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The Board


Nathan Budke, Undergraduate Student Director


Nathan is an undergraduate student in the Honors College and the Carson College of Business working toward a degree in accounting with a minor in economics. He is from Spokane, Washington and plans on earning a master’s in accounting and becoming a Certified Public Accountant after finishing his undergraduate education. He is the treasurer of the Washington State University Rowing Team, where he rows with the varsity crew. In his spare time Nathan enjoys doing calligraphy, hiking, and fishing. Nathan looks forward to serving on the board to help hear and address the needs of his fellow Cougs and is excited to influence positive changes for the students of Washington State as a part of the Students Book Corporation Board of Directors.


Kelsey Menolascina, Undergraduate Student Director

Vice Chair

Kelsey is an undergraduate student in the Carson College of Business and Honors College making progress toward a major in accounting and minors in Spanish and communication. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, she has found her second home in the rolling hills of the Palouse. After graduating from Washington State University, Kelsey plans to become a Certified Public Accountant. She is active with Beta Alpha Psi, Guiding Paws of the Palouse, and Palouse Habitat for Humanity. Kelsey loves to spend her summer days enjoying all the Pacific Northwest has to offer by hiking, camping, and exploring the Columbia River Gorge. She is thankful for the opportunity to contribute her student perspective to the Students Book Corporation Board of Directors.


Arman Jaffarbhoy, Undergraduate Student Director


Arman Jaffarbhoy is from Bellevue, Washington and is preparing to begin his Junior year at Washington State University. He is currently on track to major in Mechanical Engineering and is planning to move into the Rapid Prototype and Development side of the major after graduating. He is a lifeguard for the Washington State Recreation Center pool and the two other pools that are within WSU. Arman greatly enjoys being outdoors, bouldering, playing the piano and upright bass, and being a part of the Washington State University family.


Alicia Booth, Graduate/Professional Student Director


Alicia Booth is from Spokane, WA and currently working on her Ph.D. in Communication. She graduated from Carroll College in 2014 with her Bachelor’s in Business Administration concentrating in Marketing, Management, and International Business. She continued her education at Washington State University and completed her Master’s in Communication in 2018. In her free time, she enjoys watching football, singing in the church choir, and hiking around the Palouse. She is excited to serve on the Board and hopes to leave a lasting impact at WSU which will create an amazing experience for future Cougs!


Bryan Krych, Undergraduate Student Director

Bryan is an undergraduate student from Spokane, Washington and transferred from Iowa State University at the start of his sophomore year. He is working towards a degree in chemical engineering with a minor in mathematics. Bryan’s career goals include working in the field of research and development of technology. He is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity, where he has had the opportunity to help lead a large fundraising event for the fraternity. In his free time, Bryan enjoys exercising, water sports, and fishing. Bryan hopes to use his position on the board to promote a positive student experience for current and future Cougs.


Frank Liu, Alternate Graduate/Professional Student Director

Frank is from Orange County, California. He is a PY1at the WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. He earned his bachelors degree in Management Science from University of California San Diego in 2014. Aside from being a full-time student, he manages a medium-sized family business that specializes in the travel and tourism industry. Frank looks forward to contributing his managerial and business acumen to the Board and the WSU community.


Carter Goldby, Alternate Undergraduate Student Director

Carter Goldby is an undergraduate student in the Carson College of Business working on a finance and pre-law degree. I am from Bainbridge Island, Washington, and plan on going to law school after finishing my undergraduate degree. I am currently on the Washington State Rowing Team, where I row with the varsity team. In my spare time, I enjoy backpacking, hiking, biking, and working on cars. I am grateful to have this opportunity to help represent the student body of WSU as a part of the Student Book Corporation Board of Directors.


Jack Ellis, Alternate Undergraduate Student Director

Jack is a senior undergraduate student in the Carson College of Business pursuing a double major in Accounting and Finance with a minor in Business Economics. He is also a member of the Honors College. Jack is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, where he has served as the VP of Finance, an Academic Assistance Tutor, and currently serves as the chapter Historian. After graduation, he is looking forward to becoming a Certified Public Accountant and helping individuals and small businesses with their taxes. Outside of school, Jack has a passion for sports photography, which earned him a position as a sports photographer for Cougar Sports Network and gave him the opportunity to travel around the country covering WSU athletics.


Sean Greene, Administrative Director

Sean Greene is the Executive Director of Facilities and Finance for Student Affairs. Sean started his WSU career in 1999 and has served in various roles in Student Affairs, including positions in University Recreation, Compton Union Building, Housing and Dining Services.
In his current role, Sean provides leadership for Housing Facilities, Auxiliary Facility Services, University Recreation Facilities, Compton Union Building, Administrative Services Information Services, and Dining Services Operations.
Sean has an MBA from Washington State University, an MA in Higher Education Administration from the University of Alabama, and BA in Finance from the University of Nebraska. Sean has affiliations with Association of College Unions International, the National Association of College & University Food Services, National Association College Auxiliary Services, Western Association of College & University Business Officers and National Intramural and Recreation Sports Association.


Victoria Murray, Administrative Director

Vicky’s career at WSU began nearly 35 years ago, and includes a variety of roles in both academic areas as well as central administrative units. In addition to her experience in budget and planning, her background includes experience related to institutional research, human resources, affirmative action and diversity.

In her role as Executive Director within Finance and Administration, Vicky provides administrative leadership for the Division’s budget and planning activities, personnel and position control functions, and strategic planning and reporting. She also oversees the Office of Procedures, Records and Forms, the Public Records Office, Beasley Coliseum, Trademarks and Licensing, as well as the Division’s IT unit. Additionally, she provides administrative oversight for the Palouse Ridge Golf Club and Banyans on the Ridge.

Vicky’s current committee responsibilities include: Whitcom E-911 Executive Board and Finance Committee, Chair of the President’s Employee Excellence Committee, Athletics Council, CUB Advisory Board, Emergency Management Advisory Committee, and the Finance and Administration Advisory Council. She previously served on the Student’s Book Corporation Board of Directors from 2005 – 2011, and was reappointed in 2016.

Vicky holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Communication from Washington State University, and her affiliations include the National Association of College and University Business Officers, the Western Association of College and University Business Officers, Washington Association of Public Records Officers, and the Society for Human Resource Management.


Matt Hudelson, Faculty Director

My roots are firmly planted in the Pacific Northwest; my mother and grandfather were both born in Seattle and my sisters and I all grew up in Federal Way, Washington, attending various public schools in that district. My uncle, oldest sister, her husband, and my nephew are all alumni of WSU and I obtained my undergraduate and PhD degrees at the University of Washington, the latter in 1995.
In 1995, I arrived at Washington State University as a newly minted assistant professor in the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics (now the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.) Eager to establish myself, I began working to prove results in discrete mathematics, publishing papers and doing the activities expected of young faculty members.
During a session at the following year’s Joint Mathematics Meetings, I heard Joe Gallian give a talk aimed at new mathematicians in which his main message was, “find your niche.” This advice has resonated with me throughout my near quarter-century career at WSU; for me, that niche has been to participate in and, later, play a lead role in our department’s ongoing reform efforts for our large service courses, particularly for the calculus for engineers and physical sciences sequence (Math 171,172,273). This has expanded to playing an expanding role in serving students institution-wide. My journey has included serving on Faculty Senate (currently training as Parliamentarian), as co-chair of the university-wide Course Materials Value and Effectiveness Committee (CMVEC), the faculty representative for the S & A Fees Committee, participation in the All-University Mathematics Committee, the CAS Strategic Planning Committee, the department-level Undergraduate Studies Committee, departmental pre-major advising, and serving as Math 171 or Math 172 course coordinator for numerous semesters, and project leader for our department’s initiative to introduce online homework, bring-your-own-device, and other technology enhancements to our large calculus lectures.
During the past two years, I have expanded my professional development to include participation in Learn, Inspire, Foster, Transform (LIFT) and the Provost’s Leadership Academy (PLA). LIFT cohorts are invited to explore new approaches and ideas to instruction and curricular development over the course of an academic year. In the PLA, cohort members participate in a variety of activities designed to foster leadership skills and interact with WSU leaders, including college deans and central WSU administrators. Additionally, PLA participants engage in a year-long leadership project; mine has been centered on understanding issues involving course materials with special emphasis on my Faculty Senate-sponsored role in CMVEC.
At this point in my career, I have become increasingly devoted to contributing to the instructional mission of WSU at an institution-wide level. My service activities over the past few years have been centered on the interface between students and faculty beyond the day-to-day classroom experience. I hope to continue learning in new roles and contributing to student success at WSU.