ASEOU Executive Board & Senators
The senate is composed of the ASEOU president and 8 senators. The senate are all elected by popular vote. We also have the judicial board which is composed of 3 justices who are elected by the senate. In addition to the senate and judicial board we have 4 directors who are recognized officers. We have directors for political affairs, financial affairs, campus affairs, and diversity & equity.
Meet the members of ASEOU Student Government
President: Daysi Bedolla
Director for Financial Affairs: Leslie Thompson, Jr.
Director for Political Affairs: Andrea Camacho
Director for Campus Affairs: Ramon Fukuichi
Director for Diversity and Equity: Celina Taylor
Le Bailey, Director of Student Involvement
Le is a 2006 and 2008 graduate of Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Theatre and a Master of Science in Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration. Serving as an ASEOU advisor since 2010, he is passionate about student politics, social change, leadership development, and higher education administration.
Le is the Director of Student Involvement and has worked at Eastern Oregon University for 9 years. He oversees the Center for Student Involvement and Hoke Union Building and works as a resource for students, faculty, and staff across campus. Among other activities on campus, he advises the Eastern Student Entertainment programming board, assist clubs and organization activities and programs, as well as provide leadership development opportunities to students.
Le loves working with students and thrives from the power of emotional intelligence leadership. He believes in getting to know the students at EOU and discussing our shared experiences in order to encourage conversation toward student success and address the needs of all students.
Lacy Karpilo, Vice President for Student Affairs
Dr. Lacy Karpilo joined Eastern Oregon University in February 2017 as the Vice President for Student Affairs. Lacy’s background includes over 15 years of experience as a leader in higher education. Her experience includes overseeing programs that include diversity and inclusion, enrollment services, student development, academic support services, housing, and campus life. Lacy has worked at a variety of private and public institutions in Oregon, Alaska, Washington, Colorado, and California. She has a Ph.D. in Education and Human Resources (emphasis: Higher Education) from Colorado State University, an MA in Counseling Psychology from University of Denver, and a BA in Psychology from Occidental College.