ASB President Kirsten Joyce Ignacio
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Ignacio has been a member of the leadership class for 4 years. She is also involved in church, and volunteers for help at Kaiser Hospital. She is currently a senior enrolled in AP classes as she has been for the past years.
Ignacio ran for the position because she wanted to make a difference in the school and run things differently than her predecessors. This year, she will strive to bring more activities on campus along with more involvement in the student body, she said.
“I am hoping to change the view of leadership, because I want us to be viewed as more than just a poster-making class,” she said.
Ignacio said she feels lucky to be given this position and the opportunity to have the power to make change. Overall, the job of the ASB president is to make sure that the leadership class gets their jobs done, and improve or
help the school in any way.
“I want to start off a change for the future leadership classes and officers. That way, hopefully students outside of leadership can see how hard we
really work,” said Ignacio.