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Candidates announced for HE and FE Zone elections

Tuesday 27-10-2015 - 22:12

Find out here who’s standing for the Higher Education Zone and the Further Education Zone elections.

The Zone Committees have responsibility for planning and supporting the work of the zone. They implement the decisions of National Conference in their policy area. At Zone Conferences this week we are running elections for each Zone Committees 2015/16.

Nominations have now closed and here are the candidates standing**. You can read about who they are and why they’re running in the election in the candidates’ booklets which will be uploaded here and on the Zone Conference HUB by 11pm on 27 October.

HE Zone Elections Candidates Statements

FE Zone Elections Candidates Statements

Who’s standing?

FE Place on the National Executive Council

Charlie Baker, Derby College Students Union

Viktorija Gaigalaite, Walsall College

Daniel Nikolla, City and Islington College

Jeroen van Herk, Edinburgh College Students' Association

 

FE Zone Committee

Angela Alexander, Ayrshire College Student Association

Mazn Amhamed, Bradford College

Charlie Baker, Derby College Students Union

James Bangert, Sheffield College Students Union

Emily Chapman, Leeds City College

Robin Ferguson, Derwen College

Dwayne Foster, Dudley College Student Union

Viktorija Gaigalaite, Walsall College

Sam Golding, Canterbury College Students' Union

Jeroen van Herk, Edinburgh College Students' Association

Charmaine Jacobs, East Kent College Students' Union

Liam Mahan, City of Wolverhampton college Students' Union

Daniel Nikolla, City and Islington College

Lee, Pearson, Hull College Students Union

Poppy Wolfarth, Asset Learner Forum

Austen Wright, Coleg Gwent Students' Union

 

FE Places on Union Development Zone

Dwayne Foster, Dudley College Student Union

Nathan Wedlin, First4skills

 

FE Places on Society and Citizenship Zone

Thierno Diallo, Dudley College

Charlotte Butler, Canterbury College SU

Viktorija Gaigalaite, Walsall College

 

FE Places on Welfare Zone

Jeroen van Herk, Edinburgh College Students' Association

Khan Muzzamil Nawaz, Bradford College Students' Union

Camille Taylor-Haley, Wakefield College

Emily Chapman, Leeds City College

 

HE Place on the National Executive Council

Melissa Owusu, Leeds University Union

Matt Grange, University of West London Students Union

Bilgin Yuksel, Abertay SA

Connor Rand, University of East Anglia

Rosie McKenna, Edge Hill Students' Union

James Starnes, Leeds Beckett SU

Imogen Wilson, Edinburgh University Students Association

Niall Hamilton, Reading University Students' Union

Nona Buckley-Irvine, LSESU

 

HE Zone Committee

Grace Anderson, Anglia Ruskin Students' Union

Nona Buckley-Irvine, LSESU

Issy Cooke, City University London Students' Union

Roisin Dunne, University of Greenwich Students' Union

Hassun El Zafar, Sheffield Hallam Union

Jo Goodman, Birmingham City University SU

Matt Grange, University of West London Students Union

Niall Hamilton, Reading University Students' Union

Holly Haselgrove, Canterbury College Students' Union

Charlie Hindhaugh, Warwick SU

Ben Hunt, Kings College London Students' Union

Amy Kittle, Manchester Metropolitan Union

Rosie McKenna, Edge Hill Students' Union

Priscilla Mensah, Cambridge University Student Union

Tor Njamo, Ravensbourne Students' Union

Melissa Owusu, Leeds University Union

Minesh Parekh, Sheffield Students' Union

Connor Rand, University of East Anglia

Tasmia Salim, University of Central Lancashire Students' Union

Michael Spence, University of Manchester Students' Union

James Starnes, Leeds Beckett SU

Millie Thomas, University of Sunderland Students' Union

Jon Warner, Birkbeck Students’ Union

Imogen Wilson, Edinburgh University Students Association

Bilgin Yuksel, Abertay SA

 

** Please note that there are several candidates who have been nominated by members who have already nominated another person (up to the maximum they are allowed) for that positions or who have not provided the correct proof of student of officer status. Therefore this list may be subject to change before the election takes place tomorrow 

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