Who We Are
Quest University Students’ Association (QUSA) is a non-profit society that works collectively with its members, administrators, staff, and faculty, as well as regional stakeholders to improve the quality of student life at Quest University Canada. As a group of elected students, QUSA aims to improve the quality of student life on campus through funding services, initiatives, events, and committee grants. Read more about QUSA, its mission, and guiding values.
Meeting Times and Location
Every first and third Monday of the block
Every first and third Wednesday of the block
QUSA Executive Team
President - he/him
If you’re looking for Nate McCarthy, you’re likely to find him at a local bar—sushi or otherwise—or dancing in his bedroom. Moving from Sea(ttle)-to-Sky, he has found a passion for yelling about corporate governance, critical economics, and urban geography. Find out more...
Vice-President - she/her
Rikki Logan is a prairie girl from Saskatchewan who is politically driven, a recreation enthusiast, and strong-minded. Her academic focus revolves around the question, “Who benefits from Canadian government policies?” ... find out more....
Treasurer - she/her
From the Netherlands and Benin, Dini always finds herself in somewhere in between. Moving between Western Europe and West Africa has shaped the multiplicity of her identity. She chose to attend Quest for its alternative approach to education ... find out more...
Nritya Mala Giridhar
Director of Internationalization - she/her
Desire Boni Mulla
Director of Human Rights - she/her
Desire Boni Mulla is a child nourished and nurtured by the efforts of the phenomenal women from the lands of Buganda Kingdom (Uganda). She is in her 4th and final year at Quest University... find out more...
Ren Gómez Montoya
Director of Arts & Culture - they/them
Director of External Affairs - he/him
Oliver Rothenberg is a fourth year from Santa Monica but will probably just say he's from Los Angeles for the sake of simplicity. As your Minister of External Affairs, he is excited to strengthen partnerships for QUSA... find out more...
Concentration Director - he/him
He was born in a small town in interior BC but grew up in Peru, Niall is a fourth year with the Question “Who can tell stories?” With this he has been studying film (especially documentary) and indigenous studies... find out more...
Foundation Director - he/him
Shiva was born in India and did his high schooling in the UK. He’s going into his second year at Quest and is excited to be part of the 2019/20 QUSA team. He enjoys many genres of music and is currently into English hip hop artist Loyle Carner. Find out more...
Director of Environment - he/him
At heart, Nich is a politically driven recreationalist who finds passion in advocating for socially and environmentally resilient communities. As someone who studies the relationship between... find out more...
Director of Health & Wellness - she/her
Emily is a chocolate-loving 4th year student whose academic interests are largely related to human health. Her studies have included biochemistry, chemistry, psychology, neurobiology... find out more...
Director of Recreation - he/him
Keegan is a 4th year student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Keegan has been an Adventure Club leader and a regular participant in both Soccer and Ultimate Frisbee throughout his time at Quest. Find out more...
Chairperson - he/him
A fourth-year whose loved ones sometimes see his interest in trees and forests to be a problem, Luke is best known for his appreciation of all things nature. He can be found throwing pottery, fly fishing, conversing with a tree... find out more...
Sarah is spending her fourth and final year at Quest working as QUSA's General Manager. After seven years of conference-planning, she's excited to support other students in executing inclusive, creative, and meaningful projects on campus. Find out more...
Sidney is a fourth-year student examining the relationships between culture and popular literature/film. When she’s not working with QUSA to communicate their public meetings to the student body... Find out more...