TORONTO, June 2 /CNW/ - The Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA)
is pleased to announce the election of Dan Moulton, to the position of
President, effective immediately. Moulton replaces Trevor Mayoh, who completed
his one-year term on May 28. Joining Moulton in the OUSA Executive Team is
Robert Lanteigne, from Brock University, as Vice-President (Finance) and
Justin Williams, from the University of Waterloo, as Vice-President
As President, Moulton provides leadership for OUSA's Steering Committee
and, along with the Executive Director, acts as a voice for the organization
to media, government and other stakeholders.
Currently, Moulton is a student of Huron University College at the
University of Western Ontario, and has completed three years of an Honours
Degree in Political Science. Moulton is also the Vice-President University
Affairs at the University Students Council. In this role he is the chief
contact for students, advising them on academic matters. He also lobbies on
behalf of students to university administration and all levels of government.
Moulton's hometown is Woodstock, Ontario where he has always taken an
active role in local politics, having served as Student Trustee for the Thames
Valley District School Board. Back at Western, Moulton has been involved in
student life since he began University. He has served as the President of the
Huron University College Students' Council and has been involved in the
University Affairs portfolio in several different capacities.
"Moulton, Lanteigne and Williams have demonstrated a strong commitment to
student politics and post-secondary education in the province. I am confident
that this will be an effective team to lead OUSA forward," said Alexi White,
Executive Director of OUSA.
OUSA would also like to thank outgoing President, Trevor Mayoh, for his
exceptional work and commitment to the organization. Mayoh provided
outstanding leadership for the organization and demonstrated a strong
commitment to improving the accessibility, affordability, accountability and
quality of post-secondary education in Ontario.
OUSA represents the interests of more than 140,000 professional and
undergraduate, full- and part-time university students at seven institutions
across the province.
For further information:
For further information: Dan Moulton, President, (519) 661-3574; Alexi
White, Executive Director, (416) 341-9948; Tammy McQueen, Director of
Communications, (416) 341-9948