Connor Stringam

Connor Stringam |

Senator Connor Stringam is a Junior in the Electrical Engineering Department with a minor in Computer Science. He is passionate in serving and representing, both in the community and at NMSU through multiple semesters of experience both as a Senator for the College of Engineering and in his work in the Department of Housing and Residential Life on campus as a Resident Advisor. He works hard to represent all aspects and especially the of New Mexico State University. Senator Stringam also strives to create an environment of open communication and welcomes both feedback and ideas for improvement.

David Elver

David Elver |

David Elver is entering his senior year in the Chemical Engineering department. This is his second term in senate for the college of engineering. His goals for the 62nd senate include increasing the transparency of senate and continuing to hold the senate fiscally responsible. Outside of senate David is a proud member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and a social fraternity. In his free time David likes to work out, hang out with his fraternity brothers, and play basketball and racquetball. Feel free to contact him with any questions his email address is

Jonathan Ortiz

Jonathan Ortiz |

Jonathan Ortiz is a Mechanical Engineering student from El Paso, TX. He grew up in an environment where selflessness was quite a common practice. Due to this, he has always pushed himself to do the right thing and most importantly, help whoever needs anything of him. Therefore, while in high school he and a group of friends founded a substance abuse coalition in an excluded part of El Paso. He is also very involved with NMSU by currently being the Vice President and Project Manager of Aggies Without Limits (AWL).

Valeria Carrillo

Valeria Carrillo |

Valeria Carrillo is a Junior pursuing a double major in Mechanical and Aerospace engineering. Her goals include increasing awareness regarding the student body government and the many services and opportunities provided for students. She is passionate about helping students and organizations expand their academic and professional curriculum by taking advantage of the reimbursement opportunities that ASNMSU offers. She is honored to represent the College of Engineering and be able to help constituents voice their concerns. She commits to serve students fairly and always put their best interest first. Don’t hesitate to contact her if you have any questions.