As s a first-generation student, finding my place on campus was scary at first, but getting involved with ASUA, joining my freshman class honorary, and finding community in cultural centers such as Guerrero, has shown me the importance and value of strong clubs on campus that allow every student the opportunity to thrive.
That’s why I’m running for Executive Vice President in the Associated Students of the University of Arizona!
In my current role as ASUA Policy Director, uplifting students' voices and fighting for things that matter to us has been work this past year. Whether it was fighting to keep the sun link free, centering student voices when the conversation surrounding mandatory meal plans occurred, or ensuring that mental health services were free of charge for those who needed it— had your back.
I’m ready to continue to fight for the things that matter to us, and be a voice with you— not for you.
Together, we will:
⭑ Advocate and support campus organizations that are essential to students such as Campus Closet, Pantry, and CAPs.
⭑ Expand outreach to the student body and create innovative ways to get students connected to clubs and support services available to them.
⭑ Work with ASUA Directors to ensure events are accessible to everyone.
⭑ Continue to advocate for at-large issues like free-transit, mental health resources, and campus safety.
I hope I can earn your vote! #BearDown