Established over 75 years ago, the St. Thomas University Students’ Union is a democratic body representing all students at St. Thomas University. The mission of the Students’ Union is to effectively represent and provide services to the students of St. Thomas University and to advocate the position of the organization before the University’s administration, municipal government, provincial ministries and federal departments. The Students’ Union strives to enhance the life and experience of students with a positive educational, social and cultural environment while attending St. Thomas University.
“The Students’ Union is a democratically elected body, whose mission is to effectively represent and provide services to the students of St. Thomas University and to advocate the position of the organization before the University’s administration, municipal government, provincial ministries and federal departments. The Students’ Union strives to enhance the life and experience of students with a positive educational, social and cultural environment while attending St. Thomas University.”
– St. Thomas University Students’ Union Constitution Title III Section I
Hey STUdents! My name is Brianna Workman and I am unbelievably excited to be your STUSU President this year. I am a fourth year student majoring in Communications and Public Policy and Political Science. I am from Kemptville, Ontario, which is a tiny town outside of Ottawa. I hope that STU becomes your second home very quickly, just like it did for me a few years ago when I first came to here.
If you ever see me on campus, I would love to get to know you and chat so please don't be shy. Here’s to another great year at STU!
Vice-President Administration: firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Husoni Raymond and I am from Kingston, Jamaica. I am currently in my third year here at St. Thomas pursuing a double major in Criminology and Communications and Public Policy. I am looking forward to improving the support system for clubs and societies on campus as they are at the core of a vibrant university campus and contribute to the overall well-being of students.
Vice-President Education: email@example.com
I am in my fourth year pursuing a double-honours in political science and human rights. I grew up in Maine, U.S.A, but my family is from the Maritimes! As Vice President Education, I am most looking forward to running the Get Out The Vote campaign for the 2018 provincial election!
Vice-President Student Life: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello everyone! My name is Wasiimah Joomun and I am really excited to be your STUSU Vice President Student Life for the academic year 2018-2019. I am a third-year international student from Mauritius, who is currently double majoring in Psychology and Criminology. As the VP Student Life, I am really looking forward to working collectively with Student Services, off-campus services and the student bodies to ensure that students’ needs are being taken care of in the best way possible. I really hope that STU becomes your home and that you enjoy your journey here as much as I do. If you ever see me around, please feel free to say hi and chat. I unbelievably love chatting with people and making new friends. Wishing you all a very successful, enriching, and eventful 2018-2019 year at STU!
Holy Cross House Representative (email@example.com): Madison King
Hello! My name is Madison King and I am a second year STUdent from Rothesay, New Brunswick. I am double-majoring in French and English, and after my Bachelor of Arts degree I plan on completing an Education degree here again at STU. I’m so excited to be Holy Cross’ Vice President External and to represent my small, but mighty residence on STUSU for the 2018/19 school year!
Off-Campus Representative (firstname.lastname@example.org): Katrina Amos
Hello! My name is Katrina Amos and I am a fourth year student completing an Honours in Human Rights. I'm excited to hold the position of Off-Campus Representative for the 2018-2019 academic year and make it one that off-campus students will not forget. My goal is to make students feel at home in Fredericton, both on and off campus, so it will always hold a place near to your heart, as it does mine.
Off-Campus Representative (email@example.com): Marlyne Vanderlee
Hey everyone! I'm very excited to be one of your off-campus representatives along side Katrina Amos this year. I'm in my third year; doing a double major in psych and crim and I'm from Fredericton.
I'm looking forward to build a more involved off-campus community and to promote resources that can improve the off-campus life. I wish you all luck this school year and hope to see you at any events that there will be!
At-Large Representative (firstname.lastname@example.org): Emilie Hanlon
I am in my fourth year at STU and I have a major in Human Rights and Psychology. I have grown up and lived in Fredericton my whole life! I am looking forward to being a member on the STUSU because I want to have more conversations with students on campus and I want to share my ideas with the union.
International Student Representative (email@example.com): Diana Chavez
Hello everyone! My name is Diana Chávez and I am from Quito, Ecuador. I am in my second year at STU and I plan to double major in Journalism and Great Books and minor in Creative Writing.
I am very passionate about the international student community at STU—I believe its diversity brings joy and life to campus! As International Student Representative, I look forward to advocating for the needs of international students and making sure their voice is heard on campus. Also, I plan to bring international and Canadian students closer together by working with STUISA.
If you want to chat or have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me at the email above!
Sexual and Gender Diversity Representative (firstname.lastname@example.org): Sara Nason
Sara is a Sociology and Creative Writing student going into their fourth year at STU. Originally from middle-of-nowhere New Brunswick, Fredericton is the biggest city Sara has ever lived in! As a passionate queer student, Sara is super excited to make sure the needs and concerns of STU's LGBTQIA+ community are being heard by the Student's Union.
Student Senator (email@example.com): Robyn Metcalfe
Hello there! My name is Robyn Metcalfe and I hold the position of Student Senator. I am a fourth year student studying Sociology, Psychology and Human Rights. I am very excited to hold a voice for the students, and I look forward to what this year has in store!
Student Senator (firstname.lastname@example.org): Octavia Cook
Hello folks! My name is Octavia Cook and I use she/her pronouns. I will be one of your Student Senators for this year. I am going into my third year here at STU studying History and English. I am originally from Ottawa and came to STU in order to have a more interactive learning environment. This will be my first year on STUSU and I am excited to meet and hear from all the different types of students STU has to offer!
Graduating Class President (email@example.com): Anisha Romany
My name is Anisha Romany, and I am in my fourth year of study at STU. I am pursuing Honours in both Spanish and Music, as well as an Italian Minor. I am from the beautiful Caribbean twin-isle republic, Trinidad and Tobago. I am thrilled to be your Grad Class President for 2018-19, and I look forward to reaching out to everyone in my graduating class and making the best of our final year at STU together! Here's to a fantastic and memorable grad year!
General Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org): Tina Iannarilli
Hi, my name is Tina Iannarilli and for the past 24 years I have had the pleasure of serving STUdents as General Manager of STU SU. I know what you are thinking, she must have started when she was 12. *wink *wink. I joke, but I wasn’t much older than most students at that time. I have been truly blessed to work as part of one of the best institutions on the planet in my humble opinion.
I have always loved the close-knit community that STU provides like a family really. The opportunity to work with a team of student leaders that cares so much about fostering that family vibe and taking care of our own has been an amazing experience. I won’t go on about everything our leaders do for you as they will toot their own horns I am sure in their own bios.
I will say to those of you new to STU, this is going to a great year and I am so excited to work alongside your STU SU Exec and Council for 2018/19.
If you ever find yourself wandering the halls of the SUB stop by and say Hi! Room 31 is located in the armpit of the SUB and it gets lonely there so visitors are always welcome!
All the Best,
Chief Returning Officer (email@example.com): Erickson Miranda
My name is Erickson Miranda and I'm an International Student from Nicaragua. I am in my second year, planning to major in Political Science and International Relations. As a Chief Returning Officer, I am very excited to continue working for the student union and to help out in this year's elections.
Welcome Week Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org): Rebecca Kingston
Hey STU! My name is Rebecca Kingston and I am so excited to be your Welcome Week Chair. I am a fourth year student from Miramichi, N.B. honouring in French and majoring in History. Welcome Week helped me realize that St. Thomas was the place for me and I look forward to creating that experience for incoming students. If you have any questions or wish to get involved, please feel free to contact me at the email above!