ASG Election Candidates

ASG President

Eric Pattison

Eric Pattison


Mission Statement

As ASG President, my top priorities will be strengthening our Bulldog community, enhancing college transfer and job placement opportunities, and actively representing you, the students of Bellevue College.

Why I am running for student president

As president of BC’s Transformational Leadership Club, I am an experienced leader, turning student interests into realities.
With more than 400 hours of accredited volunteer service, business experience streamlining processes at an international cruise line, and having worked full-time as the Communications Specialist for a Seattle Mayoral campaign, I understand and appreciate the core requirements of serving as ASG President.

I am a Gold Medalist on the United States’ Table Tennis Para National Team, which demonstrates my drive to overcome major challenges and succeed as an athlete. I am committed to championing the diverse interests of BC students. Roll with Eric. He’ll roll for you.

Strengthening the Bulldog Community
I will work to increase funding and support for existing and new student-run activities

Enhancing Student Opportunities
I will assemble a student-elected panel as an advisory committee to the Center for Career Connections to better align opportunities with evolving student preferences

Actively Representing Students
I will initiate weekly forums, where students are invited to share ideas to improve campus life. Similarly, I will establish annual attendance requirements for ASG elected officials to ensure your ideas are heard and put into effect

My name is Eric Pattison. I ask for your vote, and would be honored to serve as your ASG President. (Ballots close May 4th) 

Gebriel Amare

Gebriel Amare


Mission Statement

It’s been a privilege to serve the Bellevue College community as a student government officer this past year. My commitment to actively fight for student rights on and off campus is stronger than ever. I welcome the opportunity to serve you all as the ASG President and to continue my contribution to the growth of our campus. In order for student rights to remain relevant and respected, we must be publicly engaged so that our voices are heard, and understood. If elected, I promise to be your voice and fight for what you need on campus.

My Goals

  • Transparency in the parking ticket appeal process
  • Work on a large Bellevue College concert for fall quarter
  • Increase student discounts at local stores and restaurants
  • Continue to find cheaper alternative ways for students to get textbooks

ASG VP of Student Affairs and Pluralism

Sasha Lee

Sasha Lee


Mission Statement

My mission is to utilize positive and dynamic leadership to foster student development, diversity, and establish a more informed and globally active community.

Why I want to be in ASG

I believe I will make the best Vice President because I understand and value the existence of diversity; but not only its existence, but the community, life and activism that is a product of it. My interest in student government comes from my passion to teach and inspire students to embrace their multiplicity—in both their hue and personality—and to see its beauty, in themselves and others. As Vice President I want to be every students’ number one fan: Encouraging them to continue to move forward and contributing to their growth through education, networking, and positive leadership.

ASG VP of Finance and Communication

Frank Mueller

Frank Mueller


Hi, Bellevue College!
My name is Frank Mueller and I am running for Vice President of Finance and Communication. I’ve been part of the wonderful community that is Bellevue College since 2013, working towards an Associate’s Degree in Business. During my time as a student here I have been active both on and off the campus, representing BC at volunteering events with Girls on the Run and the Seattle Tilth Farm as well as taking part in many on-campus groups and opportunities.

I am passionate about helping the programs and clubs of Bellevue College thrive and about making the campus a better place for everyone.

As VP of Finance and Communication I will use my knowledge of finance and accounting to help expand and develop the clubs and programs of the campus. I will help programs manage their budgets for the most efficient and productive uses of your funds. I will work to identify possible avenues of financial growth for clubs and programs and help implement them.

Finally and most importantly, I will give the students of Bellevue College all the tools they need to have the best experience they can during this wonderful and important stage of their lives.

Megan Phan

Megan Phan


Megan knows the ins and outs of ASG and have previously worked as an ASG member overseeing an a million dollar student fund. With this experience she feels that she could contribute a lot to the position of VP of finance and communications. For example she knows the by laws, how project plans work, how preliminary procedure works, and how to manage the budget. She will ensure that student funds will be allocated judicially and ethically.

ASG Campus Life and Events Representative

ASG Emerging Technology and Entrepreneurial Representative

ASG Environmental and Social Responsibility Representative

ASG Marketing and Public Relations Representative

ASG Chief Justice

ASG Associate Justice of Internal Affairs

ASG Associate Justice of External Affairs

VP of External Legislative Affairs

Changes to the ASG Constitution

Approve Amendment Adding a VP Position

Approve Amendment Adding a VP Position


In March 2014, the current Associated Student Government of Bellevue College voted to amend their constitution. This amendment concerns the addition of one position to the student government. The ASG Board of Directors voted to add a Vice President of External Legislative Affairs to better manage the ASG's efforts to lobby the city, state, and federal government on the behalf of students. This position would strengthen the ability of the ASG to represent student voice in public policy. This position would also work with other campuses to coordinate BC's participation in state wide days of action.



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