Robert William Gale was born and raised in Saint John, New Brunswick. He graduated from St. Malachy’s Memorial High School, and during his high school experience he served on the Student Representative Council at St. Mac’s. During his term on council in high school, Gale served as Treasurer. This position helped him realize that he had a passion for finance, which had a factor in Rob’s choice to major in Business with a focus in Finance. Gale serves as VP Finance for the UNB-SRC. His main goal for SRC is to ensure that the funds of the council are used responsibly. Once he graduates in May and receives his Bachelor of Business Administration, Rob plans on entering the finance industry.
Jen Brown was born and raised in Saint John, New Brunswick. She attended St. Malachy’s Memorial High School, and during her high school years acted as a member of her student council. She served many different roles on her high school council, but the position that affected her most profoundly was her position as Vice President. Since starting at UNBSJ, Brown has taken her roles on council very seriously. She has been the Social Rep, VP Social, and now she is VP Student Affairs. Jen plans freshman Orientation Week, as well as facilitating the clubs and societies on campus. Her goal is to ensure that all UNBSJ students get involved with the university community and local community as well. Brown graduates in May and receives her Bachelor in Bio-Psychology. After graduation, she plans on furthering her education to pursue social work and continuing to work with the Promise Partnership Foundation.
Reno Pereira was born and raised in Goa, India. He attended St. Mary’s High School. He is currently VP Social for the UNB-SRC. The main reason Reno joined council was to give back to the school and help freshman entering university and graduates entering the career field. He feels that being appointed by the President of the SRC is his greatest accomplishment, and he considers his position as VP Social his highest priority. Pereira often receives positive feedback from the different social events that are held on campus, and encourages the student body to always give back. Pereira graduates in May with a Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Psychology, and plans on moving to England to manage soccer players.