A Day in the Life with Helen Ogundeji

Tune in this Thursday February 2nd for our first Snapchat Takeover of 2017 headlined by Helen Ogundeji, President of the Sociology Students’ Association of McGill University.

“Hello!

My name is Helen Ogundeji and I am a Sociology major, Philosophy and Social Studies of Medicine double minor, and a double Aries! I am currently president of the Sociology Student’s Association where we aim at connecting soci students though events as well as offering services for those in need. Additionally, i am VP Internal of the Black Students’ Network of McGill where I write the super fun, award-winning listservs. I am currently in the middle of planning a Symposium for black student’s groups across Canada and creating somewhat of an internship program for black-owned businesses to work with McGill students over the summers. I am also a floor fellow for McGill residences at Carrefour Sherbrooke where I do my best to help foster a safe and comfortable community for first year students to live and hopefully have the best start to their time here at McGill. Lastly (I know, oh my god), I am a fellow with the UofMosaic at McGill Fellowship Program where, along with the rest of the McGill cohort, I help plan events and discussions related to various diaspora groups (this year we are focusing on colourism from an international perspective). Wow, anyway that’s me!”

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