Campus Representatives

2020 -2021 JMI Campus Representatives

Max Bodach
Max BodachAve Maria University
Max is a senior at Ave Maria University completing a double major in Political Economy & Government and History. He is considering law school and is interested long-term in restoring mediating institutions in his own community, Charleston, SC. In his free time, he enjoys reading, cooking, and running. He works as a driver and a prep cook in addition to his responsibilities for the James Madison Institute.

Brayden Lacefield
Brayden LacefieldFlorida Southern College
Brayden is a rising sophomore at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida. In addition to studying political science and history, he has been involved in College Republicans and Campus Ministries.

Ian Keller
Ian KellerJacksonville University
Ian is a rising senior, studying business management and marketing at Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a former President of the Sigma Chi Fraternity, as well as the Vice-President of the College Republicans at JU.
Corey Adamyk
Corey AdamykFlorida State University
Corey is a senior at Florida State University studying political science and history with minors in communications and international affairs. He currently serves as the Chairman of the College Republicans of FSU and as a Senator in FSU’s Student Government. He is also the founder of FSU’s chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society. After graduation, he hopes to attend graduate school and pursue a career in public policy and international relations.
Daniel Elliott
Daniel ElliottRollins College
Daniel is a sophomore at Rollins College studying Public Policy and Political Economy. Outside of class, he is a Senator in SGA and works two jobs on campus. Daniel has experience in communications and constituent services, previously interning for Senator Marco Rubio and Governor Ron DeSantis. Upon graduating, he plans to pursue a JD-MBA and commission into the U.S. Air Force.
Zak Myers
Zak MyersUniversity of Central Florida
Zak is a senior at the University of Central Florida, working towards degrees in Political Science and Public Administration with minors in Emergency Management & Homeland Security and Urban & Regional Planning. He worked as the Governmental Affairs Coordination at UCF’s Student Government for the 2019-2020 academic year. Zak continues his career in public service, serving constituencies in Seminole County.
Andrew Jamison
Andrew JamisonUniversity of Florida
Andrew hails from Detroit, Michigan, and is currently a senior at the University of Florida studying political science and history. He is a member of the UF Mock Trial team, and was the former chairman for the UF College Republicans. Upon graduation, Andrew hopes to pursue a career in law and public service.