What we do
Our mission is to promote, support and empower the full participation of Ontario nursing students as a significant voice within society. We speak out for nursing students and health. In collaboration with provincial stakeholders, through political action, professionalism and research, we ensure the best possible health care for now and the future.
We value human dignity, inclusivity, and diversity amongst our members. We are committed to empowering nursing students in leadership, visibility, and education.
Who we are
Our executive team consists of student leaders from nursing programs across Ontario. We are dedicated to improving the visibility of nursing students and advocating on their behalf on issues of health and health care.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Nursing Students of Ontario Interest Group Executive Committee, elections are held in May each year. More information will be released closer to this time. If you are interested in running for a position, we welcome any questions and can be contacted by email (see below).
Do you have a question or suggestion for us? We’d love to hear from you!
2022 - 2023 Executive
|Vice President||Tabitha Clark|
|Policy & Political Action Officer||Leo Macawile|
|Communications & PR Officer||Sarah Mangaru|
|Membership Executive Officer||Rebecca Titus|
|Committee Co-ordinator||Juhi Bhatt|
|Committee Co-ordinator||Stephanie Pialis|
|Committee Co-ordinator||Christopher Regpala|
|Committee Co-ordinator||Mary Velez|
|Indigenous Student Representative||Brandi Cheechoo|
|Past President||Lale Tuner|
The constitution outlines how the NSO conducts its elections, duties, mission, and mandate.
Descriptions of roles and responsibilities of NSO executives can be found in the revised and adopted NSO constitution for the 2010/11 mandate.