Meet our Representatives at Large

 
 
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Darrien MacIntosh

Darrien is a sophomore from the Washington, DC area currently pursuing a major in international affairs. He is a cadet in Army ROTC and plans to fly helicopters once he commissions. Darrien’s motivation to run for student government stems from his desire to improve the experiences of all students while at CU Boulder, through safety and social reforms. 


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Julia Frondoni

Julia is a sophomore from San Diego, California pursuing a major in Integrative Physiology on a pre-med track and a minor in business. She is involved in the National Panhellenic Conference in the Chi Omega Fraternity. She holds a leadership position as new member educator for the organization. Julia wants to be the voice for students to help make campus a better place for all. She is most passionate about lighting on campus for sustainable and safety purposes.


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Alex Dugan

Alex is a sophomore from Scottsdale, Arizona majoring in marketing in the Leeds School of Business, she will also be pursuing a Operations and Information Management  certificate. Her dream job after graduation would be to work for Disney in their marketing department. Outside of school, Alex is very involved in her sorority Gamma Phi Beta, where she helps come up with ideas for events and is interested in running for Philanthropy Chair this upcoming fall semester. She is excited about running for CUSG on the Ignite CU ticket in order to improve campus and the overall experience for all CU students. 


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Emma Perkins-Johnson

Emma is a sophomore from the San Fransisco Bay Area pursuing a major in accounting and a double minor in Technology, Arts, and Media and computer science. Over the summer she interned for Cemel Industries, LLC in the financial sector. During her time at CU, Emma has been heavily involved in furthering awareness of domestic violence and has worked closely with the Boulder Safe House to create a safe environment on campus. Emma looks forward to working with both the student body and faculty. The issue Emma is most invested in is student safety on and off campus.

 

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