Sarah Porter, President
Sarah grew up in Cleveland, Texas and spent her high school life in east Houston. She was homeschooled for most of her elementary and high school career, continuing in high school as a dual credit student. Sarah started attending Lone Star College Kingwood in the fall of 2016. She is a current member of Phi Theta Kappa, enrolled in the campus Honor’s College, an ambassador for LSC-Kingwood, and a dedicated student. Sarah has been involved in the Student Government Association since the spring of 2017, when she was elected as the Vice President of Records. She continued on to be elected as the President of the 2017-2018 school year for the new SGA team. Sarah is working towards her Associate of Arts degree and wants to transfer to either Texas A&M University or the University of Houston. She is seeking to obtain a Master’s degree in Business. Sarah is dedicated to leading students to being involved on campus and in her community.
Sayuri Hull, Executive Vice President
Sayuri spent the beginning years of her life in Japan before she moved to Mexico with her family to do missionary work. Sayuri was homeschooled while living in Mexico, and after moving to the United States she graduated from New Caney High School in the top 10% of her class. She is attending Lone Star College-Kingwood to earn her Associate of Science and plans to transfer to Sam Houston State University to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. In addition to serving as the Executive Vice President for SGA, she is also a Student Ambassador. Helping inspire and motivate people to want to exercise and eat healthy is a great passion of hers.
Gabriella Porter, Vice President of Finance
Gabriella was homeschooled throughout grade-school, until she began attending Lone Star College-Kingwood in the fall of 2016. She grew up in Cleveland, Texas and also spent a couple of years in Houston. Since she was young, she has always had a desire to care for other people. She showed this characteristic through volunteering for her church, hospitals, and other programs in her community, including food fairs, book fairs, and clothing drives. Gabriella is currently involved with Phi Theta Kappa, Student Government Association, and The Honors College. After graduating spring of 2019 with an Associate of Science, she plans to transfer to either Rice University or Texas A&M University to begin a pre-med program. Gabriella’s ultimate goal is to become an Anesthesiologist and go on mission trips around the world.
Solomon King-Purdy, Vice President of Legislative Affairs
Solomon, 20, was born and raised in the Houston area and is a graduate of Kingwood High School class of 2016 where he was an inducted member of the International Thespian Society and of Kingwood High School’s acting program. Solomon is currently in his second year at Lone Star College-Kingwood. While here, he was a member of the inaugural SGA senator program, was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and has been placed on the Presidents Honor’s Lists for both semesters of his attendance. Currently, he is pursuing Associate of Arts (AA) degree and plans to transfer to a 4-year university with the plans to get a degree in Audio/Video Post-Production and Cinematography.
Magan Porter, Vice President of Public Relations
Magan is currently 17. She was raised in Cleveland, Texas until she moved to east Houston to finish her high school education. She was homeschooled for most of her life, but she continued in high school as a dual credit student attending Lone Star College-Kingwood. Magan loves to be active in her community and to help anywhere she can. During all four years in high school, she volunteered for the local food fairs once a month. In addition, she was heavily involved with her church’s youth group and family. Magan is working towards her Associate of Arts degree and is currently exploring future career options.
Mackenzie Harper, Vice President of Records
Mackenzie was born in Kingwood, Texas and raised in Atascocita. She graduated from Summer Creek High School in 2016. She was the school mascot for four years and won multiple awards from NCA. She was also the Editor-In-Chief of the school newspaper, historian for book club, and involved in theatre and Best Buddies. She is also very involved in her church and serves in the music ministry and the children’s ministry. During her first year at Lone Star College-Kingwood, she served as a senator for SGA and was co-chair of the spirit committee. She plans to transfer to Sam Houston State University to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications. Her dream is to work for Walt Disney World’s corporate communications department. Her goal at LSC-Kingwood is to increase student involvement and school spirit.
Tracie Kamenoff, Student Government Association Advisor
Tracie Kamenoff returned to Lone Star College–Kingwood to work full-time after having attended as a student from 2004 to 2006. For almost a decade, Tracie has been committed to student success and has served in a variety of roles including event coordinator, student mentor, psychology research assistant, grant writer, director for summer grant programs, advisor, and now department manager. She began this journey as the Chapter President of Alpha Lambda Xi, Kingwood’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. Serving in that role changed the way Tracie viewed leadership and is a big part of why she enjoys what she does in the Office of Student Life. Tracie received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2008 from Sam Houston State University and a Master of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology in 2010 from Lamar University.