Hale Mahon

Communications consulting and freelance design services.

Springwater / Toronto, ON

BioHale Mahon is a multi-disciplinary professional with a diverse range of experience in communications, governance, casework, campaigning, advocacy, and event planning.Hale is a third-year student at York University, studying for a Bachelor of Public Administration with a minor in psychology. He serves as the Health Editor for Excalibur, the university’s student newspaper. Involved in student government, Hale is a Councillor on the Student Council for Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, where he manages the day-to-day operations of the Ian Greene Award for Teaching Excellence. He is also a member of the University’s Senate, representing students in that Faculty and serving in the Student Senator Caucus. Hale is a member of the Board of Directors of the York University Student Centre, as well as the Executive Committee and Safety, Security and Alcohol Committee. In terms of student clubs, Hale is the Director of Communications of the York University Campus Conservatives, and a graphic designer at the Schizophrenia Society of York University, sitting on the Executive of both organizations.In his hometown of Springwater, Hale is actively involved in local politics and is regularly engaged with municipal councillors at various civic meetings. He is Chair of the Midhurst Community Recreation Association, a municipal service board, and Chair of the Cultural & Heritage Advisory Committee, a committee of council.Hale is also involved in provincial and federal politics, working in the Constituency Office of Doug Downey, Member of Provincial Parliament for Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte. He serves on the Board of Directors of both the Barrie—Springwater—Oro-Medonte federal Conservative Association and provincial PC Association, and as Secretary for the latter.Hale performs freelance graphic design and communications tasks for a range of public, private and non-profit organizations.In his free time, Hale enjoys spending time outdoors including camping, hiking, and making maple syrup each spring.