CSU 2021 By-Election Unofficial Results Released

An introduction to the new CSU board members and CBPS association presidents

Bridget Stringer-Holden // News Editor

The unofficial results of the recent by-election are out! With a turnout of 566 votes, voting closed at 5pm on Oct. 7, and the results were posted soon after on the CSU’s Simply Voting website.

Here is an introduction to the newest members of the CSU Board of Directors and the CBPS presidents for the rest of the 2021-2022 year:

Capilano Students’ Union:

Vice-President Equity & Sustainability

MacKenzie Gibson

Candidate did not submit a statement.

Accessibility Justice Coordinator

Michael Greyell (He/Him)

“My plan for obtaining this role is to give each student at Capilano the chance to reach their full potential. As long as you have the hunger to be here, learning, I want to make it possible. I plan to reduce the stigma around brain injury survivors”

Students of Colour Liaison

Shawn Caldera

Candidate did not submit a statement.

Women Students Representative

Negar Leilnahari (She/her)

“I’m proud to represent the women , the students, the daughters, the mothers , and whoever identifies as a women in this beautiful community of ours. Looking forward in getting guidance from each and one of you and getting to know your stories and how CSU can help you.”

At-Large Representative

Lalita Sasya (She/her)

“I’m incredibly excited and honored to be elected as At-large Representative this year. I look forward to making more amazing learning experiences here in Cap!”

At-Large Representative

Itsuki Yokoyama

Candidate did not submit a statement.

Capilano Business & Professional Society:

Capilano Business & Professional Society President

Ishita Sharda (She/Her/Hers)

“I am thrilled to be elected as the President for Capilano Business and Professional Society after holding the VP position for the last few months! It’s an incredible opportunity to continue representing our diverse Business students, discover exciting work-experience opportunities for them and further guide other Association Presidents. Thank you!”

Capilano Finance Association President

David Xiong

Candidate did not submit a statement.

Capilano Human Resources Management Association President

Dahlia H. Vu (She/her/hers)

“It is an honour to be chosen as your president of HRMA for this term. With the trust and support from our student community, I will continue leading HRMA to promote useful HR practices and help CapU students on their journey to build a career in this field.”

Capilano Marketing Association President

Linh Ha (she/her)

“Thank you for all of your belief in me and electing me to be the President of CAPUMA. I am excited for the new school year and create opportunities for CapU members to learn and engage in Marketing.”

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