President

Introducing  Christianne Morrison , your incoming HUCSC President. You may know her from her lead role in Mamma Mia this spring, from her time serving as VP Student Affairs, or from her countless other involvements on campus. This past year, she was as Soph, an executive of three clubs, on Dance Force, starred in a musical, maintained her Dean’s Honour Role status at both Huron and Ivey, earned a scholarship as part of her internship at RBC Capital Markets, volunteered her time for noble causes, sang in the Huron Chapel Choir, and attended a conference to advocate on behalf of Western and Huron to the provincial government, and of course, ran her campaign to become your HUCSC President, all while overloading her course load. She has been involved in the HUCSC since she began at Huron and has been mastering the ropes ever since. Passion projects and advocacy points for Christianne include wellness, Truth and Reconciliation, student autonomy, and provincial and federal government policy. She demonstrates her compassion toward students by actively mentoring and engaging with students. Her passion for Huron is only matched by her dedication to the students themselves and she cannot wait to serve her term. So much so that prior to taking office at the end of April, she had already accomplished four of her platform points, and is taking care of many more over the summer. There is nothing she loves more than connecting with students. Visit her in the HUCSC (next to the SAC) or email her at  president@myhuron.ca  if you have any questions or concerns throughout the year.

Introducing Christianne Morrison, your incoming HUCSC President. You may know her from her lead role in Mamma Mia this spring, from her time serving as VP Student Affairs, or from her countless other involvements on campus. This past year, she was as Soph, an executive of three clubs, on Dance Force, starred in a musical, maintained her Dean’s Honour Role status at both Huron and Ivey, earned a scholarship as part of her internship at RBC Capital Markets, volunteered her time for noble causes, sang in the Huron Chapel Choir, and attended a conference to advocate on behalf of Western and Huron to the provincial government, and of course, ran her campaign to become your HUCSC President, all while overloading her course load. She has been involved in the HUCSC since she began at Huron and has been mastering the ropes ever since. Passion projects and advocacy points for Christianne include wellness, Truth and Reconciliation, student autonomy, and provincial and federal government policy. She demonstrates her compassion toward students by actively mentoring and engaging with students. Her passion for Huron is only matched by her dedication to the students themselves and she cannot wait to serve her term. So much so that prior to taking office at the end of April, she had already accomplished four of her platform points, and is taking care of many more over the summer. There is nothing she loves more than connecting with students. Visit her in the HUCSC (next to the SAC) or email her at president@myhuron.ca if you have any questions or concerns throughout the year.

VP Finance & Administration

David Wood-Downey  is going into his fifth and final year studying accounting and political sciences here at Huron. This is his first time getting involved with student government and is excited to apply everything he has learned through his studies and work experience in the past 4 years. David will be working tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the student experience at Huron is one you will not forget. Reach him at  vpfinance@myhuron.ca  for any question or swing by his office across from the SAC.

David Wood-Downey is going into his fifth and final year studying accounting and political sciences here at Huron. This is his first time getting involved with student government and is excited to apply everything he has learned through his studies and work experience in the past 4 years. David will be working tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the student experience at Huron is one you will not forget. Reach him at vpfinance@myhuron.ca for any question or swing by his office across from the SAC.

VP Student Affairs

Natalie Cross  is in her fourth year at Huron studying Political Science, English and Cultural Studies, and History. She also plays the violin at main campus. Huron is her home and her heart - from being involved in sophing, having multiple roles in HUDS (Donna in Mamma Mia was a major highlight), and being Associate Vice President Student Affairs for two terms (involved in facilitating community-based programming and wellness initiatives), she is beyond excited to spend her final year advocating for this community. Some of Natalie's passions and directions for the portfolio include working to navigate the HUCSC through Truth and Reconciliation, providing student wellness support, and using her role as a platform for students' voices. She is a major cat person, loves a great meal with conversation, and is always willing to grab a coffee and chat. Follow her on Twitter (@natalie_crossX) for portfolio updates, or send an email at  vpstudentaffairs@myhuron.ca . Catch her in the council office or on campus anytime to say hello. Happy 2019-2020 school year, Huron!

Natalie Cross is in her fourth year at Huron studying Political Science, English and Cultural Studies, and History. She also plays the violin at main campus. Huron is her home and her heart - from being involved in sophing, having multiple roles in HUDS (Donna in Mamma Mia was a major highlight), and being Associate Vice President Student Affairs for two terms (involved in facilitating community-based programming and wellness initiatives), she is beyond excited to spend her final year advocating for this community. Some of Natalie's passions and directions for the portfolio include working to navigate the HUCSC through Truth and Reconciliation, providing student wellness support, and using her role as a platform for students' voices. She is a major cat person, loves a great meal with conversation, and is always willing to grab a coffee and chat. Follow her on Twitter (@natalie_crossX) for portfolio updates, or send an email at vpstudentaffairs@myhuron.ca. Catch her in the council office or on campus anytime to say hello. Happy 2019-2020 school year, Huron!

VP Communications

Emily Murray  is going into her fifth year studying Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences at Western and Global Development at Huron. She is deeply passionate about the function of the human body (a bit of a geek) and the accessibility/quality of healthcare. Her dream is to combine her core science background with the global citizen and critical thinking focus developed through her studies at Huron to work in healthcare locally and globally. Although she began her university career as a Western student, she stumbled across Huron during her first semester and quickly fell in love with the unique community and people and decided to make it her home away from home. The feeling of belonging to a family like Huron is like none other. You may have seen her goofing around as a soph or with her nose deep in the books in the beautiful library commons. Emily took last school year off for a 12-month internship with BioLiNE Corporation and found a new passion for communications and marketing techniques. She is an outgoing, energetic individual and is so excited to take on this role as Vice President Communications. Her goal is to make the Huron community feel connected and ensure students’ their voices are heard. Please don’t hesitate to reach out for anything (promotions, initiative awareness, or just to chat) @  vpcommunications@myhuron.ca .

Emily Murray is going into her fifth year studying Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences at Western and Global Development at Huron. She is deeply passionate about the function of the human body (a bit of a geek) and the accessibility/quality of healthcare. Her dream is to combine her core science background with the global citizen and critical thinking focus developed through her studies at Huron to work in healthcare locally and globally. Although she began her university career as a Western student, she stumbled across Huron during her first semester and quickly fell in love with the unique community and people and decided to make it her home away from home. The feeling of belonging to a family like Huron is like none other. You may have seen her goofing around as a soph or with her nose deep in the books in the beautiful library commons. Emily took last school year off for a 12-month internship with BioLiNE Corporation and found a new passion for communications and marketing techniques. She is an outgoing, energetic individual and is so excited to take on this role as Vice President Communications. Her goal is to make the Huron community feel connected and ensure students’ their voices are heard. Please don’t hesitate to reach out for anything (promotions, initiative awareness, or just to chat) @ vpcommunications@myhuron.ca.

VP Student Events

Chris Chettleburgh  is going into his second year at Huron majoring in English. In his first year, he was active around campus as a member of the inner tube water polo team and part of the HUDS production Mamma Mia stage crew. He was a member of the Student Events portfolio for HUCSC last school year, and is very excited to lead the new team and provide fun events for you. He wants to get to know as many Huron community members as possible, so if you ever see him feel free to stop him to chat, or send him an email at  vpstudentevents@myhuron.ca .

Chris Chettleburgh is going into his second year at Huron majoring in English. In his first year, he was active around campus as a member of the inner tube water polo team and part of the HUDS production Mamma Mia stage crew. He was a member of the Student Events portfolio for HUCSC last school year, and is very excited to lead the new team and provide fun events for you. He wants to get to know as many Huron community members as possible, so if you ever see him feel free to stop him to chat, or send him an email at vpstudentevents@myhuron.ca.