Ashley was a devoted SAC leader beginning in her role as Secretary and ending in her role as President. Ashley’s passion for community service helped to broaden the types of events that were held both on and off campus. Ashley served Students Affecting Change from April 2015-June 2018.
Erica helped shape the organization starting as the Director of Project Management. In her last role as President, her empathetic personality and leadership guided the team to move forward with events making lasting impacts on-campus. One of the programs she led was the Hungry Huskies Food Pantry Drive, gathering a total of 700 lbs, as well as implementing a food pantry on-campus to alleviate burdens caused by food security. She served from December 2014-August 2017.
Sunny was a contributing SAC leader from Janurary 2016-August 2017. In his role as Director of Project Management, his positive energy, ideas and connections allowed events to be marketed to everyone on-campus. One of the largest events Sunny worked on was helping with the Hungry Huskies Food Pantry Drive, gathering a total of 700 lbs of non-perishable foods.
Jaymar was a SAC leader and held the Director of Marketing and Administration position. His passion for communities and students at the UWB assisted SAC to promote events for 2016. He served Students Affecting Change from November 2015 - May 2016. Jaymar is currently a Dental student.
Douglas was a SAC leader from October 2015-April 2016. He started the bone marrow drive held in October of 2015, which positively impacted the UWB community and those in need of a bone marrow donation.
Justin is the founder of Students Affecting Change. As the founding President, his mentorship and compassion helped form the organization and empower the next generation of leaders. He served Students Affecting Change from December 2014-April 2016. Justin is currently a Medical student.
Tate was a SAC leader from May 2015-April 2016. In the role of Director of Marketing & Administration, his character and ambition helped motivate SAC members and he led one of the largest food drive on campus. The food drive held in March 2016 donated a total of 300 lbs of nonperishable foods to the North Helpline Food Bank located in Everett.
Trevor was a founding member of Students Affecting change. His vision and determination helped to shape the organization. He served Students Affecting Change from December 2014-June 2015.