The ASLMU Elections are in full swing! Campaign period is Monday, March 13th to March 20th. Voting is March 21st through March 23rd.
Below are the ASLMU Senate candidates in order by senate positions.
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Service Community Candidate
Fraternity And Soroity Life Candidate
Michael Del Santo
off campus/commuter candidates
Zachary Brock Rouleau
My name is Zachary Brock Rouleau. I am currently a sophomore at LMU. I am a business major that has extensive background in business as well as student government from the four years I was the vice president of my high school class. My major accomplishments revolve around soccer, education and business. I was captain of my high school soccer team and won states as the lead goal scorer for my team. I am the boss of my own company which has brought me all of the way to Los Angeles from the east coast. I absolutely have loved my time at LMU thus far and would love to help the community at large as well as represent my fellow off-campus commuters to identify challenges we may face as well as bringing us closer together. I am passionate about everything I become involved with and will work as much as I need to in order to make for a better community here at LMU and to make sure that your voices and concerns are heard. I am always open for discussion on any topic you may want to discuss and I look forward to representing the students of LMU.
My name is Danielle Nunez and I am a sophomore Women’s and Gender Studies major/Political Science minor. I am also a part of the Women’s Cross Country and Track team. Throughout my time in high school I served as a Freshman Senator, Sophomore/Junior Co-President, and senior year, Fall ASB President and Spring Vice President. While holding these positions, I coordinated events and managed budgets. When I entered college, I immersed myself within the athletic community, serving as the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee spirit chair and now Secretary. I also worked as a mentor for freshmen athletes. I represented LMU at the WCC SAAC meet-up, where I was able to collaborate with student-athletes from other schools. This opportunity allowed me to build confidence in my leadership abilities, while provoking discourse that will better improve the well-being of student-athletes. This year in SAAC, athletics partnered with Campus Ministry for “Feed the Hungry”. This partnership helped me see the privilege we hold as student-athletes and how our actions within our own community can effect change. I appreciate ASLMU providing a senator position specifically for student-athletes because I would love to bridge the gap between athletics and the student body as a collective.
Seaver College Candidates
Brian L Grant
Diversity and Inclusion Candidates
Raymond Duronslet III