I am a first year looking to get more involved and have some leadership experience from my undergraduate years. I am interested in getting to know the rest of the design community at NC State outside of my studio.
In life before graduate school, Nick was an event manager. This is the really short way of saying he helped sometimes clueless people understand how to plan events, frequently translated communications between artists and the rest of the world, and occasionally herded cats. While running the sound board for a concert. In theory, this background may make him a suitable candidate for the Communications/Media position for AGSA.
As your current treasurer, I have worked tirelessly to ensure that AGSA continues to thrive in these challenging economic times. In recent weeks, European leaders have expressed optimism in the recovery of their markets and banks. I strongly believe this newfound confidence is a direct response to my diligent work as your representative. Now is not a time for change. (No se puede!) We need more of the same. Reelect me as the AGSA Treasurer.
As a newcomer to the AGSA political arena I will seek to fill the large and hallowed shoes of our departing wizard of words, Holland Ward. I'm well organized, have fairly good grammar, and can type fast. Over my Christmas Break I intend to transcribe all of the episodes of Mad Men in order to further prepare myself for the demands of this position.
After completing a year of being the president of AGSA, I can honestly say that I loved it! Yes, there were times where things were bouncing off the walls, stuff was spilling off my plate, and studio took the back seat (shhhhh), but it was enjoyable and full of excitement nonetheless. I would love and be honored to run again and be the President for last year of my graduate school career. Vote for me! I want to continue to strengthen the student/faculty relationship and truly create a sense of community within our studios, department, and school. I would love to continue to come up with new event ideas to give students a break from the stress of our projects and professors. I can keep listing the many good things I would love to continue that comes with position, but most importantly, I would love to continue to represent the architectural graduate students here in the College of Design. So let's have another good year!