Aug 15, 2020
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Get to know your ASI candidates

Presidents 

Ruby V. Muñiz

My name is Ruby Muniz, majoring in Political Science and Communication. It has been an honor to serve my student body since my Freshman year.

 Throughout my time at Fresno State, I have sat on multiple committees, and twice as a Senator. Growing up in the Central Valley I’ve seen what happens when you make an investment in education. 

I worked hard growing up, and if it wasn’t for people investing in me I wouldn’t be where I am today. Together we can eliminate burdens to help strengthen students’ success. Individually we are all great, but together we are unstoppable.

Naila Estrada

My name is Naila Estrada and I am a 21-year-old Hispanic. I’m a huge nerd who loves school, but if I’m not there I’m either hanging out with family or friends.

 I love to play basketball and watch crime documentaries in my free time. I hope when the time comes that you vote for me, because I truly believe that I have your best interest at heart.

 I’m not doing this for the title, I’m doing this so I can empower and inspire you. You all deserve to have someone who can help you through your journey here at Fresno State!

Elizabeth Rocha Zuñiga

Bulldogs, I am Elizabeth Rocha Zuñiga, a first generation college student, a double major in Political Science and Chicano Studies and Presidential candidate.

Currently, I serve as the VP of External Affairs, representative to the California State Student Association, president of Phi Alpha Delta, IGNITE and an active member of other organizations. 

Continuing advocacy for affordability, accessibility, inclusivity, involvement and awareness of campus amenities are my priorities. ASI provides a voice for those who are underserved and a platform to amplify all concerns. Fresno State is a space to reach our full potential and I am dedicated to work diligently that both provide you with the means necessary to succeed. I would be honored to serve you, thank you.

Vice-Presidents

Finance

Nicholas L. Moore

My name is Nicholas Moore and I am running to be the next Vice President of Finance. 

During my time at Fresno State I’ve had the privilege of serving as the ASI Senator of Student Affairs and this along with my experience on the ASI Finance Committee make me the ideal candidate for this position. 

On the ASI Finance committee, I’ve worked alongside the current Vice President of Finance and have experienced what it takes to excel in that position. If elected I would be able to efficiently manage the ASI budget, the Finance Committee, and the ASI Financial Statements. 

External Affairs

Jose C. Aceves

Hey Bulldogs, my name is Jose-Carlos Aceves, I am a Political Science major, and this is my second year at Fresno State.  

I am a part of the Native American Student Association as well as a former member of the Barking Bulldogs debate team.  I am running for Vice President of External Affairs which is extremely important for representing you in the CSU. 

The number one priority for me is taking on the issues that matter to you all on campus, head on.  Don’t forget to vote through email March 24th! And please remember to stay safe, and check your emails!

Fidel Moreno-Meza

My name is Fidel Moreno-Meza, I am running to be your next Vice President of External Affairs.

 I am a third year and currently serve as the Senator of Athletics and Recreation. I am running because I would like to advocate for Fresno State Students at the local, state, and federal levels. 

I plan to work alongside you, the CSU system and campus administration to ensure that Fresno State is accessible and affordable for all students. I plan to work with all students regardless of status, interests, and points of view and serve as your voice.

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