I’m Carly, she/her pronouns, and I’m going into my third year of university. I’m a double major in Women’s Studies and International Indigenous Studies. I work with Pacekids which is a school for young kiddos who have differing abilities and I LOVE it! I work to create more inclusive spaces wherever I go, including here on campus.
External Committee Head
Camila is going into her third year of Development and Gender Studies. I'm passionate about tackling gender-based violence (sexual and intimate partner) through an anti-racist, gender equity and a trauma-informed approach.
Academic Committee Head
Hi there, my name is Danise! I’m in my fourth year of a combined degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology and History with a minor in East Asian Studies. I have a strong passion for learning about cultures, traditions and languages. I’ve recently joined the CASE team as the Academic Committee Head and I’m proud to be part of this amazing team! Since joining this position I’ve begun to take steps towards implementing some safety and consent policies at my workplace. Being passionate about working with the community has helped me develop into a well-rounded swim teacher for children, youth and adults.
My names Connor, I'm 21 years old and I never learned how to write a bio.
Residence Outreach Manager
Tacia is a third year Sociology major at the university of Calgary and holds a previous diploma in Criminal Justice from Lethbridge College. She is passionate about promoting mental wellness on campus and in the community, with a particular interest in changing the culture around sexual violence & consent. Tacia looks forward to growing in her role as residence outreach manager & hopes to make positive connections with students across campus.
Hi, my name is Thabo! I'm an international student from Zimbabwe in my final year with the Haskayne School of Business. I am one of the Community Commissioners for CASE and hope to combine my love for live events with my passion for spreading sexual positivity. I'm also a spoken word and hiphop artist.I use my platform to work through personal challenges and discuss social issues such as gender equity
Hi! My name is Nora (she/her), and I am in my 4th and, hopefully, last year of Bachelor in Law & Society. Aspiring Sexuality Educator, I am passionate about consent and sexual violence prevention, and my university experience gave me an opportunity to learn & practice the things I care about
Hey I'm Gabby I'm 20yrs old and in my third year of Geology and I am the fundraiser. If I'm not hanging out with Connor or making that coin for CASE I'm looking at rocks.
Social Media & Promotion Manager
Hi! My name is Tomiwa, she/her pronouns, and I am in my fifth year if a combined degree in Political Science and International Relations. I have a passion for intersectionality, inclusion, and diversity. I hope to work make the campus a safe and inclusive space for every single individual.
Kassidy is in her third year of an English degree and is passionate about consent education and the role it plays in our daily lives. This is Kassidy's second year involved in CASE and she is eager to continue educating the students of UCalgary about consent. Kassidy’s favorite things to do are hang out with friends and family, avoid going to the gym, procrastinate, watch Netflix, and talk about feminism and consent.
Sayo is the External Junior Executive and is excited for her first year with CASE! Majoring in biology, she is currently in the third year of her Bachelor of Science program. When Sayo isn’t busy crying over textbooks her favourite activity is napping with her two golden retrievers.
Dana is in her final year of Psychology at the University of Calgary, completing a B.Sc. (Hons.). Interested in both psychiatry and clinical psychology, she plans to support all individuals, including those affected by sexual violence, either directly or indirectly. Dana Joined the CASE community and found support she wanted to reciprocate into society, she would love to have CASE be a well known club across all universities and communities.
Dana is active in her community and enjoys advocacy work; she was elected as the Faculty of Arts Representative in the Students' Union as well as currently holds the position of Vice-President External for the Faculty of Arts Students' Association.
When given the opportunity, Dana partakes in hikes deep in the mountains, far away from cell service.
Elaina Vaghri is in her final year of her Political Science degree. Activity involved in the community through different clubs, her passion to bring students together and create a safe and welcoming environment is great. Consent has always been a passion for Elaina and she holds great value in sexual education, along with feminism and politics, these areas of her studies and her efforts in the community are what she hopes to better for other students and campus life as a whole.
Communications Committee Head
Mackenzie is currently in her fourth and final year of the Communication and Media Studies program, with a minor in Film Studies. She is passionate about all things feminism, with a focus on representation in media and how it can affect the ways in which society responds to representations of minority groups and social justice. This is her third year working with CASE.
Joy is in her final year of a Biological Anthropology degree with a minor in Biology. She is passionate about spreading awareness on different issues, whether it be about consent, gender equality, mental health, etc. She believes that the best way to learn about these issues is to take part in conversations and be engaged in the community - with CASE being an excellent place to do both.
Hello! My name is Gaby and I’m currently a second year student majoring in Community Rehabilitation and disabilities studies under Cummings school of Medicine. I’m a behavioural aide and support worker for individuals with disabilities and my work is something I look forward incorporating into CASE. When I’m not working or at school you can find me hanging out with my three dogs and napping
Hi, my name is Myles, I use he/him pronouns and am one of the community commissioners for CASE. I believe education and discussion are the best way to create social change and build community connections for empowerment and growth; something I hope to integrate throughout my work as a CASE member. Outside of CASE I enjoy walking my dog Batman, making art, challenging the patriarchy and taking care of my plants