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2017-2018 MSU Exec Board!



Carolina Trujillo
Activities Membership Director

My name is Carolina Trujillo. I am from Portland Oregon and graduated from The International School of Beaverton. My major is Psychology. I wanted to be on MSU because I believe that diversity is very important. I wanted to be apart of a group that could bring a community of different cultures, perspectives and lifestyles together and just have fun (: I enjoy doing makeup, watching YouTube, sleeping, and spending time with my family.

 “It always seems impossible until it’s done”

Gabriela Acevedo Solis
Social Membership Director

My name is Gabriela Acevedo and I am a sophomore this year majoring in Education with a minor in Spanish. In the future I would like to become a Middle School or High School Teacher. I am a graduate of Central High School located in Independence OR. and happen to live minutes away from campus. On my free time i enjoy spending quality time with my family and friends and traveling. My hobbies include; reading, sports, listening to music, and being involved on campus. This is my second year as part of the Executive Board and I have enjoyed my time being part of this organization. I have been able to expand my knowledge on leadership and communication skills that I will continue using in my future careers, as well as get out of my comfort zone. MSU is welcoming and always feels like home. 

“Sometimes you have to forget what you want and think about what you deserve.”




Daniel Lopez

Freshman Advocate 

I am Daniel Lopez. I’m from Dallas, OR where I also graduated from Dallas High School. I am a freshman and majoring in Exercise Science. My hobbies include singing, dancing, and going to the gym. I chose MSU because my older sister was a part of it when she was still a student.

“Shoot for the stars. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” -Les Brown




Blanca Miranda-Aguilar 
Public Relations

Hi, my name is Blanca Miranda. I was born in Cuerámaro Guanajuato, México but raised in Arroyo Grande, California. I lived in Salem, Oregon for about two years and graduated from Sprague High School. I’m currently a sophomore and majoring in Early Childhood Education. Hope to one day become a Kindergarten teacher. I like going on swims, runs, watch TV shows, and just go on late night walks. MSU helped me in many ways, one being that it helped me with my communication skills. I want to be part of an organization that helps others in so many ways. 

“En la vida lo importante no son los obstáculos si no saber reconocerlos a tiempo para poder liberarlos.” -Yago





Christopher Linares- Espinoza 

My name is Christopher Linares -Espioza. I am from Portland, Oregon. I graduated from David Douglas High School. I am double majoring in Psychology and Communication Studies. I like to hangout with friends, listen to music, play instruments, and sports.

“Earn it”







Jasmine Sosa-Santiago

Campus Advocate

My name is Jasmine Sosa-Santiago. I am from Dallas, Oregon. I graduated from Dallas High School and I am currently a sophomore pursuing a major in biology. I currently do not have that much time for any hobbies, but I guess one of my current hobbies would be watching movies. I chose MSU because when I attended their meetings/events during new student week they made me feel welcomed. It became like a home away from home, because everyone was so caring and friendly. I knew it was something that I wanted to not only be a part of but also be.






Anna Hernandez-Hunter

Hello! My name is Anna Hernandez-Hunter and I am originally from Raisin City, California. I moved to Oregon in 1991 and graduated from Dayton High School. I also graduated from Western Oregon University with a BA in Secondary Education (focus in Spanish). I was in the Ed Program that I met my husband, Robert, Who is a middle school Science Teacher in the Salem Keizer School District. We have 4 boys, Elias (who is 13) and Alex, Adam and Evan (who are 7). My hobbies are reading, scrap booking and crafting. I have been involved with MSU both as a student executive board member myself and later as an Advisor since 1992. 

“You cannot un-educate the person who has learned to read.  You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride.  You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore.”  – Cesar E. Chavez