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Poly Reps

University Ambassadors

Executive Board 2023-2024

Executive Committee

The Poly Reps Executive Board are the eight students that lead Poly Reps. Their duties include determining the direction of the organization as a whole, combining resources and communicating across committees, and leading Poly Reps meetings. Exec consists of one chair for each of the seven committees, as well as the President of the club. The exec board is elected by the entire organization during Spring Quarter.



Melissa Toussimehr (She, Her)

B.A. Political Science, Cal Poly 2023

Master's of Public Policy





Vice President/ New Member Recruitment Chair:

Abbie Curtis (She, Her, Hers)

Major/Minor: Animal Science Major, Agricultural Education Minor 




Communications and Publicity Chair:

Natalie Rathle (She, Her, Hers)

Major/Minor: Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Art and Human Experience, Theatre Arts Minor and Women & Gender Studies Minor





Special Events Chair:

Dominic Davidson (He, Him, His)

Major: Computer Science 





School Visits and Presentations Chair:

Christopher Chau (He, Him)

Major/Minor: Civil Engineering Major, Heavy Civil (Construction Management) Minor





Campus Tours Chair:

Anna Jewell (She, Her, Hers)

Major/Minor: Major in Business Administration, Concentration in Finance, Minor in Experience Industry Management 





Outreach Chair:

Jace Porter (She, Her, Hers)

Major/Minors: Sociology Major, Concentration in Organizations, Minors in Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Environments 





Alumni Chair:

Bella Gaddini (She, Her, Hers)

Major/Minor: Philosophy Major, Minor in Law and Society


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Important Dates

  • Becoming a Poly Reps

October 2024: Applications released
November 2024 (11:59 PM): Applications Due
Jan - Feb 2025: In-Person interviews


Poly Reps Quote

"Abe Lincoln once said 'Make sure your feet are in the right place, then stand firm.' Good advice Mr. Lincoln but it is way more challenging to walk backwards"   — Joey Halabrin, (Political Science '18, Poly Reps)