Tiffany MacLennan is a strong advocate for a higher education that is accessible, affordable, and of the highest possible quality. Through the McKenna Fellowship, Tiffany is working with the Maple League of Universities to continue her pursuit of this goal.
Mackenzie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from StFX University. She graduated with First Class Honours in May 2020 and was the recipient of the Jules Léger Scholarship for Achievement in the Social Sciences, the Walter Kontak Prize in Political Science and the Dr. John B. Stewart Scholarship for Political Science. Previously, Mackenzie attended Ashbury College in Ottawa, where she was a member of the varsity basketball and rugby, and junior and senior volleyball teams, and was always engaged in student life.
Emma Manning graduated from StFX in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science with Joint Honours in Biology and Psychology. At StFX, Emma was able to explore her interest in scientific research, focusing on the environment and public health, and by working as a student researcher in various labs across campus over the summers. Her work culminated in her honours thesis focused on identifying cognitive decline in people with Multiple Sclerosis. She looks forward to her upcoming placement with the Saint John, NB based bio-tech start-up, BioHuntress, founded by Dr.
Hometown: Georgetown, ON
Degree: Double Advance major in Biology and Aquatic Resource with a minor in Economics
What makes me tick:
My name is Ashley Power and I recently graduated from St FX in 2020 with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Economics with a Special Concentration in Forensic Psychology. I am originally from Airdrie, Alberta but moved out east to attend St FX. Through the Forensic concentration I was given the opportunity to complete several practicum placements where I learned I have a keen interest in how vulnerable populations are impacted by the criminal justice system as well as the importance of resource accessibility within a community.