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    Mike Maffucci

    Director of Student Life and Leadership, ASG Advisor 
    Mike Maffucci

    Mike Maffucci is the Director of Student Life and Leadership at Pueblo Community College. He also advises the Associated Student Government. Mike 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 5 years as Director of Student Engagement at a North Carolina community college. His hobbies include sports, outdoors, and traveling the United States.

    Jonathan LowePresident
    Jonathan Lowe 

    Since Jonathan began at PCC, summer of 2016, he started a work-study job at the Student Learning Center, joined PTK, and PS Cares Club. Currently, he is working on creating a labyrinth for the PCC campus (a walking meditation tool). Jonathan has been a part of creating one for a local hospital and has personally seen the positive effects for himself and others. Jonathan also volunteers at a local mental health center, the Friendly Harbor. In addition to these activities, Jonathan is also a runner and does triathlons and is planning to do the Iron Man in 2019. Jonathan is not one that likes to sit around and do the bare minimum. In the future, he wants to obtain a Doctorate in Psychology and a Juris Doctorate to change the mental health policies. He likes to be involved and doing something bigger than himself every day and hopes to be a leader that not only leads, yet inspires people to find something they can be a part of that is something bigger than themselves.

    Tracey EjianyaVice President
    Tracey Ejianya  

    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. A year after starting her PCC journey, she continues to work with students in the Financial Aid office and has moved up in rank to Vice President of ASG. Tracey is also PCC’s elected State Student Advisory Council (SSAC) representative. Once per month, she meets with members of the Colorado Community College System and other SSAC representatives from around the State of Colorado. Tracey is proud of both positions she currently holds on campus and is always eager to work with her fellow students.

    Maya DuranDirector of Chartered Organizations 
    Maya Duran 

    Maya Duran is a concurrent enrollment student at Pueblo Community College where she serves on the Associated Student Government as the Director of Chartered Organizations. She aspires to foster a mutually beneficial rapport between herself, ASG, and the student body. Maya will graduate in 2018 with both her high school diploma and an associate of science degree, after which she will pursue a medical degree in psychiatry. Maya competes every year in the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair, which has helped her overcome general anxiety regarding public speaking and embrace a love for competitive academic events. Her other interests are creative writing, debate, and performing arts. 

    Director of Records and Finance 
    Dolores Castillo   

    Dolores Castillo is a non-traditional student, originally from California. She moved to Pueblo, Colorado, which is her grandfather’s hometown. Dolores started school at PCC in the Summer of 2016 majoring in Social Work and is scheduled to graduate Spring 2018. She joined the TRIO program in Fall 2016 and is going to transfer with the TRIO to TRIO program to CSU Fort Collins in Fall 2018 for their wonderful Social Work Master’s program. ASG does so much for PCC Students and she wanted to join in on the fun with helping hands. When not in class, you can find her at the Go!Zone in the Records Department. When she is not on campus, she loves to spend time with her family.