SUA Representatives

Introduction

The Student Union Assembly (SUA) is comprised of representatives from a variety of constituents across our shared campus.  In order to ensure that representatives are easily accessible to their constituent body, the names, e-mails, and office hour information for each representative is provided below.  If you have any questions or would like additional information, please feel free to reach out to the SUA Parliamentarian at suaparli@ucsc.edu

Current Representatives of the SUA

Last Updated: November 18th, 2022

College Elected Representatives

Each college elects one (1) representative during the previous year's Spring elections. In cases where an elected representative vacates their position during the academic year, that college's recognized student government appoints a representative.  

Table of College Elected Representative information.
College Representative E-Mail Office Hours Teleconference Link Teleconference Passcode
Cowell Mackenzi Rauls
Stevenson Ciara McDavis
Crown Rowena Bush
Merrill Vacant
Porter Lissa Retamoza
Kresge Brent Insua
Oakes Jose Marquez Cuevas
Rachel Carson Chris Mathura
College Nine Michelle Li
John R. Lewis Antoine Hadad

College Appointed Representatives

Each college student government appoints one representatives to represent their spaces during the academic year.  

Table of College Appointed Representative information.
College Representative E-Mail Office Hours Teleconference Link Teleconference Passcode
Cowell Kavi Rajalingam
Stevenson Akira Swan
Crown Daniel Halpern-DeVries
Merrill Mel Fabian
Porter Justin Jang
Kresge Julia Hernandez
Oakes Joshua Barsky
Rachel Carson Leo Capuano
College Nine Milan Wilkerson
John R. Lewis Jesus Membrillo Ortiz

Student Organization Representatives

There are a total of ten (10) seats reserved for student organizations on our campus.  Five of these seats are reserved for the Big Five student organizations which are comprised of:

  • Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance (APISA)
  • Student Coalition for Gender, Sex, and Sexuality (Prism)
  • Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán (MEChA)
  • Student Alliance of North American Indians (SANAI)

In addition to the Big Five, there are five additional seats that student organizations may apply for during the Spring quarter.  

Table of Organization Representative information.
Organization Representative E-Mail Office Hours Teleconference Link Teleconference Passcode
Black Student Union Vacant
Asian Pacific Islander Student Alliance Vacant
Student Coalition for Gender, Sex, and Sexuality Vacant
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán Vacant
Student Alliance of North American Indians Vacant
Muslim Student Association Vacant
Slug Model United Nations Vacant 
Student-Parent Organization Erika Jackson
Jewish Student Union Louis Adler 
Freethinkers Society Colm Fitzgerald

Attendance:

Fall Attendance Roster 

Winter Attendance Roster

Spring Attendance Roster