ASSU Vice President
Here’s the good news – no matter what you get involved with during your time here, the odds are in your favor that you’re going to have a great time. Hopefully, the ASSU in some small way can contribute to your positive experiences. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any thoughts, questions, or ideas. And as always, stay classy, Stanford.
Anjney is a Sophomore and came to Stanford after graduating from high school in Singapore. He is interested in Economics and Statistics, and spent the past summer as a Google Fellow in Washington D.C working on telecommunications policy research. On campus he is involved with the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES) as a Vice-President of the global team, and with the Blyth Fund as an associate. When away from his desk, he can often be found in the Squash courts at Arillaga Gym.
Kaela Farrise is a member of the class of 2014 at Stanford University where she is majoring in urban studies with a focus on urban education and minoring in African and African American Studies. Although she was born and lived a significant amount of time in Oakland, California, she has lived in many different parts of California. She has always been active in community service focused on youth empowerment and education as a tutor, youth sports coach and mentor. On campus, she is a political action committee co-chair for the Stanford chapter of the NAACP as well as president of Project Motivation – a program designed to motivate underprivileged and underrepresented children to strive for higher education through college tours and student panels. Kaela is also involved with the BSU, Black Womens’ Forum and Stanford Black Scientists and Engineers. Upon graduation from Stanford, she hopes to attend law school and eventually work in education policy.
Michelle Pan is currently a Sophomore at Stanford majoring in Computer Science. She was born and raised in Texas, but unfortunately does not own a legit pair of cowboy boots. Michelle has been interested in web and graphic design since she was 12 years old and has been running and designing her own websites since then. Some of her hobbies include flute playing, graphic designing, Facebook stalking, and anything to do with fashion.
Norian Watson is a senior majoring in Mathematics and Economics. Her hometown is Kingston, Jamaica and she is currently an RA in Crothers Hall. On campus she is involved with the Caribbean Students Association, XA Christian Fellowship and also works as a research assistant with the Economics department. When she’s not working hard for Stanford she likes to just relax, catch up with friends and watch movies.