2017-2018 ASSU Senate
Kojoh Atta is a member of the Class of 2020 raised in Columbus, Ohio and is undeclared, but is considering majoring in political science or economics. He is a involved in the BSU, EPASA, and works at Stanford’s Diversity & FIrst-Generation Office. He wants to increase the visibility of the Senate and collaborate with the Graduate Student Council. He feels that it is important for that various communities on campus, such as undocumented students, FLI students, and sexual assault survivors are empowered and supported. Please contact Kojoh at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
Remy Gordon is a member of the class of 2020 from Overland Park, KS and is planning on majoring in Management Science and Engineering. He is involved in the Society of Black Scientists and Engineers and Black Student Union. He also works at the Center on Poverty and Inequality and is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Remy serves on the Advocacy and Academic Affairs committees and is committed to improving the relationship between Volunteer Student Organizations and Senators. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email him at email@example.com.
Class of 2019, Gabe Rosen is a Public Policy major from New York City. Currently in his second term, Gabe serves as Chair of the Appropriations Committee and as a member of the Administration & Rules Committee. Outside of Senate, Gabe competes with the Stanford Mock Trial Team, serves as President of the Stanford Democrats and as Financial Manager for the Stanford Pre-Law Society, and is a proud member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any funding related questions, or email him at email@example.com for any questions.
Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, Janique is a member of the Class of 2020 and is considering a major in Chemical Engineering. On the senate, she is a member of the Academic Affairs and Student Life Committees, and is passionate about improving representation among faculty, and advocating for underrepresented communities on campus. Janique enjoys photography, journaling, writing poetry, and listening to music. If you would like to suggest any ideas for the Senate or just want to hang out with Janique, feel free to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lark is an undeclared member of the Class of 2020 from San Diego, California who is interested in history and economics. She hopes to advocate for mental health and wellness, support diversity and women’s issues, and further Senate accountability and transparency. On Senate, she is chair of the Communications Committee and a member of the Student Life Committee. Please feel free to contact her anytime with suggestions, questions, or concerns at email@example.com.
Lizzie, a member of the Class of 2020, is originally from San Mateo, California and plans on double majoring in Spanish and Public Policy. She is a member of Stanford Women in Politics, Freshman Class Council, Haas Service Liaisons, and works for the Public Policy Department. Serving as the chair of Student Life, Lizzie is dedicated to providing high-quality access to mental health resources for students of diverse experiences and backgrounds. Spending the rest of her time on the Appropriations Committee, Lizzie looks forward to simplifying the processes of VSO-funding and serving as an ally to Financial Officers. Lizzie’s interests outside of Senate include immigration advocacy as well as drawing and admiring Latin-American art, especially the murals located in the nearby Mission District of San Francisco. Please contact her with any questions or concerns by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hamzeh Daoud is an international student from Jordan, originally from Palestine. He is a proud Arab Muslim who passionate about social justice issues, specifically issues concerning the refugee crisis, Palestine and Islamophobia. He is a part of Students for Justice in Palestine, the Arab Student Association at Stanford, the Muslim Student Union and STATIC. He is also a theater/tech/humanities kid, majoring in SymSys and minoring in TAPS.
Raised in Houston, Texas, before moving to California, Chapman Caddell ’20 is majoring in Economics. He is the Undergraduate Senate’s Parliamentarian, the Chair of the Administration and Rules Committee, and a member of the Appropriations Committee. He believes in practical reform that puts the interests of the student body first. Off the Senate, Chapman is a member of Stanford in Government. He spends his free time reading and climbing. Please contact him at email@example.com.
Katie Hufker is from St. Louis. She is a member of the class of 2018 majoring in computer science with a concentration in biocomputation. On Senate, Katie is excited about helping student groups get the funding they need. She is on the appropriations and administration and rules committees. Outside of Senate, Katie is involved in the Undergraduate Catholic Students Association, Kids with Dreams, and the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band. Please contact Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi! My name is Cole McFaul, and I am from Palo Alto, California. I am a freshman who is still searching for a major at the moment. I am currently on the Communications, Advocacy, and Student Life Committees in the ASSU Undergraduate Senate. I hope to help with all the projects that will be undertaken by those committees, but I will also be focusing in on establishing a centralized textbook exchange system for students.
Erica is a member of the Class of 2020 from Miami, FL. She loves politics, languages, and history, and plans to combine these passions by pursuing a major in International Relations. Her goals as a Senator include advocating for marginalized communities on campus, improving resources for FLI and undocumented students, promoting environmental sustainability, and increasing Senate visibility within the student body. She hopes to accomplish these goals through her service on the Senate Student Life and Advocacy committees. Outside Senate, Erica is a member of Stanford Running Club, SIG, Stanford Political Journal, and EPASA. Feel free to contact her at email@example.com.
Kimiko Hirota '20 is from the beautiful city of Spokane, Washington. She's thinking about studying Sociology and Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity with a minor in East Asian Studies. She currently serves on the Senate's Advocacy and Communications Committees. Kimiko enjoys pine trees, fast food, and poetry. Talk to her about anything: firstname.lastname@example.org
Doris Rodriguez is a member of the class of 2020. She is originally from Honduras but grew up in Miami. She is undeclared but is thinking about majoring in Psychology and minoring in Sociology. She hopes to use the Senate as a tool to bring about tangible policies that could facilitate real social change on campus and in our surrounding communities. Some of her goals for this year are to push for Stanford to become a Sanctuary Campus, to continue to work with FLIP to ensure that the FLI community is well served, and to pass the mic to campus activists and leaders. In her free time, Doris enjoys rollerblading, writing poetry, playing sports and exploring the Bay.
Ana Carolina was born and raised in Sao Paulo and is a member of the Class of 2020. She is involved with activism on campus, especially as a member of Student And Labor Alliance, and she hopes to major in Economics. Ana wants to help bringing social justice to Stanford and creating better environments for International and/or FLI students. She also enjoys homemade burgers, old Italian movies and thinking about life in Meyer Green.
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