“Our mission is to enrich the lives of student-athletes through collaboration, communication and creative implementation.”
Team representatives act as the bridge between their peers, coaching staff, administration, and the NCAA. SAAB serves all student-athletes by planning social events, organizing community service, and supporting and advocating for their peers. Sub-committee focuses within the group include awareness initiatives, social programs, community service, and legislation discussions at the ACC and NCAA level. Creating ‘one family’ among all the sports teams is one of SAAB’s biggest goals each year.
The Campus Engagement Committee’s purpose is to organize and encourage connection between the student-athletes of Georgia Tech Athletics as well as promote connection between student-athletes and the general student body.
The Community Service Committee’s mission is to find opportunities to give back to the community. The involvement of Georgia Tech Athletics programs is a priority, and finding opportunities for all student-athletes to engage with the community is important. We find it rewarding to support members of the
Atlanta community that continuously gives Georgia Tech student-athletes unlimited support.
The Student-Athlete Issues Committee is committed to the goal of improving the student-athlete experience. We utilize our positions to address any problems faced by student-athletes and develop actionable solutions.
The Social Media and Marketing Committee’s role is to collaborate with other committees on how best to amplify the worthwhile causes and activities they participate in, such as community outreach, mental health, and campus engagement.
The Mental Health Committee works closely with the sports psychology department to create and maintain an environment where student-athletes can learn more about mental health. Through organizing mental health workshops to promoting on and off-campus organizations that advocate for student health, the Mental Health committee wants to foster an environment where Georgia Tech athletes feel as if their mental health is being prioritized.