ASI announces results for 18 student government positions

Kenneth Collins was announced as the new ASI president this morning, April 12.

In addition to the presidential position, another 18 positions were announced including vice presidential positions and other representatives at large.

The voting capped off a week filled with events where the candidates could present their platforms to the student body.

“It’s amazing because I worked so hard for this and I have been a part of student government for four years now and this is kind of the culmination of all of that,” said new ASI President Kenneth Collins, “If you would’ve asked me a year ago if I would ever run for president it would have been a resounding ‘no,’ but here I am now, the new ASI President.”

The new 2014 ASI Board of Directors results were announced at the Noise Complaint Dance held in the Annex.

The results are listed below.

President Kenneth Collins

Vice President of Internal Affairs Sara Padash

Vice President of External Affairs Naeemah Charles

Vice President of Finance Ramon Gonzalez

Vice President of University Affairs Virginia McBride

First Representative at Large Phoebe Dye

Second Representative at Large Kai Santiago

Third Representative at Large Sharlana Turner

Graduate Representative Omar Romero

Senior Representative Horst Carreno-Bauer

Junior Representative Sarah Pishny

Sophomore Representative Ismail Muhammad

Business Representative Itzel Centeno

College of Education Representative Linda Duncan

College of Ethnic Studies Representative Luis De Paz

College of Health and Social Sciences Kayla Tolentin

Liberal and Creative Arts Representative Celia Gonzalez

College of Science and Engineering Representative Samuel Boikaner.

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