The IEEE Young Professionals is an international community of innovative members and volunteers. Members of this community are interested in elevating their professional image, expanding their global network, connecting with peers locally and giving back to the community.
Chair – David Hantke
I earned my computer engineering degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 2018 graduating with great distinction. Since then, I have been working with Calian Advanced Technologies as a hardware designer where I have been recognized as a creative problem solver.
Outside of work, I enjoy honing my presentation skills through Toastmasters and studying German as a second language. I am excited for this next step in my leadership journey by joining the IEEE North Saskatchewan Section YP committee as Chair.
Vice-chair – Cosme Loi
I’m the new Vice-Chair of the North Sask YP Section. As Vice-Chair, my mission is to create a vibrant and supportive community for young professionals in our region. I’m dedicated to providing exciting opportunities for socializing, networking, professional development, and volunteering.
I believe that IEEE is an exceptional professional association that can help young professionals connect, develop their skills, and achieve their goals. As Vice-Chair, I’m committed to promoting IEEE and its benefits to our members.
My leadership philosophy centers on the values of development, friendship, and diversity. I’m excited to work with all of you to help our community grow and thrive. Let’s make a positive impact together!
Secretary – Reefayat Majumder
I’m the newly appointed secretary for the IEEE North Saskatchewan Section Young Professionals. In 2019, I graduated with a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from The University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
As the chapter secretary, my primary role is to ensure that the chapter’s records and communication tasks are coordinated efficiently. I’m responsible for recording and distributing minutes, maintaining records, communicating with members and other IEEE chapters/sections, assisting in planning and executing events, and representing the chapter at IEEE meetings. I’m excited to contribute my skills and knowledge to the chapter and look forward to working with all of you.
Treasurer – Graham Ncube
Hello everyone, my name is Graham Ncube, and I am the incoming Treasurer for the IEEE North Saskatchewan Section Young Professionals. I have a passion for excellence and continuous improvement and am dedicated to making a positive impact in our community.
Before starting my current role as an Electrical EIT at March Consulting Associates Inc., I worked as a Project Manager at Schneider Electric. This experience helped me to hone my organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
I’m excited to develop my expertise in electrical engineering and contribute my strong work ethic as an asset to the young professionals group. I look forward to working with all of you and contributing to the success of our chapter.