ASB President - Caitlin Duncan
Hello everyone! My name is Caitlin Duncan and I am serving as your ASB President for the 2012-2013 school year! I have a lot of experience in working with ASB here at WWCC. During my freshman year, I worked as an ASB Executive Assistant. I was then honored with being elected as president for the 2011-2012 school year. When I decided to attend WWCC for a third year, I chose to run for presidency again and was re-elected! I am so happy to be a part of the great team we have working to help all of the students! Don't ever hesitate to come up to the Student Activity Center and hang out! We always have music, pool tables, and ping pong tables that everyone enjoys. Our ASB team is planning many great activities for you all to enjoy as well, so please come join in all of the fun! My door is always open and I am more than willing to answer your questions and help better your experience here at WWCC. Let's make this a great year!
ASB Excutive Vice President - Brian Meade
My name is Brian Meade and I moved to Walla Walla three years ago. I am currently getting my Associates in Science and then I plan to transfer to UCLA to get my B.S. in biochemistry. After I complete my undergrad I hope to obtain my M.D. from UCLA. When I'm not in school I enjoy traveling, golfing, reading and relaxing back home in California. I am excited to be a part of ASB and I think this will be a great year!
ASB Business Vice President - Hailey Felgenhauer
Hello I am Hailey Felgenhauer, your Business Vice President. I am from Fruitland, Idaho. This year is my third year at Walla Walla Community College. I chose to attend WWCC because I was recruited to play basketball. I have already recieved my Associates in Arts and Associates in Biology. I have really enjoyed my experience at WWCC and I am looking forward to another great year. My plans after WWCC are to attend a four year university either to play basketball and further my education, or just to further my education. I plan to get my Bachelors in Biology, go to med-school, and become a pediatrician.
Activities Vice President - Brandy Knowles
Hi! My name is Brandy Knowles and I am your Activities Vice President. I was born and raised in Redmond, Oregon and I came to WWCC due to a softball scholership. I have been playing softball all my life and my main position is outfield. I plan to get my AA degree and then transfer to a 4-year univeristy to continue playing softball and pursue a degree in Communications and Broadcasting. In the future, I have hope to be a sports broadcaster and I hope that one day I can work for ESPN and then later have my own talk show. Outside of school, I like to hang out with friends, be outside and just do anything that involves talking or something athletic. I love it here in Walla Walla and I'm stoked for the rest of the year! Go Warriors!
ASB Media & Tech. Vice President - Kenzie Fuhrman
Hi! I’m McKenzie Fuhrman and I am your 2012-2013 ASB Media & Technologies Vice President! My job in ASB is to be a positive representative of the WWCC student body. I maintain the ASB website, ASB Facebook page, and edit each issue of the Warrior Weekly (out every Tuesday on campus and online).
I grew up in Weston Oregon, about 30 miles south of Walla Walla. I chose to come to WWCC because it is close to my family, and out of High school, I was not sure what I wanted to do yet. This year is my first at CC and I already love the people and atmosphere! Right now, I am working on getting my AA degree, and then plan to transfer to a 4-year university when I finish that. I am still UN sure of what I would like to pursue when I am finished with school, although I am getting some ideas. What catches my attention right now is digital and web design. Hopefully I will be lucky enough to find a university that has a some type of program for this and continue my schooling there.
Luckily, being the Media and Tech VP, gives me an opportunity to work on the things that I enjoy, such as web and digital design! I love being a part of ASB and getting to know a variety of students, as well as assisting students in having a positive experience. I hope I am an approachable, fun, hard-working leader here at WWCC!