San Diego State University student and CSU Trustee Maryana Khames poses in front of an archway on the San Diego campus.
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Maryana Khames and Jeffrey Krinsk to Serve on California State University Board of Trustees

 

 

San Diego State University student and CSU Trustee Maryana Khames poses in front of an archway on the San Diego campus.
 

​​​​Governor Gavin Newsom appointed Maryana Khames and Jeffrey Krinsk to the California State University Board of Trustees on August 9, 2019. 

Khames, 18, is a resident of El Cajon and has been a student at San Diego State University since 2018, where she has served as a student assistant at the Center for Student Success in Engineering and as a justice on the Judicial Affairs Council for the campus’s Associated Students Inc. 

In addition, Khames has served as a marketing intern at Partners in College Success since 2019 and previously served as a district representative for the Office of California State Senator Joel Anderson from 2016 to 2017.

She joins current student trustee Juan Garcia and will serve a two-year term.

Jeffrey Krinsk, 70, is a resident of San Diego and has been chief executive officer and managing partner of Finkelstein and Krinsk since 2005. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the Boston University School of Law.

Krinsk was chairman and chief executive officer of Fabulous Inn America Inc. from 1985 to 1987, president of licensing at Guess? Inc. from 1983 to 1985, vice president and general counsel at Hang Ten International from 1978 to 1983 and executive officer at Norton and Christensen from 1975 to 1977.

The California State University Board of Trustees​ is the 25-member board that adopts regulations and policies governing the CSU system. The board includes two current CSU students that represent the CSU’s 481,000 students.