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    The President's Cabinet includes 5 supporting staff members that are appointed by the President. 

    Alex Warrick

    Media and Graphic Designer
    PUB 303
    Phone: 509.359.2516
    Fax: 509.359.2516
    Email: asewumediarel@ewu.edu

    Alex Warrick is a Criminal Justice major whose passion for design landed him his current position within the ASEWU. Being an active student throughout his collegiate career, Alex has also involved himself with Housing and Residential Life as a CA, Easterns own police department as a Police Cadet, President of his fraternity Beta Theta Pi, and the University Recreation as a fitness instructor. Alex promises to bring his commitment and talents to the student body as a Graphic and Media Designer for the 2013-2014 academic year.

    Media & Communications History:

    Samuel Adams

    Director of Elections
    PUB 303
    Phone: 509.359.2516
    Fax: 509.359.2516
    Email: asewuelections@ewu.edu

    Samuel Adams is a senior majoring in Biology pre-med, with minors in Physics, Chemistry, and Health Sciences. He is very excited to be working with the ASEWU team and foresees a lot of progress this year. Looking forward, Samuel hopes to improve the voter education process and increase the awareness of ASEWU accomplishments through Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters. Other goals Samuel is passionate about accomplishing, are increasing the library hours for the JFK library, and encouraging academic pride throughout the university. 

    Committees Involved With:

    Chair: Election Board

    Student Health Advisory Committee

    Director of Elections History:

    Linet Molinero

    Council Clerk
    509.359.2512
    Phone: 509.359.4737
    Email: asewucouncilclerk@ewu.edu


    Linet Molinero is currently a junior at EWU. She is double majoring in Social Work and Spanish with a minor in Chicano/Latino Studies. As a student, she is highly involved with many activites and organizations on campus. Because of her previous experiences on campus, Linet believes she will be a great asset to the ASEWU. This opportunity will allow her to build relationships with people from various demograhpics and organizations. Linet's main goal as Council Clerk for this year will be to establish a strong communication with all ASEWU members and be more involved with issues involving the student body as well as the university.

    Committees Involved with:

    Not available at this time.

    Council Clerk History:

    E. B. Vodde

    Legislative Liaison
    PUB 303
    Phone: (509) 359-2516
    Fax: (509) 359-2516
    Email: asewulegliaison@ewu.edu

    E.B. Vodde is a graduate student in the Public Administration program. He earned his undergraduate last year from EWU, majoring in Government with a minor in Philosophy. A non-traditional student, he started pursing a bachelor's degree from Depauw University in 1995 before taking more than a few years off to travel across the United States, working as a records manager, salesman, entrepreneur, and in the field of legal support. With a passion for policy, he hopes, as the ASEWU's Legislative Liaison, to promote student involvement in the legislative process, and to advocate for the desires of the students of Eastern Washington; especially as it relates to funding and preparation for what await Eagles after they graduate.

    Legislative Liaison History:

    Markus Hammond

    Public Relations Specialist
    PUB 303
    Phone: 509.359.2516
    Fax: 509.359.2516
    Email: asewupublicrelations@ewu.edu

    Mr. Hammond is a senior at EWU majoring in Business Administration, specializing in Professional Accounting, with minors in Music and Economics. After serving previously with student government, he is extremely excited to return for his final year at EWU and serve the student body. His main focus this year will be reaching out to the student population, and working to create a unified student voice that can be contacted at any point in time. With the modern world revolving around an increased pace and speed, it is imperative to have quick and effective communication. Even though it is cliche, Hammond's priority is to help each EWU student start something that they never imagined possible. Go Eagles! 

    Public Relations Specialist History:

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