Favorite Place on the Ave: Tea Republic
What is your favorite part of UW?
How did you get involved with ASUW?
I joined Student Senate as a sophomore because I wanted to get more involved with things that were happening on our campus. I wanted to know more about the experiences of students in different communities on campus. From there I realized I had a desire to play a bigger role in advocating for student needs and to work with as many different students as possible during my time at UW.
What does your job entail?
I serve as a liaison to a wide range of entities on campus, such as RCSA, the four Greek Councils, Student Athletes, Student Veterans, and Commuter & Transfer students to name just a few. I act as a bridge between these groups and ASUW, making sure that their wants and needs are being considered in important conversations, that they are informed of what is going on within the University, and offering support in any way that I am able to. I also facilitate collaboration amongst entities when possible!
What is your favorite part of working for the ASUW?
I love getting the chance to meet people who I would never have met otherwise. I get to hear about their unique experiences and celebrate students accomplishments and hard work. Seeing the power of the student body first hand energizes me to be the best version of myself I can be, whether that be as an advocate, as a community member, or as a friend. Relationships are the most important thing in my life and the ones ASUW has provided me are some of the nearest and dearest to me.