUSA because of the Undocumented Student Inclusivity Team because she is passionate about working with administration to create solutions that directly impact Georgetown’s undocumented students. Some of her formidable experiences have been the Alternative Break programs she has participated in including: Kino Border Immersion and Ethics of Criminal Justice. Her other campus involvements are: the Government Honors Program, Hoyas for Immigrant Rights, NSO Pluralism and Action Planning Committee, Speech and Expression Committee, and working at the Healey Family Student Center. Jessica is grateful for all the opportunities that Georgetown has provided to develop her passions and interests. She now hopes to use her love for Georgetown to advocate for the student body population to ensure Georgetown students are provided with resources and opportunities they deserve.