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The United Student Movement Council (USM) of Northern Caribbean University is the governing student leadership body for students of the university. It serves as the representative voice for students, and as a platform for deliberation, planning and student-led change. USM is the major student-led organization of the university.

The Movement seeks to promote a more perfect relationship among all sectors of the university community; to enhance student life in particular academic, religious, cultural, and social programs of the university; and to emphatically support the core values of NCU. Each matriculating regular student of Northern Caribbean University is a member of the United Student Movement.

All in all, USM exists for three main reasons-to serve the students, engage in advocacy on their behalf, and to promote Spiritual development among students on campus.

The executive members of the 2019-2020 regime are laid out below.

 

Kavion J. Allen
President
 

Kavion J. Allen, the President of the United Student Movement Council. He is a senior student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Theology. As the President, the task is for him to lead the USM Council, manage its operations, and advocate on issues involving the general welfare of students across all NCU campuses. 

Philosophy:  Service Beyond Expectation
Leera Carr
Vice President of Academic Administration

Leera Carr is an international student from the tropical Central American Country, Belize. She is third-year Nutrition and Dietetics Major. Her role as Vice President of Academic Administration for the United Student Movement is to provide relevant representation concerning the academic standards and concerns of the student body.

Philosophy:  To do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit but rather in humility to value others above myself, Philippians 2:3

 

Jermane Oneil Mcbean (1st)
Vice President of Finance

Jermane Oneil Mcbean (1st) is an international student from The Grand Cayman Island. He is a senior student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion with an Associate in Mathematics.  As the Vice President of Finance and Planning for the United Student Movement, he is responsible for managing and controlling the assets of the movement and oversee the council's financial operations.

 
Philosophy: Ears that do not listen to advice, accompany the head when it is chopped off.  
 
Ava-Gaye Chambers
Treasurer

Her role as the Treasurer of the United Student Movement is to Assist the Vice President of Finance and Planning (V.P.F.P) in the supervision of the management of the financial affairs of the USM jurisdictions and USM Extensions, including jurisdiction banking operations.

Wrenaè R. Hudson
Vice President of Student Services and Social Affairs

Wrenaè R. Hudson is a senior student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion and Theology with a concentration in Pastoral Ministries. As the Vice President of Student Services and Social Affairs of the United Student Movement, Hudson's mandates requires him to represent the students in all aspects of service, to provide guidance, ensure safety, comfort and other social issues. He's also required to enhance the social life on campus by planning and executing recreational and cultural activities.

Philosophy: Your mindset defines you.

Harrone Guthrey
Vice President of Spiritual Affairs

As the Vice President of Spiritual Affairs for the United Student Movement, his  duty is to maintain a good spiritual and psychological welfare of the USM and its students by conducting regular prayer and fasting sessions, counseling sessions, Bible studies, and consecratory services on the campus.

Jaysaree Osbourne
Administrative Assisstant

Her responsibility as the Associate Administrative Assistant for the United Student Movement is to work alongside the Administrative Assistant in carrying out various office duties as well as aiding in facilitating dialogue between the administration and any other entities associated with the Movement.

Kasey .
Associate Administrative Assistant

Her responsibility as the Associate Administrative Assistant for the United Student Movement is to work alongside the Administrative Assistant in carrying out various office duties as well as aiding in facilitating dialogue between the administration and any other entities associated with the Movement.

Konroy Russell
Male Sports Director
Konroy Russell is a third year Psychology Major with a minor in Social Work. As the Male Sports Director of the United Student Movement, he will cooperate with the Female Sports Director to plan and manage and plan every sporting event/activities that happen on campus execute every sporting event that happens on campus.

Philosophy is M- More, O- Outstanding,  T- Today for, T- Tomorrow's, O- Opportunities 

Antonette Edwards
Female Sports Director

 As the Female Sports Director of the United Student Movement, she is commissioned to manage and plan every sporting event/activity that happens on campus - especially the annual sports day activities.

Mikel Allen
Director of Elections, Policies and Constitutional Affairs

Serving as Director of Elections, Policies and Constitutional Affairs, he is vested with Constitutional Authority to maintain rule and order and uphold Parliamentary procedures within the Movement. Kavion is the custodian of the United Student Movement's Constitution and oversees the Member Organizations (Clubs') operations. 

khalil Waddle
Director of Projects and Special Initiatives

The Director of Projects and Special Initiatives, is assigned with the responsibility of planning and organizing fund-raising events, care initiatives and various outreach programs for the United Student Movement. It is also her task to guide the Project Directors from the various clubs on campus.

Latoya .
Associate Director of Projects and Special Initiatives

As the Associate Director of Projects and Special Initiatives, her responsibility of is to assist the Director of Projects and Special Initiatives in planning and organizing fund-raising events, care initiatives and various outreach programs for the United Student Movement.

Chantelle Rochester
Director of Publications

Chantelle Rochester is an international student who hails from the Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis (St. Kitts and Nevis).Rochester is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Public Relations. As the Director of Publications for the United Student Movement, she is assigned with the position of Editor-in-Chief of The Hilltop Trumpet; the official newspaper of the university along with the creation and publication of the annual year book -Palm leaves. Rochester also oversees the vetting process of every document that exits the movement's office. 

Rhondeen Williams
Public Relation Officer

Rhondeen Willams is a senior student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Journalism. As the Public Relation Officer of the United Student Movement, her  job is to utilize various forms of communication & media to build, manage, and maintain the image/brand of USM

Toni-Anne Hudson
Associate Public Relations Officer

Toni- Anne Hudson is a senior student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Public Relations. As the Associate Public Relations Officer for the United Student Movement Hudson's responsibility is to assist the PRO in maintaining the positive image of the movement and managing the flow of information from the movement to the public."

Noreen Daley
Chief Female Sponsor

Noreen Daley is the current Chair of the Department of Communication Studies.  Serving as the Chief Female Sponsor/Advisor to the United Student Movement she is assigned the noble task of guiding and mentoring the members of the Movement as well as being an intermediary between the Movement and the administration of the University.

Deshawn Chung
Chief Male Sponsor

 As Cheif Male Sponsor/Advisor for the United Student Movement, he cooperates with the Cheif Female Sponsor in mentoring the members of the Movement as well as being an intermediary between the Movement and the administration of the University."