Elections Results

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And so it is, the final curtain has fallen on our 2018 Elections. We’ had 69 superb candidates this year across 27 different positions. And all 69 candidates were indeed excellent, all of them running great campaigns, delivering great speeches and producing great manifestos. A huge congratulations to every single candidate who run this year. And a huge congrats to RON, too. We love RON.

But, unfortunately, as cliché as it sounds, there can only be one winner for each position. That means that our 69 candidates have been whittled down to 27 full time and part time officers by means of your voting. Have a read through our list of Part Time Officers below:

Off Campus OfficerKatie Richards

Mount Clare Site RepJoshua Malone

Students with Disabilities OfficerBelinda Bradley

Mental Health OfficerBeth Amos

Gender Equality OfficerLily Crozier

Female Interfaith OfficerRuth Clements

Male Interfaith OfficerJacob Cooper-King

Sport Roehampton President (Female)Kaysh Brown

Sport Roehampton President (Male)Jordan Harris

BAME Students OfficerDre Mbwese

International Students OfficerNavya Chaturvedi

LGBTQ+ OfficerCiara Ansley

Trans Student OfficerAlex Keene

Environmental OfficerMatthew Delicate

Postgraduate and Mature Students OfficerSophie Harris

Students with Caring Responsibilities Officer –  Kareena (Dora) Allford

 

We welcome all these wonderful winners with wide, wide arms! Congratulations everyone! Next up, we announced our College Deputy Presidents and Presidents in some very tightly contested races. Have a read of the full list below:

Whitelands Deputy – Tanya Robinson

Whitelands President – Kevin Muhika

Froebel Deputy – Penny Elliot-Miles

Froebel President – Daniel O’Donoghue

Southlands Deputy – Helen Cansdale

Southlands President – Shay Patel

Digby Deputy – Theo Benjamin

Digby President – Tia Forbes

 

Each college will surely look forward to working with their new presidential teams next year and we are incredibly excited to study their progress and keep up with their sure-to-be-amazing work. We are even more excited, however, to begin work with our three sabbatical officers! Three hotly-contested, closely-fought races have produced three winners. Take a look at the list below:

Vice President, Community & Welfare – George Walker

Vice President, Education – Liam Parsons

President – Chuchu Nwagu

 

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