Interim Chair & Treasurer
Students' Association of MacEwan University
Carley Casebeer is in the final year of her Bachelor of Arts degree at MacEwan University in Edmonton, where she is studying Political Sciences and representing students as Vice President External of the Students’ Association of MacEwan University. Carley has been involved on campus in many ways, including running a club, volunteering, and working as a student career advisor. She is taking her passion for student advocacy to new heights both federally, as Treasurer of CASA, and provincially, as Vice Chair of the Council of Alberta University Students.
Outside of her work with the Students’ Association, Carley has studied abroad, made multiple working trips to the United Nations, and is planning to attend to law school after graduation. She is excited to join the Board as Treasurer and hopes to help CASA make a mark on the Hill and in the lives of post-secondary students.
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Students' Association
Outside of her role as secretary to CASA, Mikayla Schaffer is the Vice President External for the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Students’ Association. In this role, she regularly liaises with Alberta’s provincial advocacy partner; ASEC.
Currently she is finishing up her second year of a Legal Assistant Diploma at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Prior to becoming Vice President External, she was the Board Chair for SAITSA’s Board of Directors, chaired the External Advocacy Committee, and Vice-Chaired the Governance Committee. Mikayla has a keen interest in areas of law such as Corporate Law, Contract Law, and International Law. She hopes to obtain her law degree in the coming years and open up a practice of her own one day.
University of Calgary Students’ Union
Tristan Bray is the Vice President External at the University of Calgary Students’ Union. His role is to represent undergraduate students before the municipal, provincial, and federal levels of government. Tristan is in his final year of studies, majoring in Political Science with a focus on comparative politics. Prior to his election as Vice President External, Tristan was extremely engaged on the U of C campus. He served as president of one of the largest political clubs, is a member and past executive of the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta, and represented students on the Faculty of Arts Student Association as the Political Science department representative.
Outside of school Tristan has diverse work experience, having worked as a bartender, an ice cream scooper, and most recently as an intern at a large financial services company. Tristan is excited to serve on the board as the National Advocacy Director. As Director, he will be encouraging CASA delegates to build relationships with their local Members of Parliament, and providing the tools necessary to do so. Tristan also oversees the National Advocacy Team, and will be planning and executing campaigns put forward by it.
Graduate Student Society of UBC Vancouver
Nick is currently serving as the Vice President External Relations for the Graduate Student Society of UBC Vancouver where he is a 4th year Chemistry PhD candidate. As both a student and a student representative, he seeks to embody the creativity, ingenuity and drive that students across Canada possess.
In previous years, he has served in student governments in a variety of elected positions, including president. He is also currently serving as a director of the Alliance of BC Students. Nick is passionate about learning, student rights, and student quality of life.
Outside of school, Nick is an avid skier, an enthusiastic scuba diver and a long-time baseball umpire. He is always looking for new experiences and is anticipating a great year ahead with CASA, strengthening the student voice in Canada by bolstering the accountability of CASA to its member associations.
University of New Brunswick Students’ Representative Council
Kjeld-Mizpah Conyers-Steede is the Vice President External for the UNB Students’ Representative Council. Originally from Smith’s, Bermuda, Kjeld-Mizpah has adopted Saint John and New Brunswick as his second home. He is currently a third year student studying Politics with a minor in Business. After completing his undergraduate degree, he plans to attend graduate school with a focus in policies.
Kjeld-Mizpah finds enjoyment in civic involvement and giving back to his community. Through his involvement, he provides people with the courage to speak up and have their voice to be heard.
University of Alberta Students' Union