GET TO KNOW MIREILLE:
Q: Tell us about you and your role within the SU.
A: I am so passionate to advocate for Sheridan students since I have been through a lot of personal struggles.
I used to attend University of Toronto for Kinesiology, and was there for 3 years. I then realized that I can use what I've learned through my struggles to help improve the student experience of Sheridan students. My role as a Director is to to bring forth the student perspective by voicing their concerns and opinions during the Board meetings. I want to ensure the decisions the Board is making as a whole will help improve the student experience at Sheridan. I am also the acting secretary and will be taking meeting notes to ensure transparency of the meetings. This will allow students to access what occurred during the meetings and how decisions were made.
Q: What are some of your goals for your role this year?
Improve the mental and emotional well being of students, especially of students requiring accommodations.
Strengthening the current policies or procedures on reporting campus incidents.
Improve cultural awareness among Sheridan students
Q: What program are you in?
A: Bachelor of Kinesiology and Health Promotion. I am passionate about providing equitable health to all individuals, especially those in marginalized populations.I want to impact the lives of others by improving their well being and quality of life.
Q: What are 3 things on your bucket list?
Road trip across Canada
Go to Ireland and visit their castles
Go backpacking through Europe