Meet The 2022-2023
AGSEM Executive Commiitee
I am a master student in Agricultural Economics in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences from Macdonald Campus of McGill University. Recently elected as your new AGSEM President, I started to get involved with AGSEM a year and a half ago when I became the AGSEM Macdonald Campus officer. During this term, I had the opportunity to help and represent Macdonald campus TAs and Invigilators. Today as President of your union, my role as President is now to fight for all of you, TAs and Invigilators from both campuses. My goal is to have a strong union functioning well to be able to defend all your rights and make sure that your employers respect your collective agreements. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any ideas, questions or concerns, I will be more than happy to help you!
I am third year Ph.D. candidate in Physics Department of the Faculty of Science at McGill University. I have been an AGSEM delegate for my department for the past 4 yearswhile I have simultaneously fulfilled the VP Finance position for the McGill Graduate Association of Physics Students (MGAPS). I have gained valuable experience working in both positions. As a result, I have been elected as Secretary-Treasurer at the last General Assemble (GA - April 2018) for the 2018-2019 mandate. My main role is to manage the financial activities of the Union. In conclusion, I am holding the purse stings and I hold them tightly!
Hi! I am a PhD Candidate in Musicology and Gender & Women’s Studies and a long-time labour organizer with AGSEM. Previously, I have held the roles of Invigilator Chief Delegate (2017-18), Mobilization Officer (2018-19), President (2019-Nov 2020), and Invigilator Bargaining Committee negotiator (Nov 2020-present). As your Mobilization Officer for the 2022-23 academic year, I will work with the union’s committees as well as its rank-and-file members to increase participation in AGSEM. I am passionate about direct democracy and want to find ways to have a greater number of members of the union make decisions about our objectives, our priorities, and our future. I am primarily responsible for shepherding the Delegates’ Council, sending union emails and the monthly newsletter, designing and printing mobilization materials, and attending orientations and training sessions. I want to make this union work for you by organizing fun and educational events, supporting causes related to justice with material support and direct action, as well as pursuing every opportunity to advocate for your rights as a student employee at McGill. But enough about me—I want to hear from you and find out your ideas for AGSEM! I’m always open for a chat over coffee. Feel free to contact me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TA Grievance Officer
I am a PhD candidate in the Department of History and Classical Studies, specializing in labour and business history. My research uses a case study of Montreal Rolling Mills, a major secondary iron and steel manufacturer on the Lachine Canal, to understand the rise and consolidation of the Canadian bourgeoisie in the last third of the nineteenth century. I've been involved in the labour movement for the better part of a decade, both before and after starting my studies at McGill. I've been a departmental delegate since 2017, and I served in our bargaining committee between 2018 and 2021, where I contributed to the negotiation of our most recent Collective Agreement. As Grievance Officer, my responsibility is to ensure that the Collective Agreement is enforced, and that the rights of all Teaching Assistants are respected.
Invigilator Grievance Officer
I am a PhD. student in neuroscience. Have been involved with AGSEM for a year now as a invigilator bargaining officer. Working in the union has broadened my perspective about working on campus and I am more than happy to help you with any invigilator grievances. You can either contact me via email or just come drop by during our office hours.
Macdonald Campus Officer
I am a graduate student in Agricultural Economics at McGill and have been a Delegate Council (DC) Member for the Natural Resource Science Department. As Macdonald Campus Officer, my role is mobilize the union and address any queries concerning TA-ships or TA rights at Macdonald Campus. I look forward to contributing to the union in my new role. Please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com
External Communications Officer
I am a PhD candidate in Musicology and Gender & Women's Studies at McGill University. Before joining the Executive Council in 2021, I was involved as an AGSEM Delegate for the Music Department, and as a member of the AGSEM Mutual Aid Fund Committee.
My role as an External Communications Officer is to support AGSEM President in creating and maintaining strong relationships between AGSEM and other student labor organizations and student associations at McGill and beyond. I am also responsible for supporting AGSEM Mobilization Officer in general communication with our members, and maintaining AGSEM's website and social media.
President: By appointment
Mobilization Officer: By appointment
Secretary-Treasurer: By appointment
TA Grievance: By appointment
Invigilator Grievance: By appointment
Macdonald Campus Officer: By appointment
Invigilator Bargaining Chair: By appointment
Unionization Drive Chair: By appointment
All office hours will be held online until further notice.
All AGSEM members have the right to attend Executive Committee meetings. For information about the next meeting, email the President at firstname.lastname@example.org.