Isaac Marroquin is a master’s student at WSU Tri-Cities who has served in several student leadership roles as an undergraduate.
After serving as a student senator, Isaac went was elected vice president of the Associated Students at Washington State University Tri-Cities (ASWSUTC). Isaac completed his bachelor’s degree in English in the spring of 2023, while serving as president of ASWSUTC.
He learned from previous student regents the value of relationship building. He sought out student leaders and administrators from across the WSU system to learn more about their operations and what made each of them unique.
Being present and vocal early during his time on the board is one of his key goals, as the role is only for a short time, so he doesn’t want to wait until it’s too late to have his voice and the concerns of his fellow students heard. He’s also interested in advocating for mental health, both of students as well as employees and finding the best ways to get resources to those that need them.
Marroquin was selected by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to succeed student regent Reanne Chilton in the one-year term.
Office: Member (Student Regent)
Hometown: Pasco, WA
Term Expires: June 30, 2024