The QSAA has a team of volunteer Ambassadors who help plan and run QSAA events, attend alumni events, and represent Queen's students to the alumni community.
Executive Leadership Team
Alex Wilson, Sc'14 (Civil Engineering)
As a member of Queen’s Bands (saxophone), Walkhome , and past Engineering Society VP Academic, Alex has a strong sense of Queen’s pride. Alex grew up in Burlington, ON, and keeps active through Crossfit, badminton, and squash. With a focus on design projects and dynamic team environments, Alex is well positioned to lead the QSAA in 2013-14. Follow him on Twitter @QSAA.
Vice President, Events
Taylor Jennings, Artsci'15 (Politics)
Taylor brings her athletic and community interests to the QSAA Events portfolio. Through her involvement with Queen’s Best Buddies Executive, Co-chair of the United Way committee in MAC, and in her role as Director for the Start2Finish Kingston initiative, Taylor is well prepared for our busy year of Alumni Speaker and Backpack to Briefcase events. An avid swimmer and lifeguard from London, ON, Taylor was also Floor Rep for Jean Royce Hall and attended the Bader International Study Centre in the summer session of 2013.
Vice President, Volunteers
Jessica Beakbane, Com'14
Jessica is highly dedicated to the QSAA and Queen’s. Growing up in Aurora, ON, she was an Ambassador in 2011-12, becoming our first International Ambassador attending the Brussels Branch Chocolate Tasting while on exchange. As the DECA Queen’s Speakers Coordinator, Queen’s Commerce Corporate Challenge (QC3) Coordinator, and through her experience presenting at conferences like the CASE ASAP D2, Jessica brings poise and professionalism to managing the internal priorities and deliverables for the QSAA Ambassador Team. Connect with Jessica through Twitter and LinkedIn.
Vice President, Giving
Rochelle McAdam, Artsci'15 (Lifesci)
As an Ambassador in her first and second year, Rochelle now takes over the QSAA ThankQ Gift and philanthropic education of current Queen’s students as a Vice President. Hailing from Oakville, ON, she is a certified sailing instructor and Irish Dance teacher. With her experience working with the QSAA ThankQ gift in the past, Rochelle is looking forward to bringing the student population to unprecedented levels of support for Queen’s next year.
Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Hillary Maynard, Artsci'14 (History)
Hillary adds her dynamic marketing experience from her work on the Queen’s Canadian Leadership Conference (QCLC) and as a Staff Photographer from Yearbook and Design Services this past year to the QSAA. Hillary is from Toronto, speaks French, has been to Queen’s Model Parliament the last two years, and is an active member of the Girl Guides of Canada. Connect with Hillary on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Students for a short time...alumni for a lifetime.