Kai is a second year student at Western University, studying Kinesiology. He plans on pursuing physiotherapy or medicine when he completes his undergrad. Kai has enjoyed the challenges he has been met with during his first year running Generocksity in London. He is continually determined to profuse social philanthropy onto the Western and the London community through Generocksity.
Devon is a second year business student at Western University. Outside of school, Devon’s passion is sports and he has a number of years of experience in volunteer coaching. He has spent the last seven summers helping kids reach their full potential by teaching them physical and motor skills such as biking. Devon is excited about the challenge to start Generocksity in London to help positively affect the community.
Josh is a second year student at Western University, studying business and social sciences. Josh has been involved in sports since a young age being involved in hockey, baseball and basketball. If he isn’t in school or working on extra curricular activities, he will be found spending time with friends and family. Josh is beyond thrilled to start this adventure of introducing Generocksity to London and giving young adults throughout the London community an opportunity to participate in countless philanthropic projects.
Nini is a second year student studying business at Western University. She grew up in Vancouver, BC being actively involved in the sports community, particularly through playing volleyball. Nini has a strong passion for helping others around her which stemmed from her past experience in running a Youth-in-Action program at her high school. She has really enjoyed being on board with the Generocksity London team and looks forward to its future success!
Elise is currently a second year student studying sciences at Western University. She has always loved being active and in her spare time you can find her running, skiing, hiking, or playing a number of recreational sports. On the community service side, Elise has been involved in a number of initiatives including organizing a Terry Fox run, volunteering with disabled children, and supporting homeless youth. This year with Generocksity, Elise has been involved with launching the Good Deeds chapter for the London team, which has included preparing meals for the homeless and a trip to the London Foodbank. Elise looks forward to continuing to give back and make a difference in the London community through the upcoming Generocksity events!
Ben Abnett is a second year Kinesiology student with honours specialization in Sport Management. At Western, Ben is involved in The Purple Spur Society as the Sports coordinator as well as a part of the Health Sciences Soph team. In his spare time, you'll find Ben playing various intramural sports or hanging out with friends. Ben is very excited to see the difference Generocksity will make in the London community and can't wait to see what the future has in store.
Matthew is a second year student attending the University of Western Ontario. He is currently studying geography as he pursues his goal of attending the Ivey School of Business. In his free time, Matthew enjoys photography and listening to music. Matthew loves being part of the Generocksity team because he enjoys showing people how easy and accessible philanthropy can be for students.
Austin is a second year student studying finance and accounting at Western University. He plans on pursuing a career in finance after completing his undergraduate degree. As VP Promotions strategy of Generocksity, London, He is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing action plans to maximize event sales and develop a recognizable brand that appeals to Western University Students
Josh Santin is a first year Kinesiology and Business student living in Med-Syd who joined many different clubs throughout his first year at university. Josh was around campus playing many intramural sports including basketball and flag football. Josh has been very excited to be a part of a club like Generocksity, whose philanthropic events make such an impact on the people and the city of London.
Soranne Floarea is in her third year at Western University, majoring in Media and the Public Interest with a minor in creative writing. On campus, you can find her preparing bagels at The Spoke, playing intramural volleyball, and sophing for the Faculty of Information and Media Studies. In her free time, she loves strumming the guitar, skiing, and anything that gets her out into The Great Outdoors. Soranne is stoked to use her passion for philanthropy to make a difference in her community through Generocksity
Adam is in his second year at Western University, currently studying Media. Adam hopes to pursue a career in creative marketing. Adam is also a member and contributor at the Volta Magazine publication. Adam has been thrilled to be apart of the diverse team and to be helping bring awareness to local London charities.
Julia is a first year student at Western University, studying Media Information Technology, she plans on going into the field of television production when she completes her undergrad. In addition to taking her studies very seriously Julia is as a member of The Western Alzheimer's Club and is always looking for more opportunities to get involved in her community! Julia loves being part of such a great team and group that makes up generosity! She loves seeing the impact of this organization on her community!
Mikaela Harrison is a third-year student studying Political Science and Philosophy at Western University. Outside the classroom, Mikaela plays on the Western Women’s Lacrosse Team, serves as Secretary for Social Science Student’s Council, and is a part of the Social Science Soph Team. Mikaela is enthusiastic to be a part of Generocksity and to give back to the London community
Josh is a fourth year student at Western studying Finance. He is excited to finish his last year in London with the Generocksity team and give back to the community! Josh is also a member of the Rock Climbing and Jiu Jitsu clubs at Western. Following this year Josh plans to travel to Australia to work and save up some money.