HEATHER BARLOW  |  VP STUDENT Life

srcstu@ubishops.ca

Coming from Vancouver, British Columbia, I like to think that I bring a bit of the beautiful west coast to our unique little town of Lennoxville, Quebec. I am currently in my third and final year studying International Studies, Politics and Economics. My favourite things about Bishop’s are the crepes at Dewies, Orientation Week, not being judged for wearing Crocs, and the endless opportunities available for students to get involved. My favourite time of the week is of course Happy Hour, especially at 4:00 pm.
I am ecstatic to be returning to the Executive team as your Vice President of Student Life for a second year! In my position I represent all non-academic aspects of life at the university from health and wellness, athletics, dining, safety, residence, and sustainability at Bishop’s all with the goal of enhancing student life.
My main goals for this year include looking at how the SRC can become more inclusive and accessible especially through our various events and programs put on throughout the year.  I will also be working on establishing our offices as official Safe Spaces for students and advocating for these spaces around campus. Additionally, I will be working on the creation of a Bishop’s Mental Health Network to bring together representatives of different groups around campus that are working in the area of mental health and awareness to better collaborate on these issues. 

 
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Michelle Huot |  Clubs manager

srcclubs@ubishops.ca

Hello lovelies! My name is Michelle Huot. I’m in my second year of studying Religion here at Bishop’s. I grew up in the historic city of Kingston, Ontario, but I now consider Lennoxville my one-true home. When I’m not working or studying, you’ll usually find me performing poetry, getting more tattoos, or cuddling all the cats I can find. Additionally, I'm a proud sister of the Alpha Phi women's fraternity here on campus. I’m very eager to spend the year helping clubs and organizations throughout the Bishop’s community develop and operate at their fullest potential. Never be shy to come to me with any new ideas, questions or concerns regarding clubs—I’m here to help! You can reach me through email, stop by my office during my office hours, or just come up to me if you see me around campus (I’m easily recognizable with all my tattoos).

 
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Madeleine Lemaire |  General Event Coordinator

srcgenevents@ubishops.ca

Hey Gaiters! My name is Madeleine Lemaire and I’m a third year student currently completing a double major in Marketing and International Business within the William’s School of Business and I am from a small town called Wakefield QC.

During my time at Bishop’s, I have been a player on the Women’s soccer team, a member of the Big Buddies Club, a volunteer in the fashion show and been on academic exchange in Spain.

This year, as the General Events Coordinator for the SRC, I am responsible for organizing events that coincide with the values and vision of the SRC. Events include both drinking and non-drinking events that are inclusive and accessible to all Bishop’s students.

My goals and expectations for this upcoming year are to bring new events to the table and have events tailored to every type of gaiter. If you have any ideas of events, questions or concerns feel free to email me or stop me in the halls!

I love BU and hope that with the upcoming events this year you'll love it as much as I do!

 
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Jessica Herrington |  Philanthropy and Wellbeing Events Coordinator

srcphilevents@ubishops.ca

Hi friends,

I'm from the small town of Ingleside which sits along the Saint Lawrence River South of Ottawa. This is my fourth year at Bishops studying Environmental and International Studies. 

I am beyond excited to return to the SRC this year as the Philanthropy and Wellbeing Events Coordinator. I'll admit to you that when I was a little girl I wanted to be Mother Theresa when I grew up. Although my life aspirations have changed since my single digit years, I'm looking forward to spending this upcoming year focused on planning events that cater to the generous attitude and wellbeing of the Bishop's community. Get ready for puppy days, blood drives and more!