Alexandria Beatty

Alexandria Beatty |

Alexandria Beatty is pursuing a double major in international government and International economics. This is her first year with ASNMSU and is really excited to represent the College of Business. She would like to make an impact here at NMSU, not only for the college she represents, but to the student body as a whole. Alexandria hopes that through this opportunity to be apart of ASNMSU it will influence  her career path into diplomacy for the US. When Alexandria graduates she would like to be an ambassador to the US in another country while aspiring to be apart of the UN.

Lillie Alexander

Lillie Alexander |

Lillie Alexander is from Irvine, California. She is a senior majoring in both finance and marketing. Back in 2014, she was ASNMSU Senator for the College of Engineering. She has held prior positions with TRiO Scholars, Mexican American Engineers & Scientists, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Engineering Council, Delta Sigma Pi, and Business Council. She had the pleasure of being an Orientation Leader for the Aggie Welcome & Orientation back in the summer of 2015. She recently completed her internship for RPS as a Gallagher Sales Intern (Fortune 500). She is currently a student ambassador for the College of Business, and a member of Gamma Iota Sigma. She would love the opportunity to expand her involvement and give back to the campus that has opened up boundless opportunities for her.

Marissa Valenzuela

Marissa Valenzuela |

Marissa Valenzuela is a majoring in Business with an emphasis in Finance, and a minor in Banking and Accounting. She will be graduating in the fall of 2017. Currently, she is the President of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) and a member of American Marketing Association (AMA). She was first appointed and later elected in the Fall of 2016 as Senator for the College of Business. In Senate, she has served as a member of the Rules and Community Affairs Committees. She became involved with Senate to support the best interests of the student body, while maintaining her own ideals to promote learning and leadership opportunities for students, and community alike. As a single parent, she has firsthand experience on the array of struggles students and parents endure. Marissa would like the opportunity to help and is looking forward to continuing serving as Senator this year. Please contact her with any questions or concerns at