Evonne Syed is a second-year S-LP student at McMaster University. Her earliest contribution to SAC dates back to 2021 when she initiated a May Speech and Hearing Month project with a fellow undergraduate student colleague to advocate for the S-LP profession and spread awareness. This resulted in the co-creation of her career resource titled “So you want to learn about speech-language pathology?” published and made available on SAC’s website as part of a news article. This guidebook introduces the S-LP profession and was created to inspire future generations of S-LPs. It also highlights the need for cultural and linguistic diversity in the field. As a trilingual, bi-cultural, and racialized woman, Evonne looks forward to representing and advocating for culturally and linguistically diverse groups. She strives to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion in S-LP and Audiology. Evonne’s involvement as the Student Co-Chair of the Anti-Racism, Anti-Bias, Anti-Oppression Committee, and the Education/Professional Association Representative on the S-LP Student Council at McMaster reflects her dedication to creating an environment for acceptance and growth. Evonne is a Co-Chair for the 2024 Theory to Therapy Canadian Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Annual Graduate Student Conference and is actively involved in creating opportunities for students to connect, have a platform, and bring learning outside the classroom.