Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance (APISA)

APISA's representative is Arleah Aguilar (arcaguil@ucsc.edu

Arleah Aguilar

My name is Arleah Aguilar and I am one the Filipino Student Association (FSA) co-chair for the ’16-’17 academic year and the appointed FSA representative for the Student Union Assembly (SUA). My pronouns are she/her/hers. I enjoy taking naps, eating ice cream, quotes and metaphors, and DIY crafts, but most importantly I love to give back to the communities and spaces that have impacted my life. Aside from being FSA co-chair, I am one of the Alumni Engagement interns for UC Santa Cruz, I am a charter class member of new female fraternity on campus – Kappa Alpha Theta – and I am one of the co-founders and Executive Directors of the Happy Cart Project at UC Santa Cruz. Servant leadership is what I strive for as a leader and member within all my organizations. Feel free to reach out to me if you want to collaborate on events or for more information on FSA by emailing fsa.cochairs@gmail.com. Thank you! With love and respect, Arleah! 


UCSC's Asian and Pacific Islander Student Alliance (APISA) is a registered organization that emphasizes unity and empowerment through awareness of the diverse communities on campus. APISA serves as a cultural resource for a diverse community of students, fostering an open forum based on mutual respect and understanding. APISA also has an outreach program called Motivation Conference, which is currently in its 15th year.