2022-2023 NUS COUNCIL
My name is Enora & I am a U3 BScN student from Baltimore MD. My passions include FOOD, skiing, and of course nursing.
Now being on council for 3 years, I am excited to serve as your NUS President for 2022-2023! As President, I oversee the Executive & General Committee activities, coordinate relations between NUS and ISoN and NGSA, and serve as a spokesperson for the NUS on various committees.
Please feel free to reach out anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or to chat!
Chief Operating Officer
Hello fellow nursing students!
My name is Noémie and I am a BScN U2 student. I am trilled to be the COO for the year 2022-2023!
I take care of the logistics, meaning that my role is to make the council run as smoothly as possible. My tasks include running the official email account and NUS website, where I do my best to keep students updated on all that relates to the NUS. I also take care of room booking, council meetings and I work with ISoN faculty when needed.
If you have any questions or comments, you can reach me at email@example.com! You can also reach me at that same email address if you aren't sure who to contact and it will be my absolute pleasure to redirect you to the appropriate resource!
Let's make this year a great one!
VP Academic, BScN
My name is Sara and I am currently a U3 BScN student:) I am running VP Academics BScN for the academic year 2022-2023! I am here to bridge the gaps between the student body and the ISoN faculty to advocate your academic needs. My main role is to have all ISoN Students (that means you!) to receive the most of academic support to reach the highest academic potential!
If you want to discuss about any concerns, opinions, academic questions, or just want to say hi please reach out to me and my representatives! Me and the NUS council is always here to listen:)
VP Academic, BNI
Hey nursing students!
My name is Jayme and I’m a BNI U2 student. I am looking forward to being your VP Academic BNI for the year 2022-2023!
I’m here to support the BNI cohort with all things academic! Feel free to reach out to me at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m currently a nurse on a busy hematology-oncology-stem cell transplant-palliative care unit at the MUHC. I love my job and the patient population I care for, and I hope to have the opportunity to share this passion with you all.
Looking forward to getting to know you this year!
My name is Wayne Huang, and I am pleased to be your VP Internal on the NUS council! I am currently a U2 BScN student going into my U3 year, and the Quebec Regional Director at the CNSA.
I am originally from Calgary, but I came to McGill to study nursing! In my free time, I enjoy cooking, sunbathing, and going for long rides on my longboard!
With restrictions being relaxed, I'd like to take the advantage of bringing back even more opportunities that aim to engage the Nursing Undergraduate student body, in order to make YOUR McGill experience more memorable! Now, I'd like to take bigger steps and bigger responsibilities as your VP Internal in order to bring even more into your undergraduate studies at McGill, and ensure you make experiences and connections that will last a lifetime! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com
Hello! My name is Lenardo Miguel (Leo) Dadulla. I am the VP external for the NUS council year 2022-2023 and going into my U3 year of the BSc Nursing program at McGill. I am looking forward to having this chance as VP External to be the representative of nursing students to organizations outside the NUS such as in SSMU. I'll be sure to make sure that nursing students stay in the loop of communication.
If there's anything that I can help with, don't hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . My experiences at McGill and in studying nursing has taught me how important it is to get concerns or worries out and I would be happy to help in any way to improve all of our McGill experiences.
Hey nurses and future nurses!
My name is Alice and I am a U2 BScN student. It is my pleasure to serve you all as your VP Finance for 2022-2023 academic school year. My role consists of overseeing the NUS budget, and allocate funds to different council members so that they can organize events and activities to support nursing students in all aspects (social, educational, and financial). I also communicate closely with Student’s Society of McGill University (SSMU) to ensure sustainable planning of the NUS finances. In my spare time, (wait what Is that…), I enjoy a five-hour power nap! Feel free to reach out to me at any time regarding any questions or concerns, or even if you want a nursing assessment, at email@example.com 😊
VP Global Health
Hi! My name is Ivy and I am a U3 BScN student.
I look forward to serve as the the VP global health for this year! I am passionate the promotion of health and resilience in my surrounding community!
My role as VP global health will be to oversee all global health related events and to bring you all initiatives that will be aimed to addressing global health issues through a nursing perspective. I will also working as a liaison between the NUS council and the Global Health Committee to make sure that everyone is up to date with current GH events.
If you have any questions or ideas for the Global Health Committee feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org! I look forward to seeing you all soon at future events!
NAOMI PASTRANA MANKOVITZ
I'm Nay (she/her), a U2 BScN student looking to drive concrete and meaningful action towards social and environmental justice at ISoN and beyond! After advocating for this position to be created within the NUS last year, it is with absolute gratitude that I am able to apply to fill the VP Sustainability position in its second year. I believe this reflects that we are all moving towards a better place and this gives me the passion and conviction to keep on campaigning for nurses to be leaders in Planetary Health.
Much like the concept of Planetary Health, sustainability must take into consideration the intersections of social and environmental justice. There simply is no sustainability without intersectionality, especially Indigenous justice, for their communities are both protective leaders of our environment and suffer the greatest consequences of its destruction. Therefore, my goal as VP would be to create meaningful relations with you! (the community), amplify Indigenous voices and drive our collective goals of sustainability forward. Collectivism is inherent to sustainability, so I hope that together we can harness the powerful potential for change we have as nursing students at McGill!
Official Delegate CNSA
Hi nurses and future nurses!
My name is Junya Wang, and I'm super excited to be the official delegate of CNSA! I will work closely with CNSA, Canadian Nursing Students' Association, to communicate with you about their conferences, events, other opportunities, and organize a career fair. In my free time, I like cycling and playing chess. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions, comments, or just want to chat!
Hello nurses and future nurses!
My name is Guila Barchichat and I’m a U3 BScN student. I’m delighted to be serving as your Equity Commissioner this year. A little bit about me: I enjoy yoga, knitting, reading, and trying out new recipes.
My role consists of ensuring NUS initiatives are equitable for all students and to be available to students experiencing issues of equity. I also act as a liaison between the NUS and the Equity Commissioner of the SSMU, as well as the LESAs and the WELL office. I’m passionate about social justice and advocacy, which at heart are nursing values, and aim to create positive change in our school.
Feel free to reach me at email@example.com if you have any questions or you’d just like to chat.
JOSE LONDONO VELEZ
Hello everyone, my name is Jose Londono and I am a U3 nursing student and this year’s Nurse Senator.
As your representative in the university’s highest student led governing body it is my duty to reflect your interests at the McGill Senate. There, I partake in meetings (caucuses) with SSMU's 12 other senators to advocate for academic policies and initiatives that benefit students and provide input on academic university concerns. It is my goal this year to work with the NUS to characterise and assess nursing students’ course feedback to enact positive change in the ISoN’s curriculum.
Graduation Representative, BScN
Hello fellow nursing students!
My name is Alyssa Bartucci, a U3 BScN student and I will be your graduation representative for the 2022-2023 academic year.
My role as your BScN graduation representative is to plan the graduation gala and fundraise for the event. I am planning on creating an event that honours all my classmates’ accomplishments throughout their nursing studies at McGill. I really enjoy planning events and finding ways to save money, which in turn permits for a better bang for your buck. I will collaborate with members of the NUS council and my classmates in creating a graduation that is worth remembering.I also have various contacts with sponsors which will add extra perks to our graduation experience and make it that much more enjoyable.
As your graduation representative, I will make sure to include students’ input when making decisions for our celebration. Although we have not had many in-person courses throughout the past two years, the different fundraising events will be a perfect opportunity to get to know one another. Who doesn’t like selling baked goods and eating them too?
I am beyond excited to create an event that is worth remembering. Please feel free to contact me for fundraising ideas and if you would like to join the graduation committee.
Graduation Representative, BNI
Hi nursing students!
My name is Nicole Sokolovitch and I am the Graduation Representative for the BNI U3 cohort this academic year. I am a full-time student in my second year of the BNI program and am looking forward to being a part of the NUS. My goal as the BNI U3 graduation representative is to work with you all to bring to life your ideas for graduation to make it an amazing and memorable experience!
I would describe myself as very organized, creative and resourceful, which I believe are all very needed for this position! These qualities will help me in planning this event, along with Alyssa, to ensure that it goes as smoothly as possible. Also, I am very approachable so please, if you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to reach out to me and it will be my pleasure to help!
With the return to in-person classes, I hope to meet more of my fellow nursing students and make our last year, a year we will always remember!
Hi, my name is Jamie, and I am a U2 BScN student. I was born and raised in Montreal, I enjoy listening to music, going for runs on the canal, re-watching the Harry Potter movies, and eating good food (especially pho) with good company!
I am so excited to be the social representative for the NUS 2022-2023! As social rep, it is my job to plan fun events for all undergraduate nursing students, BScN AND BNI! Since this is the first year post covid restrictions, I feel a responsibility to bring back traditional NUS events and some new exciting social events to help nursing students make new connections, bond, and grow our NUS pride! I encourage you to reach out by email if you have any events or activities you want to see happen or join the social committee and help me plan the social calendar this year. Reach me here: Jamie.firstname.lastname@example.org
I can’t wait to meet you all at events or on campus!
Athletic and Health Representative
Hey all! My name is Anakin and I'm currently a U3 BScN student. As an avid athlete in many disciplines (hockey, triathlon, track, etc etc) I truly believe I would not be where I am today without the positive influence of sport. I'm here to organize athletic based events to help us busy nurses relax and have some fun physical activity! Please reach out if you have any athletic based events you're looking for or if you have any questions!
Global Health Representative
Hey Nurses and Murses!
My name is Rex Wang and I’m a year two BScN student. I was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and raised in the Eastern Townships. I enjoy skiing and love cooking! (would have applied to culinary school if I didn’t go into nursing).
I am your Global Health Representative for this year! I’m looking forward to bringing forward global health issues through a nursing lens - don’t we all love hearing about other people’s problems?! I am working with the VP Global Health to bring forth current GH events.
If you have any concerns, ideas or questions, please reach out to me at: email@example.com I promise I won’t bite :).
Hope to see you around!
Chief Revenue Officer
Hey everyone, Vinh-Duy (pronounced Vin-Zwee but you can also call me Vinh). I will be in my final year of the BScN program this year. I will be your chief revenue officer on the NUS council this year. My role revolves around money, so I work closely with VP Finance. What I am most well known for is Nursing Merch. So keep your eyes peeled for announcements to that effect and order amazing merch! Outside of my role, feel free to reach out if you have questions about nursing, externships, clinicals, anything except IBL!
Associate Delegate CNSA
If you are interested in this position for the year 2022-2023, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Indigenous Student Representative
Tansi ! Hi ! My name is Adell and I am a U2 BScN student! I’m this years Indigenous Rep on council and as such will do my best to advocate for and include indigenous students and communities in the nursing profession. I’m from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, with Metis and Cree ancestry from Alberta and Saskatchewan. I have a deep love for all my people of turtle island, animals, nature, good music and dancing. If you have any questions about indigenous cultures or matters relating to to please reach out to me at email@example.com and I will do my best to answer or connect you to someone who can. We are also open and accepting of any indigenous peoples and cultures across Mother Earth, if there is anything we can do to make you feel more comfortable and connected please reach out.
Black Student Representative
Hello fellow nurses!
My name is Ernissa and I’m a U2 BScN student. I’m excited to be your Black student representative for the upcoming year! A little bit about me, food is my guilty pleasure, I’m always watching Netflix and I love to sing the wrong lyrics to every song :)
As I will be working in close collaboration with the Equity Committee and Equity Commissioner, my role will be to act as a liaison with the NUS Council to enhance ISoN diversity and equity for all.
My main goal is to bring awareness to different issues the black community has to face within the medical field. I’m also here to create partnerships within the black nursing community by organizing different events and getting us opportunities to expand our leadership.
I’m very excited about the upcoming year! Please feel free to reach out at any time for any ideas, questions or suggestions!
Hi everyone! My name is Rebecca Azoulay I am a U3 BSCN student. I will be your equity representative for the 2022-2023 school year! I hope as your representative to continue to promote a safe, friendly, respectful, and inclusive environment for everyone. Ensuring that everyone is comfortable and feels included is something very important to me and it is something that I value a lot.
A little bit about me, on my free time I love to hike, to listen to music and bake. Also, In nursing, critical care is something that really interests me.
If ever you have any questions or concerns don't hesitate to email me! Wishing you all good luck for the upcoming school year!
BScN U3 Representative
Hello nurses and future nurses!
My name is Shirel and I am a U3 BScN student. I was born and raised in Montreal and during my free time I love to swim, listen to music and spend time with my family and friends.
As your class representative for the 2022-2023 school year, I will make sure to advocate and support my fellow nursing students during council meetings and voice any of our concerns.
Also, I’ll keep you posted on any activities happening around ISoN.
Feel free to reach out to me with anything, looking forward to a great year back on campus!
BNI U3 Representative
Hi nursing students!
My name is Geneviève and I’m your BNI U3 representative for the 2022-2023 year. My role is of a student advocate who represents the U3 BNI cohort within the NUS council & bring up any questions or issues you may have.
I am a full-time second year BNI student and I work on a thoracic surgery unit at the MUHC. I would describe myself as someone who’s approachable, reliable and who strives for the well-being of others. That being said, please don’t be shy to reach out.
I’m super excited to represent you guys in our last year!
BNI U2 Representative
Hey friends and future friends!
My name's Daniel (He/Him) and I'm your BNI U2 representative. In a nutshell, I'm your student advocate and communicator regarding anything you wish to bring to the attention of the NUS and/or the School of Nursing itself. Some issues may be outside of my control, but I will do my best to help you navigate the system.
I'm very passionate about justice and advocacy, meaning I will take your concerns to heart and fight for them to be heard! Let's have an awesome year!
BScN U1 Representative
My name is Marnie O’Brien, and I am your U1 Representative. I did my first year at McGill last year (U0) and had a great year. I am from Halifax, N.S, and have been involved in student councils for 6 years. I am really looking forward to our year together; and I can’t wait to meet everyone! Please reach out to me if you have any questions! Have a great year
BScN U0 Representative
Hey!! My name is Jaden and I’m from Ottawa, Ontario! I am thrilled to be the U0 representative for the 2022-2023 academic year!!
As the U0 rep, I am here to advocate for you! Any comments, questions or concerns from students can be delivered to the NUS by me (or any of my lovely fellow NUS peers!)
As u0 students, it’s sometimes difficult to feel included in the ‘nursing’ aspect of things as we aren’t able to take any nursing based classes in our first year, but you will also find me promoting many NUS events, which you are welcome and encouraged to attend!! Let’s make this year the best one yet!!