SIMSA is pleased to welcome our new Executive Officers!
Incoming Student Representative: Hannah Steeves
Hannah grew up in the Annapolis Valley, frolicking in apple orchards and rock hunting on the coast. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, then acquired her Bachelor of Education at St. Thomas University. She spent the next 2 years working in recruitment for UNB and as an autism support worker. She is very happy to be back in school and in NS, close to her family, the ocean, and academia. She has too many hobbies/interests to actually excel at any of them, but among them are fitness, music, Netflix, vodka, and food. Given that her interests are so broad, please strike up a conversation – you’ll probably have something in common!
Out-going Student Representative: Tamara Proulx
Tam Proulx is an outgoing year MLIS student from Ontario. She holds a Bachelors of Arts from the University of Toronto. When it comes to libraries, she is interested in censorship, special collections, cataloging and reader’s advisory. Outside of libraries, she is very fond of hanging out with friends, tea, music and food. She looks forward to representing her fellow outgoing years and working closely with SIMSA.
Assistant Digital Publications Officer: Jenna Knorr
Jenna hails from Fredericton, NB, where she grew up and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from St. Thomas University. She spends her free time reading books of all kinds and scribbling poems on whatever bits of paper are within reach. She enjoys spending lots and lots of time outside, even if that just means reading on a bench somewhere. She is always down for a game of Settlers of Catan.