Lorenzo Santavicca is the President of the Associated Students of Michigan State University. He is a junior studying International Relations and Economics. Lorenzo has previously served as the Vice President for Academic Affairs, in which he authored the Spartan Code of Honor for Michigan State University; an academic pledge holding all undergraduate students to a higher standard for academic integrity and personal best in research, examinations, and group work. He has also served as a class council representative and intern staff member. During his time at ASMSU, Lorenzo has served on over 11 University academic governance committees, University advisory boards, University administrative search committees and numerous ASMSU sub-committees. As President, Lorenzo serves as the Chief Executive Officer of ASMSU, a 1.8 million dollar organization and one of the largest student government associations in the country. He is the primary delegate and spokesperson of the student body to University Administration as well as local, state and federal government officials. In addition, Lorenzo is the chief administrative officer and the chairperson of the ASMSU General Assembly. Santavicca’s primary focuses for the association in the 2016-17 school year include better transparency for ASMSU’s advocacy work, committed collaboration with our numerous student groups, and intentional empowerment for the student body through leadership and academic success. Santavicca is additionally focused on advocating for improved mental health resources, a more healthy, fit, and active campus community, and spreading awareness for sexual assault prevention and aiding survivors in the fullest capacity possible. Lorenzo’s interest for student government and representation lies within the voice of the student body; he is always open to meeting with any student or group interested in the work of ASMSU.