Bri Harvie

Student Success Coordinator

Bri attended the University of Alberta to study music and then St. Mary's University to study general sciences. She has been working in post-secondary for the last decade in various roles from recruitment to advising, and now student success. She is passionate about developing programming to support students at any point in their educational journey.  

Bri is actively involved in several professional organizations and uses these networks to liaise with others to develop best practices for working with students in post-secondary. She has presented at many conferences on topics such as imposter syndrome, managing difficult conversations, and academic advising theory.

Bri enjoys spending time with her family (which includes two dogs and two cats!), getting out into nature, watching sci-fi/comic book movies, and flexing her musical muscles whenever possible. 


Victoria Stosky

Student Success Program Specialist

Victoria graduated from Mount Royal’s Business program with focuses in Human Resources, Social Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. She is passionate about creating positive change in her community and has several years of volunteer and work experience with various local and international nonprofit organizations. She previously worked within Mount Royal’s Office of International Education as well as Admissions and Recruitment before joining the Student Success team.

Victoria has completed a certificate in Positive Psychology through Wilfrid Laurier University that has equipped her with relevant scientific and evidence-based knowledge, skills, and tools to help people thrive. She is a certified yoga teacher with a mindfulness practice that has taught her to empathize with others and strategize about self-care and wellness activities.

Victoria loves to travel and to spend time hiking and camping in the mountains or near the water. She adores her two adopted dogs and enjoys cuddling them in the mornings with a good cup of coffee.


Cayley Rawlyck

Student Success Program Specialist

Cayley has been wholly devoted to the Mount Royal Community since 2012. She first entered the university through the Open Studies program and exited with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and English with Honours. During her studies, Cayley worked and volunteered on campus in residence and in the Office of Student Success as a peer.

Mount Royal University was her foundational anchorage in her academic career, and she is deeply grateful to be back in a student support role. She is excited at the thought of supporting others as they embark on their own individual academic pilgrimages.

She bases a huge part of her life on the values of curiosity, fun, and adventure. To unwind, she can be found watching Bravo TV, Playing Animal Crossing, or hanging out with friends.