2021-2022 Executive Board
Vice President: CC Song ’25
Treasurer: Angelica She ’26
Secretary: Sabrina Van ’26
Outreach Chair: Tiffany Zhong ’25
Publicity Chairs: Kristin Jung ’26 & Catherine Zhao ’26
Policy & Service Advocate: Michelle Miao ’26
Cultural Chair: Abby Lu ’26
Audrey Chau ’25, Co-President
Hi AASA! I’m Audrey Chau, a SPIA major and your 2023 AASA Co-President. I call Vietnam home (everyone should visit if you get the chance!), but on campus AASA is home to me. I’m excited to bring to you an AASA that enables everyone to celebrate our shared Asian heritage, have a lot of fun, and engage in meaningful activities to explore the Asian/Asian-American identity. I am especially interested in advocating for mental health issues within the AAPI community. Beyond AASA, I am a member of e-Club’s Output team, team lead at Rem and Company, and copy editor for the Nassau Weekly among other things. Feel free to always say hi and reach out via firstname.lastname@example.org :)
Daniel Hu ’25, Co-President
Computer Science Major
Hey AASA! I’m Daniel Hu, a COS major from the Princeton area, and I’m ecstatic to serve as your 2023 AASA Co-President. I’m particularly passionate about APIDA representation in media as well developing the Asian-American identity here on and off campus. Aside from AASA, I am an officer for the Men’s Club Volleyball team, the web chair for the diSiac Dance Company, a Building Supervisor for Dillon Gym, and am a developer for Hoagie.io. Please feel free to reach out via my email (email@example.com)
CC Song ‘25, Vice President
Civil & Environmental Engineering Major
Hey AASA!! My name is CC and I’m a sophomore from the Boston area majoring in Civil and Environmental Engineering. I am so happy and grateful to have been elected as your new VP after serving as one of your Social Chairs this past year:) For my second year on AASA’s e-board, I hope to further initiatives that strengthen our community while embracing our own diversity and intersectionality with other students on campus—think collaborations with other APIDA affinity groups, AASA x BSU, mental health study breaks (free snacks), and more! Outside of AASA, I’m also a hip hop dancer and treasurer for BAC, a member of PSV, PUEA, ResInDe, and a few other awesome organizations on campus. If you have questions about anything I’ve mentioned or just want to chat in general, please feel free to reach out anytime, I’d love to meet you! My instagram is @c.c.song and email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Angelica She ’26, Treasurer
Civil & Environmental Engineering Major
Hi everyone!! I’m Angelica, and I’ll be serving as your Treasurer this year. I’m a freshman from Chicago planning on majoring in Civil & Environmental Engineering or Chemical & Biological Engineering. As Treasurer, I hope to secure as much funding for as much food + fun as possible! I’m excited to meet more people and plan social events. Outside of AASA, I play viola in the Princeton University Orchestra. Also, I like going on walks, which makes all those construction detours a little more enjoyable :) My email is email@example.com if you want to contact me.
Sabrina Van ‘26, Secretary
BSE Computer Science Major
Hi everyone! My name is Sabrina Van, and I’m a COS BSE major (’26) from Fredericksburg, Virginia. I’m so honored and excited to serve as your next AASA Secretary! I am passionate about expanding inclusiveness in Asian-American identities (specifically including more Southeast/Central/South-Asian focuses), and I hope to bring more APIDA speakers, ranging from activists to social media personas. I’ll be in your inboxes a lot, giving you all the details about all the AASA events to come. Other than AASA, I’m a member of the Vietnamese Student Association E-Board, Princeton Sinfonia, and Competitive Programming Club. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org anytime!
Catherine Xie ’26, Social Chair
Hi everyone! I’m Catherine Xie, a prospective English major from Connecticut, and I’m delighted to be one of your 2023 AASA Social Chairs. I’m passionate about telling Asian-American stories in the media and through my own writing, and I hope to help bring the APIDA community closer on campus. Beyond AASA, I’m also the treasurer for Ellipses Slam Poetry. Feel welcome to reach out to me at email@example.com.
Richard Zhou ’26, Social Chair
Electrical & Computer Engineering Major
Hi AASA! I’m Richard Zhou, a prospective ECE major from New Jersey, and I am so excited to be one of your social chairs this semester. I’m really looking forward to building a stronger community within AASA and building a culture focused on unity among APIDA students on campus. You can usually find me playing basketball in Dillon outside of classes, and I’m also an Advising Fellow for Matriculate. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Tiffany Zhong ’25, Outreach Chair
Hey AASA! My name is Tiffany and I’m a sophomore from New York City majoring in neuroscience on the pre-med track. I’m so excited to be your Outreach Chair this year to help uplift voices from the APIDA community, especially during this time when our community is redefining ourselves. Outside of AASA, I’m the treasurer of Princeton’s Neuroscience Network, a co-chair of the Civic Engagement Committee on Butler College Council, and a project leader for the Young Scholars’ Institute volunteer tutoring program. I’d love to meet you all soon and my email is open anytime at email@example.com! <3
Kristin Jung ’26, Publicity Chair
Hi AASA! My name is Kristin, and I’m a freshman from Tucson, AZ and a prospective Sociology major. I’m so grateful and honored to be serving as one of the Publicity Chairs this year. I hope to help AASA create a united front among all platforms to encourage more people to join this amazing group of people and feel like they belong! Outside of AASA, I’m working as a Marketing Assistant with CampusRec and an Employer Engagement Student Assistant with the Center for Career Development. I’m also part of the Menstrual Health Task Force, UN Women Gender & Faith Fellowship, Rem & Company, and a few other organizations. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM on IG at _kristinjung _, I’d love to meet you all!
Catherine Zhao ’26, Publicity Chair
Hey AASA!! My name is Catherine and I am a prospective Economics major. I was born and raised in Beijing, China and I’ve also lived in Connecticut. I am extremely delighted and honored to be one of your publicity chairs this year. I cannot wait to help AASA to build a greater social media presence in order to raise cultural awareness and celebrate cultural heritage. Outside of AASA, I am an assistant editor for the Nasslit, and I am also involved in a few other amazing clubs like PLJ and SoF. Would love to meet you all and feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com！
Michelle Miao ’26, Policy & Service Advocate
Hey AASA! My name is Michelle and I’m a first year prospective SPIA major from Oxford, Ohio (near Cincinnati). I’m so excited to serve as your Policy and Service chair this year! I’m passionate about politics and activism so I can’t wait to plan events centered around APIDA policy issues and that will broaden our civic engagement as a group. Outside of AASA, I write for the ‘Prince,’ serve as communications officer for Princeton College Dems, and am involved with other clubs like Princeton Chinese Theater. I can’t wait to meet everyone, and please feel free to contact me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org :)
Abby Lu ’26, Cultural Chair
Hey AASA! My name is Abby, and I’m a frosh from Hong Kong and a prospective SPIA major. I’m honored and humbled to serve as your Cultural Chair this year. I hope to use arts (think collaborations with dance groups), food, travel events (think K-town food tours) alongside other initiatives (collaborations with Coffee Club?) to create spaces where we feel comfortable sharing our vulnerabilities and having difficult conversations. I’m particularly passionate about uplifting APIDA mental health, especially in the wake of COVID and recent political turmoils. I can’t wait to use this platform to promote intercultural understanding, and share the wonderful art and culture of our APIDA communities with the wider Pton community. Outside of AASA, I’m also a part of The ‘Prince,’ Quipfire! Improv Comedy (certified funny), PUCP, Sympoh, and other fabulous communities. I’d love to meet you all, so please reach out to grab a coffee or a meal with me! My instagram is @abbyaintgotabs and my email is AL8944@princeton.edu