ASUSF Senate Senators

Meet the 2018–19 ASUSF Senator Representatives

There are thirteen senator representatives that make up the voting membership of ASUSF Senate. Senators serve as the voice of all undergraduate students.

ASUSF College of Arts and Sciences Representative

Tatiana Hernandez
 

ASUSF School of Management Representative

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Military Veterans Student Representative

Lianna Jasiewicz
B.A. Candidate | May 2019
Major: Communication Studies
Hometown: Yardley, PA
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Hi, I'm Lianna and I am so glad to be joining Senate this year! I am a senior in the ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) program here at USF. I am looking forward to representing veterans and other military members while also serving on the internal affairs committee. I am also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and have taken part in club soccer and intramural basketball (2018 champs!) In my spare time, I am an adrenaline junkie and food lover! I can't wait to connect with you all!

ASUSF School of Nursing and Health Professions Representative

Sarah Vega
B.S. Candidate | Dec 2020
Major: Nursing
Hometown: San Gabriel, CA
Pronouns: she/hers/her

Sarah is passionate about psychology and pediatrics within the realm of nursing. She enjoys sketching and painting, watching podcasts, and reading books about astronomy in her free time. She can be a bit of a homebody. When she decides to leave the house, she very much enjoys hanging around the mission district and getting pho (her favorite food). Come visit her in the Cowell Lobby where she conducts her outreach hours!

ASUSF Senior Class Representative

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ASUSF Junior Class Representative

Marcelo Castro
B.A. Candidate | May 2020
Major: Politics
Hometown: Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico
Pronouns: he/him/his

Hi, everyone! My name is Marcelo Castro and I serve the student body here at USF as the junior class representative. I look forward to working alongside my colleagues here in ASUSF Senate to ensure that we as students are acknowledged and taken into consideration in matters that affect us directly, whether it be social issues or financial concerns. By doing the best I can within my capabilities and the support of Senate and the USF community, I aim to make the 2018-2019 a school year in which our school works to its full potential to benefit US.

ASUSF Sophomore Class Representative

Richard McCoy
B.S Candidate | May 2021
Major: History (U.S. History Concentration)
Hometown: Fresno, CA
Pronouns: he/him/his

I am honored to be the sophomores representative to the ASUSF Senate. I am committed to improving the college experience of my fellow Dons by working with the people and organizations of USF who help make our school the magical place it is. I promise to serve the needs of my constituents by voicing their concerns both on the ASUSF Senate and with the administration of USF. As students, we must always keep in mind that USF should be student-centric and never settle for anything less than that. I am excited to serve the students of USF and promise my full commitment to the students of USF, the ASUSF Senate, and the USF community at large.   

ASUSF Freshman Class Representative

Abigail Dinius
B.A. Candidate | May 2022
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Kent, WA
Pronouns: she/hers/her


My name is Abigail (Abby) Dinius and I am happy to serve as the University of San Francisco’s Freshman Class Representative. Transitioning to college can be a difficult time for many with obstacles to overcome, but I hope that with the help of the freshman class we can make this change easier for incoming students. I am dedicated to helping others and I am excited to work alongside the other ASUSF members to make this school the best it can be. All students have a voice and I feel that it is my job to encourage them to use it. College is not just a time of learning, but creating relationships and connections that will last a lifetime.

ASUSF Student of Color Representative

Natalie Gray
B.A. Candidate | Dec 2019
Major: Biology
Hometown: Atlanta, GA
Pronouns: she/hers/her

Hey y’all, my name is Natalie Gray and I’m super excited to be Student of Color rep for this year! I ran for this position because I believe that there is a lot of work that can be done to make institutions, such as USF, more inclusive, welcoming and accessible for people of color. I really value community and that includes communication, so If you see me on campus don’t hesitate to tell me what’s on your mind, or just to say hey (or drop in during my outreach hours). I can’t wait to hear from fellow students of color at USF to really understand what’s not working for us and to improve and support the things that help us thrive!

ASUSF International Student Representative

Irene Nguyen
B.S. Candidate | May 2021
Major: Finance & Marketing
Hometown: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Hey all, I'm Irene and I'm from Ho Chi Minh City. It is my honor to serve as the international student rep. Being an international student, I thoroughly understand the feeling of homesickness, loneliness, and culture shock when trying to adapt to a different culture. My desire is to use my experiences to help international freshman overcome the culture gaps and make USF feels like home to them. Also, I strive to help international students on campus to be more opened and involved.

ASUSF Gender and Sexual Diversity Student Representative

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ASUSF Transfer Student Representative

Jordan Davis
B.S. Candidate | May 2020
Major: Mathematics
Minor: Computer Science
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Pronouns: varies by day (please ask!) but usually xe/xir/xirs

I’m Jordan and I am so thrilled to be representing you as your Transfer Student representative this year! I made a big change in May 2017 when I decided to transfer from a huge community college in northern Maryland to the University of San Francisco. My favorite parts of living in the city are the cool weather and going to fifty/fifty, my favorite cafe for bubble tea. I am also involved in the Campus Activity Board, Prism (formerly Queer Alliance), and am the Treasurer of the Association for Women in Mathematics. My hobbies include reading comics, cooking, playing video games, listening to podcasts, and drawing.

ASUSF Student with Disabilities Representative

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