Fridays: 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Tim David was born in the humble city of San Fernando, Philippines in the middle of the 1994 Pacific typhoon season. Immigrated in 1998; he was frightened of heights and rollercoasters, loved lightning and rain storms, Saturday morning cartoons, and playing Crash Bandicoot on PlayStation.
At 20, he was hired by Scotiabank – a bank who took him in by a mere gut feeling, regardless of his lack of post-secondary education. Tim enjoyed his time there, because he ate what he killed and sowed what he reaped. In two years, he was serving the bank as their youngest leader and was rewarded with Scotiabank’s most prestigious award the “Best of The Best.” His drive, motivation and “Why” are all derived from his continuous hunger to improve himself and those along the way. His strongest belief is that excellence is never an accident, it’s a choice.
Tuesdays: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Hi! My name is Henry Vo, I’m currently taking Financial Planning, heading into my second year. If you’ve ever encountered the loudest group in the library, you’ve probably seen me! I like to consider myself a hard worker, but I can’t forget to have fun and make things amusing.
This past year at BCIT has solidified the realization of what I want to do as a career. I’ve dipped my toes into some outrageous jobs such as construction and bussing tables. But working at TD Bank helped be understand more about the world of finance. After opting out of engineering I decided to take financial planning. This past year at BCIT has really taught me to love what I do. The finance world is intriguing and complicated but this won’t stop me from learning as much as I can. I’m excited to be a part of this new team and I can’t wait for the fun and exciting things to come.
Feel comfortable to come to my office hours if you have any questions or would just like to chat.
Monday’s: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
I am originally from Vancouver, but attended high school in Victoria and university in Ottawa before coming home. I love to hike, camp, and surf whenever I have a short break from my courses and duties at BCIT, which is about 1 day a month. My future goal, and the reason I am at BCIT, is to own and operate successful business both locally and internationally.
Tuesday’s: 2:30 pm – 3:20 pm
Hey everyone! I’m going into my second year of the Marketing Management program and am planning to continue into the BBA program afterwards. I previously studied behavioural neuroscience at SFU where I served on their student association and ran my own research study on whether humans are energetically selfish or altruistic. I am thrilled to be representing you and many other students over the next year to ensure your experience at BCIT is as memorable, fun and smooth-sailing as possible.
Besides my role with the SA and being a Residence Advisor for BCIT Housing, you’ll also find me slaying witty responses on Lululemon’s social media channels. Advocacy, health and wellness and the environment are some of my biggest passions, and on my days off I’ll almost always be at the beach, practicing yoga, or hiking a mountain.
Tuesdays: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Wednesdays: 10:30 am – 12::30 pm
If you want to schedule a meeting outside these hours please contact me at email@example.com
Hello! I am a Bachelor of Accounting student and I am VERY excited to represent you and many others as VP Student Affairs.
I am incredibly passionate in helping others, and in this role I hope to do just that. On a broad spectrum, I want to promote equity and equality on campus while inspiring others to do so in their daily life. On a more specific note, I also want to help you in any way that I can. Please do not hesitate to reach out! If I’m not in class you can find me at the office or the gym.
This is going to be a great year and I am very excited to work with BCITSA to improve your experience here at BCIT.
Mondays: 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Wednesdays: 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Fridays: 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
G’day! Matt here, your new Chair of Business. I am so excited to be working for the students of BCIT this year! If you can’t find me on campus I am either doing something dangerous in the north shore mountains or chilling in my hammock. I am passionate about music, architecture, and innovative business. I want to promote sustainable practices and believe that every person can make a difference. I aim to do my BBA in Japan next year and can’t wait to rock climb in China this winter. Please come visit me during office hours to chat about anything, whether it be business, local hikes, or craft beer. I hope to operate my own brewery someday…
Thursdays: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Cory Pope is your new representative for the School of Energy. He is often described to be diligent, high performing, and hard-working among his peers and instructors. He is currently a mechanical engineering student, but has a host of professional experience including his time working throughout BC and Alberta in the Energy sector. Here on campus, he’s always here to help. You can often find him at the library tutoring students on tough engineering subjects.
Outside of school, he is an avid mountain biker and an outdoors enthusiast. When he can, he enjoys finding and exploring trails throughout BC’s wilderness. He is also a fervent “dog-person” and loves to spend time with his dogs.
Cory loves to help people and is why he’s here serving as the chair of the School of Energy. If you have any questions or comments about BCIT, he would love to hear them!
Mondays: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Wednesdays: 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Thursdays: 8:30 am – 9:30 am
My name is Chris Samra I’m in the ABT program. I’m a small business owner with an eye on our future. My objective is to make the world move forward in protecting our environments and well being, the BCITSA seemed like a good starting block. Overall, I’m here to start motions to move in the right direction. If you ever have questions find me in my office in the SA building or nose deep in books in the NE01 Cafeteria
Justin Cervantes is the new Chair of Computing and Academic Studies for the BCIT Student Association. Justin is currently working towards becoming a developer in Vancouver’s burgeoning tech industry and is pursuing a Computer Systems Technology diploma. He has an interest in technology, education and entrepreneurship.
While on campus, Justin can typically be found working in the silent study areas on the second floor of the library. His favourite aspect of being a BCIT student is meeting fellow technology enthusiasts who are working on new and innovative projects. Justin is passionate about seeing people succeed and would love to hear feedback on the successes and failures of the computing programs at BCIT.