Graduate Student Leadership and Representation

Learn about the Seattle University Graduate Student Council Leadership and General Assembly representation.

Supporting Our Graduate Student and Professional Community

Meet the GSC Executive Council and learn about the General Assembly. We're here to support you and the development of our diverse graduate student body, as well as the University's mission.

General Assembly

All General Assembly Meetings are open to the public, students, staff, faculty, and community members are welcome to attend.

General Duties of all GSC Members:

  • Attend General Assembly meetings as scheduled
  • Serve on 1 GSC Committee by attending meetings and assisting with project support as needed.
  • Respond to emails in a timely manner.
  • Assist with projects, events, campus partnerships and initiatives, as they align with your goals and position within GSC.
  • Uphold the values and mission of GSC and Seattle University as a whole.

General Duties of all School Representatives and Community Members are as follows:

  • Advocate the student perspective on issues that affect the quality of student life, including but not limited to the quality of education, academics, student life, and campus issues.
  • Serve as a voting member of the GSC General Assembly.
  • Willing to lead committees, serve as a mentor, and plan events.
  • Represent the best interests of their respective community and the student body.
  • Write and present legislation and resolutions for the betterment of the general graduate student population.

Community Representatives must meet these qualifications for candidacy:

  • School Representative: must be willing to represent the voice of all students in the perspective school, meet with school administration, and collaborate with GSC for targeted events. Available to at least one enrolled students in each school including: Albers School of Business, College of Education, College of Nursing, College of Science and Engineering, School of Law.
  • International Representative: must hold a non-immigrant student visa as defined by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
  • Student Parent Representative: must be a parent at time of taking office.
GSC President

Krishna Kanth Sriramagiri (he/him/his)

GSC President PMBA Candidate, Albers School of Business and Economics

Executive Vice President

Aditi Somani (she/her/hers)

Executive Vice President MSBA Candidate, Albers School of Business and Economics

GSC Assembly Speaker

Natalie Murumbi (she/her/hers)

Assembly Speaker MSBA Candidate, Albers School of Business and Economics

Vice President of Marketing and Communications

Airi Tanaka (she/her/hers)

Vice President of Marketing and Communications Albers School of Business and Economics

GSC Vice President of Finance and Strategic Planning

Preeti Suryakumar

Vice President of Finance and Strategic Planning

Joint Degree: Professional MBA and MSBA, Albers School of Business and Economics

GSC Representatives

  • Airi Tanaka, Assembly Speaker
  • Aditi Somani, Albers School of Business
  • Krupali Joshi, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Ashton Robertson, College of Nursing
  • Ana Mendes, College of Science & Engineering
  • AJ Perez, Student Parents Representative
  • Curtis Leighton, College of Education 
  • Akhila Dornipadu, International Students
  • Zulen Pantoja-Ortega, School of Law