You’ve seen them around campus, spotted their campaigns and said hello to them. But who are your SU Officers?
They’re a friendly team of fifteen students who’ve been elected into seven full-time and seven part-time positions by students like you. Some have just finished their studies, while others are still working towards their degrees.
What roles do your Officers have? Take a look:
- SU President: James Pheasey
- Sports Officer: Millie Doherty
- Equal Opportunities and Welfare Officer: Myles Smith-Thompson
- Activities Officer: Georgina Pittman
- Education Officer: Cassie Ulrich
- Postgraduate Officer: Abdi Ahmed
- Community Officer: Jacob Collier
- International Students’ Officer: Denis Lelin
- Disabled Students’ Officer: Beth Titchiner
- Mature Students’ Officer: Rebecca Craven
- Black and Minority Ethnic Students’ Officer: Omolade Osinaike and Bridget Mohammed
- Women*’s Officer: Delphine Avraam
- Environment and Social Justice Officer: Lee Taylor
- LGBT+ Officer: Sam Hawkins
What do they do?
It’s your Officers’ job to listen to and represent you, tackle any issues you have, fight for your rights, and make sure the SU and University reflects your needs. In short, they’re here to make the changes you want to see.
Whether they’re planning campaigns, getting involved in activities and events or championing causes, they’re always happy to hear your thoughts and suggestions for ways to improve your SU and University experience.
So if you’d like to chat through your ideas, drop them an email or pop in to see them. You’ll find their office on C Floor of the Portland Building (opposite the Get Involved Zone).