Executive Officers are enrolled students who create an exceptional student experience through governance, representation and committee management. Contact officers to learn more about being a student at Lake Washington Institute of Technology, if you have an idea for a student event or activity, or if you have a concern related to your LWTech education.
Cicilia is an international student from Brazil and this is her third quarter at LWTech. In her first quarter she decided to study Human.Resources, it was a rich experience, but she saw it was not the career she wanted to purse. So, in the second quarter, she gave herself time to study technical writing, public speaking and arts. In the third quarter, she decided to do her Associate in Computer Software Development. Although she already has a profession which she loves, she is eager to learn each detail of Computer Programming field and she is dedicating herself to be an acknowledged professional in this new field. Cicilia collaborates well with diverse people of varying socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. She is a certificate Lawyer in Brazil and has an MBA in employment law, she worked in this area for 5 years. Her jobs experiences made her consistently able to take initiative and persevere even in the most elusive and trying of cases. She also has history of successful mediation and settlement negotiation. Cicilia also has experience with students since she was a volunteer at an English School in her hometown. In this job she used to instruct students and support understanding of English, obtained feedback from parents to develop tutoring sessions focused on enhancing student learning. Cicilia can contribute and facilitate efficient communication between students and Campus, she is proactive, open mind and she is always ready to help.
ASG Vice President
Sara Gonzalez is a running start student enrolled in the Biology DTA program. Before becoming an ASG officer, she worked in customer service for 18 months. She had the opportunity to be an associate's trainer, which taught her valuable skills in patience and leadership. She loves volunteering and tries to spread out her time to causes ranging from restoring local parks to helping homeless shelters. She is committed to spreading diversity and inclusivity and hopes to become a social worker, and later study criminal justice. Sara hopes to work towards helping empower LWTech students this year. Please feel free to reach out if you have ideas or comments to share.
ASG Public Relations Officer
Diandra Dunham was born and raised in Bothell, Washington. She is currently a Business major and has been loving every minute of it. She believes both parents influenced my major because they both have owned their own businesses. With her free time she enjoys doing outdoor volunteer work, painting, and learning more tricks on her ukulele. She loves learning new skills and hobbies, and has always been someone that is willing to try something new!
ASG Finance Office
Triet (Jack) Phu was born and raised in Viet Nam and came to the U.S. for 11th grade, in Georgia. He moved to Seattle a year later to go to Seattle Central College for Liberal Arts and finished my high school degree there. After he received his Associate’s degree, he transferred to LWTech to pursue his dream of becoming a Game Designer. Ever since his youth, he has valued other people’s opinions and factored them into how he presents himself. He tries to leave a good impression and improve his self-image. In his free time, he enjoys listening to music and playing games with friends.
ASG Records Officer
I am an international student from Hong Kong. I have graduated Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from the Art Institute ofSeattle in December 2018. Unfortunately, the Art Institute of Seattle closed down in March 2018. The International Student opportunity that I have from graduating had been terminated immediately by the US government. Other than school, my two hobbies form me as a person today. Soccer and Motorsport Racing. In soccer, I play as a striker. It is all about teamwork and crystal communication. I often wait for opportunities, take them, score goals,or assist the team to score goals.In racing (bare in mind that, this is NOT illegal street racing), I am a go-getter. In a race, I am not only chasing milliseconds but am also being calm to look for opportunities to overtake opponents. Both of these hobbies have trained me as a calm person and making the correct decisions during any frustrating and emotional situation. Hopefully, I can do more than the job description to assist my future colleagues and fellow students.
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Sat, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.