The fourth and final intern: Jp Dobles! Jp is a freshman, lives in the Greek community, and is the current EAC marketing intern. He will be a great addition to our team with his excitement and creativity.
And some more information about Jp:
Hometown: Washougal, WA
What are you most excited to accomplish this year?: Getting involved with ASUW, creating an engaging atmosphere for the elections, and working with my fellow interns.
Ideal vacation? The Maldives Islands in the Indian Ocean
If you had to move to another country tomorrow, where would you go? England because those accents are to die for.
Favorite restaurant on the Ave? Any place that has sushi.
If you could be an animal, which would you choose, and why? A pug because they’re really cute.
EAC welcomes Hannah Newton, our new Volunteer & Outreach Intern! Hannah participated in the committee last year, which gave her great ideas for engaging more students in the elections process this year. We are excited to have her on the team!
Here is a little more about Hannah:
Hometown: Washington, DC
If you had to move to another country tomorrow, where would you go: I would move to the United Arab Emirates, specifically Dubai or Abu Dhabi.
Dream Job: A dermatologist or an orthodontist.
Favorite restaurant on the Ave?: I love chipotle and wish there were more locations on the Ave.
One thing you wish you could bring back from the 90′s?: HitClips!
What you are most excited to accomplish this year?: I’m excited to meet the new committee members in the winter and hopefully get more involvement and outreach for EAC!
EAC is excited to introduce our new Programming Intern! Rianne Peterson was on the committee last year and is excited use her experience to improve our programming events.
Here is a little more information about Rianne:
Hometown: Kirkland, Wa
Major: Biology/ Pre-med
Dream Job: Pediatrician in the ICU
If she could be any animal: Mountain goat because they get to climb all over rocks and mountains all day long.
What she is most excited to accomplish: to plan and implement fun and engaging events for this year’s elections!
EAC welcomes our Election-day Operations Intern! We are very excited to have Ana Sabarots on the team this year. She is currently a freshman and very passionate about getting involved with the Association.
Here is a little more information about Ana:
Hometown: Buenos Aires, Argentina / Portland, OR
Major: Communication & Musical Theatre
Dream job: VP of Global Communications at a big corporation
Ideal vacation: Europe sightseeing with my family!
What she is most excited to accomplish: Smooth running of elections, with a great theme. And an increase in voter turnout!!
Do you want to become more involved in ASUW?
Election Administration Committee (EAC) Intern Applications are out! I hope you all choose to apply. It is a great opportunity to meet a variety of students on campus, encourage civic engagement, and gain leadership skills.
For position details and to fill out the application go to volunteer.asuw.org. Deadline is Oct. 19th at 11:45pm. If you have any questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by my office 121F.
Hey everyone! My name is Liz Price and I am the Elections Administration Committee (EAC) Chair for the upcoming year.
I am currently a sophomore, studying to be in the Political Science major. My office is in 121F, if you have any questions about the elections process, becoming a candidate, or volunteering on the committee please do not hesitate to stop by.
I am very excited to be planning EAC programs and reaching out to students on campus. I hope you decide to apply to be an intern for EAC, or to join the committee! I would love for you to participate in the elections process and to help promote civic engagement here on campus.
Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Board of Directors:
President – Christina Xiao
Vice President – Jack Bernatovicz
Policy & Procedures – Amber Amin
University Affairs – Hailey Badger
Diversity Efforts – Varsha Govindaraju
Programming – Emmeline Vu
Service & Partnerships – Kainen Bell
Community Relations – Tyler Wu
Voting is now open! Polls are open until Wednesday, May 14 at 11:45 PM! All UW undergraduate and graduate students can vote here: tinyurl.com/asuwvote2014.
To learn more about the candidates checkout a copy of the Voter’s Guide!
The Elections Administration Committee will have Election Information Tables at the following locations this week -
- Red Square [9AM - 4PM]
- The Quad [9AM - 4PM]
- The Husky Union Building [9AM - 4PM]
- 17th & 45th [9AM - 4PM]
- The 8 in McMahon Hall [4PM - 7PM]
- Local Point in Lander Hall [4PM - 7PM]
Looking to know more about this year’s candidates for the ASUW Board of Director? Just click on the Candidates tab above and you can read the platforms of every candidate! You can also hear more of them at these events coming this week:
- OMA&D Student Advisory Board Forum (5/5) at 4:00 PM in the ECC Unity Room
- ASUW Presidential Debate (5/7) at 7:00 PM on HUB Street
- The Daily Forum (5/9) at 5:30 PM in Gowen 301
Learn more about the candidates and the tickets they run on at their websites below:
IgniteUW - http://igniteuw.com/
The Husky Vision - http://www.thehuskyvision.org/
ASUW Elections are off to a great start! If you have not had time to attend of the forums, there are still plenty of opportunities to hear from the candidates about their platforms and ideas for the coming year. This weeks events are:
- ASUW Student Senate Forum (4/29) in Paccar 192 at 5:00 PM
- Young Democrats & College Republicans (5/1) in Gowen 301 at 6:00 PM