ASFRC Officers 2020-2021

President:  Jesse Williams

My qualifications, background and/or experiences that qualify me for this office: 

My qualifications for the chosen position above would be serving as the Class of 2016 Sophomore Year Associate Student Body President. This includes organizing campus events and fundraisers, also balancing the budget we had for the 2013-2014 School Year at Franklin High School. I also served as Co-President for the Social Justice Journalism Club for January 2019-active and through that position I learned how to create professional documents and how to interview prisoners at the Mule Creek Prison in Ione, CA.

My vision for carrying out the mission of the Associated Students of FRC includes: 

If elected by my peers, I will represent them in a respectful manner. I plan to organize events specific to the students as well as the staff on campus. I promise to also relay feedback to improve the structure and flow of the campus and as well the overall well-being of others. I also aspire to bring enthusiasm and radiate energy everyday as President. As someone who came to FRC in 2019 from Hawai'i it was a difficult transition and I felt lost, almost as if I didn't have a voice. So I made it my mission to hold some sort of position to help others not feel so lost.

Vice President: George Tribble

My qualifications, background and/or experiences that qualify me for this office:

Hello my name is George Tribble. I’m going into my sophomore year and I play football here at FRC. When it comes to qualifications for the position I’m not super qualified in the position I’m running for but I’ve always been involved in sports my whole life and been a team captain and in positions of leadership. I feel like I would be a great voice and person to help speak for the student population and someone who could really do a great job.

My vision for carrying out the mission of the Associated Students of FRC includes:

My vision and mission to carry out would be bring students closer together and continuing to build that family environment at our school. We all live and go to a school in a small town and I feel like we need to build that family based environment with our students. I would try to get students more involved around the school and in more clubs, activities and at sporting events. A big goal for me would be to have our student section packed for every home sporting event. I love FRC and all the people who attend or work there, everyone is nice and welcoming and I want to continue to build more bonds and memories and by becoming Vice President I feel I will be able to do that along with helping and do great things for the students and around the campus.

Secretary/Treasurer:  Lelaau (Mo) Tuia

My qualifications, background and/or experiences that qualify me for this office:

In all honesty I don't really have qualifications for this position. Yes, I've been a part of the Student Body back in middle school when I was elected Student Body President for my 8th grade year. Although I don't really have the specific qualifications for this position, I do know that I can be as much of a help to the student's voice/opinion as much as the President and Vice President can. 

My vision for carrying out the mission of the Associated Students of FRC includes:  

My vision for carrying out my position, is not only to assist my peers within the ASFRC, but also those who aren't. I feel as if I can bring a different perspective of situations other than the ones our Pres. and VP have. To create a family environment around campus; knowing that some athletes are here in town/ living on campus being away from home can be hard especially in a pandemic like we are in right now. Coming here last year, I felt as if I had no idea of what was going on, on campus & everything that had to do with school which was really frustrating at times. I'd like to help students so they won't have to be as clueless as I was last year. 

Student Trustee:  Angelina Wilson

My qualifications, background and/or experiences that qualify me for this office:

I have served in officer positions for groups on campus including as president of the Social Justice Journalism Club in which I helped facilitate a connection between Feather River College and Incarcerated students and journalists at Mule Creek State Prison in Ion. With the club I helped put on an art show at the Mainstreet gallery to raise money for an incarcerated student scholarship fund. I have published and edited articles for the prison newspaper the Mule Creek Post to help inform incarcerated students of campus events and make them feel part of the FRC community.
I am also Liaison to the incarcerated student program for the Phi Theta Kappa honors society chapter at FRC and with my connections to the Mule Creek Prison through SJPJC helped put on a roundtable this march to speak on the benefit of education and how it is a critical part of rehabilitation.
I served as voting delegate for PTKs international officer election and am an embedded English tutor. These have given me experience observing what my fellow students need for success as well as judging how my actions and decisions will benefit them and the campus community. All of these experiences have made me value the profound influence education can have on an individual and a just and equal society and have given me the passion to represent and speak for others who may not be in a position of influence yet but can get there if the people in influence open the way for them.

My vision for carrying out the mission of the Associated Students of FRC includes:

My vision for carrying out the mission of the Associated Students of FRC includes helping students understand the particular mission of Feather River College, achieve success higher education in general and learn work ethic and motivational skills that will benefit them in any field they may choose to work in. I want to share with the Board of Trustees what students want and work to make that happen as well as what actions we can take to promote student’s success and learning. My goal is to be a voice for the student body at large, to communicate your needs and concerns, and take action to ensure they are met. My time at FRC is helping me prepare for life at a bigger school or in the workforce in ways that I cannot prepared anywhere else. I want to ensure that all students at FRC from many diverse backgrounds and with passions ranging from sports, equine, science, and the humanities to have the opportunity to thrive here and have their needs met.