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2016 GSA Student Leader Spotlight

Other than serving in GSA, there are a few GSA cabinet members that also take on other roles in statewide advocacy and serve in statewide student organizations. These outstanding students also work with other UC campuses and other UC student governments to ensure that your voices are heard in the UC administration. We would like to take this time to recognize them:

Michael Skiles
President, UCLA GSA
Graduate Chair, UC Council of the Presidents

Michael is pursuing a PhD in Philosophy with a focus on ethics. As the Graduate Chair of the UC Councils of the Presidents, Michael works with other UC graduate student government presidents to push for many initiatives that reflect graduate students' interests. Before his election as GSA President, he served as President of the Weyburn & Hilgard Resident's Association and as a member of the Graduate Council of the UCLA Academic Senate. Prior to UCLA, Michael graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University. As a proud grandson of Mexican immigrants and a first-generation college student, he recognized the critical importance of education and so served as the Founder and President of Foundation Tutoring, Princeton's largest service organization, which provided free tutoring and mentorship for hundreds of students throughout Trenton.

Alexander Fung
Director of Communications, UCLA GSA
Student Engagement Officer, UC Student Association (UCSA)

Alexander is a current Master's of Public Policy candidate in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Serving as the UCSA Student Engagement Officer, Alexander works with other UC graduate student governments and undergraduate student governments to solve major student issues such as student food insecurity, homelessness, and mental health. He also serves as the President of the UCLA International Graduate Students Association. Aside from his interests in government policies, Alexander is also specialized in managing organizations. Most notably, Alexander serves as a Business Development Manager at a California S-corporation. Alexander received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from UC Irvine with the highest honor of "Chancellor's Award of Distinction." During his undergraduate career, he also served as the undergraduate student government Administrative Affairs Vice President, which is equivalent to the Vice President of Internal Affairs.

Parshan Khosravi
Director of Discretionary Funding, UCLA GSA
Treasurer, UC Student Association (UCSA)

Parshan Khosravi is a Master's of Public Policy candidate in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Aside from GSA, Parshan also serves as the Treasurer of UCSA. He oversees UCSA's annual budget development and works with different UC student governments on a wide range of issues. His work at UCSA ensures that every dollar that is spent in UCSA reflects students' interests. Parshan travels to Sacramento and Washington D.C. often to meet and lobby politicians to discuss policies that protect students' interests. He received his undergraduate degree from the UC Irvine School of Social Sciences and was identified as one of the top ten student leaders at UC Irvine. Parshan also served as the undergraduate student government President at UC Irvine.

Other than serving in GSA, there are a few GSA cabinet members that also take on other roles in statewide advocacy and serve in statewide student organizations. These outstanding students also work with other UC campuses and other UC student governments to ensure that your voices are heard in the UC administration. We would like to take this time to recognize them:

Michael Skiles
President, UCLA GSA
Graduate Chair, UC Council of the Presidents

Michael is pursuing a PhD in Philosophy with a focus on ethics. As the Graduate Chair of the UC Councils of the Presidents, Michael works with other UC graduate student government presidents to push for many initiatives that reflect graduate students' interests. Before his election as GSA President, he served as President of the Weyburn & Hilgard Resident's Association and as a member of the Graduate Council of the UCLA Academic Senate. Prior to UCLA, Michael graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University. As a proud grandson of Mexican immigrants and a first-generation college student, he recognized the critical importance of education and so served as the Founder and President of Foundation Tutoring, Princeton's largest service organization, which provided free tutoring and mentorship for hundreds of students throughout Trenton.

Alexander Fung
Director of Communications, UCLA GSA
Student Engagement Officer, UC Student Association (UCSA)

Alexander is a current Master's of Public Policy candidate in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Serving as the UCSA Student Engagement Officer, Alexander works with other UC graduate student governments and undergraduate student governments to solve major student issues such as student food insecurity, homelessness, and mental health. He also serves as the President of the UCLA International Graduate Students Association. Aside from his interests in government policies, Alexander is also specialized in managing organizations. Most notably, Alexander serves as a Business Development Manager at a California S-corporation. Alexander received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from UC Irvine with the highest honor of "Chancellor's Award of Distinction." During his undergraduate career, he also served as the undergraduate student government Administrative Affairs Vice President, which is equivalent to the Vice President of Internal Affairs.

Parshan Khosravi
Director of Discretionary Funding, UCLA GSA
Treasurer, UC Student Association (UCSA)

Parshan Khosravi is a Master's of Public Policy candidate in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Aside from GSA, Parshan also serves as the Treasurer of UCSA. He oversees UCSA's annual budget development and works with different UC student governments on a wide range of issues. His work at UCSA ensures that every dollar that is spent in UCSA reflects students' interests. Parshan travels to Sacramento and Washington D.C. often to meet and lobby politicians to discuss policies that protect students' interests. He received his undergraduate degree from the UC Irvine School of Social Sciences and was identified as one of the top ten student leaders at UC Irvine. Parshan also served as the undergraduate student government President at UC Irvine.

Other than serving in GSA, there are a few GSA cabinet members that also take on other roles in statewide advocacy and serve in statewide student organizations. These outstanding students also work with other UC campuses and other UC student governments to ensure that your voices are heard in the UC administration. We would like to take this time to recognize them:

Michael Skiles
President, UCLA GSA
Graduate Chair, UC Council of the Presidents

Michael is pursuing a PhD in Philosophy with a focus on ethics. As the Graduate Chair of the UC Councils of the Presidents, Michael works with other UC graduate student government presidents to push for many initiatives that reflect graduate students' interests. Before his election as GSA President, he served as President of the Weyburn & Hilgard Resident's Association and as a member of the Graduate Council of the UCLA Academic Senate. Prior to UCLA, Michael graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University. As a proud grandson of Mexican immigrants and a first-generation college student, he recognized the critical importance of education and so served as the Founder and President of Foundation Tutoring, Princeton's largest service organization, which provided free tutoring and mentorship for hundreds of students throughout Trenton.

Alexander Fung
Director of Communications, UCLA GSA
Student Engagement Officer, UC Student Association (UCSA)

Alexander is a current Master's of Public Policy candidate in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Serving as the UCSA Student Engagement Officer, Alexander works with other UC graduate student governments and undergraduate student governments to solve major student issues such as student food insecurity, homelessness, and mental health. He also serves as the President of the UCLA International Graduate Students Association. Aside from his interests in government policies, Alexander is also specialized in managing organizations. Most notably, Alexander serves as a Business Development Manager at a California S-corporation. Alexander received his bachelor's degree in Business Administration from UC Irvine with the highest honor of "Chancellor's Award of Distinction." During his undergraduate career, he also served as the undergraduate student government Administrative Affairs Vice President, which is equivalent to the Vice President of Internal Affairs.

Parshan Khosravi
Director of Discretionary Funding, UCLA GSA
Treasurer, UC Student Association (UCSA)

Parshan Khosravi is a Master's of Public Policy candidate in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Aside from GSA, Parshan also serves as the Treasurer of UCSA. He oversees UCSA's annual budget development and works with different UC student governments on a wide range of issues. His work at UCSA ensures that every dollar that is spent in UCSA reflects students' interests. Parshan travels to Sacramento and Washington D.C. often to meet and lobby politicians to discuss policies that protect students' interests. He received his undergraduate degree from the UC Irvine School of Social Sciences and was identified as one of the top ten student leaders at UC Irvine. Parshan also served as the undergraduate student government President at UC Irvine.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines.

GSA was established with the consideration that there is a constant need to provide for the representation of graduate students and the promotion of graduate students' interests on this campus and within the University of California. We also realize that the nature of graduate study requires that a governing body be established that will not unduly burden the individual graduate student who would like to participate and will answer to the students of the different academic disciplines. Furthermore, reasonable procedures must be established to guarantee the fair and responsible representation of all graduate students.

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The Graduate Students Association (GSA) was established in 1936 to promote the interests of all graduate and professional students at UCLA. More than simply graduate student government, GSA is a student-run, ASUCLA-affiliated organization that sponsors a variety of social, academic, and community programs. Our representatives serve on several campus committees to give graduate and professional students a voice in administrative decisions. Our goal is to enrich and improve the entire graduate educational experience. For more information about our organization, and how you can get involved, please explore this website or stop by our office in Kerchkoff 316.

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