ASB President - Samantha Robillard

Samantha Robillard - ASB President


Hi! My name is Samantha Robillard, but everyone just calls me Sam. I am this years? ASB President. I am from Zillah, Washington.  I am currently working to get my Associates in Arts and Associates in Science. The plan is to transfer to a university but I currently have no idea which one and while there, I plan to get my Bachelors in Chemical Engineering.  The main reason I came to WWCC was to play softball but then I became an Executive Assistant last year. I then decided I wanted to continue that job and ran for President. Our ASB team is already hard at work planning activities for everyone to enjoy so make sure you stay updated and if you have any questions head up to the S.A.C. and drop by our offices.

ASB Excutive Vice President - Amy DeLong

Amy DeLong - ASB Executive Vice President


Hello! :) My name is Amy DeLong and I am this year?s 2013-2014 Executive Vice president! I am a 20 year old from small town Vale, Oregon who decided to come to WWCC for its academic record and to play Womens Basketball. After I graduate in the spring, I plan to transfer to a four-year institution, to obtain a Bachelor?s, then Master?s degree in Horticulture and Ag Business. I have played volleyball, basketball, and tennis competively my whole life. The outdoors is my calling and would much rather be out in a field then in an office for the rest of my life. I am excited for the new school year and to be a part of this years ASB team! Get ready for another great year Walla Walla!

ASB Business Vice President - Saige Stefanski

Saige Stefanski - Business Vice President


Hello everyone!  My name is Saige Stefanski, your Business Vice President.  I was born and raised in Palmer, Alaska and I absolutely love it there, it will always be my home.  I am a sophomore here at Walla Walla Community College.  I chose to attend WWCC because I was recruited to play basketball.  I am in the process of getting my AA-degree and then I pan on transferring on to a 4-year University where I hope to continue playing basketball and furthering my education.  I have really enjoyed my experience at WWCC and I am looking forward to another great and memorable year! Go Warriors!

Activities Vice President - MeShel Rad

MeShel Rad - ASB Activities VP


Hi! My name is Meshel Rad and I am your Activities Vice President. I was born and raised in Cottonwood, Idaho. I chose to attend WWCC because I was recruited to play basketball. This is my second year at Walla Walla. I have really enjoyed my experience at WWCC and I am looking forward to another great year. I plan to get my AA degree and then transfer to a 4-year university to continue playing basketball and pursue a degree in Business communications and minoring in coaching. Outside of school, I like to hang out with friends, be outside and just do anything that involves talking or something athletic. Our ASB team is planning many great activities for you all to enjoy as well, so please come join in all of the fun! My door is always open and I am more than willing to answer your questions and help better your experience here at WWCC. Let's make this a great year!

ASB Media & Tech. Vice President - Kenzie Fuhrman

Kenzie Fuhrman - Media & Tech VP

Hi! Im McKenzie Fuhrman and I am your 2013-2014 ASB Media & Technologies Vice President! My job in ASB is to be a positive representative of the WWCC student body. I maintain the ASB website, ASB Facebook page, and edit each issue of the Warrior Weekly (out every Monday on campus and online).

I grew up in Weston Oregon, about 30 miles south of Walla Walla. I chose to come to WWCC because it is close to my family, and out of High school, I was not sure what I wanted to do yet. This is my 2nd year at CC and I love the people and atmosphere so much! Right now, I am working on getting my AA degree, and then plan to transfer to a 4-year university when I finish that. I am still UN sure of what I would like to pursue when I am finished with school, although I am getting some ideas. What catches my attention right now is digital art and web design and sports management. Hopefully I will be lucky enough to find a university that has a some type of program for this and continue my schooling there.

Luckily, being the Media and Tech VP, gives me an opportunity to work on the things that I enjoy, such as web and digital design! I love being a part of ASB and getting to know a variety of students, as well as assisting students in having a positive experience. I hope I am an approachable, fun, hard-working leader here at WWCC!