New Students’ Union Executive Team

Posted by rmt22 at Jul 05, 2017 12:37 PM |
We welcome our new sabbatical officers as they take their posts for the 2017/18 academic year.

Last week we said farewell to our outgoing Students’ Union Executive team. In the time they had been in post – two years in the case of President Rachel Holland and Education Officer Alex Mitchell – they made a huge impact on the University and oversaw the introduction of a number of new initiatives to improve the student experience. We all wish them well in their future careers.

But as they depart we welcome an entirely new team to head up the Students’ Union for the year ahead, led by new President Amy Moran, who had previously been the part-time Women’s Officer in the Union.

The new team have bold plans for the forthcoming year, you can read more on the Students’ Union webpages, but here they are in brief

Amy Moran - President

Alongside leading the team and representing student views to the University Amy is looking to help reduce costs on campus, including food, bus passes, and printing, and to ensure that everyone is aware of the work of the Sabbatical team, and the support they offer alongside the Students' Union.

Carrie Young – Activities Officer

Carrie is hoping to not only make volunteering opportunities clearer as well as offering the same level of support and promotion to every student society no matter the size.

Azza Abdulla – Education Officer

Azza’s focus for this year is to tackle student issues such as exam feedback, the BAME attainment gap and improving employability. She will also be working on various campaigns to cut costs, celebrate diversity, and make student initiatives a reality.

Kennedy Adamu – Sports Officer

Kennedy’s main goals are to improve the communication between clubs and the university. He wants Team Leicester to mean as much to the university as it does to our athletes. He also wants sport to be more accessible and inclusive for everyone at any level.

Mollie Henstock – Wellbeing Officer

Mollie aims to continue to develop the LeicsTalk mental health initiative as well as rolling out free healthy cookery classes, increasing sexual safety awareness and working hard on the issues students raise at Union Council.

New SU team 2017

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