Meet Your New Clinical SGA Directors

Third year students Soubhi Alhayek, Sean Clayton, and Adrianna Gatt have been selected to direct the clinical arm of the Student Government Association.


AUC is pleased to announce the newest student leaders to serve on AUC's Clinical Student Government Association (CSGA). Third year students Soubhi Alhayek, Sean Clayton, and Adrianna Gatt have been selected to direct the clinical arm of the SGA.

  • Soubhi Alhayek: Originally of Schaumburg, Illinois, Soubhi is interested in Internal Medicine as a specialty. He is currently in clinical rotations at the Center for Haitian Studies in Miami, Florida. 
  • Sean Clayton: Originally from Sharpsburg, Georgia, Sean is interested in Internal Medicine and hopes to pursue a fellowship in Gastroenterology or Cardiology. He is currently in clinical rotations at Baton Rouge General Medical Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
  • Adrianna Gatt: Originally from Franklin Square, New Jersey, Adrianna is interested in Pediatrics and Anesthesiology. She is currently in clinical rotations at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, New York.

The CSGA director position was created earlier this year to help lead initiatives under the CSGA. Directors will work closely with regional CSGA representatives and medical sciences SGA leaders to address student concerns, facilitate connections between students in medical sciences and clinical sciences, and work with the AUC administration on university programs.


The AUC administration looks forward to working with our new CSGA directors as they bring enthusiasm and excitement to their position.