Meet Your Board

Board Chair: Jennifer Galeana-Vasquez

Jennifer Galeana-Vasquez PortraitEmail: SCChair@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Graduate Student-Counseling Education
Hometown: Redwood City, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Take on every opportunity presented to you! Get involved in anything that sounds interesting to you. Whether that be a club, organization, or department. Networking is a very important part of your college experience. Use the time that you are in school to build to your resume and your relationships, but most importantly have fun and make the most out of your time at Stan State!

 

Vice Chair: Melannie Castellanos

Meannie Castellanos PortraitEmail: SCViceChair@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Communication Studies
Hometown: Modesto, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
My advice for students would be to get involved on campus and take advantage of all the opportunities for growth our university has to offer. Make the best out of your college experience and always strive for success!

 

Vice Chair of Finance: Teresa Serna

Teresa Serna PortraitEmail: SCVCFinance@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”

 

 

Student Director: Ravinder Singh Pelia

Ravinder Singh PortraitEmail:SCStudentDirector1@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Business Administration with the concentration in Accounting & Marketing
Hometown: Cologne, Germany

What advice do you have for your fellow students? Give yourself room to evolve but don’t forget your core values. There is nothing wrong with being different. Believe me, this university is so diverse, from different backgrounds to different personalities. Embrace your uniqueness and you will attract 100 percent the crowd your best fit. I met the most people because I joined clubs, worked at the university and talked with people on days like warrior Wednesdays. But as I always say actions speak louder than words, so you have to do the step and get involved. We are waiting for you.

 

 

Student Director: Noah Wells

Noah Wells PortraitEmail: SCStudentDirector2@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Economics
Hometown: Modesto, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Don’t be afraid of change. Be adaptable, and take classes in as many subjects as you can!

Student Director: Annelisa Cole

Annelisa Cole PortraitEmail: SCStudentDirector3@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Business Administration/Minor in Communication Studies
Hometown: Riverbank, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
College is an amazing opportunity to discover your limits. You can ALWAYS do more than you thought was possible. Start slow and keep exploring! Never pass on something you are interested in because you aren’t sure you can do it. There are so many resources to help you achieve your goals if you are unsure. Get as involved as you can and push your known limits!

Student Director: Janet Rosales

Janet Rosales PortraitEmail: SCStudentDirector4@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Psychology
Hometown: Dos Palos, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students? The advice I have for my fellow students is to always be true to yourself. Join clubs, go to the gym, read, go to a school event, just do what makes you happy, and don’t let someone’s influence stop you from succeeding. Your college years depend on what you decide to do and be a part of. Oh, and wear red on Wednesdays!

 

Student Director: Nicolette Padron

Nicolette Padron PortraitEmail: SCStudentDirector5@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree/Major: Business with a concentration in Marketing
Hometown: Salinas, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?

The school provides many services for our students, all of my peers should take advantage of such services as well as take the opportunity to be a part of all the activities that are given to us. Make memories while we are here!

 

Student Director: Zoe Martinez

Zoe Martinez PortraitEmail: SCStudentDirector6@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree/Major: Spanish/Communications
Hometown: Chowchilla, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Get involved! Don’t be afraid to reach out and meet new people! It makes the college experience so much easier! Make the most out of the time you have here as a Stan State Warrior!;

 

ASI Representative: Maria S. Marquez

Maria S. MarquezEmail: asipresident@csustan.edu
Phone: 209-664-3824
Class Level: Senior
Degree/Major: Communications Studies concentrating in Public Relations with a minor in Journalism
Hometown: San Jose, 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.

 

 

Business & Finance Designee: Vacant

Darrell Haydon PortraitEmail:
Class Level:
Hometown:

What motivated you to be involved on campus?
 

 

 

Community Representative: Gary Potter

Gary Potter PortraitEmail: gary.2.potter@sbcglobal.net
Hometown: Temple City, CA

What advice do you have for students?
Don't wait till the last minute to study for tests. The early bird gets the better grades!  

Alumni Representative: Alice Pollard

Alice Pollard PortraitEmail: alicepollard@charter.net
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice do you have for students?
 

 

 

 

 

Faculty Representative: Dr. Edward Erickson

Dr. Edward Erickson PortraitEmail: eerickson@csustan.edu
Hometown: Been in Turlock for 50 years now. Originally Riverside, CA

What advice do you have for students?
Always think of the future.  

 

 

 

 

President's Designee: Andy Klingelhoefer - Interim AVP, Dean of Students

Andy Klingelhoefer PortraitEmail: aklingelhoefer@csustan.edu
Hometown: Mountain View, CA

 

What advice do you have for student?
Don't be afraid to ask questions, work hard and treat all people with respect.  

 

 
 
 

 

Staff

 

Executive Assistant: Mariah Burciaga

Mariah Burciaga PortraitEmail: SCExecAssist@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree/Major: Social Science
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?

Live life for yourself.

 

 

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