Michelle is currently in her 4th year in Retail Management. She was previously a volunteer for TRMC 14, an events committee member for TRMC 15, VP events for TRMC 16, and now the Chair for TRMC 17. She has a strong passion for Ryerson and student life all across campus. She has been a part of residence as a Residence Advisor for the past two years and this year she is an Academic Link. She is currently working for the Hudson's Bay Company and is looking forward to discovering future opportunities as she gets ready to graduate. Originally from Vancouver, she enjoys exploring Toronto with her friends and colleagues!
“The destination that we all reach together is better than the one that I reach by myself" -Yves Desjardins-Siciliano
Monia NaguibVP Admin
In her 5th year of the Business Technology Management Program, Monia has spent most of her university career being involved with extracurricular activities within the Ted Rogers School of Management. Having spent countless hours in classrooms and corporate environments through several co-op terms, Monia enjoys giving back to students and helping them graduate with more than just their degrees. Monia hopes to continue doing just that through this year's Conference.
"I try to take it one day at a time, but sometimes several days attack me at once." - Ashleigh Brilliant
Manpreet DeolVP Marketing
Manpreet is a 4th year Law and Business student in the Business Management program. She comes from a background in the arts and wishes to continue living her life on stages around the world devoting her passion for acting, dancing, and public-speaking. This year as the VP Marketing for TRMC 17, she is excited to continue delivering some record-breaking campaigns and creating a memorable experience for students as they continue to make their mark.
"Please: Do everything you possibly can in one lifetime. And do it with love."
Sandra BahouaVP Events
Sandra is currently in her 3rd year in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program at the Ted Rogers School of Management. She first got involved with TRMC in her first year as an ambassador, working her way to become the ambassador manager in her 2nd year. As the VP Events for TRMC 2017, Sandra is using this opportunity to the fullest in preparation for a career in special events management, hopefully specializing in music festivals. In her free time, she can be found exploring the city while listening to a classic album or making the most of her time with family and friends.
"The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate." - Oprah Winfrey
Sohail SabarVP Corporate Relations
Sohail is a 3rd year Business Management student specializing in Economics with a Minor in ITM. Sohail has been involved with TRMC his entire university career thus far as a delegate in his first year and a Marketing Associate in 2016, prior to re-joining the TRMC team as an executive member this season. Sohail is excited to kick off TRMC's inaugural Shark Tank-style Startup Summit competition this year to provide student entrepreneurs with a platform to showcase their early-stage startups. As an ex-officio for DECA Ryerson, Sohail's passion for case competitions and innovation sees him working towards entering a career in technology consulting after graduating in 2018.
"You must be doing something right if you get the odd boo here and there." - Richie McCaw
Cassandra BourqueVP Finance
Cassandra Bourque is a fourth year student in the School of Accounting and Finance. She has been heavily involved in student life since her first year at Ryerson and is the VP Finance of the Ted Rogers Students' Society and TRMC for a second year in a row. She prides herself on always dedicating herself to the task at hand and her positive enthusiasm. Cassandra is extremely excited to work alongside the rest of the TRMC committee and leverage her past experience on TRMC to ensure that this year's conference is the most memorable yet.
"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant." - Robert Louis Stevenson
Alex MnichVP Public Relations
Alex Mnich is a third year Business Management student pursuing a major in Real Estate Management with a minor in Marketing. He is very excited about taking on his new role and implementing the first ever Campus Rep program as the VP of Public Relations for the Ted Rogers Management Conference. Alex is a very confident and dedicated student who wants more students to become involved within the Ted Rogers School of Management. He is also working with the Ted Rogers Students' Society as the Business Management Director and RUFS as the Co-Director of Marketing.
"The only place Success comes before Work is in the dictionary." - Vince Lombardi
Anthony EsguerraSpeaker Coordinator
Anthony is a 4th year Marketing major with a minor in law in the Business Management program. Ambitious and always seeking more out of the university experience, he has led succesful terms with two course unions in the corporate relations portfolios, launched an organization rebrand, and enters a new challenge as a Speaker Coordinator for TRMC 17. When he isn't in class, meetings or networking events, he can be found doing landscape photography, exploring Toronto on his road bike, or co-piloting private planes. He is looking forward to a career in brand management in the telecommunications or sports industry.
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." - Aristotle
Reuben Dela VegaSpeaker Coordinator
Reuben is a 4th year Global Management major with a minor in Finance. Always on the move and active, he has been a part of BUS100 as a Facilitator since 2nd year. He also held the VP Corporate Relations role in the Ted Rogers Student Society last year. Reuben is eager to bring his previous external affairs experience to the Speaker Coordinator role to help curate the best speaker line up for TRMC17.
"Positivity first; success to follow!" - David Schlanger
Joshua DuongCase Competition Coordinator
Majoring in Marketing with a minor in Entrepreneurship, Joshua is driven by the competitive nature of both industries. With a passion in all things Case Competitions related, Josh is ready to provide a fresh and completely new take on the Case Competition at this year’s TRMC as Case Coordinator. When he is not competing in case competitions himself or hosting workshops on them, he enjoys his downtime by playing hockey and volleyball, finds leisure in cooking and stays young at heart. He is currently working on starting his own business in the food industry and one day hopes to retire in Hawaii.
"Do You Boo Boo, Do You" - Kevin Hart