Stephanie Yong, Director
Stephanie has obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) and an MBA, both from the University of Saskatchewan. Stephanie is also a sessional lecturer at the Edwards School of Business, teaching Entrepreneurship courses. Besides being an entrepreneur herself, Stephanie enjoys being involved in the entrepreneurship movement with aspirations to support innovation and growth in the community that will have an impact on both the social and economic trends.
Nicole Walsh, Program Coordinator [On Leave]
Nicole develops the Wilson Centre’s marketing and communications plan and coordinates various projects, programs and events designed to help foster a culture of innovative thinking where new ideas can thrive. Born and raised in Saskatoon, Nicole holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with Great Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan.
Page Beaton, Program Coordinator
Studying at the University of Saskatchewan and Curtin University in Western Australia, Page holds a Bachelor of Science in Renewable Resource Management and Concentration in Professional and Cross-Cultural Communications. Page has hands on experience in start-ups and the start-up community. Page is passionate about working hands-on in creating positive, high energy and creative work spaces. Page has intentions of helping to inspire creative problem solving and creating a culture of collaboration that fosters solution driven and inclusive conversation.
Noah Kelleher , Student Coordinator
Noah is an integral component to the Wilson Team. Exemplifying dedication and disciplined time management; Noah works as the Student Coordinator with the Wilson Centre, while being a full time student in Edwards School of Business. Being a student and young entrepreneur himself, Noah likes to bring a student perspective the Catalyst Centre.
The Wilson Centre is home to a dynamic team of students, working to keep the Catalyst Centre in the frontlines of student needs. The Wilson Student team works to engage all disciplines at the University as well as the Saskatoon community. If working with an group of entrepreneurial students appeals to you, please inquire.