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Letter from the A.S. President

 

Dear SF State Students,

 

Are you interested in being a leader and student advocate on campus? If so, this is your opportunity to get involved! There are currently 3 vacant positions on the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors.

 

The open positions and the qualifications necessary are listed below. In addition to meeting and maintaining SFSU’s academic standards, the following reflects Associated Students’ definition of essential functions for this position but does not restrict the tasks that may be assigned or expected.  Please click here for more information and the job description for the positions.

 

Open positions:

* Please note that for each position, you must have Wednesdays from 12-4pm available in your schedule, in order to attend the mandatory Board of Directors meetings & trainings.

* To be qualified for any of the open positions, you must have completed at least one (1) semester on campus at SFSU, earning at least six (6) units of undergraduate, graduate, or credential units.

 

Graduate College of Education Representative

• Candidates must be a declared major in the Graduate College of Education

• Graduates must earn 3 semester or 4 quarter units of credit per term while holding office, and must have completed at least one semester on campus, earning 6 semester (9 quarter) units prior to holding office

• Must hold and maintain a 3.0 GPA, and be in good academic standing

 

Freshman Representative

• Undergraduates must earn 6 semester or 9 quarter units of credit per term while holding office, and must have completed at least one semester on campus, earning 6 semester (9 quarter) units prior to holding office

• Nominees must have at least 6 units but less than 30 units at the time of their appointment.

• Must hold and maintain a 2.5 GPA, and be in good academic standing

 

Chief Justice Position

• Responds to the inquires and advises chair during the conduct of all meetings of the Board on matters of parliamentary procedures, assists members in making appropriate motions, and raises proper points of order

• Helps to ensure  the Board functions smoothly through its policies, bylaws, and election codes

• Serve as the Chair of Judicial Council

• Serve as chair of the Rules Assembly

• Serve as chair of the Election Assembly

Please click here for more info about the position.

 

Please send your letter of intent speaking to your desire to fill one of the vacant positions to the Associated Students President at president@asi.sfsu.edu no later than Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 5pm.

 

The Associated Students serves as the voice of student interests and promotes an enriched co-curricular university life experience. We are dedicated to fostering the development of San Francisco State’s diverse student body through a commitment to shared governance. We provide and support student services and programs, and maintain responsible and transparent use of funding while encouraging external advocacy efforts. For more info about our events, programs, and services, please visit http://asi.sfsu.edu.

 

Shannon Deloso, President
Associated Students, Inc.

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Christian Rivera Nolan

Science & Engineering Rep.

Emailsciencerep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Muneez Javed

Science & Engineering Rep.

 

I am a third year Biophysiology major who currently hold positions in different organizations on campus relative to my major. I am the external events coordinator for the organization CHE, as well as the Scholarship Chairman for the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. As a student at SFSU, I have experienced an array of problems being involved in the several organizations, paradoxically being uninvolved in certain programs as the result of a seemingly organized irresponsibility.
My peers, SFSU and the Department of Science & Engineering could benefit if students and faculty could become more involved to create a community of professionals to work on projects as a public university, to help the greater good and science community. The works or programs currently held by the representative of the Department of Science & Engineering seemingly are unnoticed. As a student, I have not experienced any direct or indirect benefits as a result of the previous representatives. At the least, research programs, shadowing, internships and other network opportunities should be in place for students to utilize at this University. A problem that exists is that the needs of students are often unknown so resources cannot always be allocated to what students may want; because a channel hardly exists now for students to express their wants, students generally don’t form to be a part of the community.
It is essential that the Science & Engineering position is exercised to benefit the students, creating an active community of professionals, students and faculty; providing students with opportunities to make most of their experience at San Francisco State University.

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Corelise Specht

LCA Rep.

Emaillcarep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Erick Pari

LCA Rep.

 

I’d like to urge you to vote for me, Erick Pari ‘17, as the Liberal & Creative Arts Representative this year! I’m running for the position not because I’m politically inclined, but because I’m a student truly concerned about equity and access.
I believe that the most important aspect of this position is to be the mediator between the administration and our College of Liberal and Creative Arts in order to get our voices heard in the university’s decisions. The key to this process is having dialogues that lead to a better mutual understanding.
Having entered my Senior year here at SFSU, I am eager to give back to this community by serving on Student Council. As a student representative, I will work to ensure the relevance of your individual and collective ideas, opinions and concerns in enriching this community. I aim to increase collaboration between different organizations with overlapping mission statements in order to create greater collaborative projects.
I believe in action. And as your Representative, I will seek out your ideas for action and work with you to transform suggestions and concerns into tangible action that strengthens and enriches our community. I will work hard to address and alleviate small points of contention on campus. I will utilize student input to improve the quality of student life on campus.
Thank you for your time! I am eager to serve as your next student next College of Liberal and Creative Arts Representative. Go Gator.

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Nathan Padilla

HSS Rep.

 

I believe that my candidacy will help the SFSU campus in a variety of important ways. First, I believe that I can bring people together in a respectful way to achieve the goals of the College of Health and Social Sciences, especially focusing on social justice within the college and local community. In addition, I will listen and be receptive to all people who have concerns that they feel are not being addressed and act to ensure that they are heard within their student government.
As a Navy veteran and former Planned Parenthood Community Advocacy Intern, I have the experience leading and bringing people together to make social change. While I was an intern with Planned Parenthood California, I registered new voters and collected signatures to submit to state officials to stop fiscal and legislative constraints on women’s reproductive health care.
My main goals are to improve student government outreach to all students by getting more students involved within government and participate in events around campus. I want to create a more informed student body who knows what is happening around the college. I also want to communicate with student organizations to ensure that all organizations within the college are being represented positively and competently. I want to create a space where the College of Health and Social Sciences is wholly represented and every individual has a voice to see the changes they feel need to be made within the college and the university.

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Nicole Hernandez

HSS Rep.

Emailhssrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Andres Bustamante

Ethnic Studies Rep.

Emailethnicstudiesrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Dedrick Boyington-Warmack

Business Rep.

 

In order to make a great difference at my school, I have to be involved. I have done just that in more ways than one. I am currently pursuing my bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing here at San Francisco State University. My education at State has been excellent thus far and I enjoy my classes in the College of Business. I work for campus recreation as a lifeguard at the pool and recently established a swim club of which I am the president. I have been a part of a fraternity, a member of the water polo club and I continue to participate in intramural sports. I believe that being involved in student life at SF state is extremely important, not only for school but for my own well-being. With all the wonderful aspects of student life and business classes that I have experienced, I have been granted the opportunity to see what can be improved here at State. With the experience and knowledge I have gained, I believe I would make an excellent Business Representative for Associated Students. If elected as Business Representative, I will represent the College of Business in the best way possible and be a voice for business students. As Business Representative, I will make sure other business students feel comfortable voicing their opinions and sharing their ideas. With your vote, I will continue to be involved in student life and make a difference at San Francisco State University.

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Navdeep Dabb

Business Rep.

 

My name is Navdeep Dabb better known as Nav and I am running to be YOUR next College of Business (C.O.B.) representative. I am involved in on campus organizations including the Fellows Program, Finance Analysis and Management Education (FAME) to name a couple. While working in the position of the Head of Marketing at Eventbee, as well as being an After School Program Leader. Having a strong conviction to help people and that it is exactly what I will do as YOUR rep. I will strive to ensure that the diverse needs of the C.O.B. students are well represented. If elected rest assured that C.O.B. students will be well publicized so that any concerns and questions can be addressed. All while having some pretty cool events will be catered to C.O.B. family.

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Kimberly Beas Carranza

Business Rep.

Emailbusinessrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Jessica Bantum

Business Rep.

 

I am running for the AS Business Representative position, focusing on creating an emphasis on the wellbeing and equality of ALL Business students. I am a first generation student and I have observed various inequalities during my education thus far. 49% of students on this campus are first generation students and 63% of students are low income, many of those students including myself are a part of the business college. As a business major, I believe that Business is one of the hardest fields to understand and get involved in, especially when it is a direct funnel into a career field that systematically disenfranchises the low income and first generation students. I would like to counteract this with the formation of an even stronger community for the all of the business students through social media or some kind of announcements board. I will bring stronger connection between all departments, it would help bring light to more careers and internship opportunities, as well create a more comfortable space for business students. I hope to build a greater bond between AS and the business college through councils, giving our business students a louder voice when making decisions that may affect the college and its constituents. I commit to interacting with students daily, opening office hours where students can come to me with the concerns or issues they face. The business world is nowhere near a fair playing field, but as someone nearing the immersion in such a career, I will do anything I can to make this institution as level possible!

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Marcela Cristina Alvarez

Business Rep.

 

My name is Marcela Cristina Alvarez, second-year business management major here at San Francisco State University. Originally from San Diego, the Bay Area is a new setting for me; however, I have grown accustomed to the culture, environment, and opportunities that San Francisco has to offer.
Using the skills I have gained through ASB, student council, and involvement with the Rotary Business Fellowship, these experiences will guide how I choose to represent my peers for the next upcoming academic year.
After attending the university for well over a year now it has become clear to me that the school of business is ranked as the top major at San Francisco State University with over 29,000 students. With this need to assist such a large body of students, I am determined to create a direct line of communication between the business students and the rest of the student body, acting as the voice for reason for those who need it. I have developed a platform to benefit the students of business, which focuses on:

  1. Frequent announcements of scholarship opportunities.
  2. Student satisfaction on campus.
  3. Availability of resources.
  4. Opportunities for students to openly voice out concerns within their college.
  5. More business related events on campus.

 

We are a community of leaders that are all working towards success. I want everyone to be heard within reasonable means and in doing so, I feel as though I can make that possible.

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Steven Gomez

Graduate Rep.

Emailgradrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-2892

Hours: TBA

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Alexandra Velasquez

Senior Rep.

Emailseniorrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Gerald Macadangdang

Senior Rep.

 

My name is Gerald Macadangdang currently majoring in Psychology and I am running for the Senior Representative Position. As a transfer student, I became aware of the issues and concerns of the senior students in the campus. Before entering the University, I was a Student Ambassador in my community college and was responsible for connecting students to opportunities and resources that are available for them. If elected, my goal is to establish a strong connection of the senior population of SFSU to the ASI’s Board of Directors. During my term, I will ensure that your voice will be heard and all important information will be addressed. It would be an honor for me to represent the senior class here at SFSU. Your priorities as a student is also my priority. I am confident and determined to act as your liaison and make sure that your needs are being met. I hope that you give me the opportunity to be your Senior Representative. Thank you!

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Maria Jose Nunez Wong

Junior Rep.

Emailjuniorrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Mia Veal

Sophomore Rep.

Emailsophrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Kyra Heck

Sophomore Rep.

 

In the short period of time I have been a student at SFSU I have noticed that each individual student is unique. Being apart of Associated Students, I will ensure that every decision made for the campus that will affect anyone in the slightest way will benefit them positively and help them get to their educational goals. When I am the Sophomore Representative, I will serve as the leading voice for the students and advocate for all Sophomores. I will do everything I can to make this campus as accommodating as possible and will listen to everyones concerns and requests. I hope to show students it is a great thing to get involved in any way on campus. SFSU is a great campus with amazing students, but I believe we can make it even better. I will always keep the students health and best interest in mind with any decisions I help to make. As a student I feel how you feel, I understand what you need and want. As Sophomore Representative, I will help you.

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Salvatore Giannone

Sophomore Rep.

 

Hello, my name is Salvatore Giannone and I am currently running for the position of Sophomore Representative on the Associated Students Board of Directors. As a student representative I believe I would prove to be vital to our campus in working towards achieving a better relationship between administration and students. I believe that every student has the need and right for their voice to be heard, and that representation from all aspects of our university should be present at a board level. As a current board member who represents a portion of about thirty-thousand students, I am all inclusive. Every story, every conversation, every being on our campus has something in common — humanity. Many people seem to forget about the real things going on behind a ton of numbers in data tables or words on policies. Associated Students deals with real people and the real issues affecting them, and I believe with the confidence to step up comes the power to speak out. If elected, I have several goals and hopes in mind. After experiencing first hand how organizations are funded, and the stresses of funding over one-hundred and twenty different organizations (on top of ten other historically recognized organizations) I want to work towards a more sustainable funding model and continue searching for a more sustainable source of funding for the historical organizations. These ten organizations are some of the biggest reasons why San Francisco State is so unique in cultural diversity and social empowerment, and they need to be recognized at a higher funding level. I plan to achieve this by interacting with all organizations and inviting them to funding model workshops in order to come to a consensus that works for all. As for the historical events I hope to find a way to get them their own funding completely- this is because they are at this point fundamental to the SFSU culture. Another goal of mine is to interact more with the students that I would potentially be representing, doing so by tabling for Associated Students and interacting with more class constituents. Many students don’t realize how much Associated Students is truly there to create the best possible college experience you could get. There are countless services and resources offered to the students that so many don’t take advantage of, and I plan to not only represent the students to the organization, but represent the organization to the students. I am more than passionate in getting involved in something bigger than myself, and luckily this past year on the board has truly given me the chance to do so. I made sure to represent my constituents’ ideas including my own, and I have progressed in amplifying my voice and having a more precise message. I truly hope you consider me as a potential candidate for the 2016-17 Associated Students Board of Directors. I will dedicate my blood, sweat, and tears to this organization in order to make sure all students are being represented with justice and integrity.

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Meerna Assad

Sophomore Rep.

 

I am running for Sophomore Representative primarily to make San Francisco State University a better and more connected community. Creating a sense of community starts with having students take pride that they are attending SFSU. Then having each student feel like there voice is being heard and opinions being cared about. When an individual feels their opinion doesn’t make a difference their sense of community is broken. I will care about everyone’s opinion and have SFSU sophomores take more pride in their school. I love everything I do and if elected I will put my heart and soul into making SFSU a better campus. A little bit about me; I am Mexican and Arabic which is a unique and great mix, I experience two totally different worlds and loved each one of them. I come from a very big family with very big personalities but we seem to make it work. Coming from a very diverse family and San Francisco State being a very diverse place I could not think of a better place for me to be. As Sophomore Representative I will do anything that is necessary in creating a better environment for students at SFSU.

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Scott Kerr

VP Facilities & Services

Emailvpfs@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 770-8591

Hours: TBA

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Amanda Rodriguez

VP University Affairs

Emailvpunivaffairs@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Kai Santiago

VP External Affairs

 

Since my first semester at SFSU, my involvement in the community has been highly influenced by the student activists, professional staff, and learning opportunities I have come across. Now in my fourth year at State, I have been involved in various student organizations on campus including the Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavor, Gatoraiders, Associated Students Project Connect, and previously served on the Board of Directors from 2014-2015 as Representative at Large. With all the experiences I have been blessed to receive as a student leader, I am fully aware of the responsibilities that the Board of Directors entails & am ready to take on the position of Vice President of External Affairs.
I recognize the immense amount of responsibility that the Vice President of External Affairs entails but I believe my passion for advocacy, transparency, and student involvement will allow me to achieve all my goals and objectives if elected as this executive position on the Board of Directors. I will be able to give our campus’s diverse group of students the opportunities to lobby, represent, and advocate for issues regarding social justice, affordable and equitable experiences in higher education, and more important issues that our community faces. As VP of External Affairs, I vow to remain completely transparent, visible, and honest in all my work, maintain my responsibilities as a student first, and will work harder than ever to ensure that the students of SFSU have their voices be HEARD within our campus, the San Francisco community, and the CSU.

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Celia Lobuono Gonzalez

VP External Affairs

Emailvpexternal@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 405-0477

Hours: TBA

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Jordan Thomas

VP Internal Affairs

Emailvpinternal@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3497

Hours: TBA

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Johanna Reyes

VP Internal Affairs

 

Throughout my education I have learned that quitting is never an option and have acquired a hard-work ethic throughout my experience as a first generation college student. I have been highly involved with student organizations since my freshman year at SF State and have held a leadership position within La Raza Student Organization. Being an active student has allowed me to become acquainted with the various AS programs that are available to students, including the Project Connect internship. This allowed me to cultivate interpersonal skills that would be of great benefit as VP of Internal Affairs.
I believe that a strong student government should have direct knowledge of what is going on within the San Francisco State community. As a student leader involved in organizations on campus, I have witnessed the separation between the students, organizations, and the AS Board of Directors. I believe that the students need leaders that will be truthful and provide full transparency, especially when dealing with delicate issues that impact the students. It is important for our representatives to have communication with the students that they have been elected to serve.
My goal is to unify the students with their representatives, the way AS should be. If elected VP of Internal Affairs, I will strive to earn the students’ trust and be their advocate and voice in our student government so that they receive an equitable and memorable experience at San Francisco State.

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Oscar Pena

VP Finance

 

There is a need for change in student government as we approach another school year. Specifically, there is a need for change in the way A.S. discloses its funding and funding processes. There have been cuts to programs and organizations, but most of all: the allocation of funds has not been properly distributed.
As VP of Finance, I would make a positive impact by being transparent and allocating the proper funds into students programs, resources and organizations that have been neglected. I would focus on communication with student leaders and students at-large, and work tirelessly to bring forth the various ideas to our student body in order to preserve the quality of student services that ASI funds. I will remain devoted to the student body, assuring continued accountability in what I do and how I do it.
My experience as AS President at City College of San Francisco for two years, and being a Latino Studies major, has provided a strong understanding of our diverse student body. Last year, I ran for this same position and now, I look forward in partnering with various student organizations, in supporting and advocating for student needs, in education, reversing the cuts towards the College of Ethnic Studies and our rights, during a crucial time where the administrators want to control our budget. As your VP of Finance I am ready and willing to stand up to the administrators, and to put the students’ money– and rights– first.

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Michael Overby

VP Finance

Emailvpfinance@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-2892

Hours: TBA

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Marcel Hernandez

VP Finance

 

Hello my fellow Gators. I am Marcel Hernandez a Junior majoring in Finance. I am running for the Associated Student position of Vice President of Finance and I am asking for your vote on the week of April 11th. As a Finance major, I am well qualified to serve as your Vice President of Finance. In addition to academic qualifications, I have work experience related to finance at the university. Currently, I sit on the Finance sub-assembly for the new Mashouf Wellness Center. This combination of academic and real world university experience set me apart from other candidates.
A little background, I have been at SFSU since my freshman year. I set my heart on SF State early in high school because only SFSU offers the uniqueness and diversity of the Gator community. I am committed to improving campus life. I work for the Campus Recreation Department. I participate in a campus activities that enhance campus life, such as intramural sports and I sit on the Mashouf Wellness Center Finance sub-assembly.
I make three commitments. First, I will promote financial transparency. Second, I will solicit the views from the entire university family. Whether your organization is an established one with long traditions or if your organization is new and aspiring all will be treated fairly. And last, I will be a tireless advocate for students. A vote for Marcel Hernandez is a vote for a better campus life. I need your support. Please vote for Marcel Hernandez.

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Marvin Abdullah

VP Finance

 

During my first two years of college, I have dedicated both my time and resources to further develop my skill set and become a well – rounded individual. I started off by becoming involved at the community college that I transferred from and continue to do so here at San Francisco State University. I am currently involved in school clubs and organization such as The Black Student Union and also the Organization of Financial Analysis and Management Education, better known as FAME. By electing me as your Vice President of Finance you will have someone who is dedicated, innovative and determined to ensure that student organizations are able to secure funding. My goal is to accommodate the needs of all student organizations and so I am always open to any suggestions that would allow the finance committee to better assist the student body.

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Shannon Deloso

President

Emailpresident@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 528-1077

Hours: TBA

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Evan Gothelf

President

 

I am passionate about bringing people together to form bonds that grow greater than our individual selves. As a student leader, I have dedicated 30+ hour weeks to organizations that improve the lives of my peers.
As the president of our local Kappa Sigma Chapter since its conception almost two years ago, I have watched my small group of freshman dorm friends turn into 100 of the most closely connected gentleman I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing.
Most recently, I have taken on the role of United Greek President, where we are now working from the bottom up to revamp our school campus life by providing greater outreach and participation.
I am running for student body President because Associated Students has not represented us in a way that we deserve. I value transparency, accountability, and responsiveness. Since the merger agreement, although there have been many that have worked hard, those values have been hard to come by.
That’s why I’m going to prioritize these three things if elected:

  1. Making an unlimited student transit pass accessible to all students to address issues of affordability and sustainability.
  2. Restructure our communication and collaboration with the administration so that we can align our interest’s ways that are responsive to student issues and the likes of Associated Students.
  3. Expanding the Cesar Chavez depot in order to accommodate more people and larger shows.

Let’s to get work.

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Victor Landavarde

Residential Hall Association Rep.

Emailrharep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Richard Schwanbeck

SHAC Rep.

Emailshacrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Alex Palomino

Athletics Rep.

Emailathleticsrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Scott Kerr

Campus Recreation Rep.

Emailcampusrecrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Samuel Boikaner

Science & Engineering Rep.

Emailsciencerep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Vacant Position

Liberal & Creative Arts Rep.

Emaillcarep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Vacant Position

Health & Social Science  Rep.

Emailhssrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Sana Aaser

Education Rep.

Emaileducationrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Kimberly Carranza

Business Rep.

Emailbusinessrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Salvatore Giannone

Freshman Rep.

Emailfreshrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Niza Del Carmen

VP Finance

Emailvpfinance@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-2892

Hours: Mondays 10:00am – 12:00pm
Thursdays 11:00am – 12:00pm

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Paulina Fraser

VP University Affairs

Emailvpunivaffairs@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:00pm – 2:00pm

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Sharlana Turner

Graduate Rep.

Emailgradrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-2892

Hours: TBA

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Vacant Position

Junior Rep.

Emailjuniorrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Monica Fontaine

Senior Rep.

Emailseniorrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: TBA

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Alexandra Velasquez

VP Internal Affairs

Emailvpinternal@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3497

Hours: Mondays 10:00am – 12:00pm

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Jordan James-Harvill

VP Facilities & Services

Emailvpfs@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 770-8591

Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00am – 10:00am

 

Class Level: Junior

Fun Fact: I drink 3 cups of coffee per day – in a reusable cup.

Committees:

Facilities & Services Committee
Mashouf Wellness Center Advisory Assembly
Standing Operating Procedures Subassembly
University Corporation Committee
Vendor Services Assembly
Construction Teams & Facilities Subassembly
Executive Committee
Programs Council
Holloway Development Project Committee
Student Free Advisory Committee
Retail & Commercial Services Committee of UCorp
Gator Pass Referendum Committee
Advocacy Committee
Socially Responsible Investing Sub-Committee
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Jordan Thomas

Sophomore Rep.

Emailsophrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: Wednesdays 11:00am – 12:00pm

 

Class Level: Sophomore

Fun Fact: I’m very into photography and fashion. I also know how to juggle.

Committees:

Executive Committee
Programs Council
University Corporation Committee
Marketing, Communications, & Development Council
Mashouf Wellness Center Advisory Assembly
Facilities & Services Committee
Vendor Services Assembly
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Shannon Deloso

Ethnic Studies Rep.

Emailethnicstudiesrep@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 338-3496

Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:00pm – 2:00pm

 

Class Level: Junior

Fun Fact: I backpacked through Europe with my friends and went to 7 countries.

Committees:

Audit Committee
Executive Committee
Programs Committee
Risk Management Subassembly
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Naeemah Charles

VP External Affairs

Emailvpexternal@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 405-0477

Hours: Thursdays 11:00am – 1:00pm

 

Class Level: Senior

Fun Fact: I do a great rendition of “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” via karaoke.

Committees:

External Affairs Assembly
Executive Committee
Legislative Council
Gator Pass Referendum Committee
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Phoebe Dye

President

Emailpresident@asi.sfsu.edu

Phone: (415) 528-1077

Hours: Tuesdays 2:00pm – 4:00pm

 

Class Level: Senior

Major: Child & Adolescent Development/Pre-Nursing

Fun Fact: I’m currently training to run my first full marathon!

Committees:

CSSA Vice Chair of University Affairs
CSSA Social Justice & Equity Council
Executive Committee
Marketing, Communications, & Development Council
MWC Marketing Education Sub-assembly
University Budget Committee
Student Fee Advisory Council
Holloway Development Project Committee
Instructionally Related Activities Advisory Board
Gator Pass Referendum Committee
Food Pantry Planning Committee
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