My name is Jissel Esparza and I am a first-generation college student AND Razorback from Jonesboro, Arkansas. I am a senior in the Sam M. Walton College of Business studying Accounting and Finance, with a minor in Spanish. My interest in Associated Student Government first sparked during New Student Orientation when I heard then President, Andrew Counce, speak about the first hand impact that ASG has the ability to make in the lives of students. This really struck me. So many believe that real change is only made at the national level, but the real change is made at the institutional, city, and state level. During my time on the Hill, I’ve been involved with Chi Omega, Razorback Booster Club, Student Alumni Association, Leadership Walton, New Student Orientation, the Office of Annual Giving, and Associated Student Government. In ASG, I’ve served as a Senator At-Large and as a member of the Office of Financial Affairs Board. My plan, as Treasurer, is to simplify the funding application process for RSOs through different channels. One major channel is having the Standing Rules translated into five different languages. So that funding can be available for each and every Razorback-not just those who speak English as their first language. More specific plans about the translation process will be disclosed as the Summer continues, so be sure to check back in. Woo pig!