2021-2022 Executive Board
Vice President: Nelson Chow ’23
Treasurer: Sophia Chen ’24
Secretary: Sophia Zheng ’23
Outreach Chair: Jerry Jiao ’24
Social Media Chair: Warren Quan ’24
Policy & Service Advocate: Jessica Wang ’24
Cultural Advocates: Daniel Hu ’24 & Noori Zubieta ’24
Jennifer Lee ’23, Co-President
SPIA Major, Certificate in Italian
Hi AASA! My name is Jennifer Lee and I’m absolutely elated to be your 2021 Co-President! I’m incredibly passionate about intersectionality as it pertains to the Asian American experience, as well as APIDA representation in the workplace and the media. In particular, I hope to bring the Princeton APIDA community together by creating a safe and inclusive space for all. On campus, I’m also the co-chair of the Pace Civic Leadership Council, a Project Manager with Princeton University Nonprofit Consulting, a Vote100 Fellow, and an undergraduate associate with the Program in Law and Public Policy! Please don’t hesitate to reach out — I’d love to chat or grab a meal, be it AASA-related or email@example.com
Kesavan Srivilliputhur ’23, Co-President
Chemistry Major, Certificates in Materials Science/Global Health Policy/Sustainable Energy
Hey y’all! I’m Kesavan (Keso), I’m a chem major from Dallas, TX, and I’m hyped to be your 2021 AASA Co-President. I’m especially passionate about APIDA representation in politics and civic engagement. Aside from AASA, I’m a managing editor of the Princeton Political Review, a Vote100 Fellow, and a member of the Princeton Hindu Satsangam. Please feel free to reach out to me either via email (kesavans) or insta (@ksrivilliputhur)!
Nelson Chow ‘23, Vice President
Molecular Biology Major
Hi! I’m Nelson Chow, a sophomore concentrating in mol bio! I’m from Long Island and i like doing service projects that directly supports APID communities.Outside of AASA, I am the Co-chair of the Civic Leadership Council and I’m on the sailing team. You can reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophia Chen ’24, Treasurer
Molecuar Biology Major
Hi AASA! My name is Sophia Chen and I’m so excited to be serving as AASA’s treasurer for the 2021-2022 year! I’m a first-year from Seattle, WA planning on majoring in Molecular Biology. I’m passionate about APIDA representation in media and mental health, and celebrating APIDA cultures. Aside from AASA, I’m involved in the Pace Civic Leadership Council, Matriculate, and Hatch Tutors. I love meeting new people so feel free to reach out anytime at email@example.com!
Sophia Zheng ’23, Secretary
Economics Major, Certificates in Finance/Statistics and Machine Language
Hi! My name is Sophia, a sophomore interested in majoring in Economics with certificates in Finance and Statistics and Machine Learning. I hope to promote thought-provoking discussions about US-China foreign relations and cultivating a sense of learning and Asian-American cultural understanding within Princeton and beyond. I was a violinist and music ambassador with the National Youth Orchestra of the USA. Outside of AASA, I am a member of Princeton Women in Entrepreneurship, Girl Up, and Princeton University Orchestra. I am also Princeton University Nonprofit Project Manager and Treasurer of Princeton US-China Coalition.
Akaneh Wang ’24, Social Chair
Hi everyone!! My name is Akaneh and I’m a freshman from NYC thinking of concentrating in BSE (not sure what exactly yet though). I’m serving as your social chair for the semester, and I’m passionate about Asian representation in media. Outside of AASA, I’m also on the Forbes College Council and The Prince as a cartoonist! Feel free to email me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org! I’d love to talk, and super excited to meet you all!
Jerry Jiao ’24, Outreach Chair
Wagwon, my name Jerry and I’m from Toronto, Canada. My life would not be complete without good music and sports. For the upcoming year, I’d love to expand AASA’s network to host APIDA figures from sports, music, and entertainment industries. Hmu anytime to play League and Valorant <3
Warren Quan ’24, Social Media Chair
Prospective COS BSE Major, Certificates in Finance/Entrepreneurship
Helllooo! I’m Warren Quan, a current first-year student intending to concentrate in COS (possibly) BSE (maybe)! I’m originally from San Francisco, California and I still think that the west coast is the best coast :)))! I am passionate about APIDA representation in all kinds of media. I am involved in multiple activities outside of AASA, from being in the E-Club’s Design Team to a Cartoons Editor for the Daily Princetonian! If you want to reach out and talk about anything at all (I am lonely and am in need of friends so please!), feel free to reach out at email@example.com!
Jessica Wang ’24, Policy & Service Advocate
Chemical and Biological Engineering Major
Hi! I’m Jess Wang, AASA’s Policy & Service Advocate. I am a first-year student from Philadelphia planning to concentrate in CBE. Some APIDA issues that are important to me include promoting intersectionality (especially related to gender), voter engagement, and mental health. Outside of AASA, I play clarinet in Princeton Sinfonia, and I enjoy embroidering, getting boba (of course), and meeting new people! Please reach out! firstname.lastname@example.org
Noori Zubieta ’24, Cultural Advocate
Prospective Math/Physics/Comparative Literature Major
Hey! I’m Noori Zubieta, and I’m a first-year from north Jersey who might major in math, physics, or comparative literature. As one of AASA’s Cultural Advocates, I am passionate about bringing Asian and Asian American traditions, literature, films, and art to the Princeton community as well as supporting other campus affinity groups in their efforts. Outside of AASA, I copy edit for the Nass Weekly, draw and paint for fun, and am always reading. Feel free to reach out at email@example.com!
Daniel Hu ’24, Cultural Advocate
Prospective COS Major
Hi! My name is Daniel, I’m from Queens, New York, and I’m leaning toward majoring in COS. I’m one of AASA’s cultural advocates this semester, so I’m responsible for organizing events and initiatives that can spread broader awareness about APIDA culture and arts. One of the reasons I’m a cultural advocate is because I’m passionate about Asian American art and literature: I haven’t had much experience with artwork that Asian Americans have created beyond some plays, but I have had the chance to read different authors’ takes on the Asian American experience and wanted to give them a broader audience at Princeton. Outside AASA, I’m also a part of ReHack, PUNC, and Matriculate. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org!