Meet Your CSLIT Executive Team 2020-2021

CSLIT Executive meeting each other for the first time.

A new school year means a new CSLIT Executive Team! The CSLIT Executive Team is ecstatic to work together with the wonderful student leaders in the TCDSB community, and the CSLIT Executive Team looks forward to acting as the amplified voice for the TCDSB student consensus on a board level. The CSLIT Executive Team especially looks forward to adapting to the new environment caused by the unforeseen circumstances that surround this year by creating innovative leadership opportunities, while maintaining the mission of the Catholic Student Leadership Impact Team. Here are the TCDSB students and staff responsible for perpetuating leadership in our board.

Michael Consul, Catholic Student Leadership Department Head

Alma mater: St. Mother Theresa Graduate

Fun Fact: I have a fishing YouTube channel! Check out and subscribe to “Caught By Consul” on YouTube.

Kathy Nguyen, TCDSB Student Trustee

School: Madonna Catholic Secondary School

Fun Fact: I have dimples on my cheekbones instead of my cheeks!

Keith Baybayon, TCDSB Student Trustee

School: Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School

Fun Fact: I can drink five large iced coffees in a day without being phased.

Makeda Muluneh, Director of Administrative Affairs

School: St. John Henry Newman Catholic High School

Fun Fact: I am double jointed.

Rabeca Mengesha, Director of Equity

School: Madonna Catholic Secondary School

Fun Fact: I can give decent haircuts and fades.

Elisa (Ellie) Acerbi, Director of Elementary Affairs (ECSLIT)

School: Madonna Catholic Secondary School

Fun Fact: I love to cook & bake and I hope to open my own restaurant some day.

Junette Tindan, Director of Elementary Affairs (ECSLIT)

School: Senator O’Connor College School

Fun Fact: I make a fantastic spinach dip and I can make a clover with my tongue.

Audri Supsup, Director of Social Affairs

School: Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School

Fun Fact: I tried to donate my hair when I was younger, but my Dad lost the ponytails.

Shania Muthu, Director of Social Justice

School: Senator O’Connor College School

Fun Fact: I drink 10 shots of espresso in a day.

Julia Rodrigues, Faith Ambassador

School: Monsignor Percy Johnson Catholic Secondary School

Fun Fact: I play the violin.

Marcos Fonesca, Director of Angel Foundation of Learning

School: Michael Power-St. Joseph High School

Fun Fact: I can play three different instruments.

Makayla (Mk) Joseph, Public Relations Coordinator

School: Loretto College School

Fun Fact: I love dairy with all my heart, but I’m lactose intolerant.

Abibat Egbeyemi, Public Relations Coordinator

School: Madonna Catholic Secondary School

Fun Fact: I’m anemic and lactose intolerant; pick a struggle, I know!

Stephen Chiu, Public Relations Coordinator

School: St. Michael’s Choir School

Fun Fact: I play the piano and I love to sing!

The CSLIT Executive Team can’t wait to serve the fellow leaders in the TCDSB school community! Please reach out to any of us with any of your ideas.

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  1. That is quite the lineup that has been assembled.

    All the best going forward!

    Peace, Joy, Hope, Charity, Gratitude, Patience, Gentleness, Respect and Humility,
    Steve De Quintal
    Teacher, St. Mary Catholic Academy, 66 Dufferin Park Ave. Toronto, Ontario M6H-1J6.
    416-393-5528 ext. 84293
    “that they may have life and have it to the full.”
    ***You can always email but a call or a visit will get a quicker response***

    ________________________________

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