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Executive Council

Purpose

The role of the Executive Council is to manage the internal and external affairs of ASBSU.  This includes anything from spending money to collaborating with university administrators to ensure that the student voice is a part of decisions at Boise State.

Meetings

Executive Council meetings for the 2019-2020 school year will be Friday mornings from 7:00-9:00am in the Fishbowl room in the Student Involvement and Leadership Center on the second floor of the SUB. If you would like to listen in on our decision-making processes, please feel free to stop by!

Kaleb Smith (He/Him/His)

ASBSU President 

Phone: 208-426-4240
Email: asbsupresident@boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursdays 1:00-3:00pm or by appointment

Highly determined and motivated to create a better student experience for all students at Boise State University, Kaleb is entering his fourth and final year as a two-term Student Body President. Also deeply involved with University Advancement, Kaleb sits at the head of Student IMPACT Board where he is currently working on creating a scholarship for students in need. As a fan of the outdoors, Kaleb loves to hike, camp, go on drives, and play soccer.

 

Mikayla Melchert (She/Her/Hers)

ASBSU Vice President

Phone: 208-818-9657
Email: mikaylamelchert@boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Tuesdays/Thursdays 2:00-4:00pm or by appointment

As a lover of all things Boise State, Mikayla is passionate about advocating for students’ education and creating a campus where all students feel welcome and at home. Mikayla is in her third and final year at Boise State, and in her free time she loves to be outside, or cuddle up on the couch with a good cup of joe. She is involved in the Panhellenic community in addition to ASBSU and spends her mornings and weekends working at Hyde Perk Coffee in the North End.

 

Executive Staff

 

Dehra McFaddan (She/Her/Hers)

Secretary of Academic Affairs

Phone: 208-426-4240
Email: dehramcfaddan@boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Mondays 4:30-6:00pm or by appointment

Dehra was raised in Meridian, Idaho and is a graduate student seeking a Master’s in Social Work. For most of her undergraduate years on Boise State’s campus, she has gotten really involved with activism, leading educational workshops, and trying to help improve campus life. One hobby of Dehra’s is attending rallies in the Boise community and learn about the needs and passions of others. This is how Dehra came to student council three years ago. Dehra has served on assembly for two years, been an Inclusive Excellence Student Council for one year, and is now a part of the Executive team. Dehra is aware that not everything is equitable for marginalized students in our community and wants to use the privileges she has for the greater good and represent and advocate on behalf of others. When she is not working or doing school work, she loves to be with friends and family, hiking, and spending as much time with animals as possible. She’s a lover of books, movies, and tv shows. If you see her on campus, feel free to say hello and tell her about what shows or song artists you are currently obsessed with. Dehra loves to meet new people and create safe places on campus for all identities to feel welcome.

 

Carolina Zamudio (She/Her/Hers)

Secretary of Student Organizational Affairs

Phone: 208-650-1219
Email: carolinazamudio@u.boisestate.edu
Office Hours: TBD

Carolina was born and raised in Burley, Idaho. She is majoring in International Business with a minor in Spanish Business. Carolina is a graduate and transfer student from The College of Southern Idaho. She describes herself as an extrovert with a passion for leadership. Carolina has been involved in leadership for four years. On her free time, she enjoys going on spontaneous adventures with her friends. She is very excited for the opportunity to serve on the Boise State Student Government for the academic year of 2019-2020.

 

Hannah Sturtevant (She/Her/Hers)

Chief of Staff

Phone: 208-914-5854
Email: hannahsturtevant@u.boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Tuesdays 2:00-5:00pm or by appointment

Hannah Sturtevant was born in Moscow and raised in Meridian, Idaho. She is pursuing a double major in Human Resource Management and Entrepreneurship with a minor in Nonprofit Management. She returned to Boise this summer after doing a service year with AmeriCorps NCCC in which she lived and served in eight states across the country. Hannah has been involved in the Student Funding Board, Bee Team, Financial Management Association, and Nonprofit Student Organization. Hannah enjoys working alongside like minded people who work hard to advocate on behalf of Boise State students. In her free time, you might find Hannah listening to music, reading, preparing law school applications, and walking her dog.

 

Morgan Brummund (She/Her/Hers)

Government Relations Officer/Student Lobbyist 

Phone: 916-532-7508
Email: morganbrummund@u.boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Mondays 10:00am-1:00pm or by appointment

Morgan was born and raised in the small town of Loomis, California. She is majoring in Environmental Studies, minoring in both Climate and Sustainability, and is a part of the Honors College. Morgan has been an on-campus employee since her freshman year, and is also involved with Boise State Sustainability and Relay for Life. When she isn’t studying or at work, she enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her dog. Morgan is passionate about Boise State and is excited to be advocating for students this year.

 

Reegan Jacobson (He/Him/His)

Ethics Officer

Phone: (817) 905-5539
Email: reeganjacobson@u.boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 10:00-12:00pm or by appointment

Reegan Jacobson was Born in Las Vegas, Nevada, but he calls Hayden, Idaho his home. He is in his third year of College majoring in Political Science and Philosophy. He transferred to Boise State during his sophomore year after receiving an Associates of Arts from North Idaho College. Reegan decided to join the Executive team as the Ethics officer due to his passion for making sure decisions on the Executive council are made ethically and in favor of all students. When he is not in class or in the ASBSU office, Reegan is out hiking, camping, or hanging out with friends. Feel free to contact him to set up a meeting if you ever have any concerns with ASBSU, or feel that you are not being represented enough! If you have    complaints and would like to purpose changes, please fill out this form.

 

Lydia Hernandez (She/Her/Hers)

Vice President of Inclusive Excellence

Phone: 208-426-4240
Email: lydiahernandez@u.boisestate.edu
Office Hours: TBD

Lydia Hernandez is the proud daughter of immigrant parents and she is in her third year at Boise State University. She is currently the Vice President of Inclusive Excellence. Lydia is majoring in Sociology and Sustainability. My interests include advocating and working alongside frontline communities, making food (while making sure it is sustainably sourced), and continuously learning how to keep my mind and body healthy through mindfulness.

 

 

Cambree Kanala (She/Her/Hers)

Communications Officer

Phone: 702-755-8488
Email: cambreekanala@u.boisestate.edu
Office Hours: Wednesdays 3:15-4:15pm or by appointment

Cambree Kanala was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada and is currently majoring in Criminal Justice. Cambree is very passionate about using open communication to better communities and facilitate beneficial discussions that create change. Cambree absolute loves Boise State and all it has to offer. If she is not working on her studies or participating in events with her sorority, you can find her at local Boise coffee shops or adventuring in the great outdoors. She also really enjoys taking photos of just about anything and spending time with her friends and roommates.

 

Need to meet with one of us? Email us! At asbsu@boisestate.edu