Women Students' Officer - Full Time Officer Position
The Chief Returning Officer is pleased to announce the following candidates standing for the position of NUS Women Students' Officer. The election will take place at Women Students' Conference 2019
The deadline to challenge nominations is 12noon on May 17th. Challenges should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Vote Rachel #1 NUS Women's Officer!
Hi, I’m Rachel and I’m running to be your NUS UK Women’s Officer! As the NUS-USI Women’s Officer, I launched the Trust Us campaign for the decriminalisation of abortion, co-created the Home to V8te solidarity campaign and submitted responses to consultations on serious sexual offences and the impact of draconian NI abortion laws respectively. As a Law student at Queen’s University Belfast, I have organised feminist demonstrations and co-written motions on the decriminalisation of sex work and abortion which form current policy at QUBSU. It would be an honour to continue organising in NUS as your National Women’s Officer!
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Abeni Adeyemi, Students’ Union UCL
Anna Welsh, Manchester Metropolitan University Students’ Union
Claire Sosienski Smith, Cambridge University Students’ Union
Hamsavani Rajeswaren, Queen’s University Belfast Students’ Union
Heather Abdule, Students’ Union KCL
Juliana Mohamad Noor, City of Liverpool College Students’ Union
Larissa Kennedy, Warwick Students’ Union
Lola Olufemi, SOAS Students' Union
Lucy Clarke, University of Huddersfield Students’ Union
Nabeela Mowlana, Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union
Natalia Mole, University of Sheffield Students’ Union
Rachel O’Brien, NUS
The option to reopen nominations is a choice available on each election
Committee Positions (Volunteer)
The following positions will also be elected at Conference. Nominations will open and close at the Conference.
Women Students' NEC 2nd Place x1
Women Students' Steering Committee x3
-Open Place x1
-Black Woman's Place x1
-Reserved Place for a woman who defines into one or more of these groups: LGBT+, Disabled, Black, or has Caring Responsibilities.