Hello there. I’m Adam, Chair of Council for 2018/19. I’ll be chairing NUSU Student Council meetings and managing a number of exciting debates. I will also be promoting NUSU, specifically focusing on advertising Student Council in order to encourage greater student engagement by making council more open and accessible to everyone.
Hi, my name is Pablo, and I will be your International Students Officer for 2018/19. In my role I will ensure all international students feel equally and fairly represented. My main goal will be to protect International Students from any changes in the University procedures that can affect particularly this group, and to promote multiculturalism and diversity at University.
I'm Charlotte, and as Marginalised Genders Officer it’s my priority to represent the views and needs of students identifying as a marginalised gender. This means I campaign for and support women, non-binary, transgender and any other gender-nonconforming students. I want to push for progress for issues including sexual violence and safe spaces.
Hi, I’m Haaris and I am your Students with Disabilities Officer 2018/9. I will be representing the needs of students with physical disabilities, neurodiverse conditions and mental illness. In addition to my Part-time Officer position, I am also the President of DaNSoc and the Conference Leader for Mind the Gap.
Hello! My name is Christopher Wilkinson; I am a 3rd year Classics Student, and am your Racial Equality Officer for 2018/19. My role is to celebrate the amazing diversity of our campus, to help promote anti-racism, and to represent the many BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) students throughout the University.
Hi, I'm Jamie, a politics undergrad and your Scrutiny Officer. This role is all about keeping your students union running smoothly. I chair committees where we scrutinise the student council’s minutes, and make sure NUSU’s disciplinary procedure is followed.
In my role as PTO I will provide for the needs of students of faith across campus. Particularly I will aim to focus on university transparency, increase resources for students of faith, and listen to and implement feedback from students of faith and faith societies in meaningful lasting ways.