President- Alison Deplonty
Alison is going into her 4th year here at Western. She has been involved with the club since her first year, serving as a year rep in 1st and 2nd year, and was VP Administration during her third. Her specific interest is in Latin America, particularly Peru, but enjoys studying society and culture of other areas as well which helps to guide her History degree. She hopes to attend Grad School for an Archaeology MA next fall working on the coupling of Archaeology and Public History (which she would also like to get an MA in). She is very excited to continue her involvement with the Anthro Society and is looking forward to another wonderful year. Alison hopes to see you out at the events and if you need anything do not hesitate to contact her at email@example.com or the whole exec at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VP Events- Patrick Flaherty
Patrick is also the biggest Star Wars nerd, and can finish a book in 2 days. He's on his game... just so you know. Should you wish to discuss Anthropology or Star Wars with Patrick, he can be contacted via email@example.com.
VP Finance- Pam-Marie Guzzo
Along with all things Anthropology, she also has a decided interest in Biology and is always looking for ways to combine both, as much as her schedule permits. She is currently considering continuing on to do her Masters despite a complete lack of direction. Feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions for her!
Charity Commissioner- Marissa Evers
Marissa is in her third year of Honours Specialization in Anthropology. Her areas of interest are Viking Studies and Osteoarchaeology. After completing her BA, she hopes to get her MSc in Osteoarchaeology at the University College Cork in Ireland. In the future, she hopes to work with National Geographic or Discovery Civilizations. I
VP Academics- Tessa Plint
VP Communications- Claire Venet-Rogers
4th Year Representative- Lora Castellani
3rd Year Representative- Hannah Graves
2nd Year Representative- Stephanie Miller
Stephanie Miller is in her second year, majoring in Bioarchaeology. She is contemplating also majoring in Linguistics as well. Her topics of interest are evolution, primates, hominids, and paleontology. It is her second year as a member of the Anthropology Society, as well as her second year on exec. Last year, Stephanie was the First Year Representative. Her email is email@example.com.
1st Year Representative- Kimberley Eldridge
Kimberley is from White Oaks in London and loves five-pin bowling. She is planning on majoring in Biological Anthropology and Religious Studies. She hopes to eventually work at the Smithsonian. After doing a co-op at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, Kimberley decided to pursue her post-secondary studies in Anthropology. If you wish to contact her, her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org