ASI Board of Directors

Current Board Members (2015-2016)

President: Nicole Larson

photoEmail: aspresident@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: Criminal Justice Legal Studies
Hometown: Turlock, California

Your college experience is what you want it to be, so never disregard an opportunity.

Vice President: Sandra Loza

photoEmail: asvicepresident@csustan.edu
Class Level: 4th Year
Degree and Major: Sociology
Hometown: Turlock, Ca

Get involved- join a club/ organization and be an active member of these organizations. Get out of your comfort zone; to live comfortably is boring and you will accomplish so much more than you ever thought you could when you put yourself out there.

Director at Large: Noriel Mostajo

photoEmail: ASIBODatlarge@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: B.S. in Business Administration
Hometown: Antelope, CA

Go beyond learning in the classroom and try to make as many connections as you can with other students and professors through programs and student organizations provided on campus.

Director for Athletics: Jordan Elzie

photoEmail: asibodathletics@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology
Hometown: Pittsburg, California

Keyword: Determination. One should be able to everyday, set a goal and do whatever it takes for that goal to be achieved. If you woke up without any goals set, then you should just go back to sleep because dreams are all you will ever get.

Director for Environment: Cristina Guevara

photoEmail: ASIBODenvironment@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: Biological Science & Cognitive Studies
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

TAKE CHARGE. Don’t wait for someone else to ask the questions or take the stand. Every single one student has a voice, use it. Be aware that you can make a difference. And most importantly, don’t be afraid to ask for help or else you may never succeed.

Director for College of Business: Charisse Shanell Narain

photoEmail: asibodbusiness@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: BS International Business Administration/Management
Hometown: Modesto, California

My advice to my peers would be to get involved as much as possible. Whether it’s participating in a club or taking on a higher leadership position, it opens up so many new opportunities and it enables you to feel more connected to the campus and community around Turlock.

Director for Student Clubs and Organizations: Logan Martinez

photoEmail: asibodstudentorgs@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: Business Entrepreneurship
Hometown: Modesto, California

Get involved and take every opportunity that the school offers.

Director for Diversity: Vacant

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Email: asiboddiversity@csustan.edu

 

Director for College of Education, Kinesiology, and Social Work: Vacant

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Director for Graduates: Vacant

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Director for College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: Bianca Gonzalez

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Email:asibodahss@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: Criminal Justice with a concentration in Forensic Science
Hometown: Oceanside, CA

 

Whether it is joining a student organization on campus, dropping by the Advising Resource Center for questions, attending sessions at the Tutoring Center, participating within ASI, or even studying in the library, be involved with your university and know the resources available just for you.

Director for College of Science: Cymoril-Jessica P. Sonico

photoEmail: asibodscience@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: B.S. in Biology (Concentration in Molecular & Microbial Biology, Minor in Chemistry)
Hometown: San Jose, California

As cliché as it sounds, college is what you make of it. In high school, those 4 years may have been the best or worst you’ve ever had throughout your life. If it was the best, refine your character while in college. Learning (even outside classroom walls) is part of self-discovery. It’s better to make mistakes in college than in the real world!
On the other hand, if the 4 years of high school was hands-down the absolute worst, do something about it here at Stanislaus. On top of having an affordable education, Stanislaus students are free to enjoy various clubs/orgs, Greek life, join student government, and participate in intramural sports. Here at Stanislaus, we pride ourselves on having something for everyone, because at the end of the day, “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.”

“Each Warrior wants to leave the mark of his will, his signature, on important acts he touches. This is not the voice of ego but of the human spirit, rising up and declaring that it has something to contribute to the solution of the hardest problems, no matter how vexing!”
--- Pat Riley

 

 

 

 

 

 

Director for Housing and Residential Life: Andrea Lucero

photoEmail: asibodreslife@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: B.A. and Criminal Justice
Hometown: Santa Ana, Orange County

Go to class—it is SO tempting to miss class and get another student’s notes, but you’ll definitely miss out. Also, why skip it if you’re already paying for it? Get to know your academic advisor. Meet with your professors. Get involved on campus. Get organized. Keep track of your money. Realize that a successful college career requires hard work, dedication, and sacrifice.

 

 

Director for Stockton Center: Vacant

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Dean for Students: Ron Noble

photoEmail: rnoble@csustan.edu
Class Level:Dean of Students
Degree and Major: Psychology. Graduate degree in Social Work.
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Go to class! Enjoy your time as a college student and find a way to get involved.

 

Faculty Member: Vacant

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ASI Corporate Staff

 

Government Graduate Assistant: Vacant

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Executive Assistant: Carlene Dyer

photoEmail: asiexecassist@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: Psychology
Hometown: Dixon, CA

There is a time and place for everything, and NOW is your time! Take all the chances you have to get involved and be connected with the campus. There is so much the campus has to offer and how you take advantage of these amazing opportunities. College is about what you make it!

Student Government Coordinator: Maria S. Marquez

photoEmail: ASIStudGovt@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: Communication Studies
Hometown: San Jose, California

Get involved and create your own college experience.

Budget Assistant: Anna da Rosa

photoEmail: ASIBudgetAssistant@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: A.S in Business Administration from MJC Pursuing B.S Business Administration – Finance
Hometown: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

My advice to my fellow CSUS students is to get involved as soon as possible! Being involved on campus will make your College experience amazing and you will make connections that will hopefully last a lifetime. Being involved also helps to reach academic success.

Student Advocate: Joshua Palmer

photoEmail: ASIStudentAdvocate@csustan.edu
Class Level: Graduate Student
Degree and Major: Counseling Education
Hometown: Hilmar, CA

Don’t be afraid to try new things or go outside your comfort zone, great opportunities can come from unexpected places. 

 

 

 

Government Relations Coordinator: Maggie White

photoEmail: asigovrelations@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: BA in Communications, BA in Economics, minor in Journalism
Hometown: Modesto, CA

Get involved outside of the classroom. Join a club, your major’s honor society, or student government. You’re in charge of your own experience; it is what you make it!