Momo is a fourth-year studying Economics and Data Science. She is passionate about making people-oriented impact, and she has fulfilled this niche through joining and being active in CSF. In her free time, Momo enjoys fencing recreationally, spending time with her friends and family, and a good cup of coffee.
Claire is a junior studying Industrial Engineering and Operations Research. She joined CSF to meet and work alongside people from diverse backgrounds at UC Berkeley through committee work. Outside of CSF, Claire enjoys swimming, trying new recipes, and art in any form!
Blanca is a fourth-year transfer Latinx student majoring in Business Administration. She transferred from Contra Costa College and local Bay Area resident. She decided to join CSF to represent the student body and advocate for more student voices on campus committees. Outside of CSF, Blanca is enjoys reading, watching movies, and making ceramic art pieces.
Natalie is a fourth-year majoring in Business with double minors in Chinese and English. She is drawn to CSF work because she sees it as an opportunity to represent student voices and make sure that student fees are used fairly and equitably. Outside of CSF, Natalie is involved in The Berkeley Group, Redefine Her Street, and Alpha Chi Omega. In her free time, Natalie enjoys kickboxing, trying new foods, playing volleyball, and reading.
Emily is a third-year majoring in Business Administration. Outside of school, her interests include traveling, singing, and doing cardio. She decided to join CSF because she wanted to understand more about how student fees are allocated as well as have the ability to create a positive impact on the student body.
Wyatt is a senior majoring in Economics and minoring in Jewish Studies. He joined CSF as a freshman because of his interests in financial planning and building budget proposals, as well as his desire to learn more about the University’s finances and processes. Outside of school, Wyatt enjoys making pottery, surfing, and camping with friends. After graduation, Wyatt will be pursuing a career in Wealth Management at IEQ Capital.
June Nguyen is a junior studying Business Administration. She is involved in the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) and Redefine Her Street (RHS). She loves trying out new restaurants and cafes, being on Twitter, and watching movies/shows (GoT, The Boys). She joined CSF because her experience with applying for and receiving grants from Big C and MIF for VSA has given her a deep appreciation of how funding helps enrich student experience and thus inspired her to give back!
Natraji Vairavan is a sophomore studying Economics and Statistics. He enjoys cooking, hiking, trying new restaurants. He joined to make an impact on the lives of students and make Berkeley a more inclusive place.
Samuel Olavarria is a sophomore majoring in Economics and minoring in Industrial Engineering. Samuel enjoys playing soccer and playing chess in his down time. Samuel joined CSF, recognizing that he had the ability to make meaningful changes in order to help the student body at Berkeley. Through CSF, Samuel has been able to learn about financial auditing and budgeting.
Levi Cannon is a sophomore studying Economics. He enjoys hiking, making pasta, reading fiction, and watching football. He joined CSF to get a better understanding of student needs and advocate for more financial transparency at Cal.
Alexa is a PhD candidate in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology. She works on engineering bacteria to recycle electronic waste. Passionate about financial responsibility and equity, Alexa joined CSF to ensure student needs are being met. Outside of work she likes to read fiction, hang out with her cat Curie, and make any excuse to be by the ocean.
Jasmine Nadal-Chung is a junior majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies focusing on art business and cultural diplomacy. She is currently doing research for a Modern Art curator and is interested in Art History. She joined CSF in hopes of becoming actively involved on campus, impacting student life, and gaining professional skills.
Emily Zhou is a sophomore majoring in Business Administration and Computer Science. She enjoys fencing, watching shows on Netflix, baking, playing board games, and being part of Venture Strategy Solutions. She joined CSF because she wants to see the money that students pay to the university be put to good use and toward things that they actually care for and need.
Wilson is a sophomore majoring in Biology and Business intended in the LSBE program. His interests are listening to music, reading fiction, and watching movies. Another involvement outside of his interests is working as a mathematics tutor for the Residential Tutoring Program (RTP). He joined CSF due to his interest in finance and the budget auditing process. At the same time, he also wanted to learn more about how student fees are allocated and have the ability to help ensure that fees are used responsibly and for things that students do care about.
Bradley is a freshman studying Engineering Mathematics and Statistics. He joined CSF to enact positive change in his community while gaining the skills of an analyst. Outside of school, he likes to lift, play chess, or hang out with friends. Most of all, he is passionate about CSF's ability to use funding as a tool for advocacy and growth.
Alineor is a 3rd year Ph.D. candidate majoring in Microbiology. Outside of the graduate program, she enjoys being a PMBG officer, PMB Peer Mentor, and UCB Mycology club. On top of that, she hikes, goes backpacking, and skis in her free time. She recognized she'd been a member of the UC Berkeley community for quite a while, first as an undergraduate starting in 2014 and now as a graduate student since 2020. When she heard about CSF, she was excited to join because of her passion for students having a voice in how the UCB campus community is run and makes decisions; she's especially looking forward to bringing a graduate student perspective to CSF and advocating for the needs for students at all stages of their Berkeley education. What's more, she wants to make sure that students' fees are used appropriately and effectively to support the well-being of everyone on this campus.
Jaysa is a freshman majoring in Legal Studies & Data Science. She volunteers as a staff member at the OCF and serves on the Peer Review Board for the residence halls. She likes experimenting with different distributions of Linux and learning about free and open-source software. She decided to join CSF to represent the student interests when it comes to student fees and ensure those fees are used for projects which benefit the UC Berkeley community.