Ariana is a senior and economics major from Las Vegas, NV. As Chief of Staff, she enjoys coordinating programs and leading staff projects that improve campus life, such as rides to and from local airports, giveaways, and more. Outside of ASPC, she is involved in JBoard and works as a mentor for the economics department.
Grace is a sophomore majoring in politics and economics. Having split her life across Shanghai, Australia, and Hong Kong, she considers all three her home. Outside of ASPC, she is involved with JBoard, Mock Trial, and the Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy (yes, she is intending on going to law school after graduation!). As the Director of Operations, she looks forward to continuing initiatives like the ride share program, but also expanding on the resource guide and organising more events with the rest of the ASPC staff team.
Sophy is a sophomore from Aruba, double majoring in computer science and media studies. She’s interested in the creation and social impact of technology. She enjoys making digital artwork, watching movies, reading, and going to amusement parks in her free time. When she’s not in class, you’ll likely find her studying in Estella or figuring out which dining hall has the best brownie. On campus, she is an international student mentor and member of the Pomona Events Committee. This year, as Director of Public Relations, Sophy wants to increase awareness of ASPC as an organization and its initiatives, hoping to make ASPC more accessible to students.
Lexi Duffy is a sophomore trekking all the way from Milford, Iowa to major in Public Policy Analysis with a concentration in Politics. When she's not tabling for ASPC elections, Lexi can be found competing with Pomona's Mock Trial team, serving on JBoard, tour guiding for the admissions office, doing research for the Academic Affairs Committee, working as an RA for Mudd-Blaisdell, and speed-walking around campus. As elections commissioner, she's excited to modernize the elections code, clarify campaign rules, and increase voter turnout through tabling. Don't hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, concerns, or to say hi!
Liam Bayer is a freshman from Folsom, California, studying Computer Science and International Relations. Often he's in some corner of the Oldenborg Center practicing Chinese and Spanish. You can also catch him running around campus, playing board games past 10pm, or tutoring high schoolers at Harvey Mudd. Liam joined the Senate Staff to be involved in events and help resolve issues across campus.