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!