Your Executives 2016-2017

President – Keely Kavcic

Hello!
My name is Keely, and I am a fourth year student double-majoring in Sociology & History. This year, I am so excited to be President of CSAHS-SA for my third year with the organization! In addition to my role with CSAHS-SA, I have also had the pleasure of being elected a member of the University Senate, and look forward to holding both these positions! I am so excited to help the organization continue to grow, and am looking forward to working with the rest of my executive team to have the best year yet!
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact me at csahs-sa@uoguelph.ca, reach out on social media, or drop by our offices at Mackinnon 138.

Vice President Internal – Katie Crichton

My name is Katie, and I am the VP of Internal Affairs for CSAHS-SA during the 2016-2017 academic year. I am a 4th year Child, Youth and Family student specializing in children and hoping to go on to my Bachelor of Education next year!
 My role is to help facilitate between the student body and our executive, as well as facilitating any internal issues within our college’s Accredited Student Organizations.
If you have any questions feel free to drop into Mackinnon 138 for my office hours!!

Vice President Finance – Deluchini Sivagnanasuntharam

Hello!

My name is Deluchini Sivagnanasuntharam and I will be your VP of Finance for the 2016-2017 school year.  I am heading into my fourth year pursuing a degree in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration. This will be my third year as VP Finance on CSAHS-SA and it’s going to be a great experience to stay connected to the university this way. I am looking forward to working with everyone and helping out in the best way possible; from signing cheques to keeping other clubs informed about budgets. My experience in the past will be of great help and can’t wait to put my skills to use. Hope you all have a wonderful school year and best of luck with everything!

Vice President Activities – Jackie Franck

Hey there! My name is Jackie Franck and I am extremely excited to be your 2016-2017 Vice President of Activities for the CSAHS-SA. I am an Adult Development student in my forth year aspiring to pursue a career in healthcare. This year I’m looking forward to planning large events that will incorporate all CSAHS students to promote greater awareness of our incredible college! I’m always open to fun, new and exciting ideas so please feel free to send me an email at csahsact@uoguelph.ca.

Vice President Administration- Kate Schievink

Hey CSAHS folks! My name is Kate and I’m in my fourth year in the International Development program – political economy and administrative change stream – coupled with a second major in Political Science. I’ve come to love  the ID program here at Guelph and I’m excited to see it (and it’s graduates) continue to ‘change lives and improve life’ here at home and around the world.

This year will be my first year working on the CSAHS-SA executive and I’m both excited and nervous to be plunked into the role of VP Administration for the year. Essentially, my role in the organization is to function secretarially; I’ll be drafting agendas, taking minutes, fetching the mail, booking spaces, and keeping our office in McKinnon building fully stocked and properly organized – don’t be a stranger, stop by and say hi!

Although this is my first year working within college government at the University of Guelph, I’ve had a lot of fun working and volunteering for other student organizations on campus, primarily with Interhall Council and Student Housing Services. For my final year here, I’ve decided to switch directions to hopefully develop some new skills with the CSASH-SA executive team.

If you’d like to connect, email me at csahsadm@uoguelph.ca and I’ll be happy to get back to you as soon as I can.

Vice President Promotions and Communications – Emma Franklin

Hey everyone!

My name is Emma Franklin and I am pleased to announce that I will be your Vice President of Communications for CSAHS-SA. Since my first year at the University of Guelph I have been involved on campus, particularly with the Environmental Governance Society. To be specific, I was previously on the Environmental Governance Society executive as the Communications Coordinator, and more recently the President.

Now I am heading into my forth year of studying Environmental Governance and International Development at the University of Guelph. I believe that the experience I have gained working with Accredited Student Organizations (ASOs) will enable me to excel in this position. Now, I am happy to be a part of a Parent Student Organization (PSO) where I can reach out to more students and have a much larger impact on campus. Don’t worry, you won’t miss out on hearing about any awesome events around campus this year!

From sticking posters up around campus to getting swag approved, I will be happy to assist you with any communications tasks. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or great ideas. You can stop by the CSAHS-SA office (MCKN 138) or send off an email to csahscom@uoguelph.ca

Chairperson – Andrew Kuttain

Hi all! My name is Andrew, and I’ll be your chairperson for the 2016-2017 year. My responsibilities mainly revolve around the organizing of meetings, specifically making known what the topics at hand will be and the direction the meetings will take. I am also responsible to the broadcasting of up-and-coming CSAHS-SA meetings, as well as leading the re-election period for new CSAHS-SA executive members. I’m easy to reach, so if you have any questions or concerns regarding CSAHS-SA, I’m only an email or message away!

Outside of my responsibilities of Chairperson, I’m fairly involved in the University. In my four years at the University for Political Science, I’ve joined a multitude of jobs, clubs, and events. To name a few, I am a Orientation Volunteer, a former Ambassador for Admissions Services, a member of the Political Science Society, and will also be a Tour Guide for Admission Services in the fall. I’ve been involved in many more but it would take forever to list them, so I’ll say this; I’m almost always on campus, so if you see me around don’t hesitate to say hi!

 

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