TROY, Ala. (TROJANVISION) — You may know who won homecoming queen and king but do you know them beyond the title?
Jane Vickers describes herself as a Christian, friend, and leader.
“I’m incredibly empathetic, driven and encouraging. I love being involved and I have a passion for other people and education.”
Myles Camel describes himself as a passionate member of the student body.
“I’m from Dothan, Alabama. I’m a senior broadcast journalist major with a leadership development minor. I’m passionate about Troy University. I love my university.”
You may know Vickers from the Student Government Association (SGA), her sorority Chi Omega, and other duties she has obtained over her four years. She also has also recently started her own organization called Community Connections.
“I founded my club Community Connections, which helps get volunteers for the Boys and Girls Club,” Vickers said.
Camel has also been involved in many organizations around campus such as the SGA, Trojan Ambassadors and 101 Elite Men.
“I really just help help coordinate with our president,” Camel explained. “Anything that he needs me to do. Camel credits his success to his mother, who he says, continually pushes him to be better.
“My mother is my my biggest passion. I want to give her everything that she’s given to me over the years. I want to make it out. I want to make a name for myself. I want to represent my city well.”
Camel and Vickers will hold their titles until Homecoming 2024.