As of August 1st, Harman Dandiwal is no longer associated with the College of New Caledonia Students’ Union (CNCSU).

Harman began his journey with the CNCSU as the Production Editor for The Confluence, the union’s official magazine. As the production editor, the magazine took shape, and his influence carried on for the next five years after his tenure with the magazine ended.

On July 2014, Harman was promoted to the Communications Officer position, tasked with developing communication strategies to form a stronger connection between the students’ union and the CNC student base. From there, he became recognized for his passion and willingness to fight for student rights and become a popular figurehead in the CNC International community.

Harman was promoted again in April of 2017 to the Organizer position. He continued his passion towards fighting for student rights and became a local political figure in his efforts supporting the British Columbia Federation of Students’ province-wide campaigns.

Harman officially requested his departure in 2019, hoping to pursue a career of an entrepreneur. Harman’s most recognized startup is Dandy Auto Spa, a PG car detailing company started earlier this year.

After five-plus years, It is with heavy hearts that the College of New Caledonia Students’ Union wishes Harman the best of luck in all of his future endeavours.