Campus Organization Liaisons are responsible for specific clubs and helping ensure the success of the club as well as its accessibility and inclusion of students on campus. This position is year-long and changes at the turn of the academic year. Club liaisons dive in a deeper level to assist clubs on a more intimate and personalize level along with focusing on building a stronger bridge between club leaders and ASCMC.
Campus Organizations Chair - Chloe Amarilla
Majoring in Government and Economics, Chloe has come a lot way from her hometown of Claremont, CA. She hopes to increase the attendance of clubs and their longevity on campus. She can be reached at email@example.com if you have any questions regarding: chartering, budgets, reimbursements, or ASCMC in general!
LIASON TO ACADEMIC CLUBS - Olivia Ison
Olivia is a first year hoping to major in Economics and Government. Although she is originally from the Seattle area, she has moved both domestically and internationally several times. Olivia is also a consultant for SOURCE Non-profit Consulting on campus and is involved with numerous campus organizations. She hopes to aid communication between ASCMC, campus organizations and the student body, as well as prompt more involvement and inclusion.
LIASON TO IDENTITY BASED CLUBS - Gonzolo Secaria
Gonzalo is from Newark, New Jersey and is currently a sophomore at CMC. He plans to be a International Relations and History Dual Major with a Leadership Sequence. As the club liaison for identity based groups, he hopes to bring more awareness to these groups and connectivity amongst all of them. Gonzolo wants these groups to be as succesful as possible, for they offer a different prespectives and oppuruntities that all students on campus can benefit.
LIASON TO MUSIC AND ARTS CLUBS - Brendan Busch
Brendan is a senior at CMC, majoring in Economics and Psychology. Outside of being a club liaison, he is involved with Alternatives Anonymous, the Golden Antlers, Special Olympics, and Claremont Marketing Group. Brendan's goal for the year is to give arts a bigger platform at CMC and help students find more outlets to be creative on campus.
LIASON TO SERVICE AND ATHLETIC CLUBS - Teeana Cotangco
A third year majoring in Economics and Asian studies, Teeana lives in La Canada, CA. She plays on the Women's CMS Basketball team and loves to draw and paint. Her goal in being club liaison is to increase involvement and inclucivity in the clubs and organizations on campus.
LIASON TO SPECIAL INTEREST AND PUBLICATION CLUBS - Cristi Kennedy
Cristi is a freshman at Claremont McKenna from Montclair, NJ and intends to major in International Relations. Her main goal as club liason to special interest and publication clubs is to increase awareness of the wide range of hobbies and interests present on campus.