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Past Executive Members

We present you our amazing past executive members and alumni who have dedicated their time, energy and passion to help the Forensic Science Society thrive and evolve to become what it is today. We believe they deserve their place on our website and you, a chance to know who they are and possibly interact with them.

Aaliyah Aboubaka

Webmaster, 2022-2023 Department Rep, 2023-2024

  • The next step in her journey is working in student affairs at a post secondary institution and potentially complete a masters in student affairs

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Linh Tran

Third Year Rep, 2022-2023

Fourth Year Rep, 2023-2024

  • The next step in her journey is potentially completing a Masters in a Healthcare related field or in Research

  • LinkedIn
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Keira Parr

Webmaster, 2019-2020

Co-President, 2020-2021

Co-President, 2021-2022

  • M.Sc. Candidate in the Anatomical Sciences Program at Queen’s University and she absolutely LOVES it!!

  • Spends most of her time learning anatomy, working with cadavers, teaching undergrad & graduate students as a TA & Guest Lecturer

  • She is completing her thesis research project which is focused on developing a test for lung cancer detection.

  • She encourages anyone with an interest in teaching & learning anatomy to look into it!

k.parr@queensu.ca

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McKenna Campbell

First Year Rep, 2019-2020

Webmaster, 2020-2021

Co-President, 2021-2022

Co-President, 2022-2023

  • Completed a course at the Wildlife Forensic Academy in South Africa.

  • Learned how to apply skills that she learned at Trent to wildlife crime scenes.

  • Improved her ecological and wildlife knowledge.

  • Made some amazing international connections with professionals and students.

  • The next step in her journey is a Master’s degree in environmental science, with plans to pursue environmental forensics in the future! 

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Faith Vezina

Advertising Rep, 2021-2022

Co-President, 2022-2023

  • Graduated from Trent in 2023 with an bachelors in Forensic Chemistry.

  • Is now working as a Brewing Quality Analyst in a lab at Labatt Breweries; one of the oldest and the biggest breweries in Canada!

  • Monitors beer throughout the production process and run analysis to ensure the product is safe for consumption.

  • LinkedIn
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Keira Parr

Webmaster, 2019-2020

Co-President, 2020-2021

Co-President, 2021-2022

  • M.Sc. Candidate in the Anatomical Sciences Program at Queen’s University and she absolutely LOVES it!!

  • Spends most of her time learning anatomy, working with cadavers, teaching undergrad & graduate students as a TA & Guest Lecturer

  • She is completing her thesis research project which is focused on developing a test for lung cancer detection.

  • She encourages anyone with an interest in teaching & learning anatomy to look into it!

k.parr@queensu.ca

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