"I'm running for student body Vice President because I want to bring all students together in advocating for change. I stand for a Stanford where students receive the support they need to succeed academically and personally. I stand for a Stanford where students, staff, and faculty have access to affordable health care and housing on or near campus. I stand for a Stanford where different and diverse ways of knowing and learning are valued and embraced. Stanford can be stronger if we all come together to make a difference!"
Rosie (she/her/hers) is a 4th year PhD student in the Graduate School of Education, pursuing a dual specialization in the Sociology of Education and Higher Education with a minor in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She grew up in Southern California, and has lived in the Bay Area and Mississippi while in college and graduate school. She has been on the Graduate Student Council (GSC) since 2016 and currently serves as GSC Co-Chair. In addition to her ASSU involvement, Rosie was a RAD/TA for the Leland Scholars Program in 2015 and 2016 as well as a graduate assistant with the Asian American Activities Center for the Leading through Education, Activism, and Diversity program in 2014-15. She previously served as an officer in the GSE Student Guild and Stanford Native American Graduate Students (SNAGS). Rosie is a previous Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Graduate Fellow, Graduate Public Service Fellow, Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education Fellow, and Rathbun Fellowship for Religious Encounter participant. She is a two-time AmeriCorps alum, helping with long-term hurricane recovery in Louisiana and Mississippi as part of the National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) as well as promoting diversity and service-learning initiatives in science and engineering with the North Mississippi VISTA Project.