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Faith Van Hoven announced ASI president elect for the 2024-25 academic year

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Faith Van Hoven at the ASI presidential debate on March 11. Van Hoven has won the election and she is the ASI president elect for the 2024-25 academic year.

ASI President: Faith Van Hoven

Faith Van Hoven is officially the Associated Students Inc. president-elect for the 2024-25 academic year after winning this year’s ASI elections with a 58% majority vote.

“I’m feeling a lot of things right now and I’m really just excited to get to work on what we said we were going to do in our campaign,” Van Hoven said after hearing the election results.

Van Hoven’s campaign is committed to access, safety and involvement within Fresno State.

“Thank you so much for voting and I am so excited to see what we can do together,” Van Hoven said.

Vice President of External Affairs: Marco Florez

Van Hoven’s running mate, Marco Florez, was elected vice president of external affairs.

“I am running for student government to increase student involvement and foster an environment that is inclusive to all students around campus,” Florez said in his campaign statement. “I hope to bring about awareness of student government, allowing students to showcase their voice on relevant issues.”

Vice President of Finance: Guadalupe Zamudio-Telles

Guadalupe Zamudio-Telles was elected as the vice president of finance.

Previously, she was the senator for the Craig School Of Business and she says she is committed to increasing opportunities for students.

“I’ve been talking to the financial aid office and also with our exec[utive] team to increase the opportunities for students and accessibility here on campus,” Zamudio-Telles said after the election results were announced.

Eleven Senators at Large:

  • Carlie Hall
  • Dayanara Guzman
  • Frederick Lisitsa
  • Ingeborg Kisbye
  • Luis Manzo
  • Melanie Mora
  • Nicholas Monroe
  • Robert Rivera
  • Seth Mays-Meneley
  • Sydney Firstman
  • Wendy Renteria

College Senators:

  • Craig School of Business: Rhythm Chaudhary
  • Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology: Maris Prado
  • College of Health and Human Services: Elise Guerra
  • College of Kremen School of Education: Jaselle Camiling
  • College of Science and Mathematics: Adam Leon
  • College of Social Sciences: Cindy Jauregui

Senators for the College of Arts and Humanities, and the Lyles College of Engineering have not yet been elected.

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