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NUS Scotland Women's Conference took place on Saturday 26 April 2014.

 

NUS Scotland Women's Officer 2014-15

University of the West of Scotland student, Vonnie Sandlan, was elected as NUS Scotland Women's Officer 2014-15.

Women were also elected to positions on NUS Scotland Women's Committee and Steering Commmittee. Those successfully elected are:

 

Women’s Steering

Lisa-Marie Aitken

Zoe Croy

 

Women’s Committee

Abena Gyasi

Diane Erasmuson (FE)

Emily Beever

Naomi Beecroft

 

 

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