By: Kelsey Wagner |staff writer|
Current ASI (Associated Student Incorporated) Executive Vice President, Kandyce Hall, is running for her position again next year.
“My main mission in ASI [is to] make more people aware of what ASI is, what we offer, and get more people involved,” said Hall.
Hall oversees and appoints all student representatives of ASI to university campus-wide committees.
She also chairs the ASI personnel committee and appoints, with a majority approval vote of the ASI Board of Directors, all student representatives to the ASI Personnel Committee, according to the ASI Bylaws
“Being involved,[and making] a connection to the school [retains] students[…] at the university,” Hall said.
Hall has served in ASI for a total of three years.
She has been the ASI executive vice president for one year and served on the ASI Club Allocation Budget Committee (CAB) for two years.
Hall said, “I am one of the most dedicated people; I have seen people not come to [ASI] meetings because of class […] I have the dedication not to do that.”
As current executive vice president, Hall has seen some problems in the system that she plans to tackle next year if re-elected.
Hall believes that the biggest struggle is getting students involved, especially graduate students.
“I am an includer. I include as many people in ASI as possible,” said Hall.
With ASI elections held later this week, Hall encourages the student body to vote.