Assiniboine Community College Students’ Association

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Staff Members

Karleigh Paul, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, ACCSA, image property of ACCSA

Karleigh Paul, Executive Director

Karleigh has been working for the Students’ Association since January of 2016; previously in the roles of Marketing & Communications Coordinator and Events & Marketing Coordinator. Now the Executive Director, Karleigh spends her time managing the organization and as a liaison with the Students’ Association Council.

A proud Assiniboine Alumni, Karleigh holds a diploma in Interactive Media Arts, with a specialization in Media Communications. During her time as a student at the college, Karleigh competed for the Cougars Varsity Volleyball team and was involved on the Students’ Association Council. In her graduating year she was the Valedictorian and received the Pat Josephson Memorial Award. She also holds a Liberal Arts Certificate from the University of Regina, where she competed as a pentathlete on the (also Cougars) track & field team. Previous to the ACCSA, Karleigh worked as a Program Coordinator for the Manitoba 4-H Council where she fell in love with the non-profit/not-for-profit industry.

Outside of work Karleigh spends her time being a super-parent.

The best way to contact Karleigh is by email paulk7121@assiniboine.net or phone 204-725-8700 ext. 6644.

 

Karley Woods - Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Karley Woods, Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Karley Woods is the Marketing and Communications Coordinator for the ACCSA. As a ACC Alumni who graduated in June of 2022, she holds a diploma with distinction in Interactive Media Arts with a specialization in design and development.

Karley manages the Students’ Association website as well as the ACCSA’s social media content. She creates content such as graphics, posters and organizes campaigns for the ACCSA.

Karley’s prior experience includes working in finance as a Client Advisor with Royal Bank of Canada, Technology and Academic Assistant for the University of British Columbia and Customer Service with Dufresne Furniture & Appliances where she won a Foundation of Excellence Award for Guest Advocacy.

Contact the Marketing & Communications Coordinator at woodsk2@assiniboine.net

Alyshia Kelbert

Alyshia Kelbert, Student Development Coordinator

Alyshia Kelbert is the Student Development Coordinator of the ACCSA. As an ACC Alumni who graduated in June of 2017, Alyshia holds a diploma in Social Service Work. Alyshia has also completed her levels 101 & 102 of the American Sign Language Course at the college as well.

Alyshia’s main role is to be a student advocate and ensure that students know their rights and responsibilities here at ACC. She will also help out in other areas as well such as: being the staff liaison for the satellite and rotational campuses, leadership, hosting orientations, helping with events, and more!

After graduation, Alyshia has held positions with In Company of Friends as a Coordinator, At AFM as a Residential Care Worker, and at the Brandon Friendship Centre as the Coordinator of the Brandon Access Exchange Service. 

Alyshia loved her time at ACC and she is looking forward to making other students experiences as great as hers were!

Contact the Student Development Coordinator at kelbera@assiniboine.net or 204-725-8700 ext. 6645.

 

Ginnut - OSA

Ginnut Gafrin, Office and Services Administrator

Ginnut Gafrin is the Office and Services Administrator for the Students’ Association. Ginnut holds a diploma in Business Accounting from Fanshawe College as well as a Master’s Degree in Social Sciences from Rajshahi University in Bangladesh.

Ginnut has direct experience supporting staff and students in high traffic environments, with great attention to detail and accuracy. Her additional experiences have allowed her to further develop her experience in accounting. In addition to this, Ginnut has learned how positive experiences can influence customer relationships. This knowledge has resulted in positive customer experiences for those she has helped.

Contact the Office and Services Administrator at gafring@assiniboine.net

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Nicole Wruth, Marketing Assistant

Nicole grew up in rural Manitoba, and since then has traveled and worked around Manitoba and the world. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Bachelor of Education, and has taught in the public school system for six years. She is very excited to be pursuing a new career in Media and Communications here at ACC. She enjoys the outdoors, reading, dance, laughing and all things creative.

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Geneva Corpuz, Events Assistant

Geneva is a 2nd year Business Administration student specializing in Marketing. She’s an international student from the Philippines. She moved to Canada in 2021. It’s been a fun and fruitful experience for her to be able to learn and adapt to a new culture.

Besides being a full-time student, Geneva is also employed with another job which she enjoys so much. She believes that having jobs while studying is a stressful thing to do but it’ll help her learn and gain experience for future endeavors. She’s hoping to be a successful Marketer in the future.

Shaneel Sewram

Shaneel Sewram, Student Assistant

Shaneel is a Business Administration student who is originally from South Africa, and holds a Bachelors degree in Pharmacy from the University of Kwazulu Natal. Shaneel is looking to pursue a degree in Business Administration at Brandon University in the near future. Shaneel works with our Office and Services Administrator as a part-time Student Assistant to assist the students of Assiniboine Community College.

Intramural Assistant

Hector Malaver, Intramural Assistant

 

Hector is a 2nd year Agribusiness student originally from Colombia, where he is a multichampion black belt in karate both in Colombia and internationally. Hector has also spent time in Montreal, where he learned his third language of French.

In addition to this, Hector was part of the Cougars Team for soccer and futsal, which helped give him thorough knowledge of sports organization to help students have a fun, energized and healthy distraction from their studies.