Campus Activities Board Elections
All HPU students are invited to vote in the upcoming election. Elections for the 2013-2014 will be held Monday, March 11 through Friday, March 15, 2013 online through HPU Pipeline. Voting will occur online through HPU Pipeline.
Meet the candidates for your 2013-2014 Campus Activities Board
Peter Pol Borcena - Chair - Campus Activities Board
Julie Castillo - Co-Chair - Campus Activities Board
Mylynne Simon - Co-Chair - Campus Activities Board
Viviana Mendez - Administration Director - Campus Activities Board
This school year CAB was able to put out many events, from the Haunted House, Mystery Bus Tour, and Masquerade dance. With the success of every event CAB was able to present to the student body- behind the scenes we faced many setbacks. With that, there are definitely improvements that I have learned throughout the year that CAB can apply next school year. Some changes that I hope to introduce if voted for Chairperson are: increase student involvement in CAB, more accountability given to officers (to implement the best events possible), and have more “mini” events (such as movie nights, prize giveaways).
With the implementation of the Student Activities Fee next school year, CAB will be better equipped to bring the student body with many more events. Carrying that responsibility, CAB will need a Chairperson who has experienced the “behind the scenes” work that is required to make these events successful, have the ability to bring people together, and manage a team effectively. Because of those descriptions, I believe that I am the best person for the job. <back to top>
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My name is Mylynne Simon, and I am running for Campus Activities Board Co-Chair. I am interested in being a leader in CAB because even though this is only my second semester in college, CAB has helped my college experience that much better. It was one of the first clubs I signed up for this organization during the fall Club Carnival, and it was the only one I stuck with. CAB has allowed me to grow even more as a leader and has expanded my network of friends and associates greatly.
|Viviana Mendez - Administration Director - Campus Activities Board
Born in Mexico City D.F., Mexico Viviana Mendez came to the United States in 1995, and became citizen after her father, a talented Ophthalmologist became awarded citizenship by the U.S. government. Viviana attended Francis W. Parker Lower, Middle and Upper School until she was 18. Besides being in various clubs, such as Girl’s League, Spanish Club, and French Honors Club, Viviana also played sports year round and was varsity captain in Lacrosse and Cheer.
Today, Viviana lives in Kaneohe attending Hawai’i Pacific University, with the aspiration to better the lives of those around her with awareness, education, and well-being. While being treasurer in high school for Girls’ League Club, today she is currently Treasurer of Health Promotion and Wellness Association (HPWA). By obtaining a leadership position on the Campus Activities Board, Viviana will feel more connected to HPU. Without doubt, she wants to dedicate her time to other students and the environment around her. Being in health science and HPWA, she demonstrates the need to better our student community. Around the HPU campus, there is a lack of school spirit. If Viviana was elected for a position on CAB, she will work hard to change this. By using superb motivation, excellent financial, and exceptional organization skills, Viviana will work diligently to better our students’ community. <back to top>