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Rob is a political science and international security and conflict resolution double major with a minor in marketing. Having previously served as Associated Students (AS) vice president of finance and as AS Council representative for the College of Arts and Letters, he is dedicated to making student government at SDSU more accessible to all students. During his time at SDSU, Rob has been involved in several on-campus organizations, including his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon. As a student leader, he has spent much of his time collaborating on student initiatives and furthering philanthropic endeavors. Rob’s driving goal during his term as president is to earn the trust of the student body by focusing on transparency, inclusivity and communication. He is excited about working with students, faculty and administration to meet these challenges. Rob loves nothing more than sitting down for a meal with good company. When not studying or working, he sails, frequents the Aztec Recreation Center, dabbles in salsa dancing and looks for quality adventures around San Diego. Rob's family resides in Lafayette, Calif.
Executive Vice President
Channelle is in her fourth year at SDSU, double majoring in political science and communication. She has an enthusiasm for meeting new people, and a passion for creating strong relationships and interacting with others. Since her freshman year, Channelle has been active in Associated Students, serving as diversity commissioner for the past two years and as a former representative for the Afrikan Student Union and the College of Arts and Letters. Her other campus leadership roles include serving as the president of the Afrikan Student Union and being an active member of Rotaract, Aztec P.R.I.D.E. and the GreenFest executive committee. This upcoming year, she looks forward to empowering the student voice and increasing student activism by strengthening AS boards and committees, enhancing campus life through further development of campus events such as GreenFest and creating new traditions for her fellow Aztecs. Born and raised in beautiful San Diego, Channelle enjoys spending time with family, embarking on new journeys and serving her community. Her interests include cooking, traveling, sports and other outdoor activities.
Vice President of External Affairs
Tom is a 21-year-old senior majoring in political science with a minor in Latin. The first in his family to attend a four-year university, Tom will be the first to graduate from college with a bachelor’s degree. After college, he plans to work in political consulting and public policy development before pursuing a joint degree in law and public policy. Tom loves SDSU and being an Aztec. He has been involved with Associated Students for the last three years and served as founding president of Phi Gamma Delta “FIJI” fraternity’s SDSU chapter. He believes strongly in the need for a unified student body, open communication, student involvement and activism. His greatest motivation comes from his closest friends and colleagues who inspire and challenge him to always do better. Tom grew up in Moreno Valley, Calif., and moved to Murrieta with his family at the age of 15. He enjoys reading, going to movies and playing video games, but loves relaxing and spending time with family and friends. He is also an avid comic book reader and is not afraid to admit that his favorite hero is Superman.
Vice President of Finance
Eric is pursuing a finance degree with a minor in international economics. Throughout his career at SDSU, Eric has been involved in numerous student organizations, including serving as president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon in 2011. Eric looks forward to working closely with student organizations as he assists them with funding that will help them strengthen and grow. In his free time, Eric enjoys watching sports, listening to live music and playing golf with friends. He enjoys food from fine dining to a good home-cooked meal, and is always up to trying new things. He is the oldest of three children and loves spending time with his family in his hometown of San Jose, Calif.
Vice President of University Affairs
Matt is a senior majoring in political science. He prides himself on his outgoing and energetic personality, and is always willing to give a friendly hello to fellow Aztecs. He is a proud member and former president of the SDSU Zeta Beta Tau fraternity chapter and he served as the Inter-Fraternity Council president during the 2011-2012 school year. Most notably, Matt spearheaded the fundraising of $15,000 for the Chelsea's Light Foundation as part of SDSU’s 2011 Greek Week of philanthropy. In the upcoming year, Matt hopes to survey students and empower them so that they are properly informed and represented in University Senate, a body of faculty, staff and students that sets university policy. In addition, Matt has a passion for community, democratic values and diversity. Matt will strive to increase student involvement in AS and the university community. While Matt was born in San Diego, at the age of 5, he moved to his hometown of Franklin, Mass. Ten years later he returned back to San Diego, Calif., and became a student at San Diego State University. Matt's family resides in San Diego, Calif.