Jordan Frost, 22, is in his final year here at WSU studying History. Jordan graduated from Kent-Meridian High School in Kent, Washington. During his time here he has been a Resident Advisor, Assistant Hall Director, Cougar Connector, and President of the Residence hall Association, among other leadership positions. Jordan greatly values the power of the student voice and representative leadership. He is really excited about the opportunity to serve as Student Body President and build a government that is attentive to student voices, responsive to student needs, and productive. Jordan’s biggest piece of advice to incoming freshmen is to take time to explore all WSU has to offer, before settling on one club or major.
Kyle is a Coug from humble beginnings on his family’s dairy farm near Bellingham, WA. He’s currently earning a degree in Economic Sciences with an emphasis in Agriculture, as well as minors in Business and Spanish. Kyle has been involved with ASWSU and Greek life for the past four years with multiple terms on the ASWSU Executive Staff and his fraternity’s Executive Board. Kyle also serves as a member on the School of Economic Sciences Alumni & Friends Board to raise funding for the college, and has work experience ranging from agricultural to financials, and plans to attend law school upon graduating college. Kyle has experienced ASWSU culture for the last 4 years serving from a committee member to director, and strives to build upon successful programs as well as implement fresh new ideas to allow all Cougs to come together.