Executive Committee

My Executive Committee

The Executive Committee is responsible for the Union's representative and campaigning work and the implementation of policy. The committee is chaired by the Union President who receives regular update reports on the work of the Executive Officers, Campaign Reps, Faculty Reps and the Postgraduate Research Reps who then reports the updates at Student Council.

The role of a member of the Executive Committee

Being elected and becoming a member of the Executive Committee is a great way to work with other students and staff to make positive change.
Key responsibilities include:
  • Engage with and represent students, attending and supporting all Anglia Ruskin Students’ Union democratic meetings and spending time getting the views and opinions of students
  • Lead a priority campaign to promote change to the benefit of students and support all other campaigns organised by Anglia Ruskin Students’ Union
  • Campaign on issues that affect students institutionally, locally and nationally
  • We are accountable to students. To see our accountability agreement click here.

To see the agenda, minutes, discussion points and the plans and reports of all our Represenatives from previous Executive Committee Meetings please click on the tabs above. See what change our Executive Committee are making for the benefit of you.

The membership of the Executive Committee:

 

 


Cambridge Campaign Reps

Communications Rep (Cambridge)

Disabled Students’ Rep (Cambridge)

Environmental & Community Rep (Cambridge)

International Rep (Cambridge)

LGBT+ Students’ Rep (Cambridge)

Mature Students' Rep (Cambridge)

Postgraduate Rep (Cambridge)

Societies Rep (Cambridge)

Sports Club Rep (Cambridge)

Trans* Students' Rep (Cambridge)

Welfare Campaigns Rep (Cambridge)

Women’s Rep (Cambridge)


Cambridge Faculty Reps

ALSS Faculty Rep (Cambridge)

FHSCE Faculty Rep (Cambridge)

FMS Faculty Rep (Cambridge)

FST Faculty Rep (Cambridge)

LAIBS Faculty Rep (Cambridge)


Chelmsford Campaign Reps

Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) Students’ Rep (Chelmsford)

Communications Rep (Chelmsford)

Disabled Students’ Rep (Chelmsford)

Environmental & Community Rep (Chelmsford)

International Rep (Chelmsford)

LGBT+ Students’ Rep (Chelmsford)

Postgraduate Rep (Chelmsford)

Societies Rep (Chelmsford)

Sports Club Rep (Chelmsford)

Women’s Rep (Chelmsford)


Chelmsford Faculty Reps

ALSS Faculty Rep (Chelmsford)

FMS Faculty Rep (Chelmsford)

FST Faculty Rep (Chelmsford)

LAIBS Faculty Rep (Chelmsford)

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