ASI Student Government

Meet Your Representatives on the ASI Board of Directors


The official voice of Cal Poly students is represented by student-elected representatives from each academic college, who serve on the Board of Directors. Their responsibilities range from overseeing Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) corporate activity and advocating for students’ interests. 

College of Agriculture and Environmental Design (CAED) 

Aaron Posternack, a third-year city and regional planning student, leads initiatives within planning, transportation, and mental health advocacy. Outside of his position on the Board of Directors, Aaron is involved in the Cal Poly Urbanists and Associated Students in Planning Club. He also has learned every NHL goal horn! 

College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) 

David Lopez, a third-year agriculture science student, has centered his term around diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as recruitment and elections. His efforts extend to raising awareness of resources within CAFES clubs, while volunteering in the Latinos in Agriculture and Environmental Science Club. David has spent the rest of his free time visiting 36 states. 

Marc Cabeliza is a second-year bioresource and agricultural engineering student who prioritizes student engagement and the preservation of Cal Poly’s agricultural land. Along with the Board of Directors, the Agriculture Engineering Society fills Marc’s time at Cal Poly. Marc brings a unique perspective to his role because of his roots in the Philippines and Santa Maria.  

Rachel Reade is a third-year agriculture communications student. Since being a part of Student Government, Rachel strives to represent her college and wants to give a voice to all the students in it. With the expansion of Cal Poly, Rachel is focused on keeping the agricultural land preserved. Recently, Rachel has enjoyed participating in the Western Bonanza Junior Livestock Show reiterating her love for CAFES. 

Reagan Denny, a second-year bioresource and agricultural engineering student, focuses on voter registration, government relations, and protecting agricultural land. Outside of the Board of Directors, Reagan’s involvement in the Agriculture Engineering Society and her family’s rice business showcases her commitment to CAFES.  

College of Engineering (CENG) 

Varun Sameer Menon is a fourth-year materials engineering student. Varun addresses campus-wide issues and advocates for accessibility to resources. Varun’s experiences, like sliding down a mountain on a water bottle, are a direct correlation to his unique approach to problem-solving.  

Ethan Robin, a third-year computer engineering student, prioritizes diversity, equity, and inclusion and community needs within the college. His involvement in robotics, Innovation Sandbox, and Polyphonic Choir showcases his diverse interests.  

Ava Marino, a second-year biomedical engineering student, is a part of the Empower Club and a Martial Arts teacher. With diversity, equity, and inclusion at the forefront of her agenda, Ava also focuses on mental health awareness, student engagement, and project funding.  

Sujanya Srinath, a fourth-year computer science student and Vice President of the ASI Board of Directors, leads initiatives on budgeting, student outreach, and study spaces within CENG. Her dedication to improving resources and creating an inclusive environment is evident through her involvement in the Society of Women Engineers and Cal Poly Andaaz.  

College of Liberal Arts (CLA) 

Maya Mcclain is a third-year political science major. Maya prioritizes making club funding improvements and creating a more approachable system to support student activities. In Maya’s free time, she loves to participate in the Orchesis Dance Company, is involved in Cal Poly Theatre and Dance, and loves to eat loads of pickles!  

Alyson Engel, a second-year political science student, focuses on voter registration, civic engagement, and career readiness since becoming the CLA representative. The Political Science Club and PPGA are where Alyson spends her free time emphasizing her commitment to CLA. Alyson has a strong foundation because she has never broken a bone. 

Bailey College of Science and Mathematics (BCSM) 

Jett Palmer, a second-year statistics major, advocates for student well-being and educational quality within the BCSM. His involvement in the statistics club and passion for sign language showcase his diverse interests.  

Joe Fewel, a second-year biology student, prioritizes academic affairs and student services within BCSM. Through his involvement in the BCSM Council and commitment to student wellness, Joe brings a new approach to his role. Joe also happens to be a triplet!  

Evelyn Jaminet, a second-year representative, focuses on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives and research in the BCSM. Her dedication to biochemistry research and love for skiing add some more knowledge for her to utilize. 

Orfalea College of Business (OCOB) 

Chloe Fiske, a fourth-year business administration student, prioritizes campus health and wellbeing along with diversity, equity, and inclusion. Chloe participates in the Women in Business Club and has traveled to Brazil to learn more about supply chain management. 

Alexis Kong is a second-year business administration student.  Alexis focuses on enhancing the Student Government’s image and strengthening connections with students through social media. She’s also increased the relationship between ASI and OCOB, causing increased engagement. Impressively, she’s skilled in crafting balloon animals. 

Zachary Van Blarcom, a fourth-year business administration student, addresses student engagement and campus culture. Zachary loves utilizing campus facilities and has shaped his own surfboard in the craft center.  

Ashleigh Spragins, a second-year business administration student, prioritizes optimizing student fees to benefit student life. Recently, she advocated for funding Mustang Shuttle night hours, enhancing safety. Participating in the Quantitative Analysis Club, her past education in the Manufacturing Engineering major, and her experience with student engagement on social media are where she found some diverse skills to use in her role.  

Learn more or contact the ASI Board of Directors today! 

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