ASG Announces 2020-21 Office of Financial Affairs Board Members
From top row left: Jissel Esparza, Samuel Cobbs, Sally Gairhan, Christopher Jemison; second row: Hanna Patel, Shalu Jivan, Jeremiah Williams, Braden Byrum; third row: Jade Romain, Miguel Marin, Parker Gunn, Valerie Jackson; fourth row: Grant Blanchette, Camryn Pratt, Payton Hicks and Allison Primm.
The Associated Student Government recently selected the 2020-21 Office of Financial Affairs Board. This board is responsible for allocating over half of ASG's budget to registered student organizations for events and conferences. The board meets every Thursday at 5 p.m. to discuss and vote on budgets, and members audit events throughout the year. Proxy members hold the same duties as Voting Members, but only vote in the absence of a Voting Member.
2020-2021 ASG Treasurer:
- Jissel Esparza*
Deputy to the Treasurer:
- Samuel Cobbs
- Braden Byrum
- Christopher Jemison*
- Hanna Patel*
- Jade Romain
- Jeremiah Williams
- Miguel Marin
- Sally Gairhan*
- Shalu Jivan*
- Valerie Jackson
- Allison Primm
- Camryn Pratt
- Grant Blanchette
- Parker Gunn
- Payton Hicks
*denotes a returning board member
An official ceremony will be held in the fall to inaugurate the new OFA board members as well as other newly appointed agents involved with the Associated Student Government. For questions or comments regarding the Office of Financial Affairs Board, please contact ASG Treasurer Jissel Esparza at firstname.lastname@example.org. ASG is a program in the Division of Student Affairs.
About the Division of Student Affairs: The Division of Student Affairs supports students in pursuing knowledge, earning a degree, finding meaningful careers, exploring diversity, and connecting with the global community. We provide students housing, dining, health care resources, and create innovative programs that educate and inspire. We enhance the University of Arkansas experience and help students succeed, one student at a time.
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