College of Engineering

Class of 2023

Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela

"If I get elected, the first issue I will tackle will be the unequal representation of the student body demographics school wide.

I am running for Student Senate to properly represent the will of all engineering students regardless of their background.

My favorite thing about Texas A&M is its history and traditions. From Silvertaps and Muster to Midnight Yell and the 12th Man, these make our University unique."

Class of 2021

Hometown: San Antonio, TX.


First Issue to tackle: Diversity of Experience/ Thought and Advocacy

"I want to join Student Senate to influence the minority community and represent the voice of the Aggie community. Striving to bring awareness to diversity on campus and create an inclusive environment for all Aggies to prosper.

What I love most about Texas A&M University is the Loving community that is supportive of all dreams."

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