Senators are a part of the legislative branch of USG. The senate addresses issues pertaining to any aspect of the university and beyond. All senators serve on committees, which produce legislation relevant to the business of the committee. Legislation is discussed at biweekly senate meetings, which alternate with biweekly committee meetings.
All undergraduate students are invited and welcome to discuss any aspect of their undergraduate experience with the senators in their school or college.
Legislation (bills and resolutions) passed by the Undergraduate Student Government Senate is representative of the voice of undergraduate students.
Senators can help you with almost everything you can imagine when it comes to your overall experience at ASU. Funding for trips, events or programs you want to see initiated, student organizations you want to get involved with or launch — information about all these topics can be gleaned from your senators.
Corey Ball is a second-year student studying Multimedia Journalism and Health Entrepreneurship and Innovation from Surprise, Arizona. He first joined USGD in Fall 2019 as an Intern and later became Director of Diversity and Inclusion in Spring 2020. Outside USGD, he also serves as a host on Blaze Radio. During his time at USGD, he hopes to use his passions for law, public policy, public health and journalism to better serve his constituency. After undergrad, he plans to receive his law degree and work in health law and hospital administration.
Senate President Pro Temp, Cronkite Senator
Gov Ops Committee Chair
Alexis is a Sophomore from Yakima, Washington studying Criminology & Criminal Justice, Minor in Psychology. She is extremely excited to be working as a USGD senator this year for Barrett and am very passionate about advocating for all students on the Downtown campus! After graduation, she plans on attending Law School to study international law and hope my time in USGD allows me the skills I need to advocate internationally for human rights and criminal justice.
Kaiah Brown is a sophomore from Eagar, Arizona, studying health sciences. She is in USGD because she is passionate about serving others, and this organization gives her an opportunity to turn that passion into tangible change at ASU. As an intern in USGD this past year, she got an inside look to the amazing student-driven work that is done in USGD and she knew that she had to be a part of it. Her past six years of student leadership throughout middle and high school made the transition to USGD fairly easy, especially because this organization works in a family-oriented way that she has prioritized her whole life.
College of Health Solutions Senator
This position is currently vacant.
Barrett, The Honors College Senator
Hi everyone! My name is Keala pronounced (Kay-luh) and I am one of the Senators for Watts College. I am passionate about increasing accessibility to resources for low income as well as first-generation college students, increasing educational opportunities for low income youth as well as gender equity. I have had the opportunity to be involved with ASU in a variety of roles and organizations including the Council of Coalitions, Resident Hall Association, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and Her Campus ASU. I love being involved and enjoy figuring out solutions to the problems we face in our community. I am really excited to be apart of USGD this year! Go Devils!
Taylor is a Sophomore studying nursing and is from Orange County, California. Growing up I attended eleven different schools, so I was always the "new kid". Because of this, I am very passionate about making everyone feel like they belong and that their voices are heard at Arizona State University. In the future, I plan to work in an emergency room as a nurse practitioner. I cant wait to serve the students of ASU this upcoming year. Go Devils!
Edson College Senator
Kaya Hampton is a Freshman studying Nursing at the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation. She is originally from Murrieta, California. There she attended United State’s recognized Most Spirited High School in the Nation. There, she served as a student representative in her education district and was a member of the district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan. Through her involvements, she learned the importance of having passion and pride in ones’ work, academics, community, and school. Using her experience, she plans to advocate for students to maintain the inclusive culture and environment Arizona State University has established.
dane van wagnen
Dane's major is nursing and is from Gilbert, Arizona. In the medical field, he hopes to become a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. For my music, I would love for my band to sign and go on tour and eventually record my own music. I would love to run for president in 2052. And at the end of my working career, I would love to be a motivational speaker giving talks to high school students at mostly student government conferences where I have heard some of the best speakers that have truly changed my life.