Executives

The Executive Committee serves as an advisory group assessing the needs and goals of the Associated Students. The committee also evaluates any A.S. Board of Directors member as to upholding their responsibilities and recommends appointments to the A.S. Board of Directors. The committee consists of the A.S. President, three A.S. Vice Presidents, the External Affairs Representative, the A.S. Elections Commissioner, the A.S. Presents Representative, and an A.S. Board of Directors representative.

Social Justice and Equity Officer

Tzveta Stoimenova

  • Email: tks130@humboldt.edu
  • Office hours: Thrusday 3:30-5:30 PM
  • Year in School: Junior
  • Major: Critical Race, Gender, & Sexuality

Committee Member

  • Diversity & Inclusion Campus Advisory Council
  • Diversity Program Funding Committee
  • Services to Students with Disabilities Advisory Committee
  • Associated Students Executive Committee

Environmental Sustainability Officer

Desteny Gutierrez

  • Email: dg1677@humboldt.edu
  • Office hours: Friday 12 P.M. - 2 P.M.
  • Year in School: Sophomore
  • Major: Environmental Studies

Committee Head

  • Associated Students Earth Week Planning Committee

Committee Member

  • Associated Students Executive Committee
  • Graduate Pledge Alliance
  • HSU Sustainability Committee
  • President's Advisory on Sustainability

The President shall be the chief executive officer of the Association elected by the Association membership.

  1. Serves as the official representative of the Association.
  2. May propose legislation to the A.S. Council.
  3. Chairs the Executive Committee.
  4. Makes appointments to committees and boards for the Association with the consent of the A.S. Council by a 2/3 vote.
  5. Serves as a member of the AS Council.
  6. Vote on actions or decisions taken by the AS Council.

Joey Mularky

Committee Head

  • Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) Committee
  • Associated Students Executive Committee
  • Associated Students Campus/Community Service Scholarship Committee

Committee Member

  • Associated Students Board of Finance
  • University Senate

Administrative Vice President

The Administrative Vice President shall be the chief financial assistant to the President.

  1. The Administrative Vice President shall chair the Board of Finance.
  2. The Administrative Vice President shall be the chief fiscal advisor to the
  3. President and the A.S. Council.
  4. The Administrative Vice President shall assume the duties of the President during the President’s absence.
  5. The Administrative Vice President shall sit on the Executive Committee.
  6. Makes appointments to committees and boards for the Association with the consent of the A.S. Council by a 2/3 vote.
  7. Serves as a member of the AS Council.
  8. Vote on actions or decisions taken by the AS Council.

Kassandra Rice

Committee Head

  • Associated Students Event Funding Committee
  • Associated Students Board of Finance

Committee Member

  • Associated Students Executive Committee
  • Instructionally Related Activities (IRA) Committee
  • Humboldt Energy Independence Fund (HEIF)

Student Affairs Vice President

The Student Affairs Vice President shall be the chief advisor on student affairs to the President.

  1. The Student Affairs Vice President shall chair the Associated Students
  2. Student Affairs Committee.
  3. The Student Affairs Vice President shall sit on the University Center
  4. Board of Directors.
  5. The Student Affairs Vice President shall sit on the Student Affairs
  6. Directors Committee.
  7. The Student Affairs Vice President shall sit on the Executive Committee.
  8. Makes appointments to committees and boards for the Association with the consent of the A.S. Council by a 2/3 vote.
  9. Serves as a member of the AS Council.
  10. Vote on actions or decisions taken by the AS Council.

Dana Carrillo

Committee Head

  • Associated Students Student Affairs Advisory Committee

Committee Member

  • Associated Students Executive Committee
  • Diversity Program Funding Committee
  • Associated Students Event Funding Committee
  • Associated Students Campus/Community Service Scholarship Committee
  • University Center Board of Directors
  • Graduate Pledge Alliance

The Legislative Vice President shall be the chief legislative assistant to the President.

  1. The Legislative Vice President shall chair the A.S. Council and may vote on actions or decisions taken by the AS Council when such a vote will affect the outcome.
  2. The Legislative Vice President shall be responsible to receive information from Associated Students committee appointments.
  3. The Legislative Vice President shall be responsible for the maintenance of and adherence to the Associated Students Code.
  4. The Legislative Vice President shall sit on the Executive Committee.
  5. Makes appointments to committees and boards for the Association with the consent of the A.S. Council by a 2/3 vote.
  6. Serves as a member of the AS Council.

Paola Valdovinos

  • Email: pv398@humboldt.edu
  • Phone number: (707) 826-4221
  • Office hours: Monday 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Year in School: Sophomore
  • Major: English

Committee Member

  • Associated Students Executive Committee
  • Integrated Curriculum Committee
  • University Senate Academic Policies Committee
  • Student Health Center Advisory Committee (SHAC)

External Affairs Representative

  1. Attend bi-weekly ASC meetings;
  2. Attend Associated Students Council fall, week-end orientation/retreat and spring retreat;
  3. Provide the A.S. Council with complete and timely information and reports regarding meetings, pending state and national legislation affecting higher education and issues involving the CSU system;
  4. Be as active as possible, keeping current on any issues of importance;
  5. Coordinate arrangements for any council members that also wish to attend CSSA meetings as the budget may provide;
  6. Coordinate arrangements for council members (and other interested students) that wish to attend the
  7. California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS) conference;
  8. Serve through the CSSA transitional meeting in June;
  9. Develop the CSSA budget request for the following year.
  10. Chair the Associated Students Lobby Corps.

Elijah Lechman

Committee Head

  • Associated Students Lobby Corps
  1. Serve as the spokesperson of the AS Presents and work in conjunction with the CenterArts Program Coordinator in planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs;
  2. Serve as chair of the AS Presents Team. Be responsible for the general coordination of AS Presents;
  3. Assist with the recruitment and selection of committee members of AS Presents Team. CenterArts Advisor shall also assist the Chair in meeting this responsibility;
  4. Hold regular meetings with the AS President;
  5. Hold regular meetings with the CenterArts advisor;
  6. Attend AS Council meetings and report to the Council regarding programming events and activities;
  7. Create and maintain sponsorships with other student clubs and organizations, and;
  8. Serve as an advisor to the A. S. Executive Committee. (12/11)

Jonathan Pena Centes

Committee Head

  • Associated Students A.S. Presents

Committee Member

  • Associated Students Executive Committee

AS Executive Committee Meetings

  • Nov 6 2017 - 4:00pm Executive Committee Agenda #3
    Nelson Hall East, Room 120
  • Nov 27 2017 - 4:00pm Executive Committee Agenda #4
    Nelson Hall East, Room 120
  • Jan 29 2018 - 4:00pm Executive Committee Agenda #5
    Nelson Hall East Room 120

Current Executive Openings

  • Elections Commissioner (Spring Semester)

The Elections Commissioner shall coordinate and direct all A.S. Elections and shall encourage voter participation through legal and acceptable means. The Commissioner's duties include, but not limited to the following:

  1. Organize the Elections Commission. 
  2. Create an elections marketing campaign. 
  3. Oversee the coordination of the elections voter's guide and other public relations information. 
  4. Coordinate candidate forums and other events to allow for maximum student participation. 
  5. Carry out procedures as set forth in the A.S. Constitution and the A.S. Code. 
  6. Be available to hear all infractions, quarrels, disputes and disagreements and refer them as deemed necessary. 
  7. Coordinate and direct all A.S. elections and encourage voter participation through legal and acceptable means. 
  8. Attend, in general, bi-weekly Board of Director meetings. Most meetings are on Mondays from 3 to 6 p.m.