Ariana is a junior from Las Vegas, NV studying Economics. Outside of ASPC, she is involved in JBoard and works as a mentor for the Economics department. You can typically find her at the SCC grabbing a coffee from Café 47 or a late-night snack at the Coop Fountain. As VP of Finance, Ariana hopes to work on projects that support students and contribute to a more vibrant campus life while also maintaining the financial stability of ASPC. She plans to create a stronger connection between ASPC and 5C clubs and organizations by working with club leaders to accomplish their financial goals. Lastly, she hopes to bridge communication gaps between various groups on campus through transparency and open dialogue. She is always open to suggestions and loves to lend a helping hand, so feel free to reach out to her anytime.
Kristin is a senior math major from Broward County Florida. She’s also a coordinator for Draper’s sista2sista and PAYS. This year as your VPSA she wants to work on student issues, advancing admin and student relationships and start bringing/making our own traditions and values at Pomona.
Chae is a senior physics major who is restarting his pre-health track. As the ASPC VP of Academic Affairs, he is the chair of the Academic Affairs Committee (AAC) and serves as a student representative in various faculty committees. Chae aims to raise awareness about existing institutional resources and design new initiatives to address students' varying social capital and academic preparedness. Outside of ASPC, Chae is a Physics liaison, a lead facilitator for the student-led course "Peer Mentoring in STEM," an amateur pianist-composer, and a big foodie. He is more than willing to listen to your concerns about your academic success, so never hesitate to reach out to him. You can usually catch him at Estella or the Honnold-Mudd Library.
Emily is from Arlington, Virginia and is an International Relations Major and Chinese Minor. She is a senior captain on the Swim and Dive team and is very excited for the year ahead! She is planning a lot of cool and fun events at Athletic games and meets for all Pomona and Pitzer students to get involved in. She is also excited to work with the administration on improving the heat plan, improving mental health, and overall addressing students and athletes concerns on campus. She loves talking with people so as always feel free to reach out and say hi!
Timi is from South Florida majoring in Molecular Biology and Theater and is the Commissioner of Campus Events for ASPC. Goals of this year includes building social life on campus, creating traditions, and building a stronger 5C bond.
Yosi Mayoral is a Public Policy Analysis major with a concentration in Economics and a Spanish minor. She is a First-Generation and/or Low Income (FLI) Head Mentor, president of a 5C Latinx club (CSSA), and an intern for Claremont Mayor Jed Leano. As ASPC Commissioner of Equity and Inclusion, she wants to assess the degree of equity and inclusion experienced by students in departments and programs with the help of her committee and the rest of the study body.
Selene (also known as Eli) is a sophomore studying Environmental Analysis who grew up in Hong Kong and Carbondale, Colorado. As the Commissioner of Facilities and Environment, Selene hopes to increase sustainability and accessibility for the Pomona College community and campus, with particular focus on the college's commitment to net-zero emissions, long-term sustainability strategy, hygiene accessibility, and building accessibility. Outside of ASPC, Selene is a sponsor and likes to eat food and watch animal/nature videos. She also loves to climb, meet new people and have fun conversations, ski, be in the ocean water, and try new things! Feel free to reach out to Selene about anything and please say hello if you see her! They would love to get to know you <3
A Bay Area native, Betsy satisfies her curiosity by studying perception, design, and accessibility within the fields of Art and Cognitive Science. Outside of her major requirements, she fills her course schedule with Economics courses and HMC Engineering/Design courses and spends her time writing letters, baking something sweet, and reading food news. As a student with accommodations and a survivor of campus stalking and abuse, she is passionate about exploring what health and wellness means at Pomona college and hopes to support her peers by improving accessibility of campus resources.
Wiljeen is a Posse Scholar from Miami who majors in Molecular Biology. She has a passion for building community and has worked since freshman year as a mentor, tutor and sponsor of various engament activities on and off Pomonas Campus. As North Campus Representative she hopes to create welcoming spaces for students to be successful while advocating for their concerns and building community.
Nathan is thrilled to join ASPC as this year's South Campus Representative! Nathan is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, and is planning on majoring in Public Policy Analysis (PPA) with a psychology concentration. He loves working in the community and integrating activism in all spaces, especially spaces that need more inclusivity. On campus, Nathan has joined CLSA (Chicano/Latino Student Affairs), and QSN (Questbridge Scholar Network), as well as PCMT (Pomona College Mock Trial). He also hopes to join the CENTRO research lab and CSWA in the spring. As South Campus Representative, Nathan hopes to facilitate action-oriented projects such as resource hubs that allow for the rent and consumption of cleanliness products and essential menstrual and toiletry products, creating a more focused first-year orientation and strengthening worker-student relationships, just to name a few. In essence, Nathan is glad to be serving as South Campus Rep and is looking forward to promoting a healthier Cecil-based community!
Rohan Ahammed is a senior majoring in Economics and minoring in Politics. He calls New York City (Queens specifically, s/o to Nicki Minaj) home. As the Senior Class President this year, Rohan represents the interests of the Senior Class to Senate as well as planning amazing senior events for his class to bond in their last year here. Outside of being the Senior Class President, Rohan is a Head Tour Guide on-campus, works as an ITS Service Desk Supervisor, a researcher at the Lowe Institute at CMC, and a mentor for economics classes. When he is not working, he is probably listening to Rihanna or watching a romcom with his friends. Rohan hopes to make the last year of his class the best one, with an emphasis on reconnecting across the consortium, seniors making new connections with each other, and being prepared for post-graduation.
Zaid is a junior double-majoring in economics and media studies originally from Amman, Jordan. He is also a Resident Advisor in Oldenborg, and in his free-time enjoys hanging out with friends, meeting new people and playing his guitar. Through this position, Zaid hopes to connect the junior class through community-building fun events and aims to voice the concerns of his class, especially with the hopes of making up for what they lost to the pandemic. He is looking forward to working with ASPC and the junior class!
Devlin is from Bethesda, Maryland, where he was involved in local student government and educational politics, and at Pomona he is looking to major in English with minors in Spanish and Chicane/Latine Studies. He also serves as a Queer Resource Center mentor, a Judicial Council panelist, and as a Peer Educator in the Title IX office. He greatly looks forward to another year on ASPC advocating and planning events for his wonderful class.
Amy is from the Bay Area, where she was involved in local policy advocacy, and is looking to study the interdisciplinary applications of the social and physical sciences at Pomona. Her goals include easing his wonderful first-year class of 2026 with the transition to college, advocating for the interests of her classmates, as well as building intra- and inter-class connections. In her time outside of ASPC and class, you can find her playing (or trying to, at least) table tennis in the Blaisdell Lounge.
Ruth Metcalfe (she/her)
Board of Trustees Rep for Student Affairs Committee
Ruth Metcalfe is from Kennebunkport, Maine and is excited to be a representative to the Board of Trustees student affairs committee this year on ASPC. She loves being outside and thinking about the interactions between science and art and the social world, and is involved in a couple of organizations on campus. Ruthie is a campus advocate with the CARES office and a TA for oceanography, an intro geology class. She also works for the Benton Museum of Art doing Education Outreach programs with local schools. She is excited to get engaged with the student body to learn about what issues are most important and to bring those before the board to create effective change on campus for current and future generations of Pomona students. Already, she has been engaging in the issues students care most about, including supporting the claremont workers alliance and the need for better communication between all resource centers at the college so all students can get what they need to lead fulfilling lives on our campus. She hopes to lean more about the necessity for affinity group spaces, an especially important issue at the moment.
Katherine is a senior from Oakland double majoring in economics and politics. As a BOT rep, she wants to make Finance Committee decisions more transparent to students. Having been involved in Sagehen Capital Management, as well as having interned at multiple financial firms, Katherine can confidently navigate financial conversations with the Board. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email me!
Olivia Marble (she/her)
Board of Trustee Rep for Education Quality Committee
Olivia Marble is a third-year from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, serving as the Board of Trustees Representative for the Educational Quality Committee. She is a Public Policy Analysis and Sociology major with an Africana Studies minor. Outside of class, Olivia works for the Career Development Office as a peer advisor. She also is a digital content editor for the Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy and an OBSA mentor. Through her position, she is excited to get more involved in ASPC and to bring the perspective of the student body to the Board of Trustees!