Student Election

Overview

There are three nominees for the Student Governor position on Fleming College’s Board of Governors, term commencing September 2019: Allison Galbraith; Roderic McRandall; and Cameron Wilson. Each nominee and their statement of intent are listed below.

Voting commences on Monday May 27th at 9:00am and adjourns on Tuesday May 28th at 4:00pm. Voting information will be sent via: College Communication on Monday May 27th. The Student Governor is nominated and elected (based on majority vote) by members of their constituent group, therefore, only students may vote.

Sincere thanks to the nominees for your interest in being part of Fleming College’s Board of Governors.


Student Governor Nominees
**Nominees are listed in alphabetical order

Allison Galbraith – Student – Human Resources Management
My experience as a student at Fleming has allowed me to become a part of something greater than  myself. I see and have experienced the value peer support can have within our Fleming community. In my last year, I am focused on the growth of our strong student voices impacting a positive, collaborative and inclusive learning environment for all students.

Roderic McRandall – Student – Paralegal/Law Clerk
I am a mature student currently in the middle of a 5 semester dual credit program for Paralegal/Law Clerk, having made the Dean’s List in both completed semesters, and currently a member of the Justice and Community Development Student Representative Council. I have extensive life experience and a background in administration, governance and representation with organizations large and small. I believe I can provide a valuable contribution to the College’s Board of Governors as a student board member.

Cameron Wilson – Student – Early Childhood Education
I believe myself to be a strong advocate for my fellow students here at Fleming College. If given the opportunity to sit on the Sir Sandford Fleming College Board of Governors, I will listen to you as students, and do my very best to make sure your topics of concern and interest are heard, and for them to have some follow through within the Board of Governors. I look forward to potentially representing you as students while on the Fleming Board of Governors.