Year: 3rd Year
Major: Business Finance and Political Science
Hometown: Placentia, California
Why I joined: Aztecs Rock Hunger is a definitive example of what it looks to come together as a community under a common cause. I believe everyone deserves access to basic needs, and therefore I want to do everything I can to help support the cause.
Year: 3rd Year
Minors: Public Health, Honors Interdisciplinary studies
Hometown: Bay Area, CA
Why I joined: I joined Aztecs Rock Hunger because of my passion for service. To me service is a dedication to improving others lives through inclusivity, unity, and proactive steps and Aztecs Rock Hunger encompasses just that. Through my experiences with Aztecs Rock Hunger last year, I know that together, we can make a powerful impact for the San Diego and the SDSU community and I am excited to do that again!
Year: 4th Year
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies (Media & Communications)
Hometown: Lake Elsinore, California
Why I joined: The reason I joined the ARH Leadership Team is due to the numerous counts of community members not getting the daily amount of meals they need per day. Serving our community for the betterment of their basic needs is a strong passion that I have. I also joined knowing that I would be working with a group of passionate members who are strongly committed to fighting food insecurity in the San Diego community. I want this to be a great experience where I can look back and remember the positive impact we left on the student campus / 619 community.
Year: 3rd Year
Hometown: Lompoc, CA
Why I joined: I joined because I love helping others and have always cared deeply for helping people dealing with hunger. ARH is such an amazing group working to help so many deal with an issue that has affected everyone in one way or another.
Year: 2nd year
Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga
Why I joined: I joined Aztecs Rock Hunger because I have a passion for helping people and fighting food insecurity. Food is a necessity that unfortunately many in our community do not have access to. I have seen the good that Aztecs Rock Hunger has done in the past for the community, and I am extremely excited to help make a positive impact for families in need.
Year: Senior (4th Year)
Major: Business Management, Marketing Minor
Hometown: Dos Palos, CA
Why I joined: I joined ARH because I know how much students can impact a wide range of people by bringing awareness and using our resources to help those who may need it. Coming from a low income community, I have seen my peers and families deal with food insecurities and I wanted to help showcase the importance of community resources that fight against the ongoing food insecurity issue in CA. Being a part of a campaign that promotes the fight of food insecurity has encouraged me to continue to use my voice as a student leader to help SDSU students and families in my new San Diego community.
Year: 4th year
Major: Public Health
Hometown: San Francisco
Why I joined: Aztecs Rock Hunger is a campaign that directly affects the communities I serve on campus and I want to further be a part of helping and connecting our campus to something so great! I grew up utilizing my local food bank and have then since strived to fight food insecurity and be an advocate for those who need it most. ARH allows us to give back to our larger SD community while also representing student voices locally on campus. I look forward to challenging our limits of service while also supporting our AS pantry for the rest of the academic year.
Year: Third Year
Major: Business Management Major
Hometown: Simi Valley
Why I joined: I joined ARH this year to help fight food insecurity in San Diego. I discovered ARH and could not wait to help out with the campaign and feed the 619. Through these tough times and the Covid-19 pandemic I feel a call to action and want to serve my community in any way I can.
Year: 4th Year
Major: Business Management
Hometown: Ramona, California
Why I joined: I joined ARH because I believe that food insecurity affects the whole person, physically and mentally. It can have a large effect on children’s performance in school and adults keeping work. Hunger is a root problem that creates a chain of tough events for individuals and has a large impact on health. As I think it’s important to fight for others to live their life to the fullest, it’s vital to fight for those experiencing food insecurity.
Major: MIS w/ minor in honors interdisciplinary studies & marketing
Hometown: Fremont, CA
Why I joined: I joined because it is evident how detrimental the effects of COVID-19 have been in our community and I want to be able to help alleviate that.