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Board of Governors Elections 2019

2019 Candidates

Carrie-Ann Bissonnette

Platform Statement:

  • A former Board member (‘12 -‘16);
  • A proud alumni (B.A. & M.A.); and,
  • A member of the Student Learning Centre team.

Biography:

Carrie-Ann is a leader and innovator who personifies Ryerson. Her track-record, experience, passion and tenacity are key in strengthening Ryerson’s future.

As a former Board member (‘12 -‘16), she worked to ensure the eligibility criteria for administrative staff was more inclusive in the Board elections process, with 2016 marking the first election where this change took effect. Because of this, hundreds of additional staff are able to participate in our election process every year including nominating for the board, becoming a candidate and voting.

Carrie-Ann always strives to help her community through her involvement. She served on both search committees where our current President Dr. Lachemi and our Vice-President, University Advancement and Alumni Relations Ian Mishkel were appointed.

She has left her mark on campus. As the Manager of the DMZ (‘11-‘14) she was instrumental to its growth and reputation, ranking #1 in Canada and #5 in the world at the time she was transitioning into her current role. The DMZ drew many iconic visitors, including the first Royal visit from the British Monarch, which she was responsible for coordinating.

In her current role, she has strategic and operational oversight of the Student Learning Centre. She has played an integral role in engaging students since it’s opening in 2015. She’s proud of how students have set the tone and culture, making the SLC the heart of campus.

Shira Gellman

Platform Statement:

  • With two years of experience on the Board, I am well positioned to meet the challenges and opportunities that are upcoming;
  • Because of the changing political landscape in Ontario, it is paramount that our community remains engaged in protecting the excellence of our institution and moving the dial forward to make Ryerson a world-class university; and,
  • Ryerson is one of the best places to study and work because we bring our full selves to the work we do. With your vote, I will continue to advocate for organizational excellence and to make our time on campus meaningful. Thank you.

Biography:

My name is Shira Gellman and I am running for a second term as a staff-elected member on the Board of Governors. The work we do is so important because education is the key to improving lives and making the world a better place. I work in the University Advancement Office where my job is about creating greater access to education for students who may not otherwise have the chance to pursue a degree. I also volunteer on the Learning and Development Advisory Committee for Employee Education where, last year, I launched a Wellness and Resiliency Training Series for OPSEU staff that focused on finding fulfillment in our daily lives. I graduated from the Ryerson MBA program in 2014 and did my major research on organizational culture and diversity.

In my first year on the Board I was on the Employee Relations and Pension Committee, voting on important decisions about new policies and legislation affecting pensions in Ontario. These kinds of decisions are what have lead the Ryerson Pension to be one of the strongest among other universities. Currently, in my second year on the board I sit on the Finance Committee and Executive Committee where I work on growth strategy for international students, capital projects, and research and academic program funding.

Jennifer Gonzales

Platform Statement:

  • Commitment to receiving feedback across all staff groups to ensure the staff voice is represented on the Board of Governors;
  • Enhanced understanding of staff priorities to ensure effective communication to the Board of Governors; and
  • Proven ability to collaborate and build strong relationships between staff, students, faculty, alumni and decision makers, resulting in initiatives that contribute to the growth of the greater Ryerson community.

Biography:

I am excited to run as the staff representative on the Board of Governors in 2019! For the past 10 years, I have worked with the Ryerson Student Affairs team to grow the university’s vibrant student experience. During my career, I have been deeply committed to a variety of Student Affairs boards including serving as the first racialized woman to be President-Elect, President, and Past President of the Ontario Association of College and University Housing Officers (OACUHO).

In my role as Director of Student Life, I connect across departments to deliver effective programs that work to support Ryerson students. This includes oversight of our campus-wide #RoadtoRyerson Orientation program, RU Leadership, Level Up, the Tri-Mentoring program, and International Student Support. I have seen first hand how critical staff input, work and perspective is to achieving university goals; Ryerson’s ability to be limitless is directly related to strong collaborative relationships between diverse alumni, faculty, executive leaders, students and staff.

My lived experience as a first-generation, racialized woman, is the root of my commitment to equity and inclusion. On the Board, I will bring a strong voice to ensure Ryerson continues to focus on enacting our commitment to equity and inclusion. As the Ontario higher education sector changes and responds to new challenges, I am confident in my abilities to connect, listen, and lead; effectively representing the staff perspective to the Board of Governors in 2019.

Thank you for your consideration!

Osman Hamid

Platform Statement:

  • Better representation for Ryerson University staff and their needs;
  • More than 10 years of Ryerson community knowledge; and,
  • Using Equity, Diversity and Inclusion as a tool for career fulfillment and community building

Biography:

Osman Hamid shares the concerns of many staff members who are facing changes that might affect their jobs and their livelihoods. We need a strong voice that will speak for staff members at the Board of Governors. The Board needs to understand that staff members are the biggest drivers of the unique experiential learning that Ryerson has become known for. From Student Life, to CCS; the Food Services to Departmental support staff; the Zone Learning Network , Human Resources and Financial Services... the list goes on. Each and every staff member makes Ryerson a better place for its students and the rest of the community.  We need a strong voice to represent us and Osman Hamid is the right voice!

Tracey King

Platform Statement:

  • Bring an Indigenous staff lens to the Board of Governors;
  • Lift staff voices on matters related to university policies, programs and governance; and,
  • Advance the recommendations from the TRC consultation report.

Biography:

Tracey King; Essinhs Kwe (Little Shell Woman) is my spirit name. I am Pottawatomi and Ojibway, Otter Clan and a citizen of Wasauksing First Nation. I have been the Aboriginal Human Resources Lead/Consultant at the university for the past eight years. I have a B.A. in Political Science, a B.Ed. in Aboriginal Adult Education, an M.Ed. in Higher Education and Leadership, and many other studies from career and work counselling to human resources management. I have worked in many fields including counselling, policy and program development, employment and training, project management, university admissions, academic advising, financial aid, teaching and human resources management.

My volunteerism began early in my life with participation in Indigenous organizations on committees, working groups, councils, and associations. I have been on the Board of Directors for Anishnawbe Health Toronto and a Founding Board Member, Vice-President Internal, and Co-Chair of Programs and Services at the Aboriginal Professional Association of Canada. At Ryerson, I helped co-found and coordinate the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Community Group. Also I serve as an advisory member of Indigenous Affairs Office at the City of Toronto. Additionally, I serve on the Executive of Aboriginal Education Council, the Aboriginal and Human Resources Inclusion Committee and am a member of Ryerson’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Strategic Planning working group.

My commitment as staff representative is to bring an Indigenous lens to the Board of Governors that will benefit all staff. I think that it is important to bring forward staff voices on the impact of university policies, programs and funding, particularly the voices of staff from marginalized groups.

Aneesh (Tiberias) Murali Mohan

Platform Statement:

The three pillars that hold Ryerson high in both domestic and international spheres are first the students, then the faculty, and finally the staff. My interest to serve on the Board of Governors of Ryerson University is both academic and administratively motivated. I am keen to learn more about Ryerson’s financial operations as a whole and to increase my general administrative knowledge of the broader University sector. I hope to bring the concerns of the support staff across Ryerson to the Board of Governors’ meetings and best serve the interests of all Ryersonians to make better this place of higher learning and teaching. I hope that I can count on your support in this process and that you afford me the opportunity to showcase my various skills in this position.

Biography:

I completed by Bachelor of Arts (Honours Double Major in Law & History) and Master of Arts (History) at York University; and I am currently pursuing my PhD (History) at Western University on a part-time basis. Currently, I am the Lead Financial Administrator in the RTA School of Media (FCAD), and prior to that the Department Administrator in Economics (FOA). I have been a member of the Ryerson Community for the last 4 years; and currently serve as the VP-Treasurer and Social Committee Chair for OPSEU Local 596. I am also the VP-Finance for the Toronto Spartan Volleyball League (700+ Members, Not-for-Profit), which sports the title of the largest single-sport indoor volleyball league in Canada.

Svilen Stoyanov

Platform Statement:

Not provided.

Biography:

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Catherine Paisley

Platform Statement:

  • Ensure alumni priorities are represented at the Board level;
  • Demonstrate and share model for alumni and organizations to engage current students, providing them with an experiential opportunity; and,
  • Strengthening their Ryerson learning experience

Biography:  

Catherine Paisley is the Vice President of Science Education and Experience at the Ontario Science Centre.

Upon graduation from the School of Business in 1990, Catherine worked at Ryerson for ten years during which time she completed her Master’s degree in Education at OISE/UT. Currently, Catherine is a member of the Ontario Science Centre’s executive team, responsible for strategic leadership and operational management. Her position requires a strong understanding of the unique challenges of managing a not-for-profit where a balance must be found between achieving business goals, meeting the needs of diverse stakeholders, and staying true to the mission.

Catherine has held senior leadership roles on the board of the Canadian Association of Science Centres, including a two-year term as President. She is an Editorial Advisor for Dimensions, a publication of the International Association of Science and Technology Centres, located in Washington DC.

A proud alumnus, she has held one term on the Ryerson Board of Governors where during the last year of her term she was a member of the Executive Committee and the BoG Liaison to the Ryerson University Alumni Association Board. She’s been a member of the Faculty of Science Dean’s Advisory Council. Catherine has forged relationships between the Science Centre and Ryerson to advance shared goals while providing experiential opportunities for students such as Early Childhood Studies placements and facilitating the creation and display of prototypes by RTA School of New Media students to Science Centre visitors. She is also a donor to the university.

Angelo Pirosz

Platform Statement:

  • To re-connect disengaged alumni with Ryerson in a mutually beneficial way;
  • Represent Ryerson and cultivate new relationships on an international scale (currently working in private equity in New York City); and,
  • Offer channels for alumni to provide feedback to their elected BOG members to ensure effective representation

Biography:

I am a 2014 Graduate of the Ted Rogers School of Management's Business Management - Accounting Program. Over the last 5 years I have been working in accounting and finance to develop an analytical mindset and large network in both Toronto and New York City. Ryerson gave so much to me as a student and I am eager to give back at this capacity.

Lamya Amleh

Platform Statement:

  • It’s no secret that difficult financial times lie ahead. There’s mounting pressure to improve postgraduate education, student experience, and research, but reduce university costs. This can be scary to hear for faculty. However, I believe that my time on the BOG, as well as the experience I have amassed throughout my career, makes me well-suited to protect our interests on the Board;
  • Through my participation on the BOG, I developed an admiration for how faculties and governing bodies at the University work together. I would welcome the opportunity to help bring Ryerson through this exciting age of change in education; and,
  • It would be my goal to provide objective input on matters pertaining to teaching, learning, and research as they relate to Ryerson as a whole. We need to maintain the time allotted for SRC activities in order to encourage innovation, strengthen opportunities for collaborative research and teaching, and focus our efforts on equity. Obstacles to action “bureaucracy” will have to be reduced. New sources of funding sought and old sources strengthened.

Biography:  

I have been a faculty member at Ryerson since 1999. I am the Program Director, First-Year Engineering Office (FYEO) and an Associate Professor in the Civil Engineering Department at FEAS, and an active researcher in the area of durability and rehabilitation of infrastructure. The past 19 years serving as a faculty member, the Civil Engineering Department Associate Chair and then Program Director of the FYEO has given me a deeper understanding of the essential elements of a University. I bring to the table experience with a multi-faceted public, and a very diverse group of students and faculty. I have also served on the BOG for three years, including several associated committees, such as the Executive Committee, Finance Committee, and the Employee Relations and Pension Committee.

I also served on key committees including the EDI, ARC, WIE committees. Moreover, I participated in the Provost Academic Leadership Program (2015-16).

In my capacity, as Associate Professor, and Program Director for the FYEO, I provide support to over 1,500 first-year students, and over 60 faculty members.

Given our circumstances, continuity and stability are vital. A representative with experience and a passion for Ryerson and its values is needed. I believe that I fit the bill. I have seen Ryerson grow in incredible ways, and it would be a privilege to continue to push for new growth and success while advocating for our prized faculty.

I kindly ask for your support. Please vote to allow me to continue serving you!

Catherine Ellis

Platform Statement:

  • I have a demonstrated record of experience and accomplishment in academic governance at the department, faculty, and university levels;
  • I have been a strong voice for faculty priorities and perspectives on the Board since 2017; and,
  • In this changing and uncertain political climate, I will continue to represent faculty interests effectively and help the Board remain focused on accountability and effective decision-making

Biography:

I ask for your support for a second term on the Board of Governors. Impending budget cuts and an uncertain political climate reinforce the need for faculty priorities such as classroom space and student support to be central to the Board’s decisions. Throughout my first term, I have been a strong voice for faculty as the Board sets strategic direction and maintains accountability relationships. My contributions are informed by a significant body of relevant experience as a department Chair, committed scholar and teacher, and member of the Provost’s Academic Leadership Program.

I am currently serving a second term as Chair of the History Department. I am active on the Academic Integrity Council and in TRSM’s Centre for Labour Management Relations, and serve as Equity Rep on two Canada Research Chair searches. I have served on the Arts-Chang School Steering Committee and multiple search committees, and I deepened my understanding of university structures and decision-making through the Academic Leadership Program. As 2017-18 Massey Ryerson Visiting Scholar, I explored the interplay between academic research, popular narratives, and political expediency in postwar Britain, particularly in political responses to young people and youth cultures. These roles enabled me to develop connections across the university community and demonstrate that I bring an experienced and informed voice to the Board.

I am well qualified and well placed to represent the priorities and perspectives of faculty across the university, and will continue to support effective decision-making and accountability relationships for the Board. Thank you for your support.

Robert Hudyma

Platform Statement:

  • Advocate for fellow Ryerson colleagues; and,
  • Experienced in Financial Management and Planning

Biography:

My career spans four decades with nearly twenty years in the Ted Rogers School of Management, and more than twenty years in Senior Management for an International consortium.

At Ryerson I serve on Senate, Senate's Academic Governance and Policies Committee and Chair School Council at ITM. In my business career I developed Personal Computer and consumer electronics products and held Board of Director positions in publicly traded companies.

This Fall Ryerson is facing the first round of budget cutbacks and will need to make decisions to maintain high academic standards with less money. Future financial cuts are also likely. Many of my colleagues have expressed their concern for their futures and what to expect when these budget cuts are implemented. I have voiced similar concerns.

I will bring my academic and business experience to the Ryerson board and I will be an advocate for my Ryerson colleagues in dealing with the financial challenges on the road ahead.

Michael Kolios

Platform Statement:

  • I have been strongly representing faculty interests at many levels of our institution for over 20 years and will ensure these interests are well integrated in decision making at the Board level;
  • I want to ensure that matters related to Scholarly, Research and Creative activities and Graduate Studies are strongly considered in the strategic planning, risk management, and financial management activities of the Board; and,
  • I can contribute to governance of the University at the Board level using my ability to assess situations, integrate perspectives, communicate effectively, build consensus, and advocate for the needs of University.

Biography:

    I am a full professor in the Department of Physics and, as I jokingly say, I joined Ryerson 1 PG (or Pre-Google, i.e. 1997). I have been a witness, and active participant, in the extraordinary changes of the past 22 years, giving me a broad understanding of academic governance and Ryerson’s administrative operations. Having been here since 1 PG, I have a strong familiarity with the historical context and evolutionary pressures that have shaped Ryerson University.

I have served on numerous committees and have held several university (and international) leadership positions. At Ryerson, I have been Assistant Chair, Graduate Program Director, elected member of the Senate and Secretary (and member of the executive) of the Ryerson Faculty Association. I am currently the Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Science and co-director at the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science and Technology, which is a partnership between Ryerson and St. Michael’s Hospital.

    The broad skills I have developed over the last two decades, and the leadership positions I have held, have given me key insights and qualifications which I can contribute to the Board. I believe that my indefatigable and continuous advocacy for the student and faculty experience, especially as related to matters of research and graduate studies, is critical in this current era of uncertainty in post-secondary education funding. My academic and administrative experience will position me well as a credible, and influential voice on the Board.

Nima Naghibi

Platform Statement:

  • Dedication to collegial governance;
  • Desire to support Ryerson's pursuit of institutional excellence; and,  
  • Commitment to principles of social justice and equity.

Biography:

Since coming to Ryerson in 2006, I have served the University in different capacities at all three levels of University governance: Vice-Chair of Senate and Chair of the Senate Priorities Committee (2014-2016); Faculty-at-Large, University Senate (2016-2017); Chair, Department of English (2014-2017); Interim Chair, Department of English (2013-2014); Founding Co-Director of the Faculty of Arts MENA Studies Centre (2014-2017) ; Interim Director of the joint Ryerson-York Graduate Program in Communication and Culture (2011-2012). I have also served on numerous Departmental, Faculty, and University-level hiring committees, including Decanal, Vice-Provostial, and Provostial Search Committees. I feel proud of the work that I have done on behalf of Ryerson, and I am grateful for the opportunities that the University has provided me.

Ryerson University’s commitment to principles of social justice and equity, diversity, and inclusion are ones that I share in both my research and my teaching. In my time here, I feel fortunate to have been supported by the institution in my research, publishing two monographs: one on the intersections of Western feminisms with Iranian feminisms in the 20th century (2007) and the other on diasporic Iranian women’s autobiographical writings (2016), which was supported by a SSHRC grant.

I believe that the model of collegial governance is essential to a healthy University community; as a faculty member, I see it as my privilege and my responsibility to participate in the University’s governance structure.

I would be grateful for your support of my nomination.

Sadat Ahmed

Platform Statement:

  • Bring forth a committee focused on supervising student leaders to ensure student funding is not misused and that integrity of the highest level is upheld;
  • Informing students of all the resources available to them and voicing the concerns and needs of students to the Board and advocating on making their needs a reality; and,
  • Prioritizing Mental Health. Working towards increasing mental health services and increase the funding for mental health support.


Biography:  

Sadat Ahmed is a third-year Financial Mathematics student minoring in Computer Science. He is currently a part of the Ryerson Science Society (RSS) as the Board of Director of Mathematics, Vice-President of the Financial Mathematics Course Union, Vice-President Finance of IEEE Ryerson Biomedical Chapter and the Director of Outreach for the Ryerson University Co-Op Students’ Association. Sadat has always been extremely passionate about reaching out to as many students as possible and enhancing their academic and student life experience at Ryerson.

If elected as a Board of Governor member, Sadat hopes to accomplish his platform goals while upholding his values on transparency, honesty and integrity.

Karol Bahnan

Platform Statement:

  • Lobby to increase funding for student led initiatives;
  • Improve accessibility to study space campus wide with Ryerson facilities by creating a database of open study locations; and,    
  • Create a digital suggestion form where students can provide input on campus wide issues and easily access BOG meeting minutes.

Biography:

Karol Bahnan is an electrical engineering student entering his final year of study. Over the years, he has been involved in several different areas within the Ryerson community.

He served as a Charity Commissioner and Electrical Engineering Director within the Ryerson Engineering Student Society (RESS). Vice President of Operations and CO-President within the Ryerson Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Society (RECESS). Finally, Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science Director for the Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU).

Through all this hard work and involvement, he wishes to take a step further into a larger Ryerson governing body. Being in this position, he will represent his student body in a positive manner and motivate towards impactful goals for the community. This position will also give him the opportunity to make student’s voices heard and communicating it at a larger scale. One of the main concerns Karol will be dealing with is informing students about insightful resources at Ryerson and improving these resources to become more effective.

Iyvan Chandran

Platform Statement:

  • Lobby to increase/awareness of various fundings for student led initiatives;
  • Improve accessibility to study space campus wide with Ryerson facilities by creating a database of open study locations; and,
  • Create a digital suggestion form where students can provide input on campus wide issues and easily access BOG meeting minutes.

Biography:

Iyvan Chandran is a fourth-year Computer Engineering student.  He is currently a part of the Ryerson Engineering Student Society (RESS) as the VP Academic and is the newly appointed VP Education of the Ryerson Students’  Union (RSU). 

Being apart of the Board of Governors Iyvan hopes to accomplish his goals of accessible student life and academics.

Hobbies of Iyvan include computer programming, video games, mountain biking, basketball and cooking.

Kruti Dave

Platform Statement:

  • Lobby to increase/awareness of various fundings for student led initiatives;
  • Improve accessibility to study space campus wide with Ryerson facilities by creating a database of open study locations; and,
  • Create a digital suggestion form where students can provide input on campus wide issues and easily access BOG meeting minutes.

Biography:

Kruti Dave is a third-year Business Management student double majoring in Global Management and Marketing Management at the Ted Rogers School of Management. Kruti is currently the Vice President of Delegate Development at DECA Ryerson, and Vice President of Case Competition at George Vari Innovation Conference. Kruti is an extremely passionate individual who is friendly and loves meeting new people! In addition, Kruti is also the incoming At-Large Director for Ted Rogers Students’ Society where she promotes all upcoming events and opportunities hosted by the student groups to engage and unite all 6 schools within TRSM. Apart from her involvement in TRSM, Kruti volunteers her time to the Royal Canadian Air Cadets, a youth organization which promotes physical fitness, academic studies, and community service through training in leadership, drill, deportment and discipline.


Driven by her passion and commitment to enhancing Ryerson, Kruti is motivated to help propel Ryerson students to seek opportunities and engage student involvement throughout all programs. Through Kruti’s school and community involvement, she exemplifies a leadership role model who will represent Ryerson students on a greater scale and be the voice of all students as their next Board of Governor.    

Olivia Karp

Platform Statement:

  • Educating students about the RSU and what the Board of Governors does;  
  • The need for more student involvement throughout Ryerson; and,
  • Making sure to meet the need of students and hearing what they have to say.

Biography:

Hello students of Ryerson my name is Olivia and I am running for the position of Board of Governance. I promise to make next years term a great one by encouraging more student openness and involvement by hearing what students have to say. I have been involved in many different student groups. For instance, being community outreach director at my high school. In this role I reached out to different community members to talk at my school about engagement and educating students on a variety of topics. I also helped with event planning by raising money for local charities on behalf of students. I have helped to be part of different policy information sessions for local politicians. I was a representative for the classes of grade 11 and 12 in high school. In this role I made sure to hear the students needs when it came to more extra curricula's and involvement. I am a dedicated and hardworking individual who is ready to represent the students of Ryerson. Another thing I want to propose is for students to have better access to the RSU by having an online information session or an easier way of knowing about it. With all these proposals I think I am the ideal candidate for this position. Thank you for reading my bio and make sure to vote.

Ahmadreza (“Reza”) Khonsari

Platform Statement:

  • Prioritizing Mental Health: Ryerson is one of the leading schools when it comes to supporting mental health, however, there is room for improvement in some areas. I will work towards to increase the funding for mental health support and introducing more counselors to reduce wait times and improve physical and mental health on campus;
  • Advocating the need for stronger supervision of the Ryerson Student Union finances, and policies to keep those who misuse student’s fund accountable; and,
  • Improving and enhancing student’s experience on campus by introducing 24hr Library access and designated rest areas.

Biography:

Dear Fellow Ryerson Students: 

My name is Reza Khonsari and I am running to represent you as a Student Representative on the board of Governors. I am currently in my 4th year of Civil Engineering, completing a full year internship at Toronto Hydro.

Since my first day at Ryerson, I have set a goal to become the voice of students in order to improve minor details as well as resolve devastating issues. I have had the pleasure of representing my peers on the Ryerson Engineering Student Society (RESS) as the Vice President Academic (2017-2018), the Civil Engineering Director (2016-20187, and also on the Ryerson Student Union (RSU) as a FEAS Director (2017-2018). During all of my involvement, I have always upheld 3 main pillars 1) Direct communication with students, 2) Understanding and resolving their concerns and 3) Transparency.

If elected, I would strive to be a strong student representative on the Board of Governor while upholding my personal standard of Honesty, Transparency, Integrity, and Passion. I will be focusing on our shared beliefs such as the need to increase transparency of our student union especially with the wake of the latest scandals and supporting the underfunded mental health and sexual assault survivor support.

If you have any questions regarding my experience or campaign points, I can be reached at akhonsari@ryerson.ca. I hope you take some time to research all candidates and vote for your next Board of Governor Representatives on March 4th – 7th 2019.

Tay Rubman

Platform Statement:

  • To increase transparency;
  • Lower costs;  and
  • Save time.

Biography:

On a scale of who has the worst possible administration Ryerson would likely rank high on that list. Whatever I do at Ryerson it almost always follows the same pattern forcing me to wait multiple hours, pay money, and probably will have to repeat the process over again. As a result my goal is as board of governors is to increase transparency, lower costs, and save time when students are forced to deal with Ryerson's administration.

Election Resources

 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS ELECTIONS 2019

STUDENT CANDIDATES PROCLAMATION

Candidates (7), in alphabetical order of surname:


Sadat Ahmed
Karol Bahnan
Iyvan Chandran
Kruti Dave
Ahmadreza (Reza) Khonsari
Olivia Karp
Tay Rubman

Please see www.ryerson.ca/governors/elections for more information on the candidates.

VOTE ONLINE at MY.RYERSON.CA

Voting begins on Monday, March 4, 2019 at 8:00 A.M.and closes on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 4:30 P.M. Voting is available throughout the voting period. All times are Eastern Standard Time.

 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS ELECTIONS 2019

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF CANDIDATES PROCLAMATION

Candidates (7) in alphabetical order of surname:

Carrie-Ann Bissonnette
Shira Gellman
Jennifer Gonzales
Osman Hamid
Tracey King
Aneesh (Tiberias) Murali Mohan
Svilen Stoyanov


Please see www.ryerson.ca/governors/elections for more information on the candidates.

VOTE ONLINE at my.ryerson.ca

Voting begins on Monday, March 4, 2019 at 8:00 A.M. and closes on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 4:30 P.M. Voting is available throughout the voting period. All times are Eastern Standard Time.

 

 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS ELECTIONS 2019

FACULTY CANDIDATES PROCLAMATION

Candidates (5), in alphabetical order of surname:

Lamya Amleh
Catherine Ellis
Robert Hudyma
Michael Kolios
Nima Naghibi

Please see www.ryerson.ca/governors/elections for more information.

VOTE ONLINE at MY.RYERSON.CA

Voting begins on Monday, March 4, 2019 at 8:00 A.M. and closes on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 4:30 P.M. Voting is available throughout the voting period. All times are Eastern Standard Time.

 

February 4, 2019      Staff, Faculty, Student and Alumni Nominations Open
February 8, 2019      All Candidate Information Session
February 13, 2019    Close of Nominations for Staff, Faculty, Students and Alumni
February 14, 2019     Mandatory Student Nominee Session
February 15, 2019    Proclamation of Candidates
February 15, 2019     Campaigning is permitted
February 22, 2019     Alumni Slate proclaimed
March 4-7, 2019      Voting period for Staff, Faculty and Students
March 8, 2019         Staff, Faculty, Student Election Results are posted
June 17-28, 2019     Voting period for alumni
June 28, 2019         Alumni Election Results are posted