Georgia Frost, President

Office: 517-884-8077
Twitter: @ASMSU_Pres

Georgia Frost (she/her/hers) is the President of the Associated Students of Michigan State University, the undergraduate Student Government! She is a fourth-year in the James Madison College studying International Relations and Political Theory & Constitutional Democracy. As President of ASMSU, Georgia is the Chief Executive Officer of the 2 million dollar organization – one of the largest student governments in the United States of America. Georgia is also the primary delegate and spokesperson of the student body to the University Administration as well as to our external partners. In addition, Georgia is the chief administrative officer and the chairperson of the ASMSU General Assembly. 

In her free time, Georgia loves skiing, hiking, spending time with loved ones, and watching shows about government and politics. Georgia hopes that you will consider joining ASMSU in our collective effort to better the undergraduate student experience. Please reach out to our VPIA Jordan Kovach ( if you have any questions about joining us. As an elected officer for the student body, Georgia hopes that you will consider reaching out to her by email ( about anything and everything. She cares about you and wants to hear your story.

Kyle Biel
Chief of Staff

Kyle Biel is the Chief of Staff of the Associated Students of Michigan State University. Kyle is a 3rd year student in the Eli Broad College of Business studying accounting and information systems. In his role as Chief of Staff, Kyle oversees 40+ staff members across 7 different ASMSU departments. Within this role, Kyle also serves as the staff liaison to the General Assembly and the rest of the Office of the President. Kyle is excited to speak with students about the work staff does, and eager to help them find their place in ASMSU, if you would like to connect with Kyle please email him at

Christine So
Chief Diversity Equity & Inclusion Officer

Christine So is one of the Chief Officers as the Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer for ASMSU. She is currently a Senior at Michigan State pursuing a BA in Music with an Oboe performance cognate and Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor. She also serves as the Association of Big Ten Schools (ABTS) Director of DEI where she gets to advocate for not only ASMSU but the 500,000 students in the Big Ten. As the CDEIO, Christine works closely with the CORES (Council of Racial and Ethnic Students) & COPS (Council of Progressive Students) Coalition as a liaison between them and ASMSU. Together, they work on advocacy efforts for marginalized students on campus for a more inclusive campus experience. Christine has also worked with external campus partners and offices such as Student Life & Engagement, REHS, RHS, OCAT, I3, and more. Internally within ASMSU, she works closely with different departments to ensure equitable policies and programs with an overall effort to diversity, equity, and inclusion in this organization. If you would like to get in contact with Christine to give her DEI related concerns, questions, or comments, do not hesitate to email her at

Aaron Iturralde
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Pronouns: he/him/his

Aaron Iturralde is the Vice President for Academic Affairs at ASMSU. He is studying Social Relations and Policy with a certification track in Secondary Education. Aaron seeks to enhance the presence of ASMSU within the academic governance structure by fostering a diverse and unified student delegation in the MSU Academic Governance system. He works with administrators and senior faculty members to ensure that all undergraduate students at Michigan State University can have an inclusive and safe academic experience.

Alan Saleh
Vice President for Finance and Operations

Alan Saleh serves as the Vice President for Finance and Operations at ASMSU. As a Junior Supply Chain Management major, his main obligations as VPFO are to oversee the business and service operations. This includes managing services such as Safe Ride, Readership Program, Legal Services, Red Cedar Log Yearbook, iClicker & Calculator rentals, Bluebook Program, Loan Program, and all other ASMSU provided services. In addition to service operation, he advocates to campus administration on behalf of the student body, develops new methods to help make ASMSU resources more engaging and equitable for the student body, and promotes the development of student collaboration efforts. As well, he serves as a point-of-reference for those on the General Assembly - and any inquiring constituents - who seek information on ASMSU's financial processes and guidelines. For any questions, concerns, or ideas, feel free to contact Alan at and he'll be glad to chat or point you in the right direction!

Ishaan Modi
Vice President for Governmental Affairs

Ishaan Modi (he/him/his) is a third-year student at Michigan State, studying History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science in Lyman Briggs College and Social Relations and Policy in James Madison College, with a Spanish minor. Ishaan first fell in love with ASMSU and Governmental Affairs as a General Assembly Representative for Lyman Briggs College in the 57th Session. Ishaan was elected as the Vice President of Governmental Affairs (VPGA) in December 2021. As VPGA, Ishaan is the chief governmental and policy advocate for MSU’s ~40,000 undergraduate students and oversees the government relations activities of ASMSU. He is incredibly passionate about equity and accessibility issues, some of which include making MSU more affordable for students and advocating for policies that will protect student health and advance justice for survivors. Ishaan hopes to become a physician in the future. Although Ishaan is not very much of an athlete himself, outside of ASMSU, he loves watching and attending Michigan State football and basketball games with his roommates and is a lifelong Indianapolis Colts fan.

Ishaan would love to hear from you. Please reach out to him at

Jordan Kovach
Vice President for Internal Administration
Jordan Kovach (they/she) is the Vice President for Internal Administration at ASMSU. She is a Junior majoring in Social Relations & Policy with a certification track in Secondary Education and a minor in History. As the VPIA, Jo works closely with the General Assembly, the legislative body of ASMSU. The GA is made up of elected college representatives as well as reps from the Council of Racial and Ethnic Students (CORES), Council of Progressive Students (COPS), and other governing organizations (Greek Life, Residence Hall Association, Spartan Housing Cooperative, etc.). They ensure that bills and other legislation passed by the GA are effective and in line with the needs of the Spartan community. Aside from this, Jo also assists the Class Councils (Freshmen to Senior) on various events and initiatives that are worked on throughout the year to better serve the Spartan community. In their free time, Jo loves hanging out with her housemates in her cooperative living house and reading through historical ASMSU records. If you are interested in the General Assembly or joining a Class Council, Jordan would be happy to help! Follow the links to the side to get in contact with them!
Harsna Chahal
Vice President for Student Allocations

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Harsna Chahal is the Vice President for Student Allocations. She is a junior in Lyman Briggs College dual majoring in Human Biology and Neuroscience with a minor in Computer Science. She serves as the chair of the ASMSU Student Allocations Board, the branch of ASMSU that allocates money to Registered Student Organizations (RSOs), the Councils of Racial and Ethnic Students (CORES), and the Councils of Progressive Students (COPS). Funding for these groups. Every year, these student organizations use Student Allocations funding to hold amazing events, conferences, and more! Harsna is eager to help any student group at Michigan State, and if you have any questions for her, please email her at