WWCC ASB Officers 2015-2016
(L to R – Mari Luengas, Jeff Schwarz, Ross Lake, Kelsie Seitz, Makenzie Sheets)
Executive Assistants help the WWCC ASB Officers and ASB Advisors with various student activity related tasks and events all year. It’s a great way to get involved with your student government! Stop by the Student Activity Center to pick up an application!
President – Ross Lake
Hello! My name is Ross Lake and I am your ASB president for the 20154-2016 school year here at WWCC. I am from right here in Walla Walla where I graduated from WA-HI in 2014. I played basketball all four years and was involved with FFA as well. I chose CC because of the awesome variety of programs it offers and because it’s #1! (Obviously) Here I will be working on a transfer degree in international business for the rest of this year and then moving on to a four year university. I am thrilled about the opportunity to serve the student body and looking forward to a productive year. Hope everyone feels at home here at WWCC and has a great year! Go Warriors!
Executive Vice President- Jeff Schwarz
Hi, my name is Jeff. I was born and raised in the small town of Waitsburg, Washington. The two biggest parts of my life are family and faith, I can’t get enough of either I ran for ASB executive Vice President so that I could spend the next year helping students and improving the college experience here at WWCC.
Business Vice President – Kelsie Seitz
Hi, my name is Kelsie Seitz, and I am from Nezperce, Idaho. I will be this year’s Business Vice President. I came to Walla Walla Community College to get a transfer degree with which I hope to take with me to a four-year college like the University of Idaho. My career goal is to someday become a physical therapist. I love getting to know other students on campus, so if you see me around don’t be afraid to stop and talk to me or ask me questions.
Activities Vice President – Makenzie Sheets
Hi! My name is Makenzie, and I am your new Activities Vice-President. I was born and raised in Milton-Freewater, Oregon. I plan on transferring to Oregon State University next fall and getting a degree in Psychology. I would love to hear from our students on what kinds of activities we should have, so feel free to stop by my office with suggestions!
Media and Technology Vice President – Mari Luengas
Hello, My name is Marisol Luengas, I am the current Media and Technology Vice President. I was born and raised in Walla Walla Washington. My major is speech therapy and after graduating WWCC, I plan to transfer to a 4-year University. I am very thrilled to be the vice president, and if there is anything I can do to help don’t hesitate to come see me. Go Warriors!