RCDE ASUSU Katherine Sulivan 2012-2013 VP
Executive Vice President - Moab
RCDE ASUSU Official
My name is Katherine Sullivan and I am currently enrolled at the USU-Moab campus to earn my Masters in Human Resources. I also work full-time at Seekhaven, a local non-profit, and volunteer with community organizations. I have lived in Moab year-round since moving here in the spring of 2008. I love the variety of outdoor activities available and enjoy mountain biking, hiking, and canyoneering. I like to cook and have recently been learning about at-home canning practices. I enjoy being back in the classroom and hope to put my degree to work as an HR manager soon after graduating.
The majority of students at USU-Moab do not fit into the traditional mold of a college student. We have full-time jobs, families, and community obligations?and go to school. As your voice on the RCDE student council, I want to make sure that the unique needs of Moab students are represented and addressed. I believe this can be done two ways: firstly, by spending student activity fees according to student wishes and needs. All students taking classes at the Moab campus pay student activity fees and I believe the funds should be spent well. Using surveys and individual feedback, I want to ensure the money we pay is used to our benefit. Secondly, I want to represent student interests by providing regular communication between current students and the USU-Moab campus planning group. USU-Moab is at the beginning of a transitional period due to the development of a new campus and expansion of services. I want to help facilitate an easier transition by serving as a liaison between the USU-Moab students, administration, and planners. As your representative, I plan to attend USU-Moab campus planning events and keep students up-to-date on events as they happen. In short, I want to make sure that the unique perspective and needs of USU-Moab students are understood and met in full.