Your Student Association executives, directors and representatives are elected annually by you, George Brown College full-time students, and are here to represent your needs and interests!  The Student Association of George Brown College Board of Directors are the representative body of all full time students at George Brown College. They are elected annually, serving from May until April of the following year.

Board members are your fellow students. They are there to answer your questions and are accountable to you. Any student may attend a board meeting. If you are interested in attending a committee meeting outside of the full board meeting please email the director of communications and internal: 

Watch these four videos produced by The Dialog that introduce you to the SA’s executive members for 2017-18. 


Contact information for the board is located below.


Executive Members

Position Name Email
Director of Campus Life Mercedes Burrowes
Director of Communications and Internal Riddhi Modi
Director of Education Tiffany White
Director of Equity Alex Stewart
Director of Operations Kushagra Manchanda


Campus Directors

Position Name Email
Casa Loma Campus Director Jasmyn St. Hilaire
Satellite Campuses Director Ashley Cammisa
St. James Campus Director Calvin Bartholomew Soto
Waterfront Campus Director Jolie Taros


Education Centre Representatives

Position Name Email
Arts, Design and Information Technology Rep. Jeremy Worrall
Business Rep. Kevin Yu
Community Services and Early Childhood Rep. Tisha Graham
Construction and Engineering Technologies Rep.  Vacant
Health Sciences Rep. Vacant
Hospitality and Culinary Arts Rep. Vacant
Preparatory and Liberal Studies Rep. Vanessa Truong


Constituency Representatives

Position Name Email
Accessibility Rep. Yuseph Jackman
Black Students’ Rep. Arnel Fleurant
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students’ Rep. Leslie Van Every
International Students Rep. Vacant
LGBTQ Students’ Rep. Garth Vernon
Woman & Trans Students’ Rep. Jimberly Cotoner


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