Hello, I'm Jazbel
An important quality of a VP Internal is their passion and interest in the well-being of students. Jazbel is one of the few people I have met at this university who possess such a strong drive to improve the lives of the students who attend this school. Jazbel and I had met during our work at MathSoc where she was the VP of Events and I was part of the Charity Ball Committee. She was more than committed in the success of our event and worked hard to ensure that we had the resources required. Jazbel was easy to work with, reliable and was the person we turned to whenever we encountered an obstacle. She is currently the Mathsoc president and I, as the current chair of the Math Graduation Committee, have been working closely with Jazbel to ensure that we fill our graduating students’ last year with exciting events. While planning these events, I can see that Jazbel always has the students’ best interests in mind and how her work with Mathsoc has already made the lives of each math student a little better. And so, Jazbel, as VP Internal, would not only be a great team member work hard to ensure improve the well-being of all students at the University of Waterloo.
- Joyce Tsui, Spring 2016 Glow Coordinator and current chair of Math Grad Comm
When I think of Jazbel, the first two things I think of are involvement and commitment. Where there’s something to get in involved with, Jazbel is there, and she is always 100% committed to the job. She doesn’t do something unless she’s going to give everything to it, and she always sees things through to the end, no matter how tough things can get. I remember when she was on the Math Federation Orientation Committee, I automatically knew “this will be one of the best Math Orientation Week’s yet”, and it was. Jazbel is kind and fair, and can work with anyone, but she never loses sight of what’s important. She’s not afraid to make mistakes or be wrong. Most importantly, no matter how busy she gets (and she can get very very busy), she is the type of person who is always there for you. This is why I believe that Jazbel would make an excellent candidate for Feds VP Internal.
- Hannah Watson, a former Tie Guard for Orientation and current exec for Math Ambassador
"Jazbel has spent a huge amount of time and passion organizing events and services in numerous part-time volunteer roles including MathSoc president and Math FOC: I look forward to see what she can do when she's devoted to it full time and for the entire university!"
- Sean Harrap, a former MathSoc VPA, CS Councillor
I’ve known Jazbel for a little over 3 years and in that time, I have learned that she is one of the most dedicated, personable, and hard-working individuals I’ve had the privilege of working alongside. When I first met her through her involvement at St. Jerome’s, she worked tirelessly not only to build community within the St. Jerome’s residence - but to develop meaningful interpersonal relationships with all students. Fast-forward almost 3 years, and you can find her as the fearless leader of MathSoc, with a passion for change, student involvement and advocacy. Jazbel puts her heart and soul into all that she does. She does not stop until she has accomplished what she set out to do. Don’t believe me? Go check out MC at 3AM and tell me who you find. With that said, I am more than happy to have the privilege to endorse Jazbel Wang as Feds VP Internal.
- Katie Brogan, a former Assistant Activities Coordinator and Residence Don for St. Jerome’s
Hi everyone! I’m a VP Internal Candidate, running independently. My passion has always been student involvement on campus. I have been involved in Mathematics Society (MathSoc), St. Jerome’s University, Math Orientation (MathFOC), Feds, Math Endowment Fund, Women in Computer Science, and Women in Math. I am currently MathSoc President (Fall 2016-Winter 2017) while balancing my life as a Fourth Year Computer Science student.
My goal is to increase visibility for all clubs, services, societies with the help of faculty, staff and Feds. In my spare time, I enjoy bouldering, dancing and chatting with friends or (soon-to-be friends). For more information, check out https://www.facebook.com/jazforVPIN/ and follow https://twitter.com/jazforvpin/. If you have questions or concerns, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.