Christopher A. Thomas is a senior from Inglewood, California. He is pursuing a Fitness Specialist degree with a double minor in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Leadership.
Chris' involvement in Associated Students (A.S.) began in 2014 when he served on the Recreation and Wellness Commission because of his interest in promoting a healthy lifestyle for students. This was the beginning of his service in A.S. that he has found incredibly rewarding. Chris has also served as:
As Associated Students President, Chris will continue to work with his fellow student representatives to ensure all SDSU students understand that AS is here to advocate on behalf of and for students, by being present and visible on campus and making listening to students a priority. He will also work to elevate students' knowledge of all the services and programs AS provides for their benefit, including leadership and employment opportunities. He will promote campus resources and work with the university to ensure these resources are accessible to all students. Chris will partner with students, faculty, and administration with the goal of creating a transformative college experience for every student and leave a lasting heartprint at San Diego State University.
Nick Wohlman is a junior, originally from West Fargo, North Dakota. He is pursuing a degree in Business Management and a minor in Honors Interdisciplinary Studies. His involvement in Associated Students (A.S.) began as the Volunteer Coordinator for the Community Service Commission in 2016, because he is passionate about serving the community and giving back. Throughout the past three years, Nick's leadership in A.S. motivated him to expand his areas of involvement to all realms of campus and to pursue a diverse variety of leadership positions. Nick has served as:
As Executive Vice President, Nick will continue to grow SDSU's sustainability efforts, increase students' knowledge of resources available to them regarding health and safety, and engage students in order to help them discover their unique interests, leading them to the right leadership opportunities specific for them.
Michael Wiafe is a sophomore from Redlands, California. He is pursuing a degree in Political Science with minor in Honors Interdisciplinary Studies. His involvement in Associated Students (A.S.) began when he attended the 2016 California Higher Education Student Summit in Sacramento to lobby state representatives in the state capitol on issues that are affecting students and has been a student advocate ever since. Through A.S., Michael was inspired to get more involved on campus as well as to continue using his voice to advocate for students on the local, state and federal levels. Michael has served as:
As Vice President of External Relations, Michael will continue to advocate for students on and off campus; encourage all students to get involved and use their voices to be the change that they would like to see. He will also connect with students to make sure that students are aware of AS initiatives as well as promote a culture of civic engagement on campus to amply the voices of students.
Christian Onwuka is a senior from San Diego, CA. While pursuing a degree in Finance, he learned the importance of fiscal knowledge and responsibility.
Through his involvement in student organizations including Black Business Society, Fowler College of Business Council, and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Christian gained a love for effectively representing the student body. As he emerged as a leader, he looked for ways to incorporate both servant leadership and his passion for finance.
Prior to his current position as A.S. Vice President of Financial Affairs, Christian has served as:
This year, his goal to raise 700,000 pounds of food for the Aztecs Rock Hunger campaign would have a groundbreaking impact for fighting food insecurity. His initiatives for this year include creating the foundation for an alumni-funded endowment plan to assist students, as well as educating all student organizations on the various funding opportunities on campus. Christian is looking to make sure students enjoy their college experience, reach their maximum potential through various opportunities, and graduate a proud alum of SDSU.
Ronnie J. Cravens Jr. is a junior from Kansas City, Missouri. He is an International Business major with an emphasis in Italian and Western Europe. Within Associated Students (A.S.), Ronnie has served as a Representative of the College of Arts and Letters and member of Financial Affairs Committee.
He has served in numerous leadership roles on campus including the following:
As Associated Students Vice President of University Affairs, Ronnie will work with his fellow student representatives to strengthen the relationships between students and their respective college councils. He will also promote campus resources and cross collaboration among all students. He will work to ensure every student is proud of their SDSU career.
Christina Brown serves as the executive director of Associated Students at San Diego State University, one of four SDSU auxiliary organizations. As executive director, she works in partnership with student government leaders to oversee the long-term planning and growth for the auxiliary organization, and the many programs, facilities and services it offers.
Christina previously served as associate executive director for A.S. and before joining the organization in 2009, she was the first woman and youngest executive to be named senior vice president and chief financial officer for Sony Pictures Entertainment where she worked in the international television division. She has also worked at Walt Disney Studios and KPMG Peat Marwick.
Christina earned a master's in business administration from University of California, Los Angeles and a bachelor's degree in business administration from California State University, Long Beach. She is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of CPAs. Christina also serves on the executive committee for the CSU Auxiliary Organizations Association. Christina lives in La Jolla, Calif., with her husband and her three children. She enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering at her children's schools. Despite never attending SDSU herself, Christina is an Aztec for Life and you can always find her at SDSU men's basketball games in Viejas Arena, rooting on the team!