Meet the Student Advancement Council
Leaders in the Student Advancement Council represent the student body’s interest in furthering private support for Sacramento State. As liaisons to campus auxiliary organizations such as The University Foundation at Sacramento State selected student advancement leaders receive first-hand education about how gifts from students, alumni and other friends provide a margin of excellence at the University. Additionally, student engagement promotes professional acumen, self-confidence, and advancement and fundraising as a future career path.
Here’s what Student Advancement Council members say about their involvement:
Ariel Mosley '14 (Psychology and Philosophy)
Ariel Mosley is a sophomore at Sacramento State majoring in Psychology and Philosophy. She hopes to use her time at Sac State to one day fulfill her dream of obtaining a doctorate in Social Psychology. Ariel is a recipient of the McNair’s Scholarship and is the first generation in her family to attend college.
She recently joined the Student Advancement Council as a Student Advancement leader and has used her engaging and outgoing personality to educate others about the practice of philanthropy. She further hopes to gain more experience in interacting with a diverse body of students and professionals as well as develop her leadership skills as a student representative.
Angelica Carrazco '15 (Biological Sciences)
Angelica Carrazco is a sophomore at Sacramento State majoring in Biological Sciences. She hopes to use her degree to attend veterinary school and become a marine veterinarian. She is in the General Education Honors Program on campus and was a member of the Honors committee. Additionally, she has been involved in the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and is a founding sister for the Honors Society, Delta Epsilon Iota.
She recently joined the Student Advancement Council as a Student Advancement Leader and has lent her creative and artistic abilities to help raise awareness for the importance of philanthropy throughout the CSUS campus. She joined the Council because she wanted to give back to the University that has given her opportunities for growth and learning and the first step in making a difference was to get involved and give back.