Shuyan is a junior from Hangzhou, China, studying Computer Science and Economics. She enjoys practicing film photography, cooking, and baking in her off-campus apartment during her free time. On campus, she works as the Chinese language partner, CS and Econ mentors. She is also actively involved in ISMP and Claremont Chinese Theatre Group. As the chief of staff this year, she hopes to lead and support projects that improve the overall wellness of the student body and bridge the gap between students and campus admin. She also hopes to increase international students' visibility and voice within ASPC.
Deanna is a Senior studying Economics and Politics from Shoreline, Washington but she will tell everyone she's from Seattle. In her time at Pomona, she has been involved in the Economics Department as a mentor, researcher, and liaison, the Admissions Department as an intern and tour guide, and the Politics Department as a research assistant. In her time where she's not in meetings or class, you can usually find Deanna in the SCC living room doing work or scouting out rooms in Carnegie to study in. She was the previous Junior Class President. This year, as Director of Operations, Deanna wants to allow students the opportunity to share their voices, facilitate more cohesive systems on campus, and collaborate with the other 5Cs to consolidate resources.
Kenya is a senior from the Bay Area majoring in Public Policy Analysis. Outside of ASPC she is a member of Pomona College Mock Trial and is interested in working in communications and politics. In her free time she enjoys hiking, playing bass, and learning new recipes.
Saatvik is a junior from Mumbai, India studying Computer Science and Mathematics. He is passionate about software and building features that are resourceful, inclusive, and accessible to students of the 7Cs. Outside school, Saatvik spends his time climbing and trekking. He would love to hear your thoughts on the website so please do not hesitate to reach out to him!
Grace is a first-year student hailing from hot and humid Hong Kong. Though she is still navigating the ins and outs of college life, she is looking to major in something interdisciplinary across the social sciences and potentially going on a pre-law track. On campus, you can always find her busy with some type of arts and crafts or trying out all the different varieties of desserts on offer. As the ASPC Secretary, she looks forward to supporting the ASPC’s operations and contributing to the betterment of student life for everyone here at Pomona. She is also involved with the Judicial Council and the AAMP; if you see her running around campus, don’t hesitate to say hello!
Bianca McNeely is a sophomore who will not decide what she is majoring in till she is forced to make a decision come Spring 2023. She hails from Middleburg, Virginia, but she tells everyone she's from Washington, D.C. In addition to ASPC, she serves on the Academic Procedure Committee and the Academic Affairs Committee and works for the Romance and Asian Languages departments in Mason Hall. In her free time, she likes to listen to legal podcasts while thinking about the books she plans to - but never will - read. Bianca sees ASPC elections as an opportunity to amplify students' voices and concerns and hopes as Elections Commissioner, she can make that process easier. Goals for the year include streamlining election information for candidates, updating the Elections Code, and increasing voter turnout. Please feel free to reach to her with any and all questions and suggestions at email@example.com!
Lexi is a first-year from Milford, Iowa, where she was involved with everything from policy to the performing arts! Outside of ASPC, she sings in the Pomona College Choir, serves as a panelist on JBoard, and competes on Pomona's Mock Trial team. When she isn't biking around campus on her Green Bike, she can be found in Cafe 47 with a matcha latte listening to Lizzy McAlpine. Lexi is excited to serve as Senate Aide, and she and hopes to take on projects centered around consolidating useful resources and building community!