Abii-Tah Chungong Bih, President

Office: 517-884-8077

Abii-Tah Bih is the President of the Associated Students of Michigan State University – your undergraduate Student Government! She is a senior at James Madison College pursuing a double degree in International Relations and Comparative Cultures and Politics. Before Abii-Tah left her home country of Cameroon to join the Spartan nation, she already knew that she wanted to find purpose in serving and empowering the MSU student body through ASMSU. In the last few years, Abii-Tah has dedicated every ounce of her strength to make every day at MSU worth it for all Spartans. As President of ASMSU, Abii-Tah serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the 2 million dollar organization – one of the largest student governments in the United States of America. Abii-Tah is also the primary delegate and spokesperson of the student body to the University Administration as well as local, state and federal government officials. In addition, Abii-Tah is the chief administrative officer and the chairperson of the ASMSU General Assembly. Abii-Tah’s fervor for serving students is only matched by her dedication to construct a safe and inclusive MSU community where every student is confident that they are indispensable to the university. It is common knowledge that Spartans cannot wait for change so Abii-Tah hopes to empower each student to champion the construction of their vision for their university. As ASMSU president therefore, Abii-Tah is convicted to enable a wholesome student body that empowers each other, enacts history together, and chooses to leave nobody behind in the policy creation process. With that said, Abii-Tah is always at your service so never ever hesitate to reach out!

Andrea Bair
Chief of Staff

Andrea Bair is the Chief of Staff of the Associated Students of Michigan State University. In her role as Chief of Staff, she oversees 40+ staff members across 7 different ASMSU departments. Within this role, Andrea also serves as the staff liaison to the General Assembly and the rest of the Office of the President.




Office: 517-884-8078


Shiksha Sneha
Chief Diversity Equity & Inclusion Officer

Shiksha Sneha is the Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer at ASMSU. She is a Senior majoring in Social Relations & Policy and Political Theory with a minor in Asian Pacific American Studies. As the CDEIO, Shiksha works closely with the Council of Racial and Ethnic Students (CORES) and the Council of Progressive Students (COPS) to advocate for a more inclusive campus. She also works on educational DEI initiatives for the larger student body as well as within ASMSU to ensure that equitable policies and programs are in place. If you are interested in learning more about DEI or have feedback, feel free to email her using the link below! 


Bri Aiello
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Brianna Aiello, but you can call her Bri, is the Vice President for Academic Affairs at ASMSU. She is a Junior studying Social Relations and Policy and double minoring in Educational Studies and Women and Gender Studies. As the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Bri seeks to enhance the presence of ASMSU within the academic governance structure by involving students directly into the University’s Standing Committees. She 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. Bri is also tasked with recruiting students to serve on the Student Caucus, a facet of ASMSU that ensures the voices of undergraduate students are heard at every level of the University, particularly as it pertains to any changes the student body wants to address in academic policy. If you want to get involved with Academic Governance or have any other questions about academic affairs, do not hesitate to contact Bri.


Office: 517-355-8266


Jordan Polk
Vice President for Finance and Operations

Jordan Polk serves as the Vice President for Finance and Operations at ASMSU. As a Senior Economics major, her 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, she advocates to campus administration on behalf of the student body, develops new methods to help make ASMSU resources more engaging and equitable, and promotes the development of student collaboration efforts. As well, she 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 Jordan at vpfo@asmsu.msu.edu and she'll be glad to chat or point you in the right direction!


Office: 517-355-8266


Maysa Sitar
Vice President for Governmental Affairs

Maysa Sitar is the Vice President of Governmental Affairs at ASMSU. She is pursuing a dual degree in political science and journalism with a minor in Arabic. In her role, Maysa hopes to increase students’ voice in the local, state, and national arenas. She is working to bring students to the government and the government to students through new initiatives such as Rides to the Capitol program and Meet the Mayor days. Her department also advocates on behalf of students on important issues including student loan debt, ballot access, and criminal justice reform. Maysa loves reading, MSU football games, and registering people to vote (see her if you have voting questions!!). If you have any government-related concerns/ideas, or if you’d simply like to get involved, feel free to email her at vpga@asmsu.msu.edu or come chat with her in her office: Student Services Building Rm. 336!



Office: 517-355-8266


Nora Teagan
Vice President for Internal Administration

Nora Teagan is the Vice President for Internal Administration at ASMSU. She is a Junior majoring in International Relations and Comparative Cultures & Politics with a minor in Leadership of Organizations. As the VPIA, Nora 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, etc.). She ensures that bills and other legislation passed by the GA are effective and in line with the needs of the spartan community. Aside from this, Nora 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 her free time, Nora loves volunteering with local Girl Scout events and going to MSU football games. If you are interested in the General Assembly or joining a Class Council, Nora would be happy to help! Follow the links to the side to get in contact with her.


Office: 517-355-8266


Dylan Catalano
Vice President for Student Allocations

Dylan Catalano is the Vice President for Student Allocations. He is a junior in James Madison College studying Social Relations and Policy with two minors in Leadership of Organizations and Italian. He 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! Dylan is eager to help any student group at Michigan State, and if you have any questions for him, please email him at vpsa@asmsu.msu.edu