ASI Board of Directors

Current Board Members (2016-2017)

President: Nicole Larson

Nicole Larson PortraitEmail: aspresident@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: B.A. in Psychology, Child Development
Hometown: Santa Cruz, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Your college experience is what you want it to be, so never disregard an opportunity.

Vice President: Carlene Dyer

Carlene Dyer PortraitEmail: asvicepresident@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: B.A. in Psychology
Hometown: Dixon, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Immerse yourself into the college life and take advantage of the opportunities around you. Take the time and build the best version of you.

Director at Large: Brandon Demers

Brandon Demers PortraitEmail: ASIBODatlarge@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: B.A. in Political Science
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
To maximize your college experience, you must recognize that it extends far beyond the walls of the classroom. Challenge yourself and seek knowledge in every area. This is the behavior of successful people.

Director for Athletics: Mishaye Venerable

Mishaye Venerable PortraitEmail: asibodathletics@csustan.edu
Class Level: Sophomore
Degree and Major: B.A. in Kinesiology
Hometown: Sacramento, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Do not be afraid or intimidated by stepping into leadership positions.

Director for Environment: Juan Aguilar

Placeholder PortraitEmail: ASIBODenvironment@csustan.edu
 

Director for College of Business: Vacant

Placeholder PortraitEmail: asibodbusiness@csustan.edu
 

Director for Student Clubs and Organizations: Andrea Lucero

Andrea Lucero PortraitEmail: asibodstudentorgs@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: B.A. in Criminal Justice
Hometown: Santa Ana, Orange County, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
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 Diversity: Brenda Pedraza

Brenda Pedraza Portrait

Email: asiboddiversity@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: B.A in Social Sciences (Concentration in Communications, Ethnic, and Gender Studies) Minor in Spanish
Hometown: Stockton, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Discover the confidence within yourself and actively find resources on campus to help you work on it. Form connections with others who wish to see nothing but your success and growth. Because once you discover how great you can be, you can honestly accomplish anything you set your mind to.

Director for College of Education, Kinesiology, and Social Work: Jimmye Absood

Jimmye Absood Portrait

Class Level: Junior
Hometown: Gustine, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
I would advise my fellow classmates to get involved early and meet as many people you can. Take the opportunity to meet as many people as you can.

Director for Graduates: Juan Pablo Vasquez

Juan Vasquez Portrait

Class Level: Graduate
Degree and Major: Master’s in Business Administration
Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Set goals in life, travel and dream big. If you ever fall down as I have a time or two, dust yourself off and get back up on your feet. Never give up no matter how hard life gets.

Director for College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: Annmary Macias

Annmary Macias Portrait

Email:asibodahss@csustan.edu
Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: B.A. in History
Hometown: Stockton, CA

 

What advice do you have for your fellow students?
Always be your own #1 fan. If you don’t believe in yourself no one will. Be confident in your abilities and work hard in order to back up that confidence. Being smart makes you the cool kid in college. So, keep up that GPA and get involved on campus. Set goals and make them happen. Leave a legacy.

Director for College of Science: Tiffany Spaulding

Portrait PlaceholderEmail: asibodscience@csustan.edu

Director for Housing and Residential Life: Vacant

Portrait PlaceholderEmail: asibodreslife@csustan.edu

Director for Stockton Center: Vacant

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Dean for Students: Ron Noble

Ron Noble PortraitEmail: 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: Michelle Nungaray

Portrait PlaceholderEmail: asiexecassist@csustan.edu
 

Student Government Coordinator: Maria Marquez

Portrait PlaceholderEmail: ASIStudGovt@csustan.edu
Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: Communication Studies
Hometown: San Jose, California

Get involved and create your own college experience.

Budget Assistant: Umar "AJ" Abbasi

Portrait PlaceholderEmail: ASIBudgetAssistant@csustan.edu

Student Advocate: Brittany Silveira

Portrait PlaceholderEmail: ASIStudentAdvocate@csustan.edu Class Level: Senior
Degree and Major: B.S. in Business Administration, concentration in Computer Information Systems
Hometown: Hilmar, CA

Get involved! Join clubs, take part in student government, come out to events - do anything to become a bigger part of our campus community. Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there and meet new people. You never know what kind of doors will open for you and what kind of unique experiences you could have.

Government Relations Coordinator: Noriel Mostajo

Portrait PlaceholderEmail: asigovrelations@csustan.edu Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: B.S. in Business Administration
Hometown: Antelope, CA

Don’t be afraid of change. College is a time to find yourself and to really develop your skills as a person. Explore the resources around you and make your experience at Stan State worthwhile.