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The Election 2022: Meet your Winners

Find out more about who will be leading your Students' Union in the 2022/2023 Academic Year.

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The Election 2022

On Friday 4th March, following a week of voting, the following candidates were elected in a range of full-time, part-time and voluntary roles.

Full-Time Roles

President - Shankar Sreenath

Shankar is an Indian post-graduate student, living in Cambridge, and currently studying MSc International Business.

In his role as President of the Students' Union, Shankar's top three priorities will be:

1. To unite and solve the problems faced by us students.

2. To create a good network of professionals to help with career development.

3. To provide moral and emotional support and cater to the needs of every student.


Vice-President AHSS - Akshay Kumbalath

Akshay is an Indian post-graduate student, living in Chelmsford, and currently studying MSc Supply Chain Management.

In his role as Vice-President AHSS Akshay's top three priorities will be:

1. Enhancing Student Experience at University.

2. Leading the union direction on its value.

3. Employability and careers support.


Vice-President B&L - Nithin Raj

Nithin is an Indian post-graduate student, living in Chelmsford, and currently studying MSc Supply Chain Management.

In his role as Vice-President B&L, Nithin's top three priorities will be:

1. A democratic education

2. Resourcing activities

3. Proactive solidarity


Vice-President HEMS - Rohit Dhyani

Rohit is an Indian undergraduate student, living in Cambridge, and currently studying BEng Computer Science.

In his role as Vice-President HEMS, Rohit's top three priorities will be:

1. Online gaming tournaments

2. Finance-based help

3. Internship opportunities


Vice-President S&E - Rahman Abdul Salam

Rahman is an Indian post-graduate student, living in Cambridge, and currently studying MSc Computer Science.

In his role as Vice-President S&E, Rahman's top three priorities will be:

1. Conduct surveys to collect data and assess the current student life at ARU in depth.

2. Make initiatives to make the students aware of the support networks of ARU.

3. Conduct events and workshops focussed on social networking.


Part-Time Roles

 

Vice-President Healthcare Practice - Sharmeen Jawad

Sharmeen is a British undergraduate student, living in Chelmsford, and currently studying MBChB Primary Medical Qualification.

In her role as Vice-President Healthcare Practice, Sharmeen's top three priorities will be:

1. To represent YOU, the student body!

2. To hold others accountable and drive positive change.

3. To improve your university experience, both inside and outside the lecture theatre!

 


Voluntary Roles

Alongside the six full-time and part-time roles, you also elect a set of faculty and campaign reps who work voluntarily with the Students' Union to improve the lives of students. The following candidates were elected into these roles:

AHSS Faculty Rep (Cambridge) - Madji Carvalho

B&L Faculty Rep (Cambridge) - Srujith Raj Yatelly

B&L Faculty Rep (Chelmsford) - Ganesh Goginei Vijaya Naidu

Disabled Students' Rep (Chelmsford) - Emma Wong

HEMS Faculty Reps (Chelmsford) - Graydon Thorpe & Louise Still

International Rep (Cambridge) - Murthy Peddinti

Mental Health Rep (Cambridge) - Sophie Swallow

S&E Faculty Rep (Cambridge) - Natalia Senakh

S&E Faculty Rep (Chelmsford) - Jeffin Francis

Women's Rep (Cambridge) - Swetha Amoolya Malladi

 

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