Mays student Matt Josefy ’04, an accounting major from Midland, Texas, will serve as Texas A&M’s 2003-2004 student body president, a position he won in a run-off election in April.

“It is a critical time on campus for students to make their voice heard, and I am excited about the opportunity to play a vital role in that process,” said Josefy, who will represent Texas A&M’s 45,000 students.

Josefy, who served on the Student Government Association’s Executive Council as vice president of public relations this past year, is a member of Fellows Group XX and part of the Professional Program. He is also a member of the Business Student Council, where he has served as copy editor for the organization’s magazine, The Edge.

In 2001, Josefy co-founded Mays’ Freshman Business Initiative, a program that introduces freshman to opportunities for involvement at Mays and teaches them time management, study, critical thinking and communication skills.