Every year, the Associated Students of the University of Washington sets out to enrich the experiences of all students on campus through programming, resources, and advocacy. This year, we brought over sixty students to Olympia to lobby on behalf of their fellow classmates for greater access to resources, we packed Kane Hall to welcome legendary streetwear brand founder, Bobby Hundreds, and with your help, developed a new brand identity to better represent our mission.
We are students serving students. Check this out, a look at our year’s work.
Cassie was an integral part of the efforts to advocate for an Oceania and Pacific Islander Studies at Senate. She puts her heart in all the work she does and was truly a team player all year.
He completely revamped the UWL website and was really committed to expanding the scope of the workshops. He was constantly coming up with new and unique ideas while also being a great mentor to his mentees.
This year, Eurie dedicated all of her time and energy to ensuring that BSC’s programming, resources, and opportunities align with the needs of the entire black community. The month long EVOLVE campaign during Black History Month and other programming this year has created a sense of awareness and appreciation for the culture, experiences, and issues involving black students.
Sami did an exceptional job at welcoming new DJs and making them feel like a part of our community quickly. In addition, she makes our show schedule and handled all the problems that come with that quickly and professionally.
Throughout this school year Emily has had a cheerful attitude and contributed a hard work ethic to JCC and the Asian community. With ASC's large amount of constituents she has provided resources. opportunities and support for each group.
Emily brings love, passion, understanding, and support to every interaction. She has worked endlessly in and out of the position to better the mission of the food co-op. This year, Emily has been a steadfast leader, supporting our cooperative through change, adversity, and success.
Yuki really went above and beyond this year as one of the ASUW Visual Designers. He always made himself available to entity directors to consult about their visions for design. During Elections, Yuki worked extra hours to ensure that the EAC Voter’s Guide was effective and useful for students.
Bo has worked really hard this year to be a good liaison for the EAC. He is incredibly knowledgeable about ASUW policy and is an incredible resource through the election process. We are very lucky to have a Director of Internal Policy that wholeheartedly supports the things we are trying to accomplish and helps us achieve our goals.
Menosh is an incredible activist and advocate who has worked tirelessly to care for survivors both with SARVA and as a counselor for Refugees in SeaTac. She has worked hard to facilitate events which address the complexities of sexual assault, reach underserved communities, and educate our campus about the urgency of sexual assault prevention and improved care.
Working with Abum has been an absolute joy. When I'm feeling stressed or overwhelmed at work, he reminds me not only to focus on self-care, but also why I love working with students. He is incredibly supportive, never fails to put a smile on my face, and goes above and beyond with every SHC event.