College of Letters and Sciences

Devon Mills
Finance Committee, Chair

devonSchool Representing: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major: Political Science and Justice Studies
Year in School: Senior

Devon is one of the 11 Senators representing the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and is also the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.  He is a Senior pursing concurrent Bachelors of Science degrees in Political Science and Justice Studies.  Outside the Undergraduate Student Government, Devon works down at the Arizona State Legislature as a Senior Senate Page, gives tours of ASU’s Tempe Campus as a member of Devils’ Advocates, and is heavily involved in his Fraternity, Delta Sigma Phi.  After graduation, Devon is planning on attending Law School and going into domestic public policy.

Steven Lee
Finance Committee

steven leeSchool Representing: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major: Political Science / Minor: US History
Year in School: Senior

My name is Steven Lee and I grew up in Yorba Linda, California. I am a senior studying Political Science and minoring in U.S. History. Outside of the classroom I enjoy reading, exercise, and listening to talk radio.

Richard Moorhead
University Affairs Committee

richardSchool Representing: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major: History
Year in School: Sophomore

My name is Richard Moorhead. I grew up in New Jersey, and came to ASU to work and learn in a situation where I could adjust to a new environment while maintaining connections with family and friends in Arizona. My father is a 1979 graduate of ASU. I myself enjoy hiking, reading, and I am a research assistant for Dr. Donald Critchlow. I’m involved with numerous clubs and organizations on campus and look forward to working with my peers to represent CLAS in Student Government.

Kevin Moore
Appropriations Committee, Co-Chair

kevinSchool Representing: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major: Political Science
Year in School: Junior

My name is Kevin Moore, and I am from Los Angeles. I’m a junior majoring in Political Science at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and I am serving on the appropriations committee as the Co-chair. I’m very grateful for the opportunity to serve in the USG Senate as it gives me an outlet for promote positive change on campus.

Ha Mai
Appropriations Committee

maSchool Representing: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major: Global Health
Year in School: Sophomore

Ha was born in Vietnam and moved to the U.S with her family when she was nine years old. She graduated from Perry High School in Gilbert and received the Dorrance Scholarship. During the 2012-2013 school year, she was awarded intern of the year. Her purpose for running for Senate is to connect the ideas between students, teachers and staff. Her goal is to make everyone be represented and a part of a great ASU Sundevil family. She is currently serving her lovely constituents as Senator Mai on the Appropriation committee.

Deanna Demarest
Appropriations Committee

deannaSchool Representing: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major: Psychology and Philosophy Minor: French
Year in School: Junior

My name is Deanna Demarest, and I’m currently pursuing a Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies in Psychology and Philosophy, with a minor in French. Eventually after university I would love to pursue a Master’s in Psychology and work as a humanistic psychologist with families and relationships. As well as being involved with Undergraduate Student Government, I’m a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority and work on the New Member Committee and Fraternal Relations; I eventually hope to establish a non profit organization against domestic violence, using the knowledge I have learned from ASU, and everything else I have been involved in to make as big as an impact as I possibly can in society. Other than that, I love being outdoors, hiking, and am an avid fan of hockey. Go Devils! I’m excited for this upcoming year and what it has in store for me.