Emily Blue began her role as Executive Director in May 2018. Originally from Montague Prince Edward Island Emily has called Fredericton home for many years. A graduate from St. Thomas University’s Emily studied Communications and Public Policy and Political Science. In her time at St. Thomas Emily served as Residence Coordinator and had the opportunity to work closely with Student Services.
Through her work with the Residence Life Office Emily has first hand knowledge of the issues that are impacting students.Emily is excited to work with New Brunswick student leaders to continue to advocate on behalf of postsecondary students for accessible and high quality education. She is looking forward to planning the 2018 Get out The Vote campaign with the Board of Directors to ensure that students voices are heard during the upcoming provincial election.
When not in the office you will find Emily practicing her cooking skills and attempting DIYs.
Policy & Research Analyst
Samuel Titus was hired as the policy and research analyst for the New Brunswick Student Alliance (NBSA) in September 2017. A native of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Samuel joins the NBSA after spending the previous three years working in the student leadership movement, including stints on the Board of Directors of the NBSA and its federal partner, the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA).
A graduate of St Thomas University’s Honours program in History, Samuel specialized in 20th century Latin American history and Medieval political ethics and propaganda. He also spent a semester abroad studying at the Middle East Technical University, located in Ankara, Turkey.
During his time in student leadership, Samuel served as the chair of CASA’s federal policy committee before transitioning to the position of Director of Policy. He also worked as a Page in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick and at the residence of the Lieutenant-Governor.
When Samuel is not in the office, he is usually at home listening to the Hamilton soundtrack with his cat, Daisy.
Photo (c): Lindsay Rowan 2016