What I studied: History and Sociology
Why I ran to be a Student Officer: I attended the Student Leadership Conference, where each of the Officers spoke about their experiences having run, being in the role and their different styles of leadership. Although I found the concept daunting at first, I decided to embrace the challenge and nominated myself as a Candidate. I knew that in the future I’d regret not running for such a unique and important role; and ultimately the Conference inspired me to stand as a Candidate and run a successful campaign, which lead to me becoming an elected Student Officer!
My most used emoji: Winking face
My favourite place in Liverpool: The Albert Docks, especially the International Slavery Museum and the coffee shops.
My priorities for the year ahead: I am focussing on reforming Module selection, making it a fairer and less stressful process. I’d like to work on Cutting Sports Costs, with a focus on accessibility and importance on wellbeing. Additionally, I want to improve Mental Health Provision with a focus on supporting the Counselling Service. Finally, I’d like to improve Society Storage in the Guild, create a Society Calendar and get free sanitary products in all University toilets.