ASI Board of Directors

Current Board Members (2014-2015)

President: Mariam Salameh

photoEmail: aspresident@csustan.edu
Class Level: Graduate School
Degree and Major: Master of Public Administration
Hometown: Modesto, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
Be ENGAGED, Get INVOLVED, Rock your WARRIOR PRIDE, and Create your OWN college experience of a LIFETIME!

Vice President: Marvin Hooker

photoEmail: asvicepresident@csustan.edu
Class Level: Super Senior
Degree and Major: B.S. in Business Administration - Marketing and International Business Management. Minor in Communications
Hometown: Naples, Italy

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
Don’t let opportunities slip through your fingers for fear of failing. Take the leap and accomplish your dreams. You are your own worst critic, so don’t be so hard on yourself.

Athletics: Nicole Larson

photoEmail: asibodathletics@csustan.edu
Position: Director for Athletics
Class Level:Freshmen
Degree and Major: Criminal Justice
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
There are opportunities everywhere, you just have to find them and not be afraid to take them.

At Large: Cheree Wisniewski

photoEmail: asibodatlarge@csustan.edu
Position: Director at large
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: Political Science
Hometown: Escalon, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?

Never give up!

Business: Yvonne Serrano

photoEmail: asibodbusiness@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: Bachelors Degree; Business Major; Spanish Minor
Hometown: Ripon

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
My advice to all students is to practice communication. Speaking up, asking questions, expressing your opinions are characteristics so important that can impact our campus community drastically. There are many people on campus   

Student Clubs and Organizations: Sandra Loza

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Email: asibodstudentorgs@csustan.edu
Position: Director for Student Clubs and Organizations
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: Sociology
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
My advice to students would be to get involved. Join a club/organization. It gives you a chance to meet so many different people, opens doors for great opportunities and really does make college a memorable and fun experience.   

Diversity: Bella Orcajo

photoEmail: asiboddiversity@csustan.edu
Position: Director for Diversity
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: Political Science - Legal Studies
Hometown: Temecula, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
Advice I would give other students, would be to be willing to get out of their comfort zones and experience new things. Don’t let fear of new concepts stop you from joining organizations, student leaderships, internships, or clubs.  

Education, Kinesiology, and Social Work: Josephine Hazelton

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Email: ​asibodeducation@csustan.edu
Position: Director for the College of Education, Kinesiology, and Social Work
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: Bachelor of Arts - Liberal Studies with concentration in Communication Studies
Hometown: Turlock, California

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
Let's work together to build a better community for all!

 

Environment: Caleb Wittstruck

photoEmail: asibodenvironment@csustan.edu
Position: Director for Environment
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: Criminal Justice
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
Definitely get involved in things on campus like clubs, Organizations, sports, or student government. Your college experience will be a thousand times better if you become involved. 

Graduates: Joshua Palmer

photoEmail: asibodgraduate@csustan.edu
Position: Director for Graduate Students
Class Level: Graduate Student
Degree and Major: Masters in Counseling Education
Hometown: Hilmar

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
Seek out every opportunity possible. You never know what you’ll learn about yourself and what those opportunities can lead to.

Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: Jose Armenta

photoEmail: asibodahss@csustan.edu

Science: Juan Villapudua

photoEmail: asibodscience@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: Biology/Gender Studies
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
I would advise students to polish their skills within their field of study through community involvement and/or research. Being active and giving back helps to polish your skills as a professional in this ever more competitive world and establishes your image within that community. 

Housing and Residential Life: Noriel Mostajo

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Email: asibodreslife@csustan.edu
Class Level: Freshman
Degree and Major: Bachelor’s Degree; Business Major; English Minor 
Hometown: Sacramento, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
Make the most of your college career. College is a huge life experience that many do not get the opportunity to have. The many different clubs and organizations here on campus will help develop you as a person and enhance your college experience. In short, I encourage you to make the most of your college career. 

Stockton Center: Vacant

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Dean of 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

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
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

 

Governmental Relations Coordinator: Vacant

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Executive Assistant: Rafael Jimenez

photoEmail:asiexecassist@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: Double Majoring in Sociology & Criminal Justice
Hometown: Los Banos, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
Network with people! As a college student, networking is both important and beneficial. You’ll meet individuals who are well informed about possible career opportunities, especially if you plan on attending graduate school.

Student Government Coordinator: Victor Flores

photoEmail: asistudgovt@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: Biology/Psychology
Hometown: Pomona, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student? I encourage students to get involved on campus. Your college experience is what you make it, so by getting involved you open the doors to so many opportunities and friendships that will last a life time.

Budget Assistant: Walter Juarez

photoEmail: ASIBudgetAssistant@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: Business Administration- Accounting
Hometown: Ceres, CA

What advice would you give to another CSU Stanislaus student?
I would advise all CSU Stanislaus Students to get involved in some form, whether it is through Greek Life, student clubs, ASI, or a combination of these three. By being involved, you develop a keen sense of leadership, while at the same time contributing to a bigger cause by helping with philanthropic events, getting involved with the community or giving back to the students on campus. You have the ability to surround yourself with hardworking individuals who will push you towards greatness in every aspect of your life. I personally got involved with clubs and organizations my first year, and it was truly one of the best decisions I made in college.

 

 

Student Advocate: Jerrelle Wilson