Cabinet

Cabinet

Secretary

Thomas Nhan

Thomas Nhan is pursuing his Bachelors of Art in Economics and a Minor in Physiology at the University of Arizona. His involvement with the vietnamese community comes from not passion or heritage, but an idea. He believes that the vietnamese community is a rather underestimated population and sees a lot of potential in the people that comprises of it. He hopes to help realize this potential and see the vietnamese community become to be a big influence in the world. Thomas has lived in 5 different states and over 10 different cities. He loves culinary art, and enjoys trying new things with friends.

  1. In charge of the correspondence work which is carried on with other organizations and businesses
  2. In charge of keeping records
  3. Organizes and files all documents, excluding those concerning the treasury
  4. Other duties as assigned

Historian

Don Nguyen

  1. Archive SWUVSA accomplishments, events, and activities
  2. Document history of regional UNAVSA attendace
  3. Archive collective information gathered from VSA affairs that pertain to SWUVSA
  4. Historian and Media Chair will work in conjuction to manage the SWUVSA website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Media Chair

Jeannie Doan

  1. Actively maintains and engages individuals on all social media
  2. Maintains photo collections of regional developments
  3. Maintains the website
  4. Creates all promotional materials for SWUVSA-related events and projects

 

 

 

 

 

CoRR Representative 
Anthony Le

  1. Works closely with the External Vice-President as the primary CoRR representative for the Southwest region
  2. Responsible for promoting the Collective Philanthropy Project (CPP) to the Southwest region and the current beneficiary and its current project
  3. Will act as liaison between CPP and the Council of School of Representatives, along with keeping track of each VSAs/VASA fundraising efforts
  4. Responsible for relaying all CoRR related information to executive officers and the cabinet

 

 

 

 

 

Intern

Khanh Cao

  1. Assist the executive board and fellow cabinet members as needed
  2. Assist in alumni relations
  3. Learn about the potential roles of executive board
  4. Other duties as assigned