The RCSA strives to create an inclusive residential community that has the information, resources, and capabilities to feel comfortable advocating for themselves and others. We strive to develop future leaders who feel prepared and encouraged to take on new challenges.

This mission is accomplished through building community, working with administrators, and listening to the needs and wants of our residents.





Meet Our Team


Kennedy Cameron

Kennedy is a third-year oceanography major who wishes to get a Masters in Marine Affairs and go on to work for NOAA or the EPA. Kennedy has two cats named Chuck and Black Cat.

The President of the RCSA oversees and provides support to the RCSA Executive Board. In addition, they meet with HFS administrators and guiding the Association in its mission. Kennedy hopes to create an environment within the residential community where residents feel like they are part of a community and are informed about how to make change within it.


Connect with Kennedy

Email: rcsapres@uw.edu
Office Hours

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Mia Belting
Director, Government Affairs

Mia is a second-year political science intended major. After school, she wishes to work in environmental politics. A fun fact about Mia is that she shares her birthday with Bill Nye the Science Guy.

The Director of Government Affairs works to build relationships with entities such as ASUW, IFC and Panhellenic while also working with RCSA's governing documents to ensure a fair and democratic Association. Mia hopes to build a collaborative community with ASUW and its entities as well as ensure RCSA's policy supports our mission.


Connect with Mia

Email: rcsagov@uw.edu

Phone Number: (720) 354-8194
Office Hours

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Ashley Fung
Director, Administration and Finance

Ashley is a second-year economics major intending to double-major in public health. She hopes to work in the health economics field to improve accessibility to healthcare. A fun fact about Ashley is that she has been to twelve concerts and counting.

The Director of Administration and Finance chairs the Budget Advisory Committee, manages the funding proposal process, as well as other administrative tasks vital to the efficiency of the Association. As Director of Administration and Finance, Ashley wishes to better distribute knowledge to students on how the HFS budget process works to empower students with an informed opinion.


Connect with Ashley

Email: rcsaadmn@uw.edu
Office Hours


Nick Kildall
Director, Communications

Nick is a second-year intending to major in computer science. After school he wishes to pursue a career at NASA or SpaceX. A fun fact about Nick is that he used to own two alpacas. One is named T-Swift and the other is named Selena Gomez, but everyone just calls them Ali and Paca.

The Director of Communications works to generate, manage, and maintain the brand of the RCSA in addition to getting answers to your questions about HFS. As Director of Communications, Nick plans to make the RCSA inquiry system more accessible to gather more residential opinions about HFS. In doing so, Nick hopes to promote self-advocacy and transparency. 


Connect with Nick

Email: rcsacomm@uw.edu

Phone Number: (360) 389-8270
Office Hours

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Maddie Seidel
Director, Recognition and Partnerships

Maddie is a second-year business major, focusing in Accounting and Information Systems. After graduation, she plans to work in public audit accounting. Maddie has two pet goats named Joey and Chandler.

The Director of Recognition and Partnerships leads efforts to build lasting connections with organizations both inside and outside of Housing and Food Services, while recognizing the contributions of dedicated residents and residential teams. As Director of Recognition and Partnerships, Maddie intends to create meaningful relationships with residential Hall Councils and ensure all residents are appreciated for their achievements in their halls.


Connect with Maddie

Email: rcsadrec@uw.edu

Phone Number: (425) 999-2813
Office Hours