Eunice Oladejo - President
Vice President of External Affairs, Western University Students' Council (USC)
Eunice recently graduated with an Honours BA from Western University where she specialized in Political Science with a minor in Transitional Justice & Post-Conflict Reconstruction. She is the Vice President of External Affairs at Western’s University Students’ Council (USC) and the incoming President of OUSA. While a student, she strongly valued her involvement within the Western and London community and took on various leadership roles including as President of WaterAid Western, an Orientation Leader, and an athlete on the Western Women’s Football Team. Within the community, she was involved with the Child Welfare Political Action Committee where she gained more interest in provincial affairs. She is particularly passionate about eradicating barriers that disproportionately disadvantage Black students, Indigenous students, and many students of colour and their access to post-secondary education. In her free time, Eunice enjoys playing the guitar, watching Netflix, and going for runs!
Erin Quinn - VP Administration & Human Resources
Vice President University Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University Students' Union (WLUSU)
Erin recently graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Religion and Culture and is currently serving as the Vice President: University Affairs of Wilfrid Laurier University Students’ Union. Erin has held various leadership roles within the Students’ Union, including as an Orientation Week Head Icebreaker and Mental Health Advocacy and Education Committee Coordinator. Erin has a passion for advocacy and social justice which is what led her to the role of VP: University Affairs. Erin is specifically passionate about mental health, anti-racism, and sustainability. Erin uses her creativity and innovation to facilitate out of the box solutions to these complex advocacy challenges. In her spare time Erin enjoys getting outside and cooking; spot her on any trail around the Grand River Conservation Area!
Vice President Education, Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA)
Steph is in her final year of studies at UWaterloo, where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Knowledge Integration. Through her program, she’s been able to study a wide array of topics, though her primary interest is in economic geography and socio-ecological systems. As Vice President, Education for the Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association, she oversees both university-facing and external advocacy. Steph is particularly interested in labour rights, accessibility and disability inclusion, and understanding the post-secondary system under a systems lens. In her spare time, Steph enjoys deconstructing pop culture, video editing, and playing Among Us.
Armaan Singh Kheppar
Advocacy Commissioner, University of Ottawa Students' Union (SÉUO-UOSU)
Armaan is the Advocacy Commissioner of the University of Ottawa Students' Union (SÉUO-UOSU) and is entering his third year of his Bachelor of Social Sciences, Honours in Political Science and minor in History in French Immersion. Prior to entering his role, Armaan was a student representative on the International, Political & Policy Studies Student Association (AÉÉIPPSSA). Armaan is passionate about advocating for student issues, including the advancement of progressive and radical policies such as fighting for increased government funding for education, environmental justice, housing rights awareness, accessible education, and social justice. In his spare time, Armaan enjoys photography, painting, reading, volunteering and organizing for different political causes, and going on long walks in the National Capital Region. Despite any adversities, Armaan believes that it is with rising spirits that we can work together to allow for a more equitable and just future!
VP University Affairs, Alma Mater Society (AMS)
Ryan is a recent graduate from the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University and is currently serving as the Vice President of University Affairs at the Alma Mater Society. Ryan’s priorities are student health and wellness, academic advocacy, and sexual violence prevention and response. When not in the office or classroom, he can be found doing anything outdoors or having a laugh with some friends.
Vice President (Education), McMaster Students Union
Siobhan is a political science graduate from McMaster University. She currently holds the role of Vice President, Education and has previously served MSU through the Municipal Affairs Committee and as a writer on the Ancillary Fee Policy Paper. Siobhan has also worked with three different municipalities in community recreation, council chambers, infrastructure, and public policy.
Commissioner of External Affairs, Alma Mater Society (AMS)
Jacob recently graduated from Queen's University with a Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences with a specialization in Biomedical Sciences. Jacob's passion for advocacy and working with his peers led him to be involved in Orientation at Queen's for three years. Through this experience, Jacob was able to collaborate with various faculties and students with diverse backgrounds, further reinforcing his appreciation for advocacy. This year, Jacob is looking forward to amplifying student voices and bringing positive changes to campus.
Vice-President External Affairs, Brock University Students' Union
Austin is a 3rd-year undergraduate student in the Department of Kinesiology at Brock University, where he is also serving as the Vice President of External Affairs at the Brock University Students’ Union. Austin’s policy passions include improving student financial aid, the modernization of university education, and the promotion of health and wellness. In his spare time, Austin enjoys a steaming cup of tea, exploring the Bruce trail, riding his bike, and playing sports.
Vice President of University Affairs, Trent Durham Student Association (TDSA)
Nathan recently graduated from Trent University Durham-GTA with an Honours Bachelor of Social Work. Nathan is in his second term as Vice President of University Affairs (VPUA) with the Trent Durham Student Association. Before working as VPUA, Nathan was the TDSA’s Director of Inclusion, worked in health and wellness, and was heavily involved in the creation of Trent Durham’s Pride club. Nathan is particularly passionate about queer and trans issues and uplifting other’s voices. When he’s not working, Nathan is likely reading, sewing, watching (and rewatching) the same 5 shows or talking about the societal implications of pop culture.