Executive Team 2012-13
The GSA is happy to welcome three seasoned student politicians, community activists, and administrators. The organization could not be in better hands than those of these three strong and dynamic women.
President Daria Saryan
Hello Graduate students! I am a Philosophy MA student and will be your GSA President for the upcoming year. In the course of my graduate studies, I have had the opportunity to familiarize myself with the inner workings of the University administration through my involvement in various aspects of student life. I currently serve as an executive officer for TRAC (Concordia’s labour union representing Teaching and Research Assistants), and have also served as both councillor and executive for the GSA. In the year ahead, I will continue to advocate for students by ensuring that GSA members have a strong voice within the Concordia community. This means making sure that GSA members are well-represented within the administration, that they benefit from the best services the GSA can provide, and by fostering a strong sense of community. In short, this is your GSA, and I want to make sure that your voice is heard.
(Calm, serene, and very committed to defending your rights ! Daria is looking forward to being your President!)
Vice-President Internal Roya Azarm
(In this picture Roya, on the right, is learning the ropes by helping our past Service Manager at an event last year)
Living an international student life in Montreal, I know how it is to enter a new World where one is constantly confronted with new experiences. However, the fact that there are a lot of foreign students in my faculty (Engineering) and the welcoming attitude of local people made it impossible for me to feel isolated. Thanks to my previous cooperation with GSA, I’m well acquainted with almost every aspect of Concordia and capable of dealing with issues regarding graduate students lives as Concordians.
Vice-President External Nadia Hausfather
(The below picture is of Nadia applying her creative talents to raising awareness about Graduate student concerns)