As Senators, we are in charge of overseeing funding requests from registered student organizations and overseeing ASWSUV Constitution & By-laws. We also maintain committees and conduct projects and surveys to improvement the betterment of the students and campus.

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Senate meetings occur Thursdays 6pm-7pm

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Jadd Curtis

Pro tempore

I’m a senior studying Business Management Information Systems and serving as Pro Tempore for the Senate. Student government seemed like a great way to learn the “how’s and why’s” of how and why decisions are made. If you have any ideas on what you would like to see around campus, come talk with me. Maybe our conversation will spark a change. That is how good things start; with a conversation. Go Cougs!!

jadd.curtis@wsu.edu

Lashay Wesley

Senator

Hello my name is LaShay Wesley and you will probably find me everywhere on campus. I like to laugh and make people smile. I’m here to help with all your needs, I wouldn’t be surprised if helping was my middle name. I love to watch movies and play games, so please don’t be shy in recommendations. Even if you ever need someone to talk to, I’m your girl!

Nicholas Robinson

Senate Secretary

I’m a Computer Science major here at WSUV. It’s my second year here, though I transferred from SPSCC so I’m not new to the college environment! After I graduate I’d be hoping to go into the network security field. I’m a 3D printing hobbyist as well so that could be another potential career option. I’m the ASWSUV Senate Secretary and I applied for the position to be more involved around campus and hopefully make positive changes! A fun fact about me is that I reached the rank of Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts.

Taegon Lee

Senator

Hello, I am Taegon Lee, and I am a senate of ASWSUV. I am also chair of the Internal Affairs Committee of ASWSUV. My major is Electrical Engineering, and this is my senior year. One thing what I think the most important of ASWSUV is making good environment for students when they are studying at WSU Vancouver

taegon.lee@wsu.edu

Noah Guerrero

Senator

I joined the student government to be a voice for students, to help make a positive impact in their daily lives. I also wanted to support clubs and in-school activities that may be struggling in this post-online environment. When I’m not working in the senate, I spend my time playing video games for far too many hours of the day as well as learning a new instrument.

Robert Litman

Senator

Robert Litman is a senator for ASWSUV and is on the external affairs and finance committees for the ASWSUV.  He is pursuing his second bachelor’s degree from WSUV.  Robert’s first bachelor’s is in anthropology and he is currently a third-year engineering student.  This is his first year on senate and he is motivated to serve the students at WSUV.

Jason Spalding

Senator

I am currently a Junior working on my major Marketing Business. I am not originally from WA. I was born in CA but have lived in several different states and overseas throughout most of my life. I have been married for 17 years and have no children. I live in a multigenerational home, with my mother in law. I am also Army Veteran. I served for a little over 17 years as both an Infantryman and Recruiter. In my free time, I enjoy collecting comic books, playing video games, and socializing with friends and family. My currently goals after graduation is to work within the military again as a civilian worker. I also have my eye on local opportunities, especially in the marketing field.


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