Results are in! Check out your New Student Representatives

WUSA
Published:
Monday, February 8, 2021

Hey Warriors,

We have new representatives!

Election results are out, and it’s time to announce those you’ve chosen to represent you for the 2021-2022 academic year. Check out the list of winners below:

WUSA Executives:

President – Benjamin Easton

Vice-President Education – Stephanie Ye-Mowe

Vice-President Operations and Finance -Matthew Schwarze

Vice-President Student Life – Catherine Dong

Student Council Seats:

Mathematics

  • Jay Lan
  • Vincent Macri
  • Kanan Sharma
  • Yuhan Zhang
  • Caroline Chen
  • Dyuti Kohli

Applied Health Sciences

  • Marie Jolicoeur-Becotte

Cambridge

  • Jason Chen

Engineering

  • Frances Hallen
  • Andy Ren
  • Angela Souza
  • Edward Yang

Environment

  • Connor Rettinger
  • Jaskaran Dhillon

Science

  • Manaswi Sharma

Arts

  • Sahil Devani
  • Rosanne Varghese
  • Neaa Rodrigues
  • Nuwair Akram
  • Dragusin
  • Sonia Ismail

Senate Seats:

Mathematics

  • Catherine Dong

At-Large

  • Matthew Schwarze

Applied Health Sciences

  • Noweir Oudy

Please join us in welcoming our incoming Executives, Councillors and Senators. We look forward to the ideas they will bring and the contributions they will make to the undergraduate student experience at the University of Waterloo.

Please visit our website for more information on your incoming Executives, Councillors, and Senators.

We’d like to thank everyone who got involved in the election, whether you voted, ran as a candidate, or helped to make this entire election possible! We look forward to the ideas they will bring and the contributions they will make to the undergraduate student experience at the University of Waterloo.

For more information about general elections, check out the WUSA Elections page.

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