Group photo of Office of the Dean of Students staff

Our People

Our People

Dean of Students, Professor Chris Buddle
Christopher Buddle
Dean of Students

Preferred pronouns: he/him
Hidden talent:
Playing the mandolin

Associate Dean of Students, Glenn Zabowski
Glenn Zabowski
Associate Dean of Students

Preferred pronouns: he/him
Most binge-worthy TV show:
The Walking Dead


Administrative Coordinator, Dylan Bertus
Dylan Bertus
Administrative Coordinator
Preferred pronouns: he/him
Top place on my travel bucket list:
South Africa

Administrative Coordinator, Ashley Karekaho
Ashley Karekaho
Administrative Coordinator
Preferred pronouns: she/her
One thing I can't live without:
Something (anything!) to read


Case Manager, Edith Breiner
Edith Breiner
Student Affairs Case Manager
Preferred pronouns: she/her
Little known fact:
Started downhill skiing 8 years ago

Residence Life Project Coordinator, Charlene Lewis-Sutherland
Charlene Lewis-Sutherland
Residence Life Project Coordinator
Preferred pronouns: she/her
Go-to karaoke song:
Bed of Roses by Bon Jovi


Pedagogy & Development Coordinator, Christelle Tessono
Christelle Tessono
Pedagogy & Development Coordinator
Preferred pronouns: she/her
Most impressive feat:
Speaking four (almost five!) languages

Equity Facilitator, Eve Finley
Eve Finley
Equity Facilitator
Preferred pronouns: she/her
Earliest talent:
Started playing violin at 4 years old


Sexual Violence Education Advisor, Bianca Tetrault
Bianca Tétrault
Sexual Violence Education Advisor, OSVRSE
Preferred pronouns: she/her
Newest skill:
My brand-new motorcycle license

Sexual Violence Response Advisor, Emilie Marcotte
Émilie Marcotte
Sexual Violence Response Advisor, OSVRSE
Preferred pronouns: she/her
Favourite thing about Montreal:
All the opportunities for dancing

We would like to acknowledge that McGill University is located on land, which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.