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Sacramento Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC)

Mission

The Dean’s Student Advisory Council (DSAC) works to ensure that Sacramento students are represented to the Dean and administration.  All members of the council serve as student advocates, communicating the viewpoints and suggestions of their classmates to the Dean.  DSAC also hosts a variety of networking events, career workshops and social gatherings for students to connect with alumni and other students at the San Ramon and Davis campuses. The council also assists the GSM in recruiting students to participate in an assortment of school-wide events including seminars and activities.

Officers & Members

President: Julie Peterson

Vice President of Student Affairs: Bianca Sievers       

Director of Alumni Relations: Casey Field

Director of Communications: Anna Palmer

Director of Finance: Janette Cruz

Director of Social and Community Activities: Michael Gonzales

Director of Endowment Fund: David Granchukoff

Members: Nick Sherrell, Nick Wolfe

Events and Activities

Capitol Connections

Every spring DSAC hosts a networking event to connect students with alumni.  This event offers students the opportunity to expand their professional network, gain insightful perspectives from seasoned alumni, and co-mingle with the Davis and San Ramon students.     

Monthly Career Development Presentations

DSAC, along with Chris Dito (Career Development Director), hosts monthly presentations to help students establish their “brand”.  Presentation topics range from interview preparation, maximizing networking opportunities, and self-promotion.     

Career Change Workshops

Ever feel like you are in the wrong industry?  DSAC has developed a new workshop series to help students pivot into their dream job.  Please contact Casey Field at cafield@ucdavis.edu for more information.    

Contact Us

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please send us an email via the suggestions box tool. 

Sacramento DSAC Members 2014-2015

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