Rebecca Sterling served as ASUCD President during the 2012-2013 school year. She was elected during the Winter 2012 ASUCD Election after completing a term as an ASUCD Senator. She was previously elected as a Senator in the Fall 2010 ASUCD Election running on the BOLD slate.
She is also an International Relations and Psychology Double Major, a member of the TriDelt sorority, and formerly served as its delegate to Panhellenic. She is now the VP of Membership. She was the Student Police Relations Chair, and served on the Justice Reynoso Task Force, reviewing the investigation findings of the November 18, 2011 incident and establishing recommendations for Chancellor Katehi and UC President Yudof.
She is often regarded as the best President in the History of ASUCD. She is known for her humility and her role in empowering others to be involved on campus.
Hey UC Davis! We are Rebecca Sterling and Yena Bae, and we are running to be your next ASUCD President and Vice President. Rebecca is a former ASUCD Senator, currently the Student Police Relations Chair, and serves on the Justice Reynoso Task Force, and a member of Tridelt. Yena is currently an ASUCD Senator, serves on the Chancellor's 2020 Initiative Enrollment Committee, and works at the CoHo.
Our message is simple: student needs are not being met or heard; in order to change this we need to come together as a united student body. We deserve a student government that is prepared to represent us and bring innovative ways to move forward improving student life. We have direct plans to make UC Davis the premier campus for student advocacy, sustain excellence in our services for students, reestablish the Davis community, and create a fun and vibrant environment on campus.
We are here to campaign with you, so Aggies, let’s get together and do work.
STUDENTS IN MRAK
This is the time for us to make sure students’ voices are on the table guiding administration. In collaboration with University Affairs, we will assure student representation in every administrative advisory committee.
FLOOD THE CAPITOL
There is no reason why UCD shouldn’t be California’s premier spot for student advocacy. We commit to transporting students to and from their legislators’ offices, because as constituents we must be heard. As your student body representatives, we will dedicate ourselves to being in the capitol two days a week, every week, lobbying state legislators in favor of higher public education until California’s budget is passed.
As your representatives, we will make sure students are not left out of discussions of city policy. We will not stand for Picnic Day to be threatened. We will not sit back and watch a Minor Alcohol Preclusion Ordinance pushed forward. We will advocate to reform the city’s noise ordinance, renter’s rights, and increase Aggie Pride throughout downtown.
IMPROVE OUR UNITS
WITH CASHLESS TIPSY TAXI- Forget your money at home? We'll make sure you can use your Visa/MasterCard/etc. to get home safely with Tipsy Taxi.
BY MARKETING- We will establish collaboration among units to directly market our services more effectively. Progressive objectives will include a system wide ASUCD Mobile App, Unitrans ads, and inter-unit advertising.
BY FINANCIAL CONSULTING- We will systematize greater and more objectively informed financial knowledge for our student representatives who manage the unit’s budgets, and unit directors who operate them.
LIVE MUSIC ON CAMPUS
When our city keeps targeting night life, let's bring campus alive! We will provide students a place on campus to listen to local live music, relax, have fun and get together as Aggies.
Being a student is expensive; it’s hard to cook meals on a college budget and daily schedule. We will engage students with the broader community of Davis by pairing students with families to be ‘adopted’ for home cooked dinners.
By creating this job, the Field Director will bring ASUCD’s mission of true student representation back to campus. This will mobilize the student body to form a unified front to face our collective challenges of constant fee hikes and unreceptive legislators and regents.
We are excited for another opportunity to serve our student body. This campaign is for you, so please let us know how we could better serve you. firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com - feel free to get in touch with us!
|Beatriz Anguiano||Dylan Schaefer|
|Norman Borgonia||Paul Min|
|Desun Oka||Bradley Bottoms|
|Jaki Joanino||Kabir Kapur|
|Marcus King||Jonathan Soo Hoo|
|Chucha Marquez||Don Gilbert|
|Independent||Bree Rombi & Amy Martin|
|Independent||Rebecca Sterling & Yena Bae|
|Bolded entries indicate victors|
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