Meet Cassandra Mueller
Cassandra graduated from Trent University with a BSc in Archaeology. She is currently working as a field technician for an archaeological company in Kitchener, Ontario. As a student at Trent, Cassandra first got involved in Lady Eaton College during her second year. She held the position of Minister of Athletics on LEC Cabinet which she carried over into her third year. During her fourth year as an LEC student, she took on the role of Minister of Communications and Publicity running events during the Winter College Weekend and sending out the weekly Drumlin. During her time in LEC, she also held the role of an Orientation Leader in her third and fourth year.
Outside of Lady Eaton, she played an active role on campus. For three years she held and executive position on the Trent Visual Arts Network running popular events such as Paint Night, art shows, and held interactive workshops.
Leadership was something she happened upon during her time here at Trent but she found taking on these roles allowed her to meet many amazing people and leaders while positively changing and impacting the lives of fellow students.
She hopes to pursue a Masters and work her way up in the Cultural Resources Management field. In the long run, she may go and pursue a PhD. She hopes to educate the public about the importance of our past and how to respect the land and people who came before us.