Womens Officer 2018-2019
Standing Orders for the conference can be viewed here.
Please see the candidates for the role of Womens Officer 2018-2019.
If you would like to challenge the validity of a candidate, please inform us of your concerns and email the Returning Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org by midday on 23 March.
Sarah Lasoye, St George's University of London
Hi, I'm Sarah and I’m running to be your NUS Women’s Officer! As a biomed student at St. George’s, I founded the Intersectional Feminist Society, launched the university’s first research into sexual harassment and subsequently co-founded the “Draw the Line” anti-harassment campaign. As deputy for the Women’s Campaign, I produced "Self and Collective Care" workshops for black women (now touring students’ unions across the UK) and resources on supporting migrant women in detention.
I believe our movement needs to be radical, transformative and uncompromising in its demands and I hope to extend this vision to the NUS Women’s Campaign.
Women Students Committee Election 2018
Nominations for the NEC Place, Committee Places and Steeering Committee will open and close at conference.