Meet the Snider 2017 executive ticket
Get to know the Snider ticket, one of two tickets running in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government elections on the West campus. Natasha Snider, a forensic and biology sophomore, is running for USGW President. Snider’s running alongside Frank Melgar, a business communication sophomore, as the Vice President of Policy and Michael Childs, a communication junior, as the Vice President of Services.
What are your policy and platform ideas?
Natasha Snider: “One of them is promote awareness of USG as a resource on campus. A lot of students aren’t always completely aware of what USG has and what’s available to them. For example, we started up a bike co-op on our campus very recently, and a lot of students are still surprised when we tell them ‘Hey, you can bring your bike there for repairs,’ so just kind of helping share that knowledge with the students and to have a better connection with them.”
Why are you qualified for the offices you seek?
NS: “I find that I’m qualified because I have a lot of experience within USG. I actually wouldn’t know what to do with myself if I wasn’t in USG. I started my second week of school here at ASU, so I’ve always had USG as something to balance with school work. I think I can completely balance it too.”