The President acts as the chief representative for the association.
Amma Sarkodee-Adoo is a fourth-year Political Science student minoring in English and Public Policy. The daughter of Ghanaian immigrants, Amma grew up in Glendale, Arizona, where she lived until moving to Berkeley for college. As a Cal student, Amma has been a member of the Alpha Phi sorority and a board member for Berkeley’s chapter of the National Organization for Women. She also has been working at the Berkeley City Council since her freshman year, where she has developed her love of policy and civic engagement. As ASUC President, Amma hopes to represent the interests of all students on issues such as campus climate, safety, and administrative accountability, while supporting the most vulnerable through basic needs security and diversity and equity initiatives. After graduation, she hopes to pursue organizing and campaign management.
The ASUC President acts as the chief representative for the association, meeting regularly with the UC Berkeley Chancellor and other important campus officials to ensure that Berkeley students are represented at all levels of campus administration.