About Me: My name is Kevin Asiain. I am currently at Raritan Valley Community College majoring in Communications and Theater. I am a first generation college student of Mexican and Arabic decent. I am an active student leader on campus, Vice-President of Orgullo Latino Club for the '17-'18 term, Co-Chairman of the Game Room Improvement Association, Liaison of the RVCC Theater Department.. Outside of school I practice various sports recreationally, including soccer, basketball, tennis, pool and table tennis. I also enjoy singing, dancing, and performing in theatrical productions. Once I finalize my academic preparation, I would like to move to the city and pursue a career in media production.
Priority for This Year: My priority for this year is to work closely with students faculty and staff to improve the higher education experience for all who attend RVCC and those who will attending in the future.
What I Want to Accomplish: I want to successfully promote network building revolving around community, diversity, inclusion and respect, to enhance the development of campus life.
What I Want to Leave Behind: I wish to leave behind a generation of inspired and motivated students that will continue to strive to be the people's voice and will pursue the improvement of the institution with everyone's best interest in mind.
Born and raised in Ecuador, I’m an Honors College student involved throughout campus in a variety of organizations. Majoring in Business Administration, I’m passionate about community service, music, and literature.
Priority for This Year: Improving students’ college experience at Raritan even further through actions towards making college more affordable (scholarship opportunities, food banks, etc.), promoting events that are fun and raise awareness about important matters to reach out to bigger audiences, and not only addressing but acting on concerns students are having.
What I Want to Accomplish: A stronger sense of unity within Raritan, which contributes to the individual success of each student.
What I Want to Leave Behind: A legacy based on the philosophy of acting over promising that is continued by the SGA after us.
About Me: My name is Zoya Mobeen, the newly elected SGA Vice President of Information and Media. I am the first female of my family to attend college in hopes to get into a medical school. I believe I am a person you can talk to.
Priority for This Year: I hope to become the voice of the students and to express the importance of student involvement through media.
What I Want to Accomplish:
What I Want to Leave Behind: The legacy I want to leave behind is of a very successful and diverse SGA team who worked very hard academically and socially to have a positive impact on the lives of the students of Raritan Valley Community College.
About Me: Hi! My name is Debra Gibson! I am the 2018-19 Student Life Activities & Planning (SLAP) Board President and was previously the VP of Outreach for SLAP last year. I am full- time student and part-time worker at a gift shop. I enjoy brainstorming and exploring different event ideas for our RVCC campus. Also, when I'm not studying on campus or am at work, I'm usually either reading, cuddling with my cat, serving at church, or writing!
Priority for This Year: My priority for this year is expand our organization and make it better known to our campus community. I want students to know that they can change their campus environment through joining our program board as well as learning the much needed leadership qualities for their futures.
What I Want to Accomplish: This year I would like to expand SLAP and add music related events to our campus.
What I Want to Leave Behind: I want to leave behind an awesome event that promotes unity on campus among our diverse campus community. Additionally, I want this year, of our 50th anniversary, to be one that is memorable and one that stands out!