Meet The Leadership Circle

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Jayelle Friesen-Enns 
(She/They)
Co-Chair West

Jayelle is a two-spirit Métis student at the University of Manitoba and one of the founders of IMSAC. She is passionate about Indigenous advocacy and leadership.

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Stephanie Marr
(She/They)
Co-Chair East

Stephanie is Anishinaabe from Lac Seul First Nation and a medical student at McMaster University.

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Jamie Thompson
(She/Her)
Director of Advocacy & Representation

Jamie is Settler-Métis-Cree who has lived in Manitouwadge, Ignace, and Thunder Bay. She studies at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine in Thunder Bay and is an avid beader and hide tanner.

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Sebastian Deagle
(He/Him)
Director of Finance

Sebastian has mixed settler and Cree roots. He was born and raised in London, Ontario, and is currently a medical student at the University of Toronto.

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Katrina Hartmann
(She/Her)
Director of Student Affairs

Katrina is an Indigenous medical student at the University of Toronto.

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Caitlin Geary
(She/Her)
Director of Communications

Caitlin is an Indigenous medical student.

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Director of Community Engagement

This position remains available.

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Josha
Rafael

(She/Her)
IPAC Representative

Josha is a nehiyaw iskwew (Cree woman) with roots in Saddle Lake Cree Nation. She is currently entering her second year as a medical student at McMaster University.

Josha is a nehiyaw iskwew (Cree woman) with roots in Saddle Lake Cree Nation. She is currently entering her second year as a medical student at McMaster University. 

Leadership Circle

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Information about each of our Leadership Circle positions can be found here. Information about our Bylaws & Regulations can be found here

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Sydney Forbes
(She/Her)
Atlantic Regional Director

Sydney is an Indigenous medical student at Dalhousie University.

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Stefon Irvine
(He/They)
Western Regional Director

Gaawiin aapiji ninitaa-anishinnabemowin. Gaawiin ningikenimaasii nindoodem. Stefon Irvine miinawaa Stef nindizhinikaaz. Niin niizh manidoowag.

Stefon Irvine a two-spirit Red River Métis with maternal Cree roots who is studying medicine at the University of Manitoba. He grew up in northern Manitoba and has paternal settler ancestors. Stefon is unapologetically anti-racist, intentionally de-colonial, and speaks out against systems of oppression. Stefon leads research in retaining Indigenous people and other historically marginalized communities in medicine. 

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Rylee Mose
(She/Her)
Ontario Regional Director 

Rylee is an Indigenous medical student at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.

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Quebec Regional Director

This position remains open.