Lark is a graduate student at CSU San Bernardino, where she is pursuing a Masters in Public Administration. She currently holds an MA from CSUSB in Social Science and Globalization and a BA from CSUSB in Public and Oral History. Her fields of study have centered around comparative genocide and how genocides are memorialized through public history.
Joseph is a graduate student and TA in the Mathematics department at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Joseph graduated from Sonoma State with degrees in Physics and Mathematics and is interested in using math and science to address issues such as climate change and economic and social inequality.
Maya is an MA student in English Literature and teaches First Year Composition at CSU Northridge. Her research focuses on critical theory and appropriative aesthetics/forms in leftist feminist poetry. Outside of academia she enjoys rock climbing, D&D, and too much coffee.
Vice President, District 1
Oliver is a graduate student at SF State studying Communication Studies. They hold a BA also from SFSU in Liberal Studies/Education, and their research focuses on critical theory and the trajectory of trans activist movements. As a TA, they have taught public speaking and co-taught Transgender Communication Studies. They also coach the SFSU debate team.
Vice President, District 2
Elizabeth is a Master's student at CSU Chico pursuing a degree in Biological Anthropology. She received a BA from Boston University in Archaeology and Anthropology. Her research interests include using stable isotope analysis to aid in humanitarian efforts. She currently works as a TA and enjoys cross stitching and playing ultimate frisbee in her free time.
Vice President, District 4
Peter is a doctoral student and TA in the department of Mathematics and Statistics at SDSU. He has previously completed BS and MS degrees in Mathematics at the University of Missouri - Kansas City. His research is in mathematical biology. Peter represents the College of Sciences.
Robert is a graduate student, TA, and GA in the Department of Biology at CSU Northridge. His thesis research uses genetic data to understand where black-bellied slender salamanders are found in Southern California. Robert received a BA from Harvard College with a concentration in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and a secondary in Economics. Robert's pandemic activities have included learning to ride a skateboard and trying new recipes.