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Introducing the new NUS Wales Full Time Officers

On the 1st July NUS Wales welcomed a new President, Deputy President and Womans' Officer into full-time activities. 

 

Luke Young, NUS Wales President:

 "This is a brand new team. We are ready and we are excited for the challenges of the next year. Together, we will get the job done."

Luke heads up the new team as the NUS Wales President. Previously, he was a two term president at Swansea University Students' Union and served one year on the NUS UK National Executive.

His portfolio includes Higher Education, Union Development and being the lead political officer within NUS Wales.

Raechel Mattey, NUS Wales Deputy President:

"With challenging but exciting times ahead I could not be happier to start work for NUS Wales and Student Unions across the country."

Raechel had previously completed two terms as Societies and Services Officer at Swansea University Students' Union and one term on the NUSSL board.

Her portfolio includes Further Education, Welfare and Student Activates/Volunteering.

Stephanie Lloyd, NUS Wales Women's Officer:

 

"I could not be more excited to be starting as part of the NUSW team this year, we have a real opportunty to start build an activist base across Wales and fight the cuts that will be hitting women the hardest."

Stephanie has previously completed a term as Student President at Swansea Metropolitan University Students Union and a member of NUS Wales and UK Women's Campaign Committees.

Her portfolio is leading the Women's Campaign for NUS Wales. 

 

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