Welcome to the Mount Royal University Oneball Chapter
Below is the Executive Team for the Mount Royal University Oneball Chapter for 2016.
Kevin is a born and raised Calgarian, who is in his first year of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice, with a minor in Psychology, at Mount Royal University. He volunteers with the Calgary Police Foundation - About Face Program by helping youth who have been criminally charged to facilitate and develop character betterment and behavioural practices. He is also a volunteer coach for his former high school football team, Sir Winston Churchill. As someone who is driven by his passion to help those around him, Kevin is thrilled to have the opportunity to grow the reach of OneBall and spread awareness for testicular cancer at Mount Royal University.
Luke is a first year business student at Mount Royal University, who is a member of both the school's rugby team and ski club . Luke got his first taste of OneBall at a dodgeball event at the University of Calgary in 2015. When the opportunity arose to start a chapter at Mount Royal University, he simply could't turn it down. He looks forward to working with other students to raise awareness for testicular cancer at the university through Oneball.
Keith was born in Kamloops, British Columbia and moved to Calgary when he was one month old. He is currently enrolled in the Criminal Justice program at Mount Royal University, and hopes to pursue a career in law enforcement after obtaining his degree. Hoping to be an advocate of healthy living, he plans to coordinate many fun-filled activities for One Ball MRU that help raise awareness for testicular cancer.
Kait grew up in Trail, British Columbia and moved to Calgary after graduating from high school. She is currently in her third year at Mount Royal University, majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Psychology. After obtaining her undergraduate degree, Kait hopes to pursue a masters in forensic psychology. She hopes to use her endless passion for learning to help Oneball educate others of the risks and facts about testicular cancer.
Michelle was born in Calgary, but has spent her life growing up in Chestermere. She is currently a fourth year Criminal Justice Honours student at Mount Royal University and is doing research in jury comprehension of DNA evidence. Michelle hopes to work as a Data Analyst or a Criminal Intelligence Analyst with the Calgary Police Service after the completion of her degree. She has had multiple family members who have battled cancer and hopes that through Oneball, she can spread the important message of awareness being the first step to prevention.