As the elected student government of Sacramento State,
the ASI Board of Directors includes five Executive Officers,
a representative from each College, a representative for
Undeclared Students, and a representative for Graduate Students.
The University President or designee and University Chief
Financial Officer or designee also serve as directors on the ASI
Elected members of the Board serve a term of one academic year
contingent on their ability to meet and maintain all eligibility
criteria to hold office.
An appointee of the University Faculty Senate, the ASI
Executive Director, the ASI Director of Finance & Administration,
The California State Student Association Liaison, a
student representative from Residence Hall Association, and a
member of the Transfer Student Organization serve as advisors to
the ASI Board.
College students today regularly struggle to get their basic
needs met, and CSU students are no exception. At the start of
this academic year, the ASI Board of Directors identified hosting
a Basic Needs Forum as a strategic priority that we felt would
help inform students what is being done by their local and state
elected officials, and give them the chance to engage in the
discussion. Planning had begun for the event and invitations had
been sent out when the COVID-19 crisis forced the CSU system to
cancel on campus events and shift instruction to online in March.
Associated Students, Inc. Sacramento State(ASI) president
Christian Miguel Landaverde and ASI executive vice president
Jennifer Gross have resigned their positions for personal reasons
Landaverde and Gross were elected by the student body in Spring
2019 to serve as ASI President and Executive Vice President for
the 2019-2020 academic year. Vice President of Finance Denisse
Garcia will serve as ASI president for the remainder of the term
and Donna Walters, current vice-chair of the Board, will serve as
interim executive vice president.