College Chapter Student Representatives

Student Representatives

AISES college chapters are divided into seven geographical regions, each with its own Regional Student Representative. Regional Reps serve as liaisons between the National AISES Office and the national and regional student body. Regional Student Representatives are elected  at the annual Spring Regional Conference by the members in that region. Two national Student Representatives are elected by the AISES student members.  Non-voting members of the Board of Directors, they serve a two-year term.

Student Representatives evaluate common issues and concerns and make recommendations for ways to improve AISES’ member services. For information on how to qualify as a Regional Student Representative, contact AISES.

To apply for a 2017-2019 National Student Representative, please fill out this application form and email all the documents to Lisa Paz at the national headquarters- lpaz@aises.org

2017-2019 National Student Rep application is due August 21, 2017

National Student Representatives Roles and Responsibilities 

Regional Student Representatives Roles and Responsibilities

Student Representative Handbook


National Student Representatives

Senior National Student Representative:  Kory Joe (Asa'carsarmiut),
Northern Arizona University - Term: November 2015-November 2017

Junior National Student Representative:  Hannah Balderas (Three Affiliated Tribes, Santee Sioux and Little Shell Ojibwa),
University of North Dakota - Term: November 2016-November 2018


Regional Student Representatives

Current Term: Summer 2017 - Summer 2018

Region 1:  Cody Kapotak (Portage Creek Village), University of Alaska-Anchorage

Region 2:  Ely Boone (Karuk), Humboldt State University

Region 3:  Chris Greenstone (Navajo), Northern Arizona University

Region 4:  Madison McMillen (Cherokee), University of Arkansas

Region 5: Emily Falcon (Turtle Mountain Chippewa), University of North Dakota

Region 6:  Bailee Hopkins Hensley (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma), Cornell University

Region 7:  Kayla Johnson (Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians), University of Mississippi

 

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