The BSA takes part of the Students' Union Jr Executive Program and would not be able to function as well without the huge input of its Jr Executives; Coordinators.
Four of the BSA's biggest portfolios: Academic, Marketing, Professional Events and Social Events benefit from the invaluable help of Coordinators, check out their teams below!
Areeb Asif, Shubh Patel and Joan Chu
VP Academic: Manuella
The Academic Coordinators are responsible for assisting with all that falls under our VP Academic’s portfolio. That includes meeting with professors to create Course Profiles, allowing for the variety of profiles currently available, and sitting on the Awards Committee to help adjudicate our BSA Awards.
Duaa Fatima, Hibah Syed, Kaya Wang and Adly Azim
VP Marketing: Subasthika
The Marketing Coordinators have been a blessing as the BSA attempts to be more active and interactive on its social media accounts. They run the BSA Meme Mondays initiated by our VP Marketing this 2019-2020 year, design then put up posters all around campus and help put up posts and stories on our social media accounts so students are well aware of what the BSA has going on! They are also responsible for writing articles of interest to biology students and played a crucial role in the designing and manufacturing of our first sweater ever!
Professional Events Team
Professional Events Coordinators:
Jeffrey Chow, Mushud Ahmad, Amelia Chan
VP Professional Events: Sahej
Professional Events Coordinators work with the VP Professional Events to plan and coordinate our events. More specifically, they propose ideas regarding events that the BSA should host in addition to helping facilitate each event. They also participate in weekly meetings, help contact professors and obtain event supplies.
Social Events Team
Social Events Coordinators:
Kristian Chow, Jeremy Chan, Emily Chow
VP Social Events: Michelle
The Social Events Coordinators work closely with our VP Social Events to ensure that events are planned and executed smoothly. They think of new creative ideas to get students involved and plan for events, working to ensure that every student who attends a BSA event has a great time. At events, they try to ensure that each attendee is involved and feels welcome.