Kaitlyn Hoeksema

First Nations Representative

My name is Kaitlyn, niya nehiyaw (I am Cree) and I have lived in the Ktunaxa territory since I was 4 years old, I am happy to be your indigenous student representative! I am here to support students and bring a collective voice forward. I am grateful to see growth in the College of the Rockies in creating this position. This avenue is valuable, building the capacity for you to have your voice heard is why this position is here. Student to student, I got you! I matter, you matter, we matter!

Adreen Muchini

International Representative

My name is Adreen Muchini and I am from Zimbabwe. I am a 2nd year Business Management student. I am the International Representative of the Student’s Association and also a Resident Advisor at the Purcell House Residence. I want to achieve community building and involvement and also students’ satisfaction with the COTR Student Association and Council.

Rohan Blair

Trades Representative

Hey! My name is Rohan Blair. I am the representative for the Student Council Trades Sector. I am currently doing my Level B in the Welding Program. I hope to bring new ideas this term and impact the school positively. I am hoping this school term will be just as great as previous years and those to come!

Reginald Goldsbury

Business Representative

Students deserve to be heard and well represented on ongoing activities and policy decisions at COTR and within the Students Union.

As your Student Representative Reggie will fully research the issues, find solutions and go to you with the most up-to-date information on COTR and Student Union happenings wanting your opinions and thoughts on them.

With energy and enthusiasm Reggie will ensure you are informed, collect your input and represent your concerns to the Students Association to improve student life.

Reggie was born and raised in Cranbrook and has returned home to complete his degree and become a teacher. Reggie is politically active and has been involved in many local organizations, boards and committees; including Regional District Board, their Commissions, local business & historical associations, Lions Club, and Reggie has taken on the government when there was a treat to his previous community in Balfour – and won.  Reggie was a manager for VANOC at 2010 Olympics/Paralympics, a co-op job at his previous school Selkirk College where he was also involved heavily in student politics, has a Business Administration diploma, and has served and managed a resort on Kootenay Lake for the last eleven years. He’s now ready to represent you at COTR.


Contact Reggie at 250-581-5581 or reg.goldsbury@gmail.com

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