About Us

Who are we?

The African Student Association (ASA) at Georgia Tech is a cultural and social organization committed to the integration of African students on campus as well as engaging other individuals with an interest in African culture. We strive to promote interaction among all students of African origins or affiliations with African nations and among students interested in African affairs. Throughout the year, we host different events to celebrate our culture as well as educate the Georgia Tech and Atlanta community about current affairs in Africa. We also collaborated with other African Student Associations at nearby schools for social events.

Meet our Executive Board

President

Christana Fagbile

Business Administration

4th Year

Nigeria  

VICE PRESIDENT

Oluwagbemiga Mabogunje

Electrical & Computer Engineering

4th Year

Nigeria

SECRETARY

Oluwanifemi Ajayi

Civil Engineering

3rd Year

Nigeria

Treasurer

Temi Olugbenga

Mechanical Engineering

3rd Year

Nigeria

Programs Chair

Tofunmi Jegede

Engineering

2nd Year

Nigeria

Programs Chair

Maria Yagnye

Engineering

2nd Year

Cameroon

Communications Chair

Marie Ozenua

Industrial Engineering 

2nd Year

Nigeria

Publicity Chair

Camille Atere-Roberts

Computational Media

2nd Year

Sierra-Leone

Social Chair

Chukwuanugo Mojekwu

Mechanical Engineering

3rd Year

Nigeria

Webmaster

Samuel Isang

Computer Science

4th Year

Nigeria

Taste of Africa Chair

Justin Nde

Biochemistry

5th Year

Cameroon

Taste of Africa Chair

Dina Mengesha

Biology
4th Year
Ethiopia