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Health Sciences Orientation Executive

Meet our Orientation Executive Team

We are excited to introduce you to our BHSc Orientation Week 2019 Executive team. The seven team members have been working hard over the past few months planning a variety of fun and educational events for the first-ever Bachelor of Health Sciences Orientation Week in September. These activities include tours of facilities, introductions to faculty members, and team-bonding.

The students who make up this team come from a variety of different backgrounds, ranging from Life Sciences to Gender Studies. Together, with our 27 Orientation leaders coming from equally varied backgrounds, they organize and facilitate fun and informative events for our incoming students that showcase all that Queen's and Health Sciences have to offer.

Meet our team members!

Elle, Head Coat

Introducing our Head Coat for Health Sciences Orientation Week 2019! Elle is a third-year Life Sciences student and oversees all aspects of Health Sciences Orientation. She can't wait to see all of the hard work that has been put into this Orientation Week come together for an incredible four days for the incoming class of 2023!

Leslie: Community Outreach Coordinator

Leslie is a second-year Nursing student at Queen’s University. She works to raise money for the Diabetes Association of Canada. She is looking forward to the fashion show during Orientation Week and ensuring all of our incoming students have a fun and inclusive week!

Fun fact: Leslie loves to cook.

Kristin: Social Executive

Kristin is entering her 4th year in Life Sciences and her role includes preparing the Health Sciences Orientation Week leaders. She will be organizing their pre-week, as well as socials throughout the year to help them bond as a group. Kristin is excited to welcome the very first group of BHSc students to Queen’s and introduce them to their new home.

Fun fact: She loves Ms. Vickie’s salt and vinegar chips.

Alex: Finance, Marketing, and Merch Executive

Alex is a Psychology and Gender Studies Medial student entering her fourth year who has been actively involved in ArtSci Orientation Week the past three years, first as an incoming student, then as a leader, and as an Orientation Coordinator. Alex is responsible for all things finance and is spearheading graphic design for Health Sciences O-Week. She is excited to be involved in creating something new.

Fun fact: She has lived in six countries and is super passionate about drinking iced coffee in ALL seasons.

Carson: Logistics Coordinator

A 4th year student at Queen's University studying Life Science, Carson has been involved in Orientation Week ever since his first year, and is excited to continue his involvement in September. He is responsible for the behind-the-scenes work that goes into Orientation Week, such as planning and making sure all events run smoothly. Carson's favourite part of O-Week is how it fosters the creation of so many new friendships.

Fun fact: In his spare time, Carson enjoys going to the gym, skiing and playing with his brother's dog for hours on end.

Claire: Logistics Coordinator

Claire is a third year Nursing student and, along with Carson, is responsible for the behind-the-scenes work that goes into Orientation Week, such as planning and making sure all events run smoothly. Because it is the first Health Science Orientation Week, Claire is excited to see all of the events that the Executive Team has planned come to life!

Megan: Academics Executive

Megan is going in to her fourth year at Queen's with a major in Biology and minor in Psychology. As the Academic Executive, she organizes all academic events during orientation week. She is excited to welcome the new Health Sciences students to the wonderful Queen’s campus.

Fun (biology) fact: Ostriches are faster than horses and can roar like male lions

You can keep up with the Bachelor of Health Sciences Orientation on Facebook and Instagram.

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