A.S. Leadership

Christian L. Onwuka

A.S. President

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Christian Onwuka is a senior from Southeast San Diego, California. He is pursuing a Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Finance, accompanied by an Honors minor in Interdisciplinary Studies through the Weber Honors College.

Christian’s involvement with Associated Students (A.S.) began in 2016 when he served as a delegate on the Fowler College of Business Council. During his time on the council he saw the potential impact he could have on the lives of students both on and off campus, and this served as the start of his A.S. service. Christian has a range of service and involvement experience, which includes, but is not limited to:

  • A.S. Vice President of Financial Affairs
  • A.S. Fowler College of Business Representative
  • Student Leader on the Black Resource Center Planning Committee
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. – Lambda Iota Chapter
  • Henrietta Goodwin Scholars Mentor
  • Vice President of Finance for the Black Business Society
  • Treasurer of the Jane K. Smith Cap and Gown Chapter of Mortar Board National Honor Society
  • Resident Advisor in Cuicacalli Suites
  • Member of SDSU Rotaract
  • Member of FratMANers (Fraternity Men Against Negative Environments and Rape Situations)

During his time as A.S. President, Christian will work to engage multiple communities across campus, by continuing to facilitate conversations regarding what students desire in terms of support. He will promote many of the programs and services A.S. provides for the student body, including employment and leadership opportunities to name a few. Additionally, he will market and promote campus-wide resources and work with the university to guarantee that these services are available and accessible to all students. Christian will also be a liaison between students, faculty, staff, and administration to cultivate a unique experience for each SDSU student. Christian plans to ensure the heartbeat of campus continues to beat intentionally and with impact.

Kyla E. Blaylock

A.S. Executive Vice President

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Kyla Blaylock is a fourth year Business Management major originally from San Diego, California.

Kyla’s Associated Students (A.S.) journey began as a member of the First Year Leadership Experience (FLEX). Her passion for serving students and leadership led her to continue her involvement with the Aztec Student Union Board – first as the representative and then the commissioner. Prior to being elected Executive Vice President, Kyla also served as:

  • Henrietta Goodwin Scholars Mentor
  • Student African American Sisterhood Member
  • Campus Outreach Member
  • Economic Crisis Response Team Marketing Sub-Committee Member
  • Malcolm A. Love Library Stack Maintenance Assistant
  • College of Education IT Intern
  • Student Media Advisory Committee Student Representative
  • Black Business Society Member

This year, Kyla will continue to represent all students in order to ensure that San Diego State is striving for inclusive excellence by bridging the gap between different groups. She intends to work with leaders from all communities to ensure that A.S. is serving them in the best way possible. Additionally, Kyla would like to strengthen programming efforts in an attempt to better engage every student on campus. She will also support students to become more knowledgeable about sustainability practices and various resources available, in order to best support student success.

Angelica A. Espinoza

A.S. Vice President of External Relations

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Angelica “Angie” Espinoza is a senior from San Ysidro, California. She is pursuing a degree in International Security and Conflict Resolution.

Angie’s involvement with Associated Students (A.S.) began in 2016, when she served on the Elections Committee. Through her experiences, she developed a deep passion for serving the student body and utilizing her platform to highlight issues affecting underrepresented and marginalized communities. Over the past three years, Angie has gained a well-rounded perspective by serving in leadership positions across all areas of campus. Angie has served as:

  • A.S. Chief Justice on Judicial Affairs Council
  • Executive Vice President for the College of Arts and Letters
  • Vice President of Judicial Affairs for Rotaract of SDSU
  • Director of Communication Administration for Dance Marathon at SDSU
  • SDSU Ambassador
  • Women’s Resource Center Fellow
  • Member of the Aztec Rock Hunger Leadership Team

As Vice President of External Relations, Angie will continue to ensure the voices of all students are represented at the local, state, and federal level. She will collaborate with on-campus entities to ensure students are aware of and provided the resources necessary to succeed. Additionally, she looks forward to increasing civic engagement and political awareness amongst the student body to ensure their needs and concerns are being represented on and off campus.

Dustin J. Adkins

A.S. Vice President of Financial Affairs

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Dustin Adkins is a fourth year from Grover Beach, California. He is double majoring in Economics and Sociology, with an emphasis in Public Policy.

His Associated Students (A.S.) experience first began sophomore year, when he became heavily involved with the A.S. Food Pantry and joined the Student Support Commission. Dustin has a passion for increasing access to basic needs, and this drive is what pushed him to get involved in student government. Outside of this, Dustin has served as:

  • A.S. Student Support Commissioner
  • A.S. Food Pantry and Resources Coordinator
  • Vice President of Finance for Rotaract of SDSU
  • Parliamentarian for Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity
  • Community Outreach Officer for the Food Recovery Network
  • Member of Aztec Outreach
  • Student-at-Large for the Economic Crisis Response Team
  • Board member on the Aztecs Rock Hunger Leadership Team

As Vice President of Financial Affairs, Dustin’s main goal is to ensure A.S. is supporting the student body however possible. He plans to increase awareness about how A.S. funding works and operates so that student organizations can reach their maximum potential. In addition to striving to break the record for Aztecs Rock Hunger and advocating for the expansion of basic needs programs along, Dustin will be spending this year working to leave SDSU stronger.

George Scott

A.S. Vice President of University Affairs

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George Scott is an international student from Liverpool, England. George is a senior pursuing a degree in Business Marketing.

George’s involvements with Associated Students (A.S.) began Fall 2016, when he served on the Community Service Commission and Recreation and Wellness Commission. Over the next two years, he became the representative and then subsequently the Commissioner of the Recreation and Wellness Commission. During his time spent as a student leader, George became passionate about serving the SDSU student body. While at San Diego State, George has held leadership roles in different areas of campus:

  • A.S. Recreation and Wellness Commission Representative
  • A.S. Recreation and Wellness Commissioner
  • Inter-Fraternity Council Executive Vice President of Health and Wellness
  • Friends of SDSU Leadership Team
  • Transform the ARC Leadership Team
  • Aztec Rock Hunger Leadership Team Member

As Vice President of University Affairs, George will advocate for the betterment of SDSU for all students. George will work closely with the student body, through the University Affairs Board’s “Your Voice Matters” campaign, to ensure that their needs are being heard and action is being taken to ensure every student is comfortable calling SDSU their home.

Christina Brown

A.S. Executive Director

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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 started her career at KPMG and is a certified public accountant. Christina also served on the executive committee and as president of the CSU Auxiliary Organizations Association. Christina has three children and enjoys spending time with family. 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!

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