Samuel Warren, Darien Flowers, Welsford Bishopric. These three men have represented Elon, and now the newest SGA President takes his seat at the head of the Executive Staff.
Junior Joe Incorvia moves into the President's room in the Student Government Office on April 3, but there is more to Incorvia than just the title.
"I come from a small town in Connecticut," Incorvia says. "...Grew up in a really big Italian family, so we are extremely close, extremely fun, extremely loud."
Incorvia says family is a big part of his life, and it's the advice he gets from his family that helps him succeed.
One of his favorite pieces of advice comes from his father.
"My dad has always told me, 'No matter what you do in life, as long as you try and try your hardest, it will be worth it,'" he says.
Incorvia is a biochemistry major with minors in neuroscience and psychology.
"I've always been curious about learning as much as I can," Incorvia says. "I always love to meet new people and try new things and have as much of an experience in anything I do...and learn the most I can."
But you won't just find Incorvia in the SGA office or the classroom. You might find him tickling the ivories or strumming the guitar in the Performing Arts Center. According to Incorvia, he began playing piano while at Elon.
"It's something that has always been an outlet for me to kind of escape," he says. "And it's not really something that a lot of people know I'm passionate about. It's something that gets me away from life and something that gets me to focus and relax."
Incorvia has a lot on his plate, but he is still committed to his goals for the upcoming year.
"This year on SGA, we have done something incredible and have made sure that the students wants have been what the students get," Incorvia says.
Increased attendance at athletic events, reconsidering the campus' "Intellectual Climate" and responding to the individual needs of students are three initiatives Incorvia plans to follow through with throughout his time as SGA President.
"I want to be able to say that this administration was really instrumental in using the ideas of the students and making something great," Incorvia says.