We offer the following services to our members.
Collective Bargaining and Workplace Advocacy on behalf of the bargaining unit
Employee & Family Assistance (EAP), Health, Dental, Disability Insurance and Pension plan info
Employee Assistance (EFAP), Confidence Line, Sexual Violence Response, Food banks & more
If you require assistance with any workplace concern, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Donna-Mae has held various positions at the University and is presently serving as MSA President with 100% release time from her position as Manager, School of Continuing Education. She became involve...
Vice-President, Admin Assistant
Lee-Ann has been an employee of MacEwan since 2001. She has worked in a variety of areas, all within the Faculty of Arts & Science; currently she is in the Dean’s office. Lee-Ann joined the ...
Ayman has always lived by the words, never ask for less problems, ask for more skills. He is completing his BSc with a major in Physical Sciences, and a minor Economics and has been employed at MacEwa...
Professional Development Chair
I am quite new to MacEwan but in the past year I have been enjoying my time here and learning a lot from my colleagues. I have always been a person actively looking for learning opportunities and hopi...
We offer workplace advocacy to the non-academic staff of MacEwan University
MSA is committed to a workplace free from discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, colour, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, and marital or family status. We will actively work to change personal, institutional and societal biases, confront systems and acts of discrimination, and take conscious and deliberate action to provide equitable opportunities for all people. In addition to challenging systemic oppression of marginalized groups, MSA is committed to developing a workplace environment in which personal privilege is acknowledged, and all people feel confident that they will not be exposed to discrimination, harassment or any other emotional or physical harm.