ASLCSC-CDA serves as the student government for LCSC Coeur d'Alene,
acting as an advocate for Coeur d'Alene students
Chairperson: Heidi Keele
My name is Heidi Keele and I was born here in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. However, I have lived in Oregon, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Thailand, before returning back to Northern Idaho. I am earning my Bachelor of Arts in Justice Studies with a minor in Psychology, set to graduate May 2016!
I am extremely grateful for the bachelor degree programs offered by Lewis-Clark State College here in Coeur d' Alene. It is a great opportunity for me to continue my schooling without having to move or drive several miles. And the LCSC-CDA office staff and faculty are always there for me and are very helpful.
I am very excited to be part of ASLCSC-CDA this year! I have always enjoyed being part of the action and solution rather than just sitting back and observing, or complaining about how things are. Being a part of ASLCSC-CDA is a way to be a voice for the students with administration and faculty for positive changes and growth. I am also excited about choosing a legacy project to leave behind something for future LCSC-CDA students! Let me know...what is important to you as an LCSC-CDA student?
Vice Chairperson: Peter Miley
My name is Peter Miley, I am a teacher in training going through the LCSC PACE program. I am happy to be apart of ASLCSC and am even happier that I can now see the light at the end of the tunnel in regards to my own education. This journey has been both fun and a struggle at times but I am grinding through. As the Vice-Chairperson I hope to assist everyone with their tasks at hand and make this a fun student group that so that more people would want to become involved.
Secretary/Treasurer: Gabe Heaton
I was born in Fargo North Dakota but primarily grew up in Redmond, Washington. After living in Coeur d' Alene for the last 14 years, I consider North Idaho home. I play quite a bit of tournament golf in the spring and summer, and enjoy big game hunting in the fall. I am studying Accounting and upon graduation in May,I will begin the process of studying and sitting for the CPA exam. I enjoy the convenience of LCSC Coeur d' Alene as well as the affordable quality education that is offered here. I look forward to being a part of ASLCSC-CDA and hope to make a difference while I’m involved.
Public Relations/Media Director: Ashley Smith
My name is Ashley Smith and I am the Media and Public Relations Director for ASLCSC-CDA 15-16. I was born in Woodland Hills, California and have spent half of my life there and the other half here in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. I am currently studying for my Bachelor of Arts in Communications, and I am a junior this year at LCSC. The thing I enjoy most about Lewis-Clark State College in Coeur d’Alene is the friendly instructors and the warm smiling faces you see when you walk into the office. I like that people remember who I am, and that the faculty members are involved with their students. Other students that I have met, have all been family oriented and very friendly, which makes the atmosphere here rather nice to be around. I am most excited about having the opportunity to be a part of ASLCSC-CDA this year. It will be a great experience for me to expand what I already know and make it that much better.
Events/Activities Director: Alicia Tomlinson
ASLSC-CDA is searching for new representatives for the 2016-2017 school year! Being part of of student government allows for you to enter into a leadership role and become a voice for LCSC students of Coeur d'Alene. If you are interested, please send an application with your resume to the Harbor Center.
Stephanie Golden | 208.292.2673