California State University, Fullerton

Ace Banner Street Team
The Street Team is a group of highly motivated CSUF Get Involved Street Team who demonstrate Titan Pride and exemplary campus involvement. Street Team members promote, advise, and create campus involvement opportunities for CSUF students.
Contact Joy Masha, Street Team Advisor at (657) 278-3211 or
or visit the Dean of Students Office at Titan Student Union, Room 235.

Katie Ayala serves as the Get Involved Street Team Director. She is a 4th year double major in Communicative disorders and Child and Adolescent development at CSUF. She is an active member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and Associated Student, Incorporated.

In the past Katie has dedicated her service to the ASI Productions Street Team as Coordinator and was able triple the number of participants during her tenure. She has also served as the Director of ASI Productions and implemented a new ideology of personal connection and student impact. During her junior year, while sitting on the service committee, she served as the president's designee for the Titian Student Center Governing Board (TSCGB)

This year, Katie serves as a Student-at-Large for the TSCGB and on the service and art committee. These counsels have given her a different perspective on campus involvement and contributed to her dedication to get more students involved, in addition, Titan Pride.

Katie's dedication and service reflects her true passion for campus engagement and the personal development one gains directly or indirectly through campus involvement. She loves being a part of CSUF; it truly inspires her and she hopes to share that with others.

Kimberly Ferrer serves as a Get Involved Street Team SpecialistShe is a fourth year undergraduate studying Business Marketing, and Kinesiology, with a minor in Health Science.

She is a member of the CSUF Women's Club Soccer Team, and is Receiving Lead at Titan Shops Bookstore. Kimberly is a member of Titan Tusk Force, and has served as a camp counselor for Camp Titan over the summer for the last two years. She has also been a part of the Entertainment and Tourism Club, and has served as a committee member on the University Advancement Committee and the Academic Appeals Board.

Kimberly enjoys being active on campus and is always looking for new ways to get involved, as well as encouraging other students to find their place on and throughout the campus community.

When asked why she loves CSUF, "Because it has given me an opportunity to grow through the various clubs and organizations, students, and facility members. I was able to challenge myself and be challenged by the tasks of each opportunity I was given through each of the experiences through my campus involvement."

Gary Au serves as the Get Involved Street Team: Titans Leaving their Footprint @CSUF Lead. Gary is freshman studying for a major in Business-Finance.

Aside from working on the Get Involved Street Team, Gary is also an active member in the student housing community; serving as a member of the Gastronome's Food Committee, delegate of Housings Director's Cabinet, and Resident Student Association's Treasurer.

Gary's interest in getting involved has led him to pursue his college career as an active member of the student community. He plans to spread this viewpoint to the rest of the CSUF community so that other students will have the same opportunities to grow.

When asked "Why do you love CSUF," Gary answered "Because of the diverse activities and groups that are on campus providing limitless possibilities for student to Get Involved, Get Connected, and Get Titan Pride."

Tamara Tripp serves as the Get Involved Street Team Public Relations LeadShe is currently a 2nd year Communication major with an emphasis in Advertising. She is a member of the CSUF Dodgeball team and served as Co-Captain.

Tamara says getting involved on campus is what builds your college experience. You make what you want of it, but if you don't take full advantage of was CSUF has to offer you are missing out. All of the learning and experience you gain from being involved you may not get anywhere else. A job on campus, participating in research, or joining a club or student organization you leave your footprint at CSUF for other students to follow.

Through my involvement I hope to enhance my leadership skills. I enjoy being a student leader and the best part is having fun at the same time. It is my goal to start my own advertising company and through my involvement with the Get Involved Street Team I am gaining hands on-experience. This is my campus, my experience, and my responsibility. When asked why do you love CSUF, "because it plays a key role in achieving my goals."

Kristy Haffner serves as a Get Involved Street Team SpecialistShe is currently in her 3rd year and majoring in Mathematics and Child & Adolescent Studies. Kristy is currently an active student leader in Associated Students, Inc.

She believes the more connected you are, the more you learn, the more you grow, and truly, the much more you will benefit as a student from all the great possibilities CSUF has to offer. She embraces all opportunities that come her way because there is nothing like the present moment to take advantage and participate in experiences that are only available as a current CSUF student. She always says you don't want to walk away thinking what if?

She is a student leader that gives whole-hearted commitment to being a proud Titan! Since the start of her time at CSUF, she recognizes how much she has learned in such a short time and is thankful for each experience; granting her the ability to persevere at reaching her dreams, never thinking any are beyond her capability.

When asked why do you love CSUF, "because everything that stems from being here has generously blessed me with an overwhelming amount of happiness, knowledge, energy, support and virtue in life, for which I am totally grateful.

Joy Masha serves as the Get Involved Street Team AdvisorShe is a graduate student in the Higher Education masters program. Currently, Joy is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Jumpstart, and the Higher Education Leadership Organization. Aside from these activities, she also serves as the Youth Worship Director at Holy Trinity A.M.E. Church and a first-year Ella Baker Trainer for the Children's Defense Fund.  

Joy considers her passion for student involvement the key to success for many undergraduate students. Her passion for involvement aligns with her current role as the Get Involved Street Team Advisor. Her goal this year is to assist every CSUF student who is not involved in finding a new involvement experience.

Ms. Masha completed her undergraduate degree at California State University, Dominguez Hills and attributes her success to the many opportunities for students at CSUDH. At Cal State Dominguez Hills, Joy served at the Associated Students, Inc. President, Vice President of Operations, Student Activities Commissioner, 2008 Homecoming Queen, and the President of the Pan African Student Union. Because of her active involvement on campus she had the opportunity to work with professional staff, manage a 1.5 million dollar budget, chair several student committees, develop leadership skills, enhance her public speaking, and communication skills.

It is now her life mission to ensure other students have the same opportunities to experience, grow, and become successful citizens with purpose. When asked why do you love CSUF, "Because I was given the opportunity to learn about student development and explore my future role as a student affairs professional."