Executive Director | Corbin Evans
The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of ASUM, supervising all employees, and chairing the Board of Directors.
Corbin is a graduate student at the University of Missouri in the Trulaske College of Business and the Truman School of Public Affairs. He made the decision to stay at the University of Missouri after completing his BA of Political Science and BA of Classical Humanities in May 2012. Corbin currently serves as the Executive Director and Chair of the Board of Directors for the Associated Students of the University of Missouri. He has previously served as the Legislative Director and a Legislative Intern for the program.
Legislative Director | Rachel Jag
The Legislative Director is responsible for recruiting, selecting, and training the Legislative Internship Team.
Rachel Jag is a junior Political Science and Communication dual major with a minor in Business at the University of Missouri – Columbia. Rachel is from St. Louis, Missouri where she has lived her whole life. She graduated from Cor Jesu Academy in 2010, and looks forward to applying to law school in this upcoming fall. While being a Mizzou student, she has gotten involved around the University in many ways, such as being a member and Vice President of Administration of the Delta Delta Delta fraternity, President of the Pi Sigma Alpha political science honors fraternity, a Director of Mizzou for Movember, and Secretary of Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity. Outside of school, she enjoys working as a tour guide and guest service specialist for Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Assistant Legislative Director | Kaitlin Steen
The Assistant Legislative Director is responsible for aiding the Legislative Director in the supervision of the Legislative Internship Team.
Kaitlin Steen is a junior Political Science major with minors in Journalism and Leadership and Public Service at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Kaitlin was raised in Independence, Missouri, where her parents still reside, and moved to Columbia when she started her first year of college at the University of Missouri. Kaitlin has enjoyed getting involved on the Mizzou campus and connecting with fellow students. She currently serves as the Vice President of Public Relations for Political Science Club and Pi Sigma Alpha, the political science honors fraternity. Last semester Kaitlin worked as an intern for Columbia City Councilwoman Barbara Hoppe. Kaitlin plans to study abroad in the Netherlands and Belgium this summer to study the history, development, and practices of democracy in the European Union.