Who We Are

Enduring Saskatchewan's -40°C winter taught me resilience and the spirit to never quit. As your EGSA President, I am dedicated to igniting a dynamic, empowering academic community where every voice is heard and every student flourishes. Together, we will break barriers, reach new heights, and create a legacy of excellence.

I am eager to collaborate with fellow EGSA representatives to assist in organizing events, workshops, and meetings that foster academic and professional development of Education graduate students. Maintaining EGSA's budget, making sure there are transparent financial practices and ensuring diverse interests and concerns are addressed within the association.

I am an educator from Bangladesh pursuing a master’s degree in educational administration. My background includes active engagement in student support and academic guidance, both as a Teaching Assistant and a club member during my undergraduate years. As an Academic and Student Affairs Representative, I am committed to advocating for student’s needs and fostering a collaborative environment to enhance our academic experiences. I am excited about the opportunity to make a meaningful impact within our educational community.

I am Richard Lin completing my program in Educational Administration. Being a social representative on the EGSA, I am dedicated to making the education graduate community a shared and more inclusive family where everyone can succeed.

Chelsea Davis (she/her) is a White settler from Treaty 6 territory. She is a cross-departmental PhD Candidate, supervised by Dr. Carmen Gillies. Chelsea is excited to contribute her extensive student group leadership experience to the EGSA this year in support of all graduate students in the College of Education.

I am a Master's thesis student in the Educational Administration department. As a Métis graduate student, I hope to bring a welcoming and inclusive environment for all graduate students as we embark on our journeys within the College of Education.

Hello, I'm Veronica, currently a master’s student in the Educational Administration program. With over eight years of diverse experience in the field of international education, I am deeply committed to improving educational practices and student experiences. My professional journey has been dedicated to creating supportive and inclusive learning environments, with a special focus on bridging cultural gaps through innovative educational initiatives. 

Kacia Whilby is a first year PhD student in the Department of Educational Administration. She currently works as an Events Coordinator in Career Services and enjoys working with her team to serve USask students and alumni. Outside of school, Kacia is a cultural enthusiast and singer in Saskatoon.   

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Contact Us

Please contact Megan Fillatre (megan.fillatre@usask.ca) for inquiries about the EGSA.