Andrew Sierra, NSA Vice Chair
President, Associated Students of the College of Southern Nevada (ASCSN)
College of Southern Nevada
Andrew Sierra is the ASCSN (Associated Students of the College of Southern Nevada) student body president for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Throughout the 2016-2017 academic year, he served as an ASCSN Senator for the North Las Vegas Campus. During his tenure, he addressed issues such as: inadequate funding for student services, lack of community resources, poor club management, misused funds, hard to get student feedback and much more. He decided to start building relationships with legislators, community members, students, and administration to tackle these issues. He found a passion for wanting to help those around him which influenced him to run for Student Body President. His campaign highlighted the ideas of community, unity, and opportunity.
At the age of 17 he has become the youngest Student Body President at CSN. He is one of the youngest in the state of Nevada and is one of few students, nationwide, to be elected a college student body president while still being in high school.
He also holds several leadership positions in the community—from political organizations and city boards to his high school committees.
There isn’t a challenge too big for him to tackle.