Executive Board

2023-2024 GPSC Executive Board

GPSC President: 
Jeremy Bernick (they/them)


Jeremy Bernick (they/them) is a current J.D. Candidate (Class of 2025) at the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers' College of Law. They are passionate about pursuing a career in the public interest and their experiences intersect at the crossroads of worker’s rights, technology, and the law. Jeremy currently serves as a law clerk for the Amazon Labor Union and will be joining Lubin & Enoch PC this Summer as an incoming law clerk. Prior to law school, Jeremy was a research fellow at the National Science Foundation's Center for Quantum Networks, an international, multi-university partnership where they worked on developing governance standards for global, quantum communication systems. They graduated from the University of Arizona Honors College with a B.A. in Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law (PPEL) in 2020."

Email: gpscpresident@email.arizona.edu


GPSC Administrative Vice President: Samuel David Jesse (he/they)

Samuel Jesse

Thee fabulous Samuel David Jesse is a 4th year Ph.D. Student in Biosystems Engineering, focused on controlled environment agriculture & bioregenerative life support systems. They are thrilled to serve the GPSC for the first time this year, with prior experience representing UA graduate students on the Steering Committee for United Campus Workers of Arizona. Their priorities are to build student power through organization, directly meet the material needs of students, and advocate for systemic changes that protect vulnerable student communities.

Email: samueldj@arizona.edu 

GPSC Executive Vice President: 
Maya Braun Yoon (she/her)


Maya Braun Yoon (2L) is a rising 2L at the University of Arizona College of Law. Maya is interested in a career in public interest and is a passionate advocate for abolition, constitutional law, and equity. Maya is working with several community agencies as a legal intern over the summer including Step Up to Justice and the Drug Policy Alliance. Maya also works in the community with the U of A's expungement and name change clinics, No Jail Deaths, and the Pima County Task Force for LGBTQ+ Court Involved Youth. Prior to law school Maya worked as a master's level social worker in behavioral health, policy, and equity initiatives. Maya is so excited to be a part of GPSC, and is commited to working towards removing barriers to accessing higher education.

Email: mayabraunyoon@arizona.edu 

GPSC Assembly Chair: Peter Echieh (he/him)

Email: cechieh@arizona.edu 

GPSC Treasurer: Lacey Cigan (she/her)

Email: LACEYCIGAN@arizona.edu

GPSC Secretary: Ahana Singh

Email: ahanasingh@arizona.edu