AS Government Affairs is operating online for the remainder of the Spring 2021 semesters.
Looking for ways to stay engaged with Government Affairs online? Check out our Spring 2021 office hours schedule and meet with us online.
Government Affairs is the official voice for the students at Chico State. It includes elected student officers and staff who represent and advocate on behalf of the student body. Government Affairs offers a variety of engagement opportunities on issues that affect the campus and community. Most importantly, its collective of committees and councils ensure student dollars are being used in ways that directly benefit the students.
During Fall 2020, the Government Affairs Officers and Senators are available to discuss any student concerns during their officer hours, Monday through Friday. Please see this schedule or click above on an officer/senator profile below to see when an officer is available. All office hours will be held via Zoom HERE.
Who’s Who in the Office:
- President | Breanna Holbert
- Executive Vice President | VACANT
- Vice President of Facilities and Services | Kaylee Biedermann
- Vice President of Business and Finance | Austin Lapic
- Director of University Affairs | Ella Snyder
- Director of Legislative Affairs | Anthony Ruiz
- Commissioner of Community Affairs | Kiley Kirkpatrick
- Commissioner of Sustainability Affairs | Nick Blackwell
- Commissioner of Diversity Affairs | Logan Lee
- Commissioner of Student Organizations and Resources | Edgar Hernandez
- Senator for the College of Agriculture | Michelle Borges
- Senator for the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences | Emily Bruns
- Senator for the College of Business| Mattea Bertain
- Senator for the College of Communication and Education | Caitlin Morris
- Senator for the College of Engineering, Computer Science and Construction Management | Anastasia Schmeeckle
- Senator for the College of Humanities and Fine Arts| Taryn Burns
- Senator for the College of Natural Sciences| Nirvana Almada
ARE YOU READY TO USE YOUR VOICE TO ADVOCATE FOR STUDENTS?