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    Election: ASFC Senator

    Candidate Ballot Category: Senator

    There is a vote limit of 6 in this Category.

  • Rani Zhao

    Rani Zhao   Candidate's Statement: Hello fellow students, My name is Rani and I am excited to run for one of the senator positions in ASFC. As a current appointed member, I have gained valuable experience and insights into our student government. I believe my experience has equipped me with the skills to effectively advocate for all student needs. If elected, I am dedicated to spreading political awareness, which is especially crucial during this election year, and plan on building a senator project centered around either mentorship, community building, or sustainability on campus, with the specific theme to be determined by our collective priorities.

  • Michelle Tiburcio

    Michelle Tiburcio   Candidate's Statement: As a first-generation Latinx student, with experience with government-related activities, I am committed to amplifying student voices fostering inclusivity, and advocating for transparency, equity, and innovation. Your concerns are my priorities, and I'm dedicated to representing you with integrity and passion.

  • Noor Parak

    Noor Parak   Candidate's Statement: Hi my name is Noor, and I am running to be one of your ASFC senators for the upcoming school year. I am currently the secretary for the activities board on ASFC, where we planned events for the student body, including events such as the winter ball which had 250+ students in attendance! My leadership skills and involvement in ASFC and other extracurricular activities makes me a strong candidate for this position. With your vote, my goal as senator is to help foster an inclusive environment, improve access to resources on campus, and represent all students while making informed decisions.

  • Laila Obando

    Laila Obando   Candidate's Statement: Hi, my name is Laila Obando and I'm running for ASFC Senator because I'm invested in creating a more inclusive and involved community here at Foothill. I've had previous experience in a leadership role as the Senior Class President during high school, and believe that I possess the ability to instill positive change as a Senator during my remaining time at Foothill. I personally think that the community here at Foothill is kind and welcoming, and as a Senator, I would commit to making sure that everyone feels the same way about the community as I do.

  • Thandar Nyunt

    Thandar Nyunt   Candidate's Statement: An engaging and active international student from Myanmar(Burma) who has worked as a volunteer since 14. As an international student who studied at De Anza for winter quarter and worked as an intern for DASG's administration committe, I have seen a lot of difficulties students are facing lately. When I become a senator of ASFC, I want to use my voice in helping students and encouraging making changes in aspects we all need. Your one vote can change your college life!

  • Ryann Mejia-Gonzales

    Ryann Mejia-Gonzales   Candidate's Statement: As an active member of this campus' community, I want nothing more than to make Foothill a positive and safe place for students off all kinds to come learn at. Therefore as an ASFC senator, I plan to use my role as a way to advocate for what the students want, and use my voice as a vessel for those who are often unheard. If elected, I'd make sure to listen to the wants and needs of the Foothill community, and not just move forth with my own personal opinions on any topic. Thank you for your consideration.

  • Nathaniel Alexander Lee

    Nathaniel Alexander Lee   Candidate's Statement: My name is Nathaniel Lee and I was born in Hong Kong, SAR. I moved to the Bay Area when I was 10 years old and attended Phillips Exeter Academy for high school where I was a member of the student council and co-founder of Hong Kong club. I am passionate about my community, helping those around me, and I enjoy learning from others. If selected as a Senator for ASFC, I would use my skills of communication and cultural sensitivity to better understand the wants and needs of Foothill College students.

  • Vivian Hanna

    Vivian Hanna   Candidate's Statement: My name is Vivian and I am running to be one of your ASFC Senators! As a multidisciplinary artist and Photography Editor of the Foothill Script, I will use my creative problem-solving and critical analysis skills to help Foothill progress as an institution, for its students. As a sociology major, diversity of perspectives and opinions is very important to me, and I offer my voice to represent our student body and encourage you to communicate any of your needs, questions, or suggestions to me about anything at all and how we can make Foothill better for you! Thank you!

  • Annum Hashmi

    Annum Hashmi   Candidate's Statement: This past year, I served as Specialty Program Liaison on the Senate Board, where I gained an understanding of the Senator position and the value of Senator projects. Through my role, I've helped coordinate volunteer efforts and collaborated with Senators to organize impactful events like the Political Awareness Event. I also researched challenges students face, such as a lack of affordable housing, and advocated for these student rights at the state capitol while representing California Community Colleges. If elected as Senator, I'll leverage my Senate Board experience to lead an innovative project that uncovers and meaningfully addresses student needs.

  • Shams Alwan

    Shams Alwan   Candidate's Statement: I'm determined to improve our campus and implement student-driven upgrades that have lasting impacts, benefiting future owls. I'm already involved in a couple of clubs around here, for self-enrichment as well as making changes around school, and I'd be honored to use this opportunity in ASFC to do more work from the inside. Student voices and feedback are a top priority, and proper representation is crucial to me! =)