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Your associated student government officers work to create an interactive, fun and welcoming environment for students and community members on the LCC campus.
If you have an issue or idea you'd like to discuss, want to know about student events and activities, or learn how to become a student leader, visit the ASLCC offices upstairs in the Student Center or call the Student Government phone at (360) 442-2450. Email addresses for individual ASLCC officers are found below.
My name is Eli and I am the Executive Director for the Associated Students of Lower
I was born and raised here in Longview and have been a student at LCC for over 2 years. I’m grateful for everything that our community and God has allowed me. I’m a very positive person because we only get to live once and life is more fun when you’re happy. I’m very competitive and nerdy, so naturally I found a home with our Fighting Smelt Speech and Debate team. It’s my goal to ensure that all students on our campus feel welcome and supported as they further their educations.
I’m very grateful to serve our community and students for a second year and represent the school that has changed my life. Feel free to approach me about anything, I will always do my best to serve our students. I know that together we can make LCC a better place for ourselves, the community, and the students that will succeed us.
Hey! My name is Jagger Norris and I’m the Student Affairs Director for the Associated
Students of Lower Columbia College 20-21 year.
This is my second year at LCC through the Running Start program. I plan on getting a bachelor’s degree in business management; and LCC has been able to provide me with all the help I’ve needed. I’m also a part of the Speech and Debate club on campus which has been an amazing experience. Through ASLCC I’m hoping that I can help students get their voices heard and overall make it a more enjoyable experience for everyone. Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any ideas, questions, concerns, or anything else.
Have an amazing year!
Hi! I’m Sidni, and I am the Graphic Design Director this year!
This is my fourth year at LCC, and second-year working for student government! Recently, I changed my program intent to education and recently have been accepted into LCC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Teacher Education! While working on my degree, I do graphic design in my spare time! I hope this year I will be able to bring some fun and eye-catching designs to both your screens and the walls of campus to let you know what events are going to be happening this year!
Hi! My name is Jordan and I am the Public Relations Director for ASLCC.
I was raised in Longview, WA but have recently moved to Woodland. I love everything about the outdoors. Hiking has always been one of my favorite pastimes. I enjoy researching and finding new places to explore. I also love solving rubik's cubes and I’m constantly trying to make my solve times faster. I'm currently a running start student and I love LCC. I’m excited to get this jump start on my education. Please feel free to reach out to me with any concerns or ideas you have to make LCC a better place.
I'm always ready to help.
Hello! I am Nelly Lynnet Wanja Wangari but would prefer being called Lynn.
I will be the Diversity & Equity Director for ASLCC 2020-2021. I am from Kenya, Africa where I was born and raised. I attended a university in Kenya where I studied information technology (IT) but before finishing got a chance to come to the US and took it wholeheartedly. Now I’m doing the prerequisites of nursing hoping to join the nursing program in 2020. Why the change of heart from IT to Nursing? Well, I have always wanted to be a doctor when I was young and being in LCC taking nursing is taking a step at a time. IT is my second-best career.
I am very happy to be in the student government helping others when in need and also making their lives less stressful and more bearable. I need all the help I can get to help you like the saying “help me help you’. I have some experience in leadership in some organizations back in Kenya. So the Diversity & Equity Director, here I come! All ideas and help will be highly appreciated. Thank you all.
Hello Devils! My name is Ilinca Slabu and I am going to be your Chief Justice Director
for the 2020-2021 school year!
This is my second year as a Running Start student at Lower Columbia College, and I am excited to be back! The position of Chief Justice Director appealed to me for many reasons, but the main thing that pushed me to pursue the position was my interest in law. I hope to someday become a lawyer, so this is a great place to start that journey!
Outside of school, I compete on the Lower Columbia College Fighting Smelt Speech and Debate Team, and I tutor at LCC. I enjoy learning about history, and you can almost always find me listening to the Hamilton soundtrack. I love meeting new people, so do not be shy to start a conversation with me!
I am beyond excited to serve ASLCC and give back to this amazing community!
I’ve heard it said that “you can’t stop the waves but you can learn to surf”. So this year at LCC I hope to teach everyone how to ‘surf' these crazy waves that keep trying to crash upon us and provide engaging activities.
I have lived in The Great Northwest all my life and have enjoyed the beautiful nature that flourishes in the watery months of the year. This is my second year being at LCC and I have loved working, as well as becoming friends, with the many amazing professors here. I have three adorable, yet highly spoiled, dogs who preform hysterical acts each day to the great entertainment of my family. My hobbies include traveling- wether in real life or through the written word-, photography- especially during sunsets-, listening to music- mostly groups near no one has heard of-, and spending time with my best friends- my four uproarious siblings.
I hope to make this year a great experience for everyone and help each student feel the great support brought about by the amazing Red Devil community! So, in this college chapter of all our lives I hope to help jot down some more amazing experiences and provide a temporary hideaway from homework.
Let’s have an amazing year and keep coming to the beach of ASLCC to learn how to surf these gnarly waves.
I was born and raised in Kimberly, Idaho. I absolutely love southern Idaho and all
it has to offer. I am very active and enjoy being outdoors! I am a member of the LCC
Women’s Basketball team here on campus and I could not be happier to have chosen this
school for furthering my academic and athletic career.
I am a sophomore this year and will be studying Business Finance. I plan to graduate with my AA this coming Spring and then transfer on to a 4-year to further my studies and potentially continue my basketball career.
I am thrilled to be a part of student government! I held a similar position to this one my senior year of high school so I have some ideas and activities that I am eager to share with all of the LCC students and community. I am a very open and honest person so feel free to come to me with any ideas or questions. I want LCC to be represented by those who make it the place it is so let me hear from you. Your voices matter!
Hi, My name is David Adegbami. I am an international student from Belize currently studying Mechanical Engineering at LCC.
Ever since I started high school, I knew I had wanted to do engineering, and during my 3rd grade of high school, the inspiration of designing and building was birthed within me. I immediately decided that I was going to pursue engineering as a career. Engineering and Technology subjects continue to be on demand because they develop key skills employers all over that the world looks for. I believe that pursuing engineering as a career, will provide me the opportunity to help others. Making myself available and proactive in assisting others, will allow me professionally, to create room for fulfillment of destiny. Over past couple of years, I was involved in different activities such as playing soccer, teaching hip hop dance, and doing mission trips both in Belize and abroad.
This is my second year of being part of the LCC Student Government and I am so grateful to have the opportunity to serve the LCC students. I have seen a major growth both in my academics and my personal life. Student Government is all about teamwork and everything we do involves coordinating with other people in leadership position.
I am very excited to be a part of the student government and I believe that my contribution will make a positive impact and will allow others to see their true potential in pursing their dreams in life.
Hi, I’m Kaylee! This will be my second year as the ASLCC Finance Director, and I am so excited to be back!
I have lived in Washington my whole life and I absolutely love it here. Some of my favorite things are being outside, reading, exploring new places, and studying history. I am a first-generation college student which is both nerve-wracking and exciting. Currently, I am pursuing a General Transfer Degree in order to take a variety of courses and see what I am most passionate about. Through my experience as the Finance Director last year I discovered that I enjoy working with finances and data, which I hope to explore further this year. After LCC I plan to continue my education and transfer to George Fox University next fall.
I learned so much through Student Government last year, and I am eager to see what this year has in store!
Here’s to another great year!
Stop by the Student Activities Office located on the first floor of the Student Center during regular business hours (M – F: 8 am – 5 pm) for information about clubs, student government, student awards, and other student information.