ASDVC leaders quit

Inquirer staff

 

CORRECTION: The print edition of this issue contained an error. ASDVC adviser Yvonne Canada was misquoted as saying “according to the Constitution, [Katerina] will serve as ASDVC President until an election can be held.”  

Canada’s accurate quote should say “according to the Constitution, K will serve as ASDVC President until an election can be held.” 

Kanghee Kim, the VP for Executive Affairs, who likes to be called ‘K’ will serve in that capacity, per the ASDVC Constitution.”  Canada said.


 

ASDVC President Katerina Schreck has formally resigned from her position.

According to ASDVC Counseling Faculty Member Yvonne Canada, “according to the Constitution, [Katerina] will serve as ASDVC President until an election can be held.”

“Ms. Schreck’s resignation will not have any impact on the regular elections process for the 2012-2013 Executive Team.” Canada said.

A number of other ASDVC officials have also resigned from their posts for undisclosed reasons.

Daija Cornelious, ASDVC Diversity Affairs Officer, was one of the individuals who formally resigned from her position. 

Informational meetings for ASDVC elections have been held so that new members will know how they can join.

ASDVC meets every Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. in the Student Union Building.  Meetings are open to all Diablo Valley College students.