Student Delegates

The AASP Student Delegate position is a 1 or 2-year commitment. Responsibilities include disseminating information about AASP to students and schools in the surrounding area and serving on a student initiative. Other duties include attending the Student Open and Student Delegate meetings at the annual AASP conference. Delegates must be a current AASP member enrolled in school at the time of application.

To apply for a Student Delegate position, submit the following to

  • Application form
  • A resume or CV that highlights educational experience, leadership experiences, and previous or current AASP involvement

  • A one-page, double-spaced statement of intent describing your proposed involvement in an established student initiative or a new student initiative you would like to develop.

  • A letter of recommendation from a faculty member.

Applications for the Student Delegate positions will be accepted for a period of 6 weeks following the annual conference.

Executive-Board Student Representatives

Leigh Bryant
West Virginia University

Brendan Carr
The University of Georgia

Student Delegates

Dolores Christensen
Springfield College

Nicole Gabana
Indiana University, Bloomington

Bill Way
Ithaca College

Stacy Gnacinski
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Bob Hoople
Argosy University

Hannah Bennett
Middle Tennessee State University

Urska Dobersek
Florida State University

Elena Holler
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville

Eric Martin
Michigan State University

Christine Pacewicz

Taryn Brandt
Springfield College

Angel Brutus
University of the Rockies

Brian Souza
Oregon State University

Brian Avila
California State University, Fullerton

Weston Durham
Lubbock Christian University

Daniel Palac
Adler School of Professional Psychology

Sommer Christie
University of Calgary

Hamish Cox
Cardiff Metropolitan University

Adisa Haznadar
Springfield College

Jordan Schaeffer
University of Wollongong

Rachel Walker
Springfield College

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