Scott Carr for VP Finance
To the Concordia student body,
As the incoming president of the Commerce and Administration Students’ Association at the John Molson School of Business and outgoing president of CASA Cares, I am glad to announce my support for Scott Carr as the VP Finance of Concordia Student Union.
Scott is no stranger to me, seeing as both of our associations collaborated last year to organize a successful fundraiser benefiting Moisson Montreal and voted as the most innovative project at JMSB.
Scott has been actively involved ever since he walked through the doors of the MB Building because he understands the value of making an impact on people’s lives.
Currently, he is president of Enactus Concordia, Concordia’s entrepreneurship and management association, and sits at CASA’s Board of Directors meetings as a voting director.
Many assume that JMSB students’ main concern is the bottom line: profit. However, part of Scott’s responsibility is to ensure that the triple bottom line is taken into account: people, planet and profit. He understands the effects that businesses have on the people in our community and the environment we live in.
His involvement with Enactus and various initiatives at JMSB has proven that not only does he listen to the people around him and understand their needs, but that he can also implement a plan, which will ultimately make a difference.
Driven by results, Scott has not only excelled as a president, but in case competitions as well, which enabled him to acquire the analytical skills required to keep the Concordia Student Union and its projects financially sustainable.
As an active member of the JMSB community, I am positive that he will be able to bridge the gap between JMSB and the CSU and I am looking forward to working together with the union to make Concordia University a better place for the students.
With his clear dedication to the community, his ability to listen to students, and his solid business background, I can say with confidence that Scott Carr is the perfect candidate for the CSU’s VP Finance.
Outgoing President of CASA Cares
Incoming President of CASA JMSB