ASuop president an advocate for students
From the moment he started at University of the Pacific, Izzi Gomez ’24 has been an active part of campus life, from joining the business school’s professional fraternity Delta Sigma Pi to serving in leadership roles with the Community Involvement Program Student Association.
The experiences motivated him to do more in his final year at Pacific. He is serving as president of ASuop, Pacific’s student government, after being elected in the spring.
Gomez, a graduate student in the Eberhardt School of Business, is an advocate for his fellow students in the role.
“The biggest thing I want students to understand is the opportunities available through ASuop. We're always happy to listen and see how we can help,” Gomez said. “We’re here to push for what they want to see done.”
Gomez and vice president Cynia Manning ’24 are focused on two key areas: helping students get connected with resources and expanding their diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
Watch the video to learn more about Gomez and what he hopes to accomplish this year.
Book: “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom
Television Show: “Keeping up with the Kardashians” – I feel like that’s the business major in me, seeing how the family capitalized and made such an empire on who they are
Movie: “James and the Giant Peach”
Food: A good burrito
Hobby: I like to collect things. My current collection is pins, so every time I go somewhere, I try to get a pin.