GPSA Assembly Parliamentarian/Secretary
This position works as a junior Ranking Member of the Office of the Assembly President (OAP), Chairman of the GPSA Assembly's Government Operations Committee, and as a Member of the GPSA Assembly's Assembly Operations Committee.
Aaron Cromar is a doctoral candidate in the Edson College Nursing and Health Innovation. His research focuses on the connectivity between technology use and suicide-related behaviors in U.S. adolescents and young adults. Aaron completed graduate work at Gonzaga University, earning a Masters of Art in Organizational Leadership, specializing in Integrating Technology, Learning, and Psychology. He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Utah with dual Bachelors of Science degrees in Political Science and Sociology with minor emphases in Criminology & Deviant Behavior, Economics, History, Classical Civilizations, and Geography. He also attended a variety of executive-level or certificate courses at Harvard University, Stanford University, MIT, and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.