Hi, my name is Myles! A friend recommended I join CASE because I am passionate about activism and social change, I continue to be in CASE because it is a community that inspires me; challenges me; and supports me. Outside of CASE I enjoy walking my dog Batman, making art, challenging the patriarchy and taking care of my plants
I joined CASE because I am passionate about sex education and want to address gaps in knowledge and current discourse around consent. I am super excited to have this opportunity to make conversations about consent commonplace, fun, and safe.
Academic Committee Head
I joined CASE to contribute towards a safer campus community that respects the rights of all individuals. Additionally, I wanted to educate myself about how best to interact with both perpetrators and survivors of sexual assault as I hope to become a criminal lawyer and help people in similar situations in the future.
Junior Executive (Communications)
Social Media Manager
I joined CASE because I wanted to contribute to a campus community where students are educated about consent and empowered to take action to help eradicate sexual violence. Unexpectedly, joining the team also meant having fun, making lifelong friends and always having a safe support system.
I am a Sociology major at the University of Calgary and hold a diploma in Criminal Justice from Lethbridge College. I joined CASE because I wanted to be a part of a club that empowers our community to learn more about healthy sexual relationships with themselves & others and how we can work towards a community where consent is understood and respected. In turn, I’ve met some truly incredible people!
Event + Campaign Manager
My names Connor, I'm 21 years old and I never learned how to write a bio.
I joined CASE because I wanted to be able to make a difference and be a part of a community that focuses on sexual education, consent and most importantly provides a safe space for those who need it. It’s my first year being a part of CASE and I’m extremely excited for the things to come!
I love CASE because while educating myself, I also get to educate other students about a perpetrator-focused approach to sexual violence prevention. While working to make safer spaces throughout the community, I also have had the pleasure of meeting some incredible people who encourage and inspire me to continue the educate folks about consent and healthy sexual education.
I wanted to join CASE because I first handedly experienced the amazing work this club does. Not only is this club a safe place for everyone, but it’s a place where you can let go, be yourself and know that you will be supported every single step of the way.
Communications Committee Head
CASE’s intersectional approach to consent and sexual health is what initially made me want to join the club, and is a huge part of why I came back this fall. Over the past year I’ve learnt so much and fallen in love with the supportive community that exists within and around CASE. This year I hope to spread this support by helping CASE to continue fostering spaces on campus that are safe and educational for all folks!