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# Julia Ramos Bujalil (peer and self)
# Kylie Schatz (peer)
# Kylie Schatz (peer)

Revision as of 22:01, 5 February 2019

The VOC needs a new Executive for 2019/1020!

Elections this year will take place online in the weeks before the Annual General Meeting. Elections results will be announced at the Annual Banquet which this year is March 14th. You can nominate yourself, or someone you think would do a good job. If you're nominating someone else, please talk with them about it first so we're not spammed with nominations. Executives must be an AMS member (ie. a student) next year. President and Treasurer must have been on the exec previously. It is fine to write a person down for more than one position, but at the end of the day you can only actually do one. For some positions, especially Huts, Trails, Trips, it is very worth while to have somebody who will be around during the summer in that position.

Nominations are open from Jan 31st until Feb 28th at 11:59PM

It also helps to distinguish whether someone is nominating themselves, or nominating someone else [self-nomination vs. peer-nomination]. Or we can add excitement and leave it a mystery.

More information about the various positions: Executive Positions

Want to be involved but think that exec might be a larger commitment than you can afford? Not a student but want to be involved? Then we have good news! Sign up for one of our Committees!


  • Co-ordinates everything and keeps the exec running smoothly. Must have been on the exec previously.
  1. Heather Filyk (peer)
  2. Alastair White (peer)


  • Handles the cash and keeps the AMS happy. Must have been on the exec previously.
  1. Krista Crawley (incumbent, peer)

Vice President

  1. William Raleigh-Smith (peer)


  • Takes minutes at meetings, helps writing grant applications
  1. Kylie Schatz (peer)
  2. Julia Ramos Bujalil (incumbent)

Membership Chair

  • Gets new members, and handles clubs days in September and January
  1. Jackson Dagger

VOCene Editor

  • Puts out the weekly VOCene


  • Assists with website and wiki maintenance and development. Must have computer science knowledge.
  1. Jacob Grossbard (peer)

Trips Coordinator

  1. Alastair White (peer)

Head Quartermaster

  • Organizes quartermasters and looks after gear replacement and maintenance including new purchasing.
  1. Jessica Brown (incumbent)


  • Maintain the gear stash and run gear hours. Note that we need five quartermasters. There is also a committee of gear helpers.
  1. Hannah Bates (incumbent) *term 1 only
  2. Vanny Pornsinsiriruk (incumbent, peer)

Journal Editor

  • Tackles the monumental task of producing a 300 page book in about 1.5 months
  1. Julia Ramos Bujalil (peer and self)
  2. Kylie Schatz (peer)

Public Relations

  • Organizes slideshows and books rooms on campus. Officially in charge of the social media accounts (But this may be outsourced to individuals with strong instaskills).
  1. Maria Berno (incumbent)

Legacy Coordinator (formerly Archivist)

  • Organizes the Neil Mackenzie Adventure Grant and the Jarred Stanley Memorial Lecture.Maintains library and archives collections. Buys new books for the clubroom.
  1. Jan Prchal (peer)

FMCBC ACC Representative

  • Representative liaison to outside clubs and organizations.
  1. Alia Sanger (peer)

Huts Coordinator

  • Oversees huts management, maintenance, capital projects, tenures and public relations. There is also a huts committee
  1. Haley Foladare (incumbent, peer)

Trails Coordinator

  • Oversees trail work.
  1. Cassandra Elphinstone (peer)

Swag Master

  • Oversees gear purchases for the club and members, negotiates good deals
  1. Chris Barry (peer)

Awards Nominations!!


Only have an hour a week and don't want to be on exec? Don't want to make important decisions? Not currently a student? Want to help make the club better! Join a committee! Being on a committee means that you are not an official exec positions but allow you to become more involved in the club.

Gear Committee (mini-Quartermasters)

  • The gear committee works together with the quartermasters to run gear hours and look after gear. As a mini-Quartermaster you may have the opportunity to run your own gear hours! The more the merrier, but five gear helpers is ideal

Huts Committee


This will be filled out with candidates and their preferred choices for positions once the nomination period is drawing to a close.