SFPIRG is an independent, student-funded society. To ensure that our work reflects the ideas and values of the student community at SFU with whom we work, SFPIRG is managed by a student-directed board of directors. The board of directors is charged with guiding the direction, vision, and growth of SFPIRG. The current board of directors was appointed in May 2018 and will retire at the end of April 2019. See below to learn more about our Directors!
Interested in joining our Board of Directors outside of the regular nomination period in the Spring semester? Send us an email at email@example.com and we’ll get you set up with an application form! Applications are reviewed by our Board, who make the final decision about appointments to vacant positions.
Adrian (pronouns: he/him/his) is a recent settler on the territories of the Coast Salish people, born of European ancestry within Dish With One Spoon Territory. He is currently working towards a PhD in the computing science department at SFU, working on problems related to artificial intelligence within agriculture. His interests include supporting climate justice organising, indigenous sovereignty movements, migrant justice movements, and food justice & food sovereignty organising. He is a fairly relaxed anarchist and marxist who has previously organised within and supported reproductive rights groups, anti-pipeline groups, fossil fuel divestment groups, and food not bombs.
Aiswariya is a pretty cool person! As an undergrad student studying biology, she’s fascinated by the scientific systems that build and inform our world. She’s also very passionate about social justice, volunteering with the SFPIRG Board of Directors and facilitating the SFU Women’s Centre’s “Tea Time Talks”.
(Bio is forthcoming)
(Bio is forthcoming)
My name is Simran Randhawa. I’m an international undergraduate student from India, currently working on a major in psychology and 4 certificates. I have been involved in the rotunda community for almost 4 years now. I consider myself an intersectional feminist. I firmly believe in advocating for international students, gender equality, LGBTQI+.