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    ASG President - Tracey Ejianya

    President  
    Tracey Ejianya 
    719-549-3300 
    Tracey.Ejianya@pueblocc.edu

    Tracey Ejianya moved to Pueblo in January of 2016 with her family. Once in Pueblo, she pursued aspirations to further her education by enrolling in classes at Pueblo Community College in pursuit of an Associates of Arts degree in Business Management.

    While enjoying her first semester at PCC, Tracey wanted to get more involved with the college. She was hired as a work-study in the Financial Aid Office and became director of records and finance for the Associated Student Government. Currently, she works in the Business and Advanced Technology dean’s office and has increased her responsibilities from vice president to president of the Associated Student Government. Tracey has also served as PCC’s elected State Student Advisory Council (SSAC) representative.

    She is proud of both positions she currently holds on campus and is always eager to work with her fellow students. She is also proud to be the voice and representative of the student body.


    ASG VP - Nathan GalushaVice President
    Nathan Galusha   
    719-549-3300
    Nathan.Galusha@pueblocc.edu  

    Nathan Galusha has been a student at PCC for a while now. Recently, he graduated with his associate degree in Respiratory Therapy but plans to be a part of the first class to receive a bachelor’s degree associated with the PCC Respiratory Therapy program.  After completing his bachelor’s degree, Nathan plans to continue his schooling by earning a master’s degree. His aspiration is to become a teacher in the field of respiratory therapy.

    When not studying, Nathan can be found listening to music. He’s played piano for more than 30 years, has been a DJ for 20 years and even owns his own DJ company. More than anything, he really enjoys connecting with people and learning about their lives and goals.  


    ASG Member - Catherine AllenState Student Advisory Council Representative
    Catherine Allen 
    719-549-3300
    Catherine.Allen@pueblocc.edu  

    Cathy is a nontraditional student and has attended PCC since fall 2015. After completing her AAS in Respiratory Therapy in May 2018, she decided to complete an AA and transfer to obtain a bachelor’s degree.

    Cathy is involved in the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, TRIO Student Support Services, Veteran’s Upward Bound and the Respiratory Care Club. She is a student mentor and a volunteer at the Panther Student Pantry and serves on the board of directors for the Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation. One of her favorite activities on campus is leading New Student Orientations. Being one of the first to welcome these students helps her to connect students to their new community and to make them aware of the many available resources, which she has used throughout her time at PCC.

    In her role as PCC’s State Student Advisory Council Representative, she will carry the voice of her peers to the legislature in Colorado and Washington, DC. She welcomes your input. You can usually find her at the Welcome and Information Center, where she is a student work-study.

    When she’s not on campus, she is spending time with her new three-legged friend, Houston.  


    ASG Member - Elena RomeroDirector of Chartered Organizations  
    Elena Romero    
    719-549-3300 
    Elena.Romero@pueblocc.edu

    Elena Romero began taking classes at PCC her junior year in high school. Elena will earn her Associate of Science degree with the intent to transfer to the University of Washington to study microbiology. While attending PCC, she has also earned her CAN and Phlebotomy certification.

    She plans to attain a doctorate degree while serving in the Navy Reserves. Her dream would be working for NASA as a microbiologist/astronaut.

    On campus, Elena likes to volunteer and work in the science lab. Her other hobbies include hiking and backpacking with her dogs.



    ASG Member - Lauren MartinezDirector of Events and Public Relations 
    Lauren Martinez 
    719-549-3300
    Lauren.Martinez@pueblocc.edu

    Lauren Martinez began school at PCC in the fall of 2017. She is currently majoring in nursing, where her goal is to work in labor and delivery and then work her way into the nursery ICU.

    She is 19 years old and loves spending time with her family, watching movies and doing anything that involves the outdoors! She has been a lifeguard for a little more than three years. Taking on leadership roles at work and school has taught her how to be grateful for the good in others and that there is no greater satisfaction than helping others. Lauren is always willing to help out in any way that she can and maintains a positive attitude while doing it.



    ASG Member - Breanne CastilloDirector of Records and Finance
    Breanne Castillo
    719-549-3300
    Breanne.Castillo@pueblocc.edu

    Breanne Castillo moved to Pueblo to attend Pueblo Community College and pursue an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Management. Some goals of Bre's are to graduate from PCC and go on to transfer to and graduate from one of Colorado's fine universities, as well as absorb and retain the knowledge she will gain so that she has the abilities to successfully own and operate her very own business.

    Bre was motivated to join PCC's Associated Student Government because of their strong support with helping the students on campus. She was eager to get involved and is pleased to be joining the current ASG members. Bre is attending her first year of college at PCC. A goal of hers is to bring about an increase in positive student involvement on campus.

    When not in class or on campus, Bre loves to spend her time with her family.


    ASG Advisor - Mike MaffucciDirector of Student Life & Leadership, ASG Advisor
    Michael Maffucci
    719-549-3019
    Michael.Maffucci@pueblocc.edu

    Mike Maffucci is the director of student life and leadership at Pueblo Community College. He has his bachelor’s degree in recreation and leisure studies, with an emphasis in therapeutic recreation, from the University of Mount Olive and his master’s degree in higher education administration from Louisiana State University.

    Prior to coming to Colorado in September 2015, Mike spent five years as director of student engagement at a North Carolina community college.

    His hobbies include sports, the outdoors, photography and traveling the United States. He grew up on Florida’s Space Coast and as a result is a big fan of the US space program.