ASI Board of Directors

 
ASI Board of Directors Group Picture

The ASI Board of Directors serves as the official voice of the students. This group is compromised of 14 elected student representatives, a faculty member and the Dean of Students. They provide oversight of ASI programs and services, in addition to advocating for students. They seek to provide the ultimate college experience and uphold the mission and vision of ASI, as well as encourage shared governance, student advocacy and collaboration with other campus and community entities.

 

The Associated Students, Inc. Board of Directors has sixteen members who meet every other Tuesday at 5:00 PM in MSR 130C.

Meetings are open to all members of the campus community.

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Director at Large
  • Director for Athletics
  • Director for Environment
  • Director for Diversity
  • Director for Student Clubs and Organizations
  • Director for Housing and Residential Life
  • Director for Stockton Center
  • Director for Graduate Students
  • Director for College of Business
  • Director for College of Education, Kinesiology and Social Work
  • Director for College of Science
  • Director for College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Dean of Students
  • Faculty Member

 

ASI President: Maria S. Marquez

Maria S. MarquezEmail: asipresident@csustan.edu
Class Level: Graduate Student - 1st year
Degree/Major: Public Administration
Hometown: Salinas, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
I encourage students to become involved within their college community, whether its Greek life, student government, athletics, clubs etc. at the end of the day you are in charge of your own college experience. Also, by getting involved on campus, you will be testing the skills you learn inside of the classroom and preparing yourself for the real world once you graduate college.

 

ASI Vice President: Michelle Nungaray

Michelle NungarayEmail: asivp@csustan.edu
Class Level: 5th year
Degree/Major: Criminal Justice with a Minor in Ethics
Hometown: Soledad, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Honestly, college is what you make of it! You are given everything you need to be successful, but it is up to you to take advantage of what Stan State has to offer. So, I challenge you all to two things: (1) Go to class and listen, (2) Get involved in AT LEAST one club. What you learn outside of the classroom is just as important as what you learn in class.

 

 

ASI Vice President of Finance: Karmjit Bath

Karmjit BathEmail: asivpfinance@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Finance with Economics Minor
Hometown: Turlock, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
The biggest risk you can take is not taking a risk at all. So don’t be afraid to get out there and get involved, it just might change your life.

 

 

ASI Board of Director for Sustainability: Cynella Aghasi

Cynella AghasiEmail: asibodsustainability@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree/Major: Political Science
Hometown: Turlock, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
You will not always be motivated, that is why it’s important to learn how to be disciplined. You will not always have time for everything on your to-do list, that is why it’s important to learn how to prioritize. You will not always have it easy, that is why it’s important to trust the process, and surround yourself with people who help you evolve.

 

ASI Secretary/ Director for Diversity: Gloria Vallin

Gloria VallinEmail: asiboddiversity@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Psychology & Communication Studies
Hometown: Visalia, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Take advantages of all the resources and student clubs/orgs that are offered to you. Enjoy your time here are CSU, Stanislaus and always remember, if you’re going to dream, might as well Dream Big!

Director at Large: Karlos Marquez

Karlos MarquezEmail: asibodatlarge@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree/Major: Business
Hometown: Stockton, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Don’t be afraid to be yourself and ask questions. You are going to go as far as your mindset goes, so think big! Don’t stress yourself over something you have no control of.

 

Director for Athletics: Eboni Boone

Eboni BooneEmail: asibodathletics@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree/Major: Psychology
Hometown: Turlock, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Take your time, the is no rush if you are still trying to find yourself. At the end of the day, it is your life and your future.

 

Director for Student Clubs and Organizations: Natalia Verduzco

Natalia VerduzcoEmail: asibodstudentorgs@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Communications
Hometown: Porterville, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Get as involved as possible, meet new people, make memories, and stay focused. College prepares you for your future!

 

Director for Housing and Residential Life: Andrea Sandoval

Andrea SandovalEmail: asibodreslife@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Psychology & Ethnic Studies
Hometown:Madera Ranchos, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Make sure to get out of your comfort zone and have fun here. Talk to anyone you can the more connections you make the better! Organize your time wisely and take advantage of the resources that the University offers you!

 

Director for Stockton Center: Vacant

Vacant PhotoEmail: asibodstockton@csustan.edu
Class Level:
Degree/Major:
Hometown:
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?

 

 

 

 

Director for Graduate Students: Vacant

Diana AvalosEmail: asibodgraduate@csustan.edu
Class Level:
Degree/Major:
Hometown:
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?

 

 

 

Director for College of Business: Jeff Fu

Jeff FuEmail: asibodbusiness@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Business Administration, Operations Management Concentration
Hometown: Modestio, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?

As a first generation in my family, I understand how difficult it is to go to college without knowing what to expect. That’s why I encourage everyone to get involved. Going to college can be more than just getting a degree; it can be your home! Get out of your comfort, make some friends and explore what your passions are because four years will fly by like it's nothing!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Director for College of Education, Kinesiology, and Social Work: Rosa Martinez

Rosa MartinezEmail: asibodeksw@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Psychology
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
One of the keys to having a successful and fun college experience is to step out of your comfort zone and get involved. Don’t be afraid to make new friends and explore the co-curricular activities at Stan State. Also take advantage of the college resources as much as possible. Enjoy your time here as a Warrior!

 

Director for College of Science: Karla De La Cueva

Karla De La CuevaEmail: asibodscience@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Biology
Hometown: Manteca, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
My advice to my fellow Warriors is to get involved as much as they can. Meeting new people and making new connections has been the best part of my college experience and I hope everyone has the chance to experience what I have. I also encourage my fellow Warriors to utilize every single resource they can at Stan State.

 

Director of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: Krishma Malhotra

Krishma MalhotraEmail: asibodahss@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Social Science
Hometown: Ceres, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Take time to explore the campus and all it has to offer because there are many resources and organizations that you might not know about until you go looking. Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there and always ask questions! There are so many great opportunities and connections just waiting for you, so take the first step and find them!

 

Interim AVP, Dean of Students: Vacant

Ron NobleEmail:
Class Level: Administration, Dean of Students for Stanislaus State
Degree/Major:
Hometown:
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?

 

 

 

Faculty Member: Vacant

Karen KonerEmail: 
Class Level: 
Degree/Major: 
Hometown:
 
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students? 

 

 

 

ASI Corporate Staff

 

ASI Executive Assistant: Teresa Serna

Teresa PhotoEmail: asiexecassist@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Psychology
Hometown: Stockton, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Get as involved as possible. These next few years of your life will shape who you become as a person. This is your time to grow so take advantages of the many opportunities around you. You want to look back and say, “I made the most of my experience” not “I wish I would have done that”.

 

ASI Student Government Coordinator: Kylie Carpenter

Kylie CarpenterEmail: asistudgovt@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Psychology
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
College is your first baby step in adulthood. It teaches your how to balance between your school, work, and a social life. Remember what your priorities are, but make sure to enjoy your college experience to the best of your abilities. Here at the University there are an immense about of opportunities to get involved. Don’t forget to make the most out of your college years and create lasting memories!

 

ASI Governmental Relations Coordinator: Diana Avalos

Diana AvalosEmail: asigovrelations@csustan.edu
Class Level: 
Graduate Student
Degree/Major: Public Administration
Hometown: Modesto, CA
 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?

You have the power to make the change you want to see in the world.

 

 

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