CESA Council and Extended Council

Executives

Liam Dowling
President

Liam Dowling, Con-Ed '18

The President serves as the chief official of the Association, and represents CESA on all official and ceremonial occasions. The President oversees all operations of the Association to ensure that they are in line with the mission statement and the constitution. In conjunction with the Vice Presidents, the President sets the overall direction for the Council. Working closely with the Treasurer, the President manages the financial affairs of the Association. The President sits as a voting member of the Alma Mater Society Assembly, along with the other CESA Representatives and sits on the President's Caucus with other faculty presidents. The President directly oversees the following positions: Executive Administrator, Senator, Treasurer, Academic Affairs Commissioner, Equity Affairs Commissioner, Equity Outreach Director and CESA Representatives to the AMS.

Joyce Chiang
Vice President (Internal)

Joyce Chiang, Con-Ed '18

The Vice President (Internal) is responsible for overseeing the internal affairs of the Association. The Vice President is responsible for planning Con-Ed Camp at the beginning of the school year. The Vice President is CESA's voting representative to the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society's Assembly, and also attends the Faculty of Arts and Science Board meetings as CESA's representative. In the absence of the Executive Administrator, the Vice President acts as the chair of Council meetings. The Vice President coordinates the CESA Achievement Awards that are distributed at the annual Con-Ed Formal. The Vice President works closely with all members of Council under the Internal Umbrella: the Year Representatives, Athletic Coordinators and the Marketing and Design Director, who oversees the B.Ed Spread Editors, Merchandise Coordinator, Photography Coordinators and IT Administrator.

Aryn Lang
Vice President (External)

Aryn Lang, Con-Ed '18

The Vice President (External) is responsible for overseeing the external affairs of the Association. The Vice President is responsible for being CESA's representative on both the Education Faculty Board Meetings as well as the Teacher Education Liaison Committee (TELC; a committee comprising both union reps and Faculty of Education members) and the Teacher Education Advisory Committee (TEAC). The Vice President sits on the Bursary Committee, along with the Equity Affairs Commissioner and the Treasurer. The Vice President is also responsible for organizing midyear reviews. The Vice President works closely with all members of Council under the External Umbrella: Queen's Conference on Education Exec, CESA Clubs Director and the Events Director, who oversees the Workshop Coordinators, Community Affairs Coordinators, Social Affairs Coordinators, and Alumni Homecoming Coordinator.

President's Umbrella

Anjini Datt
Executive Administrator

Anjini Datt, Con-Ed '18

The Executive Administrator is first and foremost the impartial member of CESA Council. The Executive Administrator is to ensure that the agenda is complete and distributed in a timely fashion to members of Council and members of the Association at large, and to ensure that all rules and all members are respected during the meetings. The Executive Administrator also serves as the guardian of the Constitution, ensuring the Association is abiding by its rules and proceeding in a manner consistent with the purpose and mission statement. The Executive Administrator is a confidential source for all members of the Association, acting as the mediator in any dispute between members. The Executive Administrator is also responsible for making arrangements for Executive and general meetings, booking rooms, compiling contact lists, collecting transitional manuals, and maintaining Council attendance records.

John Carney
Speaker/CEO

John Carney, Con-Ed '19

The Speaker is responsible for chairing all meetings of CESA Council. The Speaker serves as CESA's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) and organizes the Fall and Winter elections.

Afsheen Chowdhury
Senator

Afsheen Chowdhury, Con-Ed '19

The Senator is the student representative for the Faculty of Education on the University Senate, the highest academic authority at Queen's. The Senator is involved in academic policy-making at the highest levels of the University, working closely with other students, faculty, staff and the administration. The Senator attends all monthly Senate meetings, and serves on at least one Senate Committee. The Senator reports on the progress of Senate to CESA Council, and to the Association at large. In addition, the Senator sits on the Senate Advisory Committee with the CESA President and two representatives from the Education Students' Society.

Gabriel Vesco
Treasurer

Gabriel Vesco, Con-Ed '18

The Treasurer deals with all of the financial matters of the Association, in order to ensure an appropriate and balanced budget and accurate financial record keeping. The Treasurer works closely with all members of Council to ensure that events and initiatives are financially accessible to members and financially responsible to the Association. The Treasurer is also required to sit on the Bursary Committee with the Vice President (External) and the Equity Affairs Commissioners to provide financial assistance to Con-Ed students for their participation in CESA's events and activities.

Carla Namkung
Representative to the AMS

Carla Namkung, Con-Ed '20

CESA Representatives to the AMS are required to attend all assemblies of the Alma Mater Society (AMS). The Representatives are expected to be informed on current issues being brought forth to AMS Assembly. Each Representative has a vote on the AMS Assembly and is responsible for ensuring that they best represent the interests of the Association as whole on all matters. It is also the duty of the CESA Representatives to the AMS to relay important issues and information back to CESA Council.

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Representative to the AMS

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CESA Representatives to the AMS are required to attend all assemblies of the Alma Mater Society (AMS). The Representatives are expected to be informed on current issues being brought forth to AMS Assembly. Each Representative has a vote on the AMS Assembly and is responsible for ensuring that they best represent the interests of the Association as whole on all matters. It is also the duty of the CESA Representatives to the AMS to relay important issues and information back to CESA Council.

Tiffany Wong
Academic Affairs Commissioner

Tiffany Wong, Con-Ed '19

The Academic Affairs Commissioner is responsible for ensuring that program quality is always under review, that student input is sought and that there is a constant dialogue between the student voice and the administration. The Academic Affairs Commissioner acts as a liaison between the Association and the Academic representatives of other faculties on the AMS Academic Caucus. They are also required to attend meetings of the Professional Studies Committee of the Faculty of Education's Faculty Board and the ASUS Departmental Student Council. The Academic Affairs Commissioner is expected to be available for all academic inquiries within Con-Ed through outlets such as Academic Meetings and the CESA website. The Commissioner is also required to act as a liaison between the Music Representative to Con-Ed and CESA Council.

Ruth Bryce
Council Clerk

Ruth Bryce, Con-Ed '20

The Council Clerk is responsible for attending every CESA Council meeting and recording the "minutes." The Council Clerk also works with the Executive Administrator to maintain the Constitution and other Association Documents.

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Council Clerk

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The Council Clerk is responsible for attending every CESA Council meeting and recording the "minutes." The Council Clerk also works with the Executive Administrator to maintain the Constitution and other Association Documents.

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First-Year Intern to the President

TBD, Con-Ed '21

The First Year Intern to the President works closely with the President to complete the responsibilities under their portfolio and umbrella, in addition to expanding on and creating initiatives for Con-Ed students. The First Year Intern to the President also attends a variety meetings, events and initiatives in order to develop of better sense of Con-Ed life and CESA as a whole.

Chloe Demizio
Head Teach

Chloe Demizio, Con-Ed '19

The Head Teach is responsible for planning and running Con-Ed Orientation in coordination with the rest of "Teach Exec." The Head Teach acts as a liaison between Teach Exec and CESA Council, the AMS, ASUS, ORT, SOARB, the Faculty Deans, and other external organizations. The Head Teach is expected to attend all meetings of CESA Council, the Orientation Round Table (ORT), the Senate Orientation and Review Board (SOARB). The Head Teach is required to promote, schedule, and organize the application process for Orientation leaders ("Teaches"). Finally, the Head Teach is required to work with all members of Teach Exec to ensure the successful completion of their tasks.

Aubrey Cottreau
Logistics Teach

Aubrey Cottreau, Con-Ed '19

The Logistics Teach helps to oversee the facilitation of Orientation in as easy and efficient a manner as possible. The roles and responsibilities of the Logistics Teach are widespread and varied, and their role is crucial in order to facilitate the Orientation Executive's jobs throughout planning and execution.

Bronte McMaster
Academics Teach

Bronte McMaster, Con-Ed '19

The Academics Teach is responsible for organizing all academic events during Orientation Week, including the Arts and Science Welcome Forum, "Academics on West", Academic Integrity training, Campus Tours, and the Motivational Speaker. The Academics Teach is required to attend all meetings of the Academic Orientation Committee and relay pertinent information back to Teach Exec. Finally, the Academics Teach is responsible for offering academic guidance and support to all Teaches.

Grace MacPhail-Wagner
Financial Teach

Grace MacPhail-Wagner, Con-Ed '19

The Financial Teach is responsible for ensuring the financial stability of Con-Ed Orientation Week. The Financial Teach is responsible for organizing a budget for Orientation Week, collecting fees from Orientation leaders and incoming students, and maintaining detailed records of all payments. The Financial Teach also works with the Head Teach to produce and distribute the Con-Ed Orientation handbook.

Kevin Chong
Social Teach

Kevin Chong, Con-Ed '19

The Social Teach is responsible for organizing all social events during Orientation Week including, but not limited to the Retro Road trip and the Semi-formal. The Social Teach is also responsible for encouraging interaction of the Teaches following hiring in order to create an enthusiastic and cohesive group of leaders. The Social Teach organizes the social events during Orientation Pre-Week, including the Teach Mystery Road trip. The Social Teach also coordinates the distribution of the Frosh welcome letters during the summer prior to Orientation Week.

Michelle Nyamekye
Equity Affairs Commissioner

Michelle Nyamekye, Con-Ed '19

The Equity Affairs Commissioners ensure that CESA maintains an inclusive and accessible environment for all students by integrating and enforcing practices of equity and anti-oppression. The Equity Affairs Commissioners sit on the AMS Equity Caucus, where they represent Concurrent Education students in an ongoing collaboration with other faculties to build a safer Queen's and Kingston community. With the information they attain from the Equity Caucus, they keep Con-Ed students informed about their resources by maintaining a display in the Con-Ed office. They also work closely with the CESA President to organize Anti-Oppression and Positive Space training for council. Finally, the Equity Affairs Commissioners chair the Bursary Program where they advertise, evaluate and revise bursary applications with the Treasurer and Vice-President (External) while maintaining the confidentiality of applicants.

Nisha Khanmaini
Equity Outreach Director

Nisha Khanmaini, Con-Ed '18

The Equity Outreach Coordinator runs two equity outreach initiatives per term. These initiatives ensure that the Con-Ed community is aware of equity issues, and how these issues effect Con-Ed Students, Queen's Students as a whole and the general public. The Equity Outreach Coordinator also chairs the Equity Outreach Committee. The Equity Outreach Committee discusses and plans equity based projects throughout the year.

External Umbrella

Ellise Truong
Events Director

Ellise Truong, Con-Ed '18

The Events Director is responsible for overseeing the activities of the Community Affairs Coordinators, Social Affairs Coordinators, Workshop Coordinators and Alumni Homecoming Coordinator and ensures the successful execution of their tasks. The Events Director acts as a liaison between the holders of these positions and Council, relaying dates, concerns, and other pertinent information discussed during Council meetings. The Events Director is responsible for making sure Con-Ed students are fully aware of the news and events that are relevant to them within the faculty and the University by researching all campus wide initiatives such as Capture the Faculty. The Events Director is also responsible for organizing Con-Ed's booth at the Sidewalk Sale in September.

Jennifer Gor and Sandie Tran
Community Affairs Coordinators

Jennifer Gor and Sandie Tran, Con-Ed '19 and 20

The Community Affairs Coordinators are responsible for planning and executing a wide range of initiatives throughout the school year that raise funds and/or awareness to support charitable organizations and their causes. This includes hosting the annual Con-Ed charity pancake breakfast in September, Con-Ed Community Dinner in November and chairing the Community Affairs Committee. The Coordinators are also responsible for making sure Con-Ed students are aware of all on and off campus initiatives and community building projects that are organized by members of the Queen's and Kingston communities.

Celine Corazza and Jansen Lau
Social Affairs Coordinators

Celine Corazza and Jansen Lau, Con-Ed '18 and '19

The Social Affairs Coordinators offer Con-Ed students the chance to get together and participate in a wide range of spirited social events throughout the school year. The Coordinators plan the semi-annual Back to School Smokers in September and January, bringing all students in all years together after a summer or winter break away as well as the very entertaining Con-Ed Coffeehouse! The largest undertaking is the annual Con-Ed Formal in March. With the help of the Social Affairs Committee, the Social Affairs Coordinators spend all year organizing this marquee event on CESA's calendar.

Jaime Cohen
QCE Chair

Jaime Cohen, Con-Ed '19

The QCE Chair is responsible for planning and hosting QCE in coordination with the QCE Executive. The Chair is responsible for acting as a liaison between the QCE Executive and CESA Council. The Chair is required to maintain communication with the Faculty of Education and respective faculties within the University in order to encourage participation at the Conference. The Chair is responsible for Conference registration and acts as the official contact person for Conference delegates. The Chair works with each member of the QCE executive to ensure the successful completion of their tasks.

Jessica MacNaught
QCE Director of Logistics

Jessica MacNaught, Con-Ed '18

The Director of Logistics is responsible for organizing the workshop presenters, keynote speakers, and the teacher resource fair for QCE. The presenters are chosen with the aim of expanding the knowledge of future teachers and to give them tools that they can use when they begin their careers. The Director of Logistics is expected to find and create workshops that will not only be informative, but fun and interesting as well. This position also works with the Chair to find inspirational and humorous keynote speakers. In addition, the Director of Logistics coordinates the volunteers for Conference weekend.

Jacqueline O'Rourke
QCE Director of Marketing

Jacqueline O'Rourke, Con-Ed '18

The Director of Marketing is responsible for advertising QCE to the Con-Ed and Queen's community as well as soliciting participants from other Ontario universities. The Director of Marketing liaises with the appropriate student leaders and student associations within the University to ensure maximum exposure of Conference within Queen's and other Ontario universities. The Director of Marketing is also responsible for designing and maintaining the website and QCE's Facebook and Twitter accounts. The Director of Marketing is required to coordinate the purchase of Conference products, such as materials for registration as well as executive clothing.

Michelle Lamb
QCE Director of Special Events

Michelle Lamb, Con-Ed '18

The Director of Special Events is responsible for coordinating all social events for the Conference weekend, including the Friday Night Social and the final banquet. The Director of Special Events is also required to organize icebreaker activities to encourage interaction among all Conference delegates. The Director of Special Events is also expected to organize all pre-Conference socials in order to raise awareness and encourage attendance at QCE in addition to raising funds. The Director of Special Events is also responsible for coordinating all meals and snacks for the Conference weekend.

Carley Rouble
QCE Director of Finance

Carley Rouble, Con-Ed '18

The Director of Finance is responsible for ensuring the financial stability of QCE. During the planning period and throughout the year, the Director of Finance keeps track of all the Conference spending ensuring that the Conference Executive stays within the budget, making adjustments as needed. The Director of Finance is also required to arrange hotel and billeting accommodations for all external delegates and speakers.

Ishta Xavier
QCE Director of Sponsorship

Ishta Xavier, Con-Ed '19

The Director of Sponsorship is responsible for approaching and working with large and small scale companies to provide funding for the conference, both monetary and product, in conjunction with the Office of Advancement. The Director of Sponsorship is required to create a sponsorship package, manage donor and sponsor relations, and apply for applicable Queen’s grants.

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First-Year Intern to the VP (External)

TBD, Con-Ed '21

The First Year Intern to the Vice-President (External) works closely with the Vice-President (External) to complete the responsibilities under their portfolio and umbrella, in addition to expanding on and creating initiatives for Con-Ed students. The First Year Intern to the Vice-President (External) also attends a variety meetings, events and initiatives in order to develop of better sense of Con-Ed life and CESA as a whole.

Aliyaa Mohammed
CESA Clubs Director

Aliyaa Mohammed, Con-Ed '19

The CESA clubs director is responsible for organizing and managing the clubs that have been formed under CESA's clubs initiative. They serve as a liaison between the ratified clubs and CESA assembly.

Danielle Leroux and Abby Skene
Alumni Homecoming Coordinators

Danielle Leroux and Abby Skene, Con-Ed '19 and 20

The Alumni Homecoming Coordinators are responsible for planning and facilitating a homecoming event for Queen’s Education alumni during Homecoming weekend. This event typically includes a speaker and evening events, as well as get-togethers throughout the weekend to create relationships between current and past students.

Vanessa Li and Katey Day
Workshop Coordinators

Vanessa Li and Katey Day, Con-Ed '18

The Workshop Coordinators are responsible for offering Con-Ed students the opportunity to engage with each other, faculty, staff and professionals to build on a love for and commitment to education and professional development through various workshops. Past workshops have included portfolio development, outdoor education, special education, classroom management and experience abroad, all with the objective of promoting discussion, interactive learning and networking. The Workshop Coordinators are expected to be open to suggestions to ensure that each workshop represents the interests and concerns of a diverse group of students.

Internal Umbrella

Charlotte Corelli and Smaranda Popescu
Athletic Coordinators

Charlotte Corelli and Smaranda Popescu, Con-Ed '18 and 20

The Athletic Coordinators are responsible for running CESA's sports and recreation program. Their first responsibility is to get members of Con-Ed to sign up and play for Con-Ed intramural teams, choosing captains for these teams, and ensuring payment of all intramural fees and bonds. The Athletic Coordinators are responsible for making sure that there are wide variety of sports offered to Con-Ed students in both single-gendered and co-ed categories including soccer, basketball, touch football, hockey, volleyball, curling, ultimate frisbee, and the Queen's favourite, inner-tube water polo. The majority of intramural teams have different "tiers" allowing for students at every skill level the chance to participate. The Athletic Coordinators are also responsible for organizing Con-Ed's team entry into the University-wide annual BEWIC Sports Days tournament in January.

Alice Min
Marketing and Design Director

Alice Min, Con-Ed '20

The Marketing and Design Director is responsible for making sure Con-Ed students are fully aware of the news and events that are relevant to them within the faculty and the University by using a wide range of marketing tools. The Marketing and Design Director oversees the activities of the B.Ed Spread Editors, Photography Coordinators, Merchandise Coordinator and IT Administrator, acting as a liaison between the holders of these positions and Council, relaying dates, concerns, and other pertinent information discussed during Council meetings. The Marketing and Design Director is also responsible for maintaining the Association's Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Suzy Zhang
IT Administrator

Suzy Zhang, Con-Ed '18

The IT Administrator is responsible for the design and maintenance of the CESA website. The IT Administrator is expected to create pages on the website to serve the different needs of the Association, and posts frequent updates to the home page to keep Con-Ed students up to date on all the latest news, events, and initiatives within CESA. The IT Administrator is responsible for updating the information on the website using information provided by the Executive and the Marketing and Design Director. In addition, the IT Administrator works with the Orientation Week Executive and Queen's Conference on Education Executive to assist in the maintenance of their websites.

Renee Brazeau and Yael Gazit
B.Ed Spread Editors

Renee Brazeau and Yael Gazit , Con-Ed '19 and 20

The B.Ed Spread Editors are responsible for publishing the Con-Ed newsletter in order to make sure that Con-Ed students are aware of the latest news, events, and initiatives within CESA. With help from the B.Ed Spread Committee, the Editors are responsible for making sure that the newsletter contains relevant articles and photographs detailing the life of Con-Ed.

Sean Musclow and Emily Teves
Photography Coordinators

Sean Musclow and Emily Teves, Con-Ed '18 and 20

The Photography Coordinators are responsible for photographing Con-Ed events during the year, in order to provide Con-Ed students with a nice visual retrospective on the previous school year. They ensure that all con-ed students have something to remember events by.

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First Year Representatives

TBD, Con-Ed '21

The First Year Representatives act as a liaison between CESA Council and first year students. It is the Representatives' role to ensure that their year is informed about upcoming events and what is happening within Con-Ed, chiefly through their weekly e-mails. The Representatives are responsible for organizing a variety of events during the school year to bring first years together in a social setting. The First Year Representatives are also required to organize a fundraising event during the winter semester that will go towards their years B.Edder 4U gift upon graduation. In addition the Representatives' are in charge of coordinating the selection and sale of a year jacket bar.

Jathorsan Lingarajan and Makenzi Mellon
Second Year Representatives

Jathorsan Lingarajan and Makenzi Mellon, Con-Ed '20

The Second Year Representative acts as a liaison between CESA Council and second year students. It is the Representative's role to ensure that their year is informed about upcoming events and what is happening within Con-Ed, chiefly through their weekly e-mails. The Representative is responsible for organizing a variety of events during the school year to bring second years together in a social setting. The Second Year Representative is also required to organize a fundraising event during the winter semester that will go towards their years ThankQ gift upon graduation. The Representative is also responsible for planning the Buddy Picnic in September. This involves pairing first year students with upper year students to give them the opportunity to ask any questions or express concerns about academic or extra-curricular matters pertaining to Con-Ed and Queen's.

Connie Trinh and Emily Walker
Third Year Representatives

Connie Trinh and Emily Walker, Con-Ed '19

The Third Year Representatives act as a liaison between CESA Council and third year students. It is the Representatives' role to ensure that their year is informed about upcoming events and what is happening within Con-Ed, chiefly through their weekly e-mails. The Representatives are responsible for organizing a variety of events during the school year to bring third years together in a social setting. The Third Year Representatives are also required to organize a fundraising event during the fall semester that will go towards their years ThankQ gift upon graduation. The Representatives' are also responsible for coordinating Con-Ed's clothing sales by the conclusion of the fall semester for sale at the beginning of January.

Megan Kingvisser and Erica Frosst
Fourth Year Representatives

Megan Kingvisser and Erica Frosst, Con-Ed '18

The Fourth Year Representatives act as a liaison between CESA Council and fourth year students. It is the Representatives' role to ensure that their year is informed about upcoming events and what is happening within Con-Ed, chiefly through their weekly e-mails. The Representatives are responsible for organizing a variety of events during the school year to bring fourth years together in a social setting. The Fourth Year Representatives are also required to organize a fundraising event during the fall semester that will go towards their years ThankQ gift upon graduation. The Representatives' are required to chair the CESA ThankQ committee and decide where to allocate the ThankQ donations within the University.

Rachel Shindman
Alumni Representative

Rachel Shindman, Class of 2012

The Alumni Representative is required to serve a five year term leading up to the class' next official class reunion, five years after convocation. The Alumni Representative is expected to be accessible to their classmates and provide opportunities for the class to stay connected to each other, to Con-Ed, and to Queen's in as many ways as possible. This include holding events and programs other than official reunions, providing information and submitting columns for selected editions of the Alumni Review magazine, returning to campus for homecoming, representing their class at the Alumni Assembly, and establishing an Alumni committee to help maintains ties with all members of their year.

Katie Skyvington
Alumni Representative

Katie Skyvington, Class of 2013

The Alumni Representative is required to serve a five year term leading up to the class' next official class reunion, five years after convocation. The Alumni Representative is expected to be accessible to their classmates and provide opportunities for the class to stay connected to each other, to Con-Ed, and to Queen's in as many ways as possible. This include holding events and programs other than official reunions, providing information and submitting columns for selected editions of the Alumni Review magazine, returning to campus for homecoming, representing their class at the Alumni Assembly, and establishing an Alumni committee to help maintains ties with all members of their year.

Taylor MacPherson
Alumni Representative

Taylor MacPherson, Class of 2015

The Alumni Representative is required to serve a five year term leading up to the class' next official class reunion, five years after convocation. The Alumni Representative is expected to be accessible to their classmates and provide opportunities for the class to stay connected to each other, to Con-Ed, and to Queen's in as many ways as possible. This include holding events and programs other than official reunions, providing information and submitting columns for selected editions of the Alumni Review magazine, returning to campus for homecoming, representing their class at the Alumni Assembly, and establishing an Alumni committee to help maintains ties with all members of their year.

Kyle Minniti
Alumni Representative

Kyle Minniti , Class of 2016

The Alumni Representative is required to serve a five year term leading up to the class' next official class reunion, five years after convocation. The Alumni Representative is expected to be accessible to their classmates and provide opportunities for the class to stay connected to each other, to Con-Ed, and to Queen's in as many ways as possible. This include holding events and programs other than official reunions, providing information and submitting columns for selected editions of the Alumni Review magazine, returning to campus for homecoming, representing their class at the Alumni Assembly, and establishing an Alumni committee to help maintains ties with all members of their year.

Hannah Komlodi
Alumni Representative

Hannah Komlodi , Class of 2016

The Alumni Representative is required to serve a five year term leading up to the class' next official class reunion, five years after convocation. The Alumni Representative is expected to be accessible to their classmates and provide opportunities for the class to stay connected to each other, to Con-Ed, and to Queen's in as many ways as possible. This include holding events and programs other than official reunions, providing information and submitting columns for selected editions of the Alumni Review magazine, returning to campus for homecoming, representing their class at the Alumni Assembly, and establishing an Alumni committee to help maintains ties with all members of their year.

Kerri Lee
Alumni Representative

Kerri Lee, Class of 2017

The Alumni Representative is required to serve a five year term leading up to the class' next official class reunion, five years after convocation. The Alumni Representative is expected to be accessible to their classmates and provide opportunities for the class to stay connected to each other, to Con-Ed, and to Queen's in as many ways as possible. This include holding events and programs other than official reunions, providing information and submitting columns for selected editions of the Alumni Review magazine, returning to campus for homecoming, representing their class at the Alumni Assembly, and establishing an Alumni committee to help maintains ties with all members of their year.

Oshaelynn Swartz
Alumni Representative

Oshaelynn Swartz, Class of 2017

The Alumni Representative is required to serve a five year term leading up to the class' next official class reunion, five years after convocation. The Alumni Representative is expected to be accessible to their classmates and provide opportunities for the class to stay connected to each other, to Con-Ed, and to Queen's in as many ways as possible. This include holding events and programs other than official reunions, providing information and submitting columns for selected editions of the Alumni Review magazine, returning to campus for homecoming, representing their class at the Alumni Assembly, and establishing an Alumni committee to help maintains ties with all members of their year.

Amanda Lyons
Merchandise Coordinator

Amanda Lyons, Con-Ed '19

The Merchandise Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the sale of jacket bars and regular merchandise in the Office, determining the design and selection of Con-Ed Clothing along with the Third Year Representatives, introducing limited-run merchandise sales, coordinating the selling of Con-Ed vegan and leather jackets with ASUS, and many other initiatives.

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First-Year Intern to the VP (Internal)

TBD, Con-Ed '21

The First Year Intern to the Vice-President (Internal) works closely with the Vice-President (Internal) to complete the responsibilities under their portfolio and umbrella, in addition to expanding on and creating initiatives for Con-Ed students. The First Year Intern to the Vice-President (Internal) also attends a variety meetings, events and initiatives in order to develop of better sense of Con-Ed life and CESA as a whole.