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Isabelle PierrePresident
Isabelle Pierre

My name is Isabelle Pierre, and I am your ASGRCC-RVC/TRC president. I am a full-time student at RCC pursuing a transfer degree. I have always been interested in politics and policy and joined the student government to give ideas on how to improve the student experience here at RCC. My free time is spent with my dog, taking care of my houseplants, or listening to podcasts. Please feel free to reach out at any time, as I am here to amplify the student voice!

Patrick JacksonVice President 
Patrick Jackson

My name is Patrick Jackson, and I am proud to hold the position of Vice President for the Associated Student Government of Rogue Community College (ASGRCC).

I am currently pursuing my Associates in Business Management within the transfer program.  I also bring my history of service in the Army to the table and have a technical eye when reviewing and accomplishing tasks. This is something I hope to utilize to benefit the ASGRCC as I serve you all in whatever capacity I can.  I am devoted and focused on anything that can aid my fellow students’ quality of life here at Rogue Community College (RCC.)

I spend the little free time I have playing with my two young boys or playing games and watching anime.  I am available to anyone who wants to discuss Clubs, activities, or just hang out and discuss the current game of the moment.

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Executive Secretary
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position vacantDirector of Publicity and Media
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Sam VenturaDirector of Clubs and Organizations 
Sam (Ace) Ventura

Hello, my name is Samuel Ventura; AKA: Ace (see Jim Carey’s ACE VENTURA). I am the Director of Clubs/Organizations and Activities for the Associated Student Government of Rogue Community College (ASGRCC). When I first came to Southern Oregon, I did not really know anyone and was in a part of my life where everything was changing. Without knowing it, I was rediscovering who I am, what I enjoy, and what I am passionate about. Being grown up, I found myself trying to figure out who I want to be when I grow up. Beginning as a student and having to take care of life’s responsibilities was something I struggled with. If it were not for the amazing people and support at Rogue Community College (RCC), I know I would have likely given up on my dreams. I am currently pushing to finish out a psychology degree, and then would like to go into Nursing where my goal is to become a Nurse Practitioner.  I love people. I love helping others. This is the main motivation for my career choice, but also why I joined student government. ASGRCC is now my family away from home that has allowed me to grow as a person and find myself again. Joining ASG was the best decision I made after deciding to come back to school. It truly changed my life, and I am a better person for it. As Director of Clubs/Organizations and Activities for ASGRCC-RWC, my goal is to help each student to find support, a sense of community, and passion for the things that motivate and inspire you. I want to help you make an impact while doing something you enjoy or love alongside other students and staff with similar interests. I hope that each one of you that reads this takes a chance; Start a club, or join a club, become part of student government, or venture to make new friends while here at RCC. The relationships and bonds you create can last a lifetime. I know that to be true for me during my time here.  I hope we get to meet, and I wish you the best for your time here at RCC.

Director of Activities and Eventsposition vacant
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Diversity Coordinatorashley abbott
Ashley Abbott

Greetings from the heart. My name is Ashley Abbott. I started attending Rogue Community College (RCC) in the fall of 2017. I have served as a member of the Associated Student Government of Rogue Community College (ASGRCC) for over two years. I feel fortunate to have started my participation in ASGRCC as the Student Senator on the Redwood Campus of RCC during the 2018/19 school year. I am returning for my third year in ASGRCC in the position of Diversity Coordinator for our team. I originally went to RCC for nursing, but have changed the direction of my career because of my love for phlebotomy. Before attending college, I was a student at Hidden Valley High School and graduated as the class of 2017. When I made the transition from high school to college after the summer break, the feeling of open arms at the Redwood campus inspired me to become part of the ASGRCC crew who made it feel like home.
If you need someone to assist you during fall term, my office hour is on Monday from 9:00am-10:00am!

Student Resource Coordinatorposition Vacant
Position Vacant