Johnathan is a proud Prince Edward Islander living and working in the nation's capital. He completed his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Prince Edward Island. As a former Vice-President Academic & External with the UPEI Student Union, Johnathan brings two and a half years of experience with student association work to CASA. He also sat on CASA's Board of Directors for two consecutive years, once as Director-at-Large, Policy and once as Chair.
Outside his education and work, Johnathan enjoys watching hockey and football, playing video games, reading, hiking, and exploring Ottawa.
Director of Operations and Communications
Lindsay is an Ottawa-native with a strong background in marketing and communications. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Business Administration at the University of Ottawa, and is fluent in both official languages of Canada. Lindsay brings a valuable set of experiences to CASA, having worked previously in both the federal government and the post-secondary sector. In the office, she is the one to look to for any grammar, media, or tech-related questions.
Lindsay is passionate about languages, and is working to add Spanish under her belt. In her free time she also enjoys creating art, gardening, bingeing Netflix, and travelling.
Government and Stakeholder Relations Officer
Priya is an Ottawa-native with a passion for student advocacy. She completed her Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Management from McGill University, and holds a certificate in International Affairs and Strategy from Sciences Po Reims in France. Throughout her education, Priya was involved in student government and worked specifically on improving mental health resources and sexual violence prevention.
Priya strongly believes that students have immense potential to create value in Canadian society. In her free time, Priya enjoys reading, travelling and playing volleyball.
Member Relations Officer
Annie is a proud east coaster, now living and working on the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg people. An alumna of Mount Allison University, her passion for political engagement was first sparked during her time as the Vice-President External Affairs of the Mount Allison Students’ Union (MASU) from 2014-2016. She spent her second term at the MASU as the Chair of the New Brunswick Student Alliance, and as the Member Relations Director-At-Large on CASA’s Board. After 2 years in federal politics, Annie is thrilled to be working with CASA’s membership to keep in touch with post-secondary communities from one coast to the other.
Outside of work you can find Annie at a local music venue, sipping on a dark roast at a nearby cafe, or chatting politics over a craft beer with friends.
Bookkeeper and Office Manager
Pamela is a proud Brazilian from Sao Paulo, who has been living in Ottawa for almost 4 years now. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and is a specialist in Civil, International and Consumer Law in Brazil. Pamela has studied, travelled and lived across the world and she brings to CASA more than 10 years of experience in administrative, legal and bookkeeping roles.
Pamela truly believes we all can contribute to a better world. She says that even small good actions, may have a huge impact in somebody else’s life. She also considers high quality education access as a determinant for a better future.
Pamela stands and fights for equity - which means recognizing and respecting other people’s differences, ensuring that everybody has equal opportunities, Rights and privileges. She highly values attributes such as honesty, integrity, kindness, dedication, positivity, perseverance and bravery.
In her free time, Pamela has a passion for travelling, cooking, dancing, drawing manga (Japanese comic books), reading, studying different languages, watching TV series and movies and, listening to music, especially 80’s songs.