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OUR TEAM

 

CHLOË RYAN

Competition Director

Year: U2

Degree program: Engineering 

Major/Minor: Major in Mechanical Engineering, Minor in Arts

Hometown: Ottawa (Algonquin Territory), Ontario

EMILY PETERS

Competition Director

Year: U4
Degree program: Management 
Major/Minor: Managing for Sustainability, Concentration in IT
Hometown: Hamilton (Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory), Ontario

NICOLE THOMA

Logistics

Year: U3
Degree program: Engineering 
Major/Minor: Major in Mechanical Engineering, Technical Entrepreneurship 
Hometown: Boston (Massachusett Territory), USA

ANGEL MIAO

Logistics

Year: U3
Degree program: Bachelor of Commerce
Major/Minor: Major in Finance, Minor in Computer Science
Hometown: Vancouver (Coast Salish Territory), Canada

ZAINA KHAN

Communications

Year: U1
Degree program: Engineering 
Major/Minor: Major in Civil Engineering, Minor in Finance, Minor in Construction Engineering & Management
Hometown: Ottawa (Algonquin Territory), Ontario

EMILY HAGELAUER

Communications

Name: Emily Hagelauer 
Year: U2 
Degree program: Management 
Major: Accounting 
Hometown: Bangkok, Thailand

TINETENDO MAKATA

Academics

Year: U3
Degree program: Engineering
Major/Minor: Major in Chemical Engineering, Minor Software Engineering
Hometown: Montréal (Kanien'keha:ka Mohawk Territory), Canada

CHARLOTTE MARMONIER

Academics

Year: U4
Degree program: Management
Major/Minor: Major in Commerce, Triple Concentration in Strategy, Data Analytics & Marketing
Hometown: Manila, Philippines

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Tiohtiá:ke (Montreal) was historically a gathering place for a variety of Indigenous peoples. McGill operates on this unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. By acknowledging the history of colonialism that created the structures upholding systemic discrimination and racism today we are reminded that we must remain active in educating ourselves and resisting these systems to create an environment that is equitable and inclusive to people of all backgrounds. If you would like to know how to pronounce Tiohtiá:ke or Kanien’kehá:ka, Concordia has a webpage with an audio file to show you.